Macau GP: Race results.

1. Stuart Easton GBR Doosan Honda 15 laps
2. Michael Rutter GBR Discover Ireland NW200 Ducati +2.722secs
3. John McGuinness GBR Ventaxia VK Honda 31.711secs
4. Luis Carreira POR Benimoto Suzuki Yoshimura +39.962secs
5. Michael Barnes USA Ventaxia VK Honda 39.982secs
6. Stephen Thompson GBR Sloan Developments +45.910secs
7. Ian Hutchinson GBR Aviva Kawasaki +49.067secs
8. Jeremy Toye USA Corona Extra Honda Racing +1min 16.206secs
9. Marc Fissettee BEL Ixo-Churrascao Racing +1min 29.503secs
10. Rui Reigoto POR Vodafone Kawasaki KMS +1min 34.367secs
11. Keith Amor GBR AIM Racing +1min 39.608secs SSP
12. Steve Mercer GBR DMR Racing +2mins 04.529secs
13. Gerald Muteau FRA Halfen Team of Paris +2mins 04.846secs SSP
14. Fabrice Miguet FRA Halfen Team of Paris +2mins 21.831secs
15. Amaury Baratin FRA Halfen Team of Paris +1 lap
16. Scott Jensen USA Moto Garage Racing +1 lap
17. Joao Fernandes MAC Macau Racing Team +1 lap SSP
18. Cheung Wai On HKG Cheung Wai On +1 lap SSP
19. Sou Sio Hong MAC Sou Sio Hong +1 lap
20. Leong Iok Choi MAC Leong Iok Choi +2 laps

Did Not Finish

21. Gary Johnson GBR BTS Racing 11 laps completed
22. Michael Weynard BEL IGT-Bike Promotion Racing 10 laps completed
23. Mark Miller USA Corona Extra Honda Racing 8 laps completed
24. Conor Cummins IOM Team of Paris AIM Racing 7 laps completed
25. Steve Allan GBR Aviva Kawasaki 6 laps completed
26. Cameron Donald AUS Relentless Suzuki by TAS 4 laps completed
27. Pierre Chapuis FRA Halfen Team of Paris 4 laps completed
28. Jose Leite POR Suzuki Caepsa BPN 2 laps completed
29. Ric Penzkofer GER IGT-Yamaha Austria Racing Team 1 lap completed SSP
30. Bruce Anstey NZL Relentless Suzuki by TAS 0 laps completed
31. Dan Linfoot GBR Rob Mac Racing 0 laps completed SSP
32. Thomas Hinterreiter AUT Yart 0 laps completed

SSP denotes Supersport class

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Stuart Easton wins the 2008 Macau Grand Prix
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lucy lastic - Unregistered

November 15, 2008 9:48 AM

Ah ok, I don't disagree with that at all, my comment was not that it should have been on a Kawasaki, more about it would be great if the team had some success. With the bikes they have, and the extremely small funds compared to most, I think they really do the best with poor resources they have - and they have fun doing it which is nice to see.

Richard Mushet

November 15, 2008 9:38 AM

I disagreed because if he'd have been riding the MSS bike it would be a fair way back. The ZX-10s leave a lot to desire when it comes to racing. I think anyone who wants to win some races should stay away from the green bikes until Kwak produce something worth riding.

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