WSBK » Spies doubles up, Haga comes down hard

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The Morgue

June 28, 2009 4:21 PM
Last Edited 2501 days ago

Elbowz! :p :)

Man, what a fantastic weekend for Yamaha,

Spies double
Sykes 5th
Camier and Ellison up there

Crutchlow winning WSS (with a broken foot!)

Rossi 100th win
Lorenzo second
Edwards and Toseland up there as well.

Picture perfect like Ben said :)

squiggle - Unregistered

June 28, 2009 4:26 PM

Brilliant from Spies. What a shame about Nori, Shinya and Max, both for them and the race. A good battle for 2nd to 5th, though.

Impressive from Leon Camier and also from Matthieu Lagrive, who took his bike's best dry result.

Dean - Unregistered

June 28, 2009 4:27 PM

Uh-Oh Looks like Haga is getting a case of CHOKES Fever. Spies smells blood no doubt and will begin to twist the knife he got in haga . Spies is riding pressure free besides who really expects a rookie to win in his rookie year while Haga has always been the Bridesmaid in regards to winning it all over the past several seasons. The Choke is on everyone sees that cograts to the future Superbike Champ Spies, down a load of points and chipped away until Nori entered Stonerville and crashed out when the screws tightened.


June 28, 2009 4:29 PM

It's only a matter time, likely next Race, that Spies will be the pts leader.
Haga had to keep the bike on the track and not gift Spies pts. It's a shame. Spies made-up 34 pts this 1 weekend.
Well done Spies & Yamaha Team.

roadking03 - Unregistered

June 28, 2009 4:33 PM

Congratulations on another outstanding race by Ben,I was also impressed with the way the Brits finished in the top ten,way to race men!!!Looks like the Airwaves team pulled it together,and also Simon Andrews all in the top 10.I also hope Nori Haga is ok,he is a class act rider,and will continue to compete for the win until the end of the season. It should be interesting the rest of the year RACE ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
JT from Iraq and Texas :)


June 28, 2009 4:46 PM

@ Por Fuera! - Hopkins didn't start the 2nd race because he was still in pain from the first. Agony for the last 8 laps and unable to shift around on the bike. He wanted to do Britain because it's like a 2nd home race but with a month till Brno he'll be good to go there.

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