WSBK » Haga ahead of Spies but Smrz fastest of all

A close sessions sees just three tenths covering Jakub Smrz in first down to Jonathan Rea in ninth.

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Amol R - Unregistered

October 23, 2009 2:37 PM

i am glad to see biaggi and rea struggle.
i know it is early days and each of them could make the jump to the sharp end of the grid. but i prefer a clean and proper fight between 'the ben' and nori-san.
both biaggi and rea are over-ambitious and overeager. note rea almost t-boning haga at imola and doing the same to biaggi at magny. biaggi is no saint himself... remember his silly outbraking maneouvres at brno while challenging for the lead! both these riders need to learn to respect that there are much more impt things out there. things that their impetuousness may ruin!

i also wish good luck to jakub.. he deserves a podium.

tunnel vision - Unregistered

October 23, 2009 4:02 PM

"note rea almost t-boning haga at imola"

Yea, I wonder if Haga ever did sort it out with Fabrizio for causing that incident.

You do know that don't you, or are you another one of these clueless idiots who watches a 2in circle in the middle of the screen but acts like they see everything.

Mac - Unregistered

October 23, 2009 4:14 PM

Smrz can usually put in some fast laps in practice and qualifying, but always seems to have issues in the race. I'd really love to see him battle for the podium this race and maybe throw a curve ball into the championship in these last two races.

As for Haga and Spies, chances are both were working on set up with worn tyres, vice looking for the ultimate fastest lap on sticky tyres. They'll deal with that in Q. This is shaping up to be one great weekend of racing, but I think Haga is gonna take it. Spies will still go down as the greatest rookie to ever hit the series.

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