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Full results from the first World Superbike practice session of the day at Portimao

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Kev - Unregistered

January 23, 2010 11:34 AM

Well i take it its raining, Vermeulan standard in the wet!

Looking foward to Kawasaki this year, I think Lascorz has strong chance for title with no yamahas in wss too.

Jiri Simek

January 23, 2010 12:22 PM

That aint mean really a lot! Friday test was more for real :) Anyway, we all have much to look forward to, because the season commin up is going to be even more tense than the last year. The guys up front will be much more even this time. I cannot wait for the season to start. GOSH! :p

Jack - Unregistered

January 23, 2010 1:15 PM

@dean o, Rea and Haslam are riding top bikes, the Kawasaki is an oxidized piece of iron compared to them, probably 1-2 seconds slower or even more in the dry. I'm no fan of Vermeulen but he always delivers in wet conditions.

Alex Nisbett

January 23, 2010 1:47 PM

I have previously posted on here as Locks46&91 but using my registered name.Chris Vermulen someone needs to change the script.How many wet races are we going to get in a season.Prople say its the first time he has ridden the track well i don,t remember Spies having a problem granted he was on a Yamaha but he was still ahead of the other fast guys.Toesland is in a very bad position right now and seriously needs to get fast or its back home to BSB.I think its between Haslem,Rea and Crutchlow this year and i take Haslem to come out on top.I also think if he had been on a works Suzuki last year the outcome could of been very differant aot saying he would of won but would of taken more points.

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