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Jonathan Rea and Honda leads as six different manufacturers fill the top six positions

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Jake - Unregistered

January 23, 2010 3:41 PM

So the Brit domination continues ... Rea, Haslam, Cal, even Sykes.
Oh but where is the great Toseland, who arrogantly declared himself the 'senior' Brit in the championship a few weeks back?
Just where he was in MotoGP. Nowhere.

tardozzi - Unregistered

January 23, 2010 3:54 PM

Rea as a rookie last year,had to learn to set up the honda,(twice) with different suspension suppliers etc ,not helped much with the poor input of his senior team mates, this year will be different ??? just watch him get better and better,and fight the ducatis,for the wins

Jonas - Unregistered

January 23, 2010 3:54 PM

Always good fun to follow the WSBK! But the times and results we see arent really telling us much, we can't conclude that the Brits will rule 2010!
It's testing, not racing.
That said, I think BMW is ready to race this year! Watch out, it might be an aussie taking a few podiums this year!?
/Have a good 2010 season y'all

pp916 - Unregistered

January 23, 2010 3:59 PM

The times today are all over the place if you look at them properly so they show little of any value....and did they cut this afternoons session short? It seems to have finished much earlier than yesterday.

Hopefully tomorrow will be dry and they can all get some valuable time on the bikes.....remember this is testing, not qualifying.....

britboy - Unregistered

January 23, 2010 4:14 PM

The times for this afternoon show very little...

The amount that they are down on yesterday screams "damp track" at me, so I imagine those at the top are there due to a combination of speed and risk taking.

Byrneard_67 - Unregistered

January 23, 2010 4:20 PM

Its gonna be p155ing down in Portimao again tomorrow so don't expect anything much different than tomorrow. The sensible guys aren't pushing it in the wet i.e. Haga, Byrne, Biaggi - they sat he 1st session out. Byrne knows he can ride a Ducati in the wet fast anyway so why push your luck. It's those new to the series (or returning to it) and on new machinery that are out there risking it... and that loon Rea of course...

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