WSBK » Portimao test - Overall results


Jonathan Rea completes his dominance of the Portimao test by setting the fastest lap in the sixth and final session.

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Mark - Unregistered

January 24, 2010 5:39 PM

There, back to normal. All the sh**box Kwakers at the back and Sykes in 15th. See? Why can't Kawi make a decent superbike anyway? Its been a loooooong time since they've challenged. This will drive Chris. V to retirement.

Is it the bike? - Unregistered

January 24, 2010 6:26 PM

Mark, since Sykes was 15th for most of last year on the championship winning Yamaha, we could assume that the Kawasaki isnt as bad as people think, and that with Spies onboard in 2009 they could have won the championship.

GazL

January 24, 2010 6:39 PM
Last Edited 1696 days ago

About what I expected.

I hope BMW and Kawasaki have found a direction in this test so they make a big improvement ready for the next test, because Vermeulen and Corser are both capable of running at the front. Tbh I'm slightly dissapointed with both camps, BMW dont look to have made any improvements over the winter and Kawasaki need to pull their finger out because, testing or not, you cant get away from the fact that they are 2 secs off the pace. Every rider present at the test would have tried at least one "quick one" in the 3 days imo.

Tell you what thats a blistering time from Rea aswell!

King o'Jack - Unregistered

January 24, 2010 6:58 PM

It's soooooo great to have another Hayden on the world scene. Now we have two losers to make fun of!

Mike Villasenor - The UNDISPUTED KING of Ortega Highway!!
Posted by Mike Villasenor

Three including you.

trr - Unregistered

January 24, 2010 7:07 PM

Yeah, it is nice to see the guys back. However it's not wise to see too much into these tests...I can not forget as I almost gave the title to Byrne last year this time based on the test results and we know, what happened then.
Rea is quick for sure and I am really happy for Haslam on the gixer, but I am sure that most of the serious contenders (Haga, Biaggi, Fab) did not show their real pace. Not sure about Toseland though, I bet he tried to get in front of Crutchlow at least.
Come on Kawasaki, get your **** together!! :)

Lozba Paul

January 24, 2010 8:04 PM
Last Edited 1696 days ago

Rea is absolutely flying!!! if he can have consistency too, he might just snap the title of Haga (no1 contender IMO). Welcome back to the top of the game, Ten Kate Honda! The new Fireblade is too awesome not to own a world title. :D

Way to go Haslam & Byrne too!

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