WSBK » WSS: Third consecutive win for Laverty


Laverty wins his fourth World Supersport race of the season to sit just a single point behind Kenan Sofuoglu in the overall standings

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mrreferee

May 16, 2010 1:41 PM

And many more to come before the season is over. Bike looked like it was on a set of rails, and due credit to the whole team package for giving Eugene a superior bike to race with.

Also nice to see Chaz get a podium. Well done.


Locks46+91+38&2

May 16, 2010 4:18 PM
Last Edited 1438 days ago

Great race by Eugene he is head and shoulders ahead of this field .Not sure what this says about Sofuoglu but he obviously doesn't have an answer at the moment.Class shown by Chaz as well .On a Triumph can't believe it.That team has performed amazingly well.

ponyboy - Unregistered

May 16, 2010 8:52 PM

laverty is on a row..he found a very good rhtym and riding superior at the moment but at the end championship standing counts.. sofu leading laverty close second..

Shrieker

May 16, 2010 9:02 PM

Laverty did good today. Well done & fair play to him. 4 secs in 23 laps is not that big of a gap. I expected Laverty to win judging from last season. Monza, Assen, Kyalami were all tracks which both Crutchlow and him were superior to others.

There are also tracks where Kenan was superior to Laverty last season. Imola and Nurburgring to name a few. His time will come surely. And despite Laverty's four wins, look who's leading the standings...

The only guy to keep his bike upright and shove it into top three in all of the six races thus far. That deserves big props in my books.

BULENT - Unregistered

May 16, 2010 10:38 PM

Kenan Sofuoglu says after race...

It certainly wasn't an easy race and, in the beginning, it wasn't a problem to stay with Eugene. As the race progressed, I tried to push to close the gap but ended up nearly losing the front a few times, so I said to myself, “OK, let's take the podium and the points.” I think we'll be stronger with the CBR in the last part of the season. I'll still try to take maximum points from every race, but I have to say big congratulations to Eugene, because today he really did a very good job.

Mr D Bacle - Unregistered

May 17, 2010 11:21 AM

Again more classic Laverty at Kyalami. Bursts through and leads the race from the front, riding by the numbers.... very professional. For sure, Kenan and Joan will strike back at some point...

Pleased for Chaz D also with his podium and great riding style!

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