WSBK » Utah - Race results (2)

Full race results (2) from the seventh round of the 2010 World Superbike Championship at Miller Motorsports Park, USA.

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jump - Unregistered

May 31, 2010 11:30 PM

wow! I just saw a moment with screen all-filled by green Kwakas with falling Hayden somewhere between them....on the Kwaka. Immediately I knew this was the very end of bikes queue. 2011 a last chance for kwaka zx10 if they will fall Poul Bird will dump them I guess.

916 - Unregistered

May 31, 2010 11:35 PM

Hail the implementation of W.S.B. Rules, the Aprilias OBVIOUSLY have a speed advantage, I do not wish to watch Pro-Am type racing, do the luddites who complained about the 3kg "advantage" wish us all to be riding XS1100'S on TT100's? do they think yamaha would have deviated from a flat plane crank if not to mimic how the twins come out of corners? different bikes change and push the boudaries, wake up! stop trying to hold back progression.

1050cc - Unregistered

June 01, 2010 12:05 AM

Does anyone know why Carlos' bike broke down in EXACTLY the same way in both races? They said the Fly By Wire cable broke in race 1 (smokescreen?), but the chance of it happening 2 races in a row??? WTF!

80z1r - Unregistered

June 01, 2010 12:22 AM

3kg advantage? Not! It was a tech rule weight adjustment change,and it doesnot matter if it was 3kg,5kg,or 20kg up or down. The coldblooded fact is Ducati seeks to aid their position in wsbk through the complaint route when they arenot winning,their is plenty of facts to back this up.they realized that AMA racing doesnot play this game no matter who is at the helm ofthat series.When is the last time you have heard of another manufacturer crying the blues and wsbk accomodating the way they have done for ducati in recent years?

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