WSBK » Nurburgring - Qualifying times (1)

Full qualifying times (1) for the 11th round of the 2010 World Superbike Championship from the Nurburgring, Germany.

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jake - Unregistered

September 03, 2010 5:03 PM

then they should just come out and say they are putting all their resources behind rossi. instead of the bs about the rules not being fair. funny how when they talk about being the only team having to run restricters they never mention that they are the only team to be allowed 1200cc's. Plain and simple the factory for whatever reason got it wrong and it happens. but unlike other teams/manufactuers Ducati doesn't seem to want to work through it but rather have the rules changed to suite their mistakes

I own a Ducati but they are embarassing with all their crying

twaddle - Unregistered

September 03, 2010 11:16 PM

To all u to$$ers who are slagging off james Toselands performance u might wanna remember he hasn't been to this track in years and so it is virtually a new track to him and so he has to spend time relearning it. He will go faster tomorrow tomorrow you will see and anyway y should he give a toss when the team is only bothered about cal? This team does not deserve a double world champ like JT!!! He should sack their sorry ar$es and go somewhere where he will be valued and have equal equipment. I just hope he goes to Ten Kate next year and then u will see him back to his best and beating Rea.

wake up to 2010 you muppets - Unregistered

September 04, 2010 2:14 AM


"JT is going to beat Edwards - you'll see!"


"JT is going to beat Edwards - you'll see!"


"JT is going to beat Cal - you'll see!"


"JT is going to beat Rea - you'll see!"

Fool you once shame on JT. Fool you twice shame on you. Fool you 3 times going on 4 and you're just a f'king blinkered idiot JT fanboy muppet.


September 04, 2010 8:45 AM

@twaddle are you serious!!! So when Ben Spies was there last year he had never seen the track about him? And for him going to another team c'mon dont be silly JT is doing good not great but ok.. He needs to regain his confidence to ride again but if he leave to another manufacture who really cares, If Haga leaves Ducati and goes back to Yamaha great or even if he takes the Kawasaki offer.. its ok .. to.. What Im saying it doesnt matter where he or any one goes we just want to see the best go at it! So shut up and watch and listen!

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