WSBK » WSS: Laverty denies Rea for crucial win

Rea's second place helps Laverty reduce Sofuoglu margin overall to just nine points with two races remaining.

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Sweeble - Unregistered

September 05, 2010 1:53 PM

Did Laverty have sufficient skill to back Rea up into Kenan or was he simply too fast for Gino? Who cares, it was a great race and I really enjoyed the building tension.


September 05, 2010 1:55 PM
Last Edited 2068 days ago

I am no expert in body language but I think Kenan is pushing sh1t up hill with a very blunt stick.After listening to his comments at the post race interview, he does not sound like a man too happy with all things racing. All power to Norge, and a top ride by Gino too.

Who can handle the pressure the best? cousin Norge.

Go the fighting Irish. Your's to loose Kenan (mr happy)

Ricky - Unregistered

September 05, 2010 3:52 PM

As a Northern Irish lad its great te see Norge perform like that, no mistakes, damn near perfect, but he s so borin and PR friendly its gettin annoyin, he said, "in the race the bike wasnt good, i was really strugglin" then finished off by sayin "the bike was fantastic I cant fault it"

Who tells Norge what to say!

Sick Cylinder - Unregistered

September 05, 2010 4:59 PM

Ricky - he explained about his setup problems after Kenan gave a long and whiny explanation of his own setup problems. He meant the bike was fantastic given the setup.

All three riders had setup and grip problems. Sadly Rea has lost his result due to a technical infringement - the most common reason with WSS historically has been the bike not firing up on the starter after the race - I wonder what the reason was in this case.

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