WSBK » WSS: Pirro wins as title contenders clash

Kenan Sofuoglu and Eugene Laverty crash on the final corner of the final lap to gift victory to a stunned Michele Pirro.

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September 26, 2010 1:31 PM
Last Edited 1962 days ago

Kenan will won the title at France next week. Laverty must be sorry about his silly last corner attack.

Dragon explained that well in 2nd comment. :)

DRAGON - Unregistered

September 26, 2010 1:32 PM

Who is best? Of course Kenan was the best at Imola today.

The race was like a cat and mouse tag.

Laverty was a dirty racer by trying such a stupid move?

Of course he is not but if Kenan had failed to finish and if he won, it could be one of the disaster race for him and also race world!...


Only one remaining, you are the real racer and brave heart. Good luck...


You can' t finish all the races by winning sometimes you should stay calm and wait for the right time which is not today!...

Probably you will lose the championship again but don' t worry because your rival is Kenan who deserves it.


September 26, 2010 1:35 PM
Last Edited 1962 days ago

So you call Kenan rash, dangerous etc. etc. etc. I think I don't need to remind that Laverty has sortta become a villain in Turkey. He was just way outta line with that ...... (fill yourself) move.

That should be investigated. You can't just take out your c. ship. rival so obviously and get away with it. And don't even try mentioning that Kenan actually opened the gap a little. Anybody could've gotten hurt in that crash easily.

I don't blame Laverty for trying but you just saw the class difference between the 2 riders. They're close, but when it's really on the line Laverty screwed up. Remember Miller '09 ? Kenan didn't take out Laverty but now Laverty took him out.

wjam - Unregistered

September 26, 2010 1:44 PM

So it's OK for Sofuoglu to make those challenges in other races but not Ok for the only guy that can beat him to do that??

You're not biased or anything are you? Answer: yes you are.

Laverty was bound to try... He had little to loose... the error was having the wheel on the kerb rather than on the tarmac.If he'd have had another 15cm he might well have stayed up and forced the pass. albeit a block pass. As it was he JUST missjudged.

It was almost certain to happen either way round, and has happened many times before at Imola.. that's racing.


September 26, 2010 1:44 PM

Now that is what you call proper racing..fantastic stuff.

To all you pu$$ies slagging Eugene..take your panties from out the crack of your ar$3 and stop whining..
He had to go for it..last corner, one race to go and behind on points, what do you expect him to do?
If Kenan had been in the same position, he would have done the same..probably worse!

It ain't ballroom dancing suckers..


September 26, 2010 1:47 PM
Last Edited 1962 days ago

Oh, so it's okay if it's not deliberate. Take out Lascorz in Silverstone "oh but he didn't see him", take out Sofuoglu in Imola "but he had to try". Sure he did have to try, but you GOT TO know your limits.

And by the way, someone's blaming someone for being biased.

You brits would've been ranting LIKE HELL if it was the other way round.


September 26, 2010 1:52 PM
Last Edited 1962 days ago


Just because it wasn't deliberate doesn't mean it was a clean move. Get your head out of the sand.

@Richard Mushet,

You very well know Laverty screwed up BIG TIME. I really would've loved to read what you had to write in case the roles were reversed.


September 26, 2010 2:01 PM

Kenan had it won, Laverty was beaten and said "If I'm not gonna win, you're not gonna win either" and did the move.

End of story, no objections. So don't babble about sportsmanship ever again.

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