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Full Monday PM results for the World Superbike Championship test at Phillip Island, Australia

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Mossop - Unregistered

February 21, 2011 7:25 AM

I know it's early doors, but it would be quite ironic if a privateer Ducati goes on to win the WSB championship this year while Rossi struggles in MotoGP.

bim - Unregistered

February 21, 2011 7:32 AM

I see the results from testing and about Kawasaki they seems to built decent bike at least! but their weak point is riders distribution, they're missing the point, hire best riders for lot of money when they have weak stuff ang financial side is unknown but when everything is sorted out and unfortunately the main leader is injuried for long time they seems to frozen the decisions about sideline him for a while while hiring somebody with Melandri level.

Nick636

February 21, 2011 8:04 AM

@ Bim

Weak poin riders??? Seriously? Sykes had a superpole win last season, super performances getting the Kwak higher than anyone in recent years.
As for Melandri, he was out qualified in both sessions by a Kwak.

Not getting your point.
As for CV, can't race an injured rider mate.

Paulo - Unregistered

February 21, 2011 10:17 AM

I think Toseland is showing what he's got....not much any more. I think he's quoted as saying "I don't have natural talent,but I make up for that with hard work" or something. Sorry mate - that don't cut it. No talent, no wins. Yuo may have two WSBK titles, but when the going gets reall tough, you fail. Best ride of your life was that first title win showdown in France - it was downhill from there. How you beat Bayliss to a title I don't know - and you get respect for that, but wheel to wheel he had you still.

oops - Unregistered

February 21, 2011 10:58 AM

Its been said before but " Testing!!!"
Fastest time in these sessions is for the ego only.

I am interested in seeing the consistency of them, but not much more.

We will see what is really going on next weekend. Can't wait. :-)

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