WSBK » Donington Park – Superpole qualifying times


Full Superpole qualifying times for the second round of the 2011 World Superbike Championship at Donington Park, United Kingdom.

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brendan - Unregistered

March 26, 2011 4:04 PM

shame haga lost a bit of time at harpin. but where exactly max was meant to go im not sure(something that idiot of a commentator wouldnt understand). camier and haslam backing off left him with no where to go. was just one of them things, tho id understand why haga would be annoyed.

thought melandri was acting a bit silly. biaggi got out of the way and raised his hand. and he then went and & acted childish for rest of lap rather than gather him self together and put in another lap. his head is not where it needs to bel

Tho i thought it was silly aprillia riding around together. they all lost time in the end.

thebigwoooo - Unregistered

March 26, 2011 4:11 PM

Even with Biaggi blocking him, Haga still qualified ahead of both factory aprillia bikes. And don't say he's on a factory spec bike as well, the top speeds at Philip Island show that isn't the case
4 brits in top 8 should make for some good racing tomorrow.

brendan - Unregistered

March 26, 2011 4:13 PM

blocking is rather OTT to say the least. infact i dont think it held him up much at all.

But was great performance by haga and good to see him back on form

tho with only 8bikes on the track at that time they were all pretty dumb to be that close together. and if they were doing it to get a toe then getting held up is the nature of the beast

brendan - Unregistered

March 26, 2011 4:16 PM

@Biaggish*tface

no just seeing things for what they are. not some bizzare hate campaign started by a know nothing commentator. who has little knowledge of the sport and road bike racing.

his bias is annoying and ruins good races.

Liam - Unregistered

March 26, 2011 4:17 PM

Biaggi should be put back a row at least. He ruined Melandri and Haga's lap, Melandri was knocked out of Q2 thanks to Biaggi in my view and Haga i think would have been on the front row.

Spengler - Unregistered

March 26, 2011 4:25 PM

The incident in SP3 was just one of those things, Haslam sat up, who then got in Camier's way who then got in Max's way. It was just unlucky, I thought, that Haga caught him just as he commited to the melbourne loop. Incidently, Jack Barnicle simply fails too see past any British rider that's on track most of the time too, he might possibly still be sore after Max took the title instead of an englishman. Just my thoughts...

Dirty Biaggi - Unregistered

March 26, 2011 4:28 PM
Last Edited 1255 days ago

after all my posts were deleted I'm back with a different name...
"i hope crash likes this one." :)
i watch SBK in Italy on the Italian Cancel and you have no idea what they where saying about his "Dirt Riding" and his Dirty Hands"
after praising him all last year the are sicked by his "Race Tactic's"
i really hoped that with his new life a a family man he changed his ways BUT!!!!
He is the exact *********

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