WSBK » Checa avenges '10 trouble with '11 double

Carlos Checa extends his lead to a mammoth 61 points after just ten races as he claims two comfortable victories at Miller Motorsports Park.

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super - Unregistered

May 31, 2011 12:06 AM

We need some better rules in this championship to close the gap and tighten competition!! Its a great class slowly becoming boring like this weekend race :(

Krusty The klown - Unregistered

May 31, 2011 2:25 AM

Those of you who watched Le Mans saw how slow the Duc is compared to its competitors, yet there will still be posts calling for Ducati to carry more weight or reduce displacement. The difference is in the handling of the machine(with the right rider), not the horsepower. The other manufactures should work at improving their engine tractability and frame design to catch up to the OLD twin and OLD steel frame!

shamarone - Unregistered

May 31, 2011 3:45 AM

long stroke, desmodromics, and massive porting all add up to best preserved V/E at altitude. ducati wins. the short stroke screamer beemer in constant wheelspin, engaging reverse gear, settin' fire to it's tires sits at the opposite end of this spectrum. the "reichministers" won't win anything until they accept the (unwanted) technical advice tardozzi gave them regarding that engine.

Roar - Unregistered

May 31, 2011 7:56 AM

love miller but races always seem to be runaway victories :(

race 2 was boring but plenty of action in race 1. with stoners only serious rival nursing a broken collarbone, cant say im excited by this weeks motogp

super - Unregistered

May 31, 2011 8:27 AM

@ Krusty the Clown

LOL is that why ducati is producing a NEW BIKE for 2012?
Is it cause the OLD one is not good enough? Yes! If they are so 'advance' then why the hell don't they use their 999R? Oh wait cause all this 'tractable' 'torque' BS that ducati sell actually gets to you guys and you believe it!

Its like a harley, ****ty ANCIENT V-TWIN from the 60s and they don't want to change their design.

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