WSBK » Checa stays fastest at Phillip Island


Carlos Checa continues to set the benchmark for others to follow as he dominates the opening day of official testing at Phillip Island.

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rca - Unregistered

February 20, 2012 8:26 AM

bearing in mind this is one of carlos best tracks i think the 6kilos has gone too far.it looks like he has lost a few tenths compared to last season.if this stays the same at the majority of circuits he could be ten seconds down over race distance and wont feature at all at some eg monza.why not 3 kilo to start? ifully expect the disagree button to hit record highs but thats my honest opinion!

GPFan - Unregistered

February 20, 2012 9:38 AM

glad to see Ducati has a honest 1000cc twin engine.
can't remember the time Ducati took a world title.
it was always Kawasaki up front.
just can't stand cheating.!!!

shamarone

February 21, 2012 2:23 AM

re: "this is one of carlos best tracks i think the 6kilos has gone too far.it looks like he has lost a few tenths compared to last season."

i'm going to allow it. i may be a ducatisti, but i'm also a purist, and even i think he won a little too handily last season. let's see how he gets on.

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