WSBK » Fabrizio takes charge as BMW go 1-2-3


Michel Fabrizio heads up Marco Melandri and Leon Haslam in Q1 at Monza, while Ayrton Badovini is less than a tenth from making it a BMW 1-2-3-4.

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somethingwronga - Unregistered

May 04, 2012 4:02 PM

Following all the session I noticed that Marco had almost 6 or 7 laps doing 1.42 so I tend to think he will be one of the fastest riders around this track, nevertheless yet I have to say that Fabrizio surprised me definately.

Torque - Unregistered

May 04, 2012 6:23 PM

This is great Job by BMW.. This engines are extremely Powerfull, ok Monza have one big big straigh but 334.8 kmph is impressive, i would like to wach Colin Edwards making some laps with the CRT bike just to compared times

TD - Unregistered

May 04, 2012 9:32 PM

Funny thing that in 2009 fabrizio won a race in Monza on Ducati and Smrz had one of the best top speeds (over 320 km/h). Looks like those Ducatis are slowing down while the others are speeding up.

Pizdoff - Unregistered

May 04, 2012 10:16 PM

Maybe the sanest way to level it up would be to vary the extra weight the Ducatis have to carry at each track?

Yeah I know the argument 'they've got 360,000 more ccs than any other motorcycle ever conceived of and enough torque to pull a minor planet out of orbit'.
But look at the evidence.
Unless it rains will they be 'Racing' against the BMs & RSV4s?
Really?

(I can neither confirm nor deny whether there may be a Ducati in my MCN FRR team).

jaybond - Unregistered

May 05, 2012 2:01 AM

Strangely, the top speed of the Aprilias at Monza seems going backwards this year compared to last year. Theoretically, if there is a continued engine development by Works Team, the top speed of the Aprilias could even topple that of BMWs, something like 336-337 km/h.

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