WSBK » Melandri resists Rea as Checa chucks it


Marco Melandri notches up his and BMW's second World Superbike win of the season after passing Jonathan Rea on the final lap; Race one winner Checa crashes from the lead.

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Nick636

May 29, 2012 5:34 AM

@ Get Real

Yes, it's slightly slower, but at Monza the Honda still did 333,7km/h down the back straight.
And I'm afraid, if they put more power in it it would ruin the bike COMPLETELY! They already consistently struggle with chatter all over that thing. They need to build a NEW BIKE, not keep redressing the old dinosaur... They seem to be suffering from Suzukilitis!

GREAT run from Chaz. Anyone calling Biaggi a joke needs to wake up and get real. Disappointing from Sykes, but to be expected. Kawasaki NEVER fares well there. BRING ON MISANO!!!!

Keep plugging Tom!

Sick Cylinder - Unregistered

May 29, 2012 10:39 AM

@Shamarone and others - It has already been reported that the organisers are considering switching a couple of rounds (one being Imola) to an endurance style format with one long race with pitstops.

darren - Unregistered

May 29, 2012 11:51 AM

i have to laugh at the rubbish, put on about max here. what a legend and also, were is all the laverty supporters, hiding ur heads in shame. title challenger, he would beat his teamate, what a laugh. he is now the worst aprillia on the grid. chaz should of got the 2nd works aprilia, laverty a pudding

George - Unregistered

May 29, 2012 7:27 PM

It's an insult to Laverty to say he did well when he got comfortably beaten by max yet again and even Chaz davies.


Sad thing is I reckon he's at his limit.

Ashley - Unregistered

August 01, 2012 4:44 PM

There is a card at any number in Henry Hatton and Adrian Platt's book Magicians Tricks: How They are Done that is far sipemlr than Eureka, and that book was published in 1910! The end of the trick is also much more striking. There's also another method for a similar trick in Arthur Buckley's Card Control that is absolutely brilliant and requires much, much less counting. The point is, books are better, classic magic books are best.

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