WSBK » Aragon - Free practice times (1)


Full free practice times (1) for the eighth round of the 2012 eni World Superbike Championship at Motorland Aragon, Spain.

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LGC - Unregistered

June 29, 2012 11:43 AM

Biaggi is down to business now. Fastest in first practice you don't see that to often. Hope for Rea that the honda goes better here in next sessions. Aprilia and Bmw looking good here

Nick636

June 29, 2012 12:10 PM

Let's not forget that in private testing in March, Tom did a 1,57,2 around this circuit... And just last week I think he did a 1,58,1 or something near that...

There is still much to come from the green meanie this weekend I think. I will put money on Tom getting ANOTHER pole. Now let's just hope they really have found how to make his tyres last!!!!

GO TOM!!

What happened to Rea?

Gixxer - Unregistered

June 29, 2012 12:51 PM



RCA, I know with that 200cc advantage awell on those long straights they should be flying,

ow wait,

they are only a twin and are being strangled, so what does everyone expect with the long straights at aragon, hardly fair is it.

terry - Unregistered

June 29, 2012 1:59 PM

Go on Chaz there's gonna be a few vacancies in MotoGP at the end of this season. This bloke can ride anything.
No moaning, no winging, clean riding & no excuses

YZRM199

June 29, 2012 2:11 PM

alot of corners and only one straight.

yeah its fair to ride a 1200cc, all the others use 1000 or even a little less.
kawasaki has always struggled and now its whining ducati?

wtf.....
preziosi said it him self. 2 cilinder best for track.

more low down power more power all the way exept for the last 2000rpm.

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