Kyalami test times - Friday.

Michel Fabrizio makes it a hat-trick as he blitzes the final day of testing at Kyalami with another new lap record. Ben Spies gets back on the pace in second, with Haga third.

Aprilia remain in contention, while BMW show an improvement in pace in the hands of Troy Corser too.

1. Michel Fabrizio Ducati Xerox 1min 39.714secs
2. Ben Spies Yamaha Italia 1min 39.978secs
3. Noriyuki Haga Ducati Xerox1min 39.984secs
4. Jonathan Rea Ten Kate Honda 1min 40.035secs
5. Carlos Checa Ten Kate Honda 1min 40.170secs
6. Max Neukirchner Alstare Suzuki 1min 40.394secs
7. Yukio Kagayama Alstare Suzuki 1min 40.675secs
8. Max Biaggi Aprilia 1min 40.768secs
9. Shinya Nakano Aprilia 1min 40.968secs
10. Ryuichi Kiyonari Ten Kate Honda 1min 41.067secs
11. Troy Corser BMW 1min 41.102secs
12. Tom Sykes Yamaha Italia 1min 41.562secs
13. Ruben Xaus BMW 1min 41.996secs

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RacerX - Unregistered

December 12, 2008 5:27 PM

Out with old and in with the new! Haga will not have it his own way next year. The grid is looking fantastic, and lets not forget about Shayne Byrne either and his test at Portomoa... another contender I think. As for Spies, How can you disagree? new bike (with a soft motor spec), new tires, new team, new track, he's a contender. With regards to Tom Sykes I'm sure he'll be up there too... It's a shame he was ill, Ben speaks very highly of him and so far enjoys working with him. Rea, Fabrizio whats left to say all these guys look fast. It's going to be one hell of a season. MotoGp will pale in comparison.

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