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WSS: Overall results - Portimao test

Eugene Laverty finishes the Portimao three-day test one tenth up on Kawasaki's Joan Lascorz, while Michele Pirro is third
1. Eugene Laverty IRL Parkalgar Honda CBR600RR 1min 45.104s
2. Joan Lascorz ESP Kawasaki Provec ZX-6R 1min 45.292s
3. Michele Pirro ITA HANNspree Ten Kate Honda CBR600RR 1min 45.587s
4. Miguel Praia POR Parkalgar Honda CBR600RR 1min 45.834s
5. Katsuaki Fujiwara JPN Kawasaki Provec ZX-6R 1min 45.988s
6. Chaz Davies GBR Triumph BE1 Racing 675 1min 46.610s
7. Fabien Foret FRA Lorenzini Kawasaki ZX-6R 1min 46.836s
8. David Salom ESP Triumph BE1 Racing 675 1min 47.054s
9. Jason Di Salvo USA Triumph BE1 Racing 675 1min 47.773s
10. Danilo Dell'Omo ITA Kuja Honda CBR600RR 1min 48.098s
11. Alexander Lundh SWE Cresto Guide Honda CBR600RR 1min 49.332s
12. Sebastien Charpentier FRA Triumph BE1 Racing 675 1min 49.452s
13. Paolo Cazzola ITA Kuja Honda CBR600RR 1min 49.553s
14. Bastien Chesaux SUI YZF Yamaha R6 1min 49.627s



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wosideg

January 24, 2010 8:00 PM

We'll see what happens, I hope DiSalvo brings home the bacon, Charpentier too, although I think Salom is more impressive first time out..McCoy is faster than all of them on that bike at this point in time, he did 2 years development on it, dragging it up to the front, is told he's on the team then dropped like a stone..WTF is going on..? His wage demands seem to have pi55ed the team off, but I think the Factory should have stepped in giving him a bit of credit for past endevours, and smoothed it over. He deserved more respect..

amafan - Unregistered

January 24, 2010 5:17 PM

Jason DiSalvo had less the 3 dry sessions on the Triumph on a track he had never been on , and he is allready only 1.1 seconds behind Chaz Davies on a track Chaz had allready tested and raced at last year .



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