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Second consecutive pole for Crutchlow

Elsewhere, Shane Byrne and Jakub Smrz – third and fourth heading into Superpole – were a disappointing 12th and 14th respectively, while Leon Camier's vow to improve his qualifying performances fell flat in 13th.

Luca Scassa will start 15th on the privateer Supersonic Ducati, ahead of Max Neukirchner, who was left 16th when his Ten Kate Honda expired in spectacular fashion down the home straight.

Prior to SP2, Ruben Xaus was another to be eliminated by a mere thousandth of a second in 17th, with Tom Sykes and Andrew Pitt 18th and 19th, while Sheridan Morais was 20th after failing to set a time when he crashed.



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Speedevil45 - Unregistered

April 10, 2010 5:11 PM

Just amazes me that most people outside of Team Managers still don't get how good Crutchlow is shaping up to be. With the exception of one poster (RawDawg), nobody seems to appreciate that for a relatively inexperienced superbike rider he's bloody quick and showing huge potential. Sure he's still wild and prone to errors in races but that will go with more experience. If I was Meregalli and Yamaha I'd be pretty happy in that signing right now. He's only going to get better.



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