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Haga strikes in race one battle.

Chili and Yanagawa crossed the line 15 seconds after Haga, the Suzuki rider having his best ride since Hockenheim but still losing more ground in the championship to Edwards, Corser and Haga.

A further 15 seconds behind Yanagawa, Fujiwara and Slight remained in reasonably close contention with one another although neither rider was particularly thrilled with their performance. Borja crossed the line a further seven seconds later with Bussei, Aoki and Meklau completing the top dozen.


Pedercini, Mauro Sanchini and Igor Jerman scored points by virtue of making it to the finish while Goddard was the only man to miss out on a point, the Australian losing more than an entire lap with his tyres down to the fabric by the end of the race.






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