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Charpentier wins Silverstone WSS flyer.

Winston Ten Kate's Sebastien Charpentier won the World Supersport at Silverstone today by a comfortable 2.8secs ahead of Yamaha Motor Germany's Kevin Curtain.

British Superbike's Craig Jones got a flying start that saw him lead the field into the first corner, and looked to be able to challenge for a podium until he, like team-mate Cal Crutchlow, had to retire early non in the race.

Charpentier and Curtain took out a substantial lead as they battled for the lead, with Curtain faltering and backing off late to take a secure second later in the 28 lap race.

Top ten
1. Charpentier
2. Curtain
3. Foret
4. Chambon
5. Parkes
6. Veneman
7. Nannelli
8. Corradi
9. Fujiwara
10. Lauslehto


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