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Checa pulls clear with ninth win of season

James Toseland returned to the points in a fairly quiet 12th, ahead of Roberto Rolfo and WSBK debutant Jon Kirkham, while Camier was credited with a single point in 15th, despite his problems.

Elsewhere, Alex Lowes suffered an aggressive off whilst running inside the points.



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pizza delivery boy - Unregistered

July 31, 2011 2:05 PM

C Chase You need to wake up and smell the coffee mate! Carlos rode great the 1198 is a sorted bike but it is not some kind of GP bike being raced in world supers! You need to get a grip of this silly mentality that when the Ducati wins it because its the best bike, what about all the recent races where the Ducati got out gunned on the straights?

WSBK fan - Unregistered

July 31, 2011 1:26 PM

I find it interesting that as soon as a team/rider develops a good package, there are always outcries about the rules. This is just like last year when everyone claimed the Aprilia was magical, and now evidentally Althea has the same pixie dust. I think it's very telling how currently Checa is the only Duc in the top 10...surely that 200cc advantage would help out the other teams too. Similarly, last year Biaggi was the only Aprilia in the top 10. Interesting.



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