WSBK Race Reports. Page 17

  • Chili survives race one carnage for victory.

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    13 July 2003 Frankie Chili opened his long overdue 2003 victory account with a measured performance at hot and sticky Laguna Seca on Sunday by taking the first 28-lap race when erstwhile leaders Ruben Xaus and Regis Laconi crashed.

  • Last lap Xaus completes Misano double.

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    22 June 2003 Much maligned Spaniard Ruben Xaus completed his first career World Superbike double on Sunday as he passed factory Ducati teammate Neil Hodgson on the final lap with a brave move along Misano's long, fast back straight. The second race of the seventh round of the 2003 World Superbike Championship provided just as much tension and excitement as the first with Xaus and Hodgson racing side by side down Misano's back straight at more than 270kmh on the 25th and final tour of the 2.523-mile Adriat

  • Xaus claims thrilling race one at Misano.

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    22 June 2003 Ruben Xaus fended off a race long challenge from an inspired Frankie Chili and James Toseland to scoop his first win of the 2003 World Superbike Championship in an exciting first 25-lap encounter at a steaming Misano circuit.

  • Silverstone action sees Hodgson fight all the way.

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    16 June 2003 Once more Neil Hodgson had to fight all the way for victory, but once more the result was the same as the Brit notched up his eleventh win of the 2003 season and now stands 130 points clear atop the riders' championship table.

  • Hodgson battles hard for Silverstone win.

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    15 June 2003 Brit Neil Hodgson took a hard fought first race of the day in the World Superbike championship at Silverstone today in a race that saw action at every turn.

  • Hodgson equals record with ninth win.

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    01 June 2003 Neil Hodgson moved one step closer to claiming the record for the number of consecutive wins in the World Superbike Championship, but was made to work from start to finish of race one at Oschersleben.

  • Hodgson sinks four doubles in '03.

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    19 May 2003 Neil Hodgson took Ducati's World Superbike victory total over the 200 mark at the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza this weekend with another double win, his fourth of the year, in front of 71,000 spectators.

  • Hodgson doubles up again in perfect style at Sugo.

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    27 April 2003 A truly dramatic day of race action at Sugo saw Team Ducati Fila rider Neil Hodgson secure two wins on his full factory 999 machine, giving him a perfect six-from-six start to the 2003 season.

  • Hodgson contines with the wins.

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    30 March 2003 Neil Hodgson continued his unbroken winning streak at the start of the 2003 WSBK season with victory in the second race at Phillip Island.

  • Hodgson makes it hat-trick.

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    30 March 2003 Neil Hodgson continues with his perfect start to his 2003 season with an easy win at the first race today at Phillip Island.

  • Hodgson hits double top.

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    02 March 2003 Neil Hodgson took a lights to flag victory in race two at Valencia, thereby claiming a dream double on his factory Ducati debut at the WSBK season opener.

  • Hodgson walks race one.

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    02 March 2003 Neil Hodgson took a comparatively easy win in the race one season opener at Valencia, which saw the factory team-mates in a class of their own, while the HM Plant boys battled to the flag for the final podium position.

  • Edwards wins and takes championship lead.

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    08 September 2002 Castrol Honda's Colin Edwards rocketed to two wins and the lead of the World Superbike championship on a record-breaking day and in front of 78,000 fans at Assen in Holland today. Edwards powered to the seventh double victory of his career with victory in today's second race after a start to finish win aboard the 1000cc SP-2 machine.

  • Victory for Edwards in race one at Assen.

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    08 September 2002 Castrol Honda's Colin Edwards took an emphatic victory in today's opening race of the crucial 12th and penultimate round of the World Superbike championship at Assen in Holland. Edwards was in fourth place on the opening lap before moving into second - ahead of Noriyuki Haga and Troy Bayliss - by the end of the first 3.7-mile circuit. A lap later the 28-year-old Texan was ahead of race leader Neil Hodgson to take his second win at the Assen circuit, finishing 3.6 seconds ahead of Bayliss.

  • Who can better Bayliss?
  • Bayliss gets the double down under.
  • Three in a row for Bayliss.
  • Xaus survives Imola thriller.

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    30 September 2001 Ruben Xaus racked up his second career World Superbike victory in typically spectacular style after a race long hair-raising duel with Ducati Infostrada teammate Troy Bayliss and the Aprilia of Regis Laconi around the sweeping Imola circuit.

  • Bostrom blasts to Brands double.
  • Battle of Brands: Hodgson's pride – BB's points.
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