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Brands Hatch - Race results (2).

1. Ryuichi Kiyonari JPN Hannspree Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR 25 laps
2. Noriyuki Haga JPN Yamaha Motor Italia YZF-R1 +1.848 secs
3. Troy Corser AUS Yamaha Motor Italia YZF-R1 +8.883 secs
4. Max Neukirchner GER Alstare Suzuki GSX-R1000 +11.180 secs
5. Fonsi Nieto SPA Alstare Suzuki GSX-R1000 +12.928 secs
6. Michel Fabrizio ITA Ducati Xerox 1098 F08 +13.696 secs
7. Tom Sykes GBR Rizla Suzuki GSX-R1000 +13.872 secs
8. Carlos Checa SPA Hannspree Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR +14.009 secs
9. Jakub Smrz CZE Guandalini Racing by Grifo's 1098 RS08 +19.065 secs
10. Lorenzo Lanzi ITA RG Racing 1098 RS08 +19.864 secs
11. Troy Bayliss AUS Ducati Xerox 1098 F08 +20.479 secs
12. Max Biaggi ITA Sterilgarda Go Eleven 1098 RS08 +20.621 secs
13. Gregorio Lavilla SPA Ventaxia VK Honda CBR1000RR +20.722 secs
14. Robert Rolfo ITA Hannspree Honda Althea CBR1000RR +24.512 secs
15. Chris Walker GBR Ventaxia VK Honda CBR1000RR +32.090 secs
16. Regis Laconi ITA PSG-1 Kawasaki Corse ZX-10R +32.207 secs
17. Kenan Sofuoglu TUR Hannspree Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR +32.815 secs
18. Makoto Tamada JPN PSG-1 Kawasaki Corse ZX-10R +33.648 secs
19. Sebastien Gimbert FRA Yamaha France Ipone GMT 94 YZF-R1 +35.382 secs
20. David Checa ESP Yamaha France Ipone GMT 94 YZF-R1 +44.866 secs
21. Ayrton Badovini ITA Team Pedercini ZX-10R +53.969 secs
22. Shuhei Aoyama JPN Alto Evolution Honda CBR1000RR +1min 0.875 secs
23. Jason Pridmore USA Alto Evolution Honda CBR1000RR +1min 1.104 secs
24. Luca Morelli ITA D.F. Racing CBR1000RR +1min 4.329 secs
25. Yukio Kagayama JPN Alstare Suzuki GSX-R1000 +1 lap

DNF:
Karl Muggeridge AUS D.F. Racing CBR1000RR 17 laps
Vittorio Iannuzzo ITA Team Pedercini ZX-10R 15 lap
Tristan Palmer GBR Lloyds British YZF-R1 9 laps
Christian Zaiser AUT Grillini PBR Team YZF-R1 4 laps

DNS:
Ruben Xaus SPA Sterilgarda Go Eleven 1098 RS08
Shinichi Nakatomi JPN YZF Yamaha YZF-R1



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Brian Battle - Unregistered

August 04, 2008 7:39 AM

WSB really has to think about how they run their race meetings. The continual stopages are taking people away from the sport. I know safety is paramount but Motogp has moved in the right direction and it is time wsb thought of flag to flag racing. I was going to add especially in England but I have to concede that Phillip Island is just as bad.



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