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WSS: Qualifying times - Assen

Full qualifying times and grid positions for the fourth round of the 2009 World Supersport Championship at Assen, Netherlands.

1. Cal Crutchlow GBR Yamaha SSP YZF R6 1min 40.313s
2. Joan Lascorz ESP Kawasaki Provec Motocard.com ZX-6R 1min 40.848s
3. Kenan Sofuoglu TUR HANNspree Ten Kate Honda CBR600RR 1min 40.998s
4. Eugene Laverty IRL Parkalgar Honda CBR600RR 1min 41.002s
5. Fabien Foret FRA Yamaha SSP YZF R6 1min 41.130s
6. Garry McCoy AUS Triumph BE1 Racing 675 1min 41.412s
7. Michele Pirro ITA Yamaha Lorenzini by Leoni YZF R6 1min 41.436s
8. Anthony West AUS Stiggy Motorsport Honda CBR600RR 1min 41.496s
9. Robbin Harms DEN Veidec Racing RES Honda CBR600RR 1min 41.566s
10. Andrew Pitt AUS HANNspree Ten Kate Honda CBR600RR 1min 41.653s
11. Barry Veneman NED Hoegee Suzuki GSX-R 600 1min 41.743s
12. Mark Aitchison AUS HANNspree Althea Honda CBR600RR 1min 41.794s
13. Massimo Roccoli ITA Intermoto Czech Honda CBR600RR 1min 41.858s
14. Matthieu Lagrive FRA HANNspree Althea Honda CBR600RR 1min 41.898s
15. Katsuaki Fujiwara JPN Kawasaki Provec Motocard.com ZX-6R 1min 42.007s
16. Miguel Praia POR Parkalgar Honda CBR600RR 1min 42.052s
17. Patrick Vostarek CZE Intermoto Czech Honda CBR600RR 1min 42.093s
18. Gianluca Vizziello ITA Stiggy Motorsport Honda CBR600RR 1min 42.354s
19. Gianluca Nannelli ITA Triumph BE1 Racing 675 1min 42.358s
20. Arie Vos NED Veidec Racing RES Honda CBR600RR 1min 42.553s
21. Russell Holland AUS ECHO CRS Grand Prix Honda CBR600RR 1min 43.605s
22. Daniel Dell'Omo ITA Kuja Racing 1mins 42.663s
23. Jesco Gunther GER RES Software Veidec Racing 1min 42.792s
24. Alessandro Polita ITA Hoegee Suzuki GSX-R 600 1min 42.902s
25. Fabrizio Lai ITA ECHO CRS Grand Prix Honda CBR600RR 1min 43.314s
26. Doni Tata Pradita INA YZF Yamaha R6 1min 43.491s
27. Matej Smrz CZE Factory Racing Triumph 675 1min 43.936s
28. Kevin Bos NED VD Sleen/Heyden Yamaha YZF R6 1min 44.285s
29. Marcel Van Nieuwenhuizen NED Sterken Racing Honda CBR600RR 1min 44.363s
30. Yannick Guerra ESP Holiday Gym Racing Yamaha YZF R6 1min 45.342s
31. Twan Van Poppel NED Holiday Gym Yamaha YZF R6 1min 45.782s



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pp916 - Unregistered

April 25, 2009 5:50 PM

Cal is matching/bettering everything that Spies is doing right now, AND he's leading his championship....that's better than any other Yamaha contracted rider, in any class. There, does that big him up enough without the usual jingoist chest thumping?

Ant - Unregistered

April 25, 2009 2:06 PM

You'll find us brits generally don't "big up" our own riders... It's not that we don't get behind them, just we know how good they are and don't feel the need to tell everyone what they should think! Crutchlow is a top rider, but so are Haslam, Sykes, Byrne and Rea. Why tell everyone how good when all they need do is look for themselves?



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