WSS: Race results - Monza

Full race results from the fifth World Supersport Championship round of the season at Monza, Italy.

1. Cal Crutchlow GBR Yamaha SSP YZF R6 17 laps
2. Joan Lascorz ESP Kawasaki Provec ZX-6R +2.660s
3. Fabien Foret FRA Yamaha SSP YZF R6 +2.716s
4. Eugene Laverty IRL Parkalgar Honda CBR600RR +2.780s
5. Andrew Pitt AUS HANNspree Ten Kate Honda CBR600RR +9.270s
6. Katsuaki Fujiwara JPN Kawasaki Provec ZX-6R +9.332s
7. Michele Pirro ITA Yamaha Lorenzini by Leoni YZF R6 +20.178s
8. Garry McCoy AUS Triumph BE1 Racing 675 +20.221s
9. Kenan Sofuoglu TUR HANNspree Ten Kate Honda CBR600RR +22.681s
10. Gianluca Nannelli ITA Triumph BE1 Racing 675 +26.993s
11. Franco Battiani ITA TNT Yamaha YZF R6 +31.343s
12. Miguel Praia POR Parkalgar Honda CBR600RR +32.236s
13. Barry Veneman NED Hoegee Suzuki GSX-R 600 +32.695s
14. Gianluca Vizziello ITA Stiggy Motorsport Honda CBR600RR +33.216s
15. Alessandro Polita ITA Hoegee Suzuki GSX-R 600 +33.652s

16. Matthieu Lagrive FRA HANNspree Althea Honda CBR600RR +37.937s
17. Doni Tata Pradita INA YZF Yamaha R6 +44.249
18. Jesco Gunther GER RES Software Veidec Racing +44.860s
19. Daniel Dell'Omo ITA Kuja Racing +55.772s
20. Arie Vos NED Veidec Racing RES Honda CBR600RR +1min 13.876s
21. Fabrizio Lai ITA ECHO CRS Grand Prix Honda CBR600RR +1min 14.344s
22. Jose Morillas ESO Holiday Gym Yamaha YZF R6 +1min 45.778s

Not Classified

23. Massimo Roccoli ITA Intermoto Czech Honda CBR600RR 15 laps completed
24. Russell Holland AUS ECHO CRS Grand Prix Honda CBR600RR 13 laps completed
25. Mark Aitchison AUS HANNspree Althea Honda CBR600RR 10 laps completed
26. Yannick Guerra ESP Holiday Gym Racing Yamaha YZF R6 8 laps completed
27. Anthony West AUS Stiggy Motorsport Honda CBR600RR 2 laps completed

Did Not Start

Robbin Harms DEN Veidec Racing RES Honda CBR600RR

Related Pictures

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Crutchlow, Monza WSS 2009
Crutchlow, Monza WSS 2009
Crutchlow, Braking, Monza WSS 2009
Crutchlow, Monza WSS 2009
Crutchlow, Monza WSS 2009
Crutchlow, Monza WSS 2009
Crutchlow, Monza WSS 2009
Tom Sykes (GBR), World Superbike [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Sylvain Guintoli (FRA), World Superbike, [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Randy de Puniet (FRA), World Superbike [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Nicol Terol (ESP), World Superbike [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Nicol Terol (ESP), World Superbike [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Niccolo Canepa (ITA), World Superbike, [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Michael van der Mark (NED), World Superbike [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Leon Haslam (GBR), World Superbike, [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Leon Camier (GBR), World Superbike, [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Jonathan Rea - Kawasaki Racing [credit: Gavan Caldwell]
Jordi Torres (ESP), World Superbike [Credit: Ian Hopgood]

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Richard Mushet

May 11, 2009 8:31 AM

They're being outgunned by Yamaha, Parkalgar and Lascorz's ZX6 because they have quality bikes, quality riders and Sofu doesn't like to battle (just check out every win he took in '07) and Pitt has more than one rider challenging him (look at his battles with Rea, then look how he spat the dummy out when he claimed Laverty took him off last season!) Ten Kate claimed that the '09 bike would give them an edge after Laverty's bike skinned them on the straight, but i'm sure it's more to do with the riders than it is to do with the machinery.

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