WSS: Race result - Kyalami

Full qualifying results from the sixth round of the 2009 World Supersport Championship at Kyalami, South Africa.

1. Eugene Laverty IRL Parkalgar Honda CBR600RR 23 laps
2. Cal Crutchlow GBR Yamaha SSP YZF R6 +2.546s
3. Mark Aitchison AUS HANNspree Althea Honda CBR600RR +17.358s
4. Joan Lascorz ESP Kawasaki Provec ZX-6R +17.454s
5. Kenan Sofuoglu TUR HANNspree Ten Kate Honda CBR600RR +18.221s
6. Andrew Pitt AUS HANNspree Ten Kate Honda CBR600RR +20.561s
7. Garry McCoy AUS Triumph BE1 Racing 675 +33.141s
8. Anthony West AUS Stiggy Motorsport Honda CBR600RR +37.326s
9. Michele Pirro ITA Yamaha Lorenzini by Leoni YZF R6 +37.728s
10. Matthieu Lagrive FRA HANNspree Althea Honda CBR600RR +37.939s
11. Michael Laverty GBR Veidec Racing RES Honda CBR600RR +38.782s
12. Massimo Roccoli ITA Intermoto Czech Honda CBR600RR +39.198s
13. Katsuaki Fujiwara JPN Kawasaki Provec ZX-6R +40.386s
14. Doni Tata Pradita INA YZF Yamaha R6 +46.386s
15. Daniel Dell'Omo ITA Kuja Racing +46.794s

16. Miguel Praia POR Parkalgar Honda CBR600RR +53.911s
17. Gianluca Vizziello ITA Stiggy Motorsport Honda CBR600RR +1min 01.698s
18. Russell Holland AUS ECHO CRS Grand Prix Honda CBR600RR +1min 11.042s
19. Arie Vos NED Veidec Racing RES Honda CBR600RR +1min 11.420s
20. Fabrizio Lai ITA ECHO CRS Grand Prix Honda CBR600RR +1min 22.793s
21. Robert Portman RSA EmTek Kawasaki ZX-6R +1min 24.191s
22. Yannick Guerra ESP Holiday Gym Racing Yamaha YZF R6 +1min 24.481s

Not Classified

Rtd Gianluca Nannelli ITA Triumph BE1 Racing 675 19 laps completed
Rtd Fabien Foret FRA Yamaha SSP YZF R6 18 laps completed
Rtd Alessandro Polita ITA Hoegee Suzuki GSX-R 600 11 laps completed
Rtd Jesco Gunther GER RES Software Veidec Racing 6 laps completed
Rtd Barry Veneman NED Hoegee Suzuki GSX-R 600 4 laps completed

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samas - Unregistered

May 20, 2009 3:50 AM

As an ex NI man and having lived in OZ for the past 40 years it saddens me to see people from NI still fighting over religion. It's an Island people it's like any island it's got a north south east and west all called Ireland wake up you morons. Ireland has been turning out great riders for many years from Stanley Woods to Joey Donlop. Now we got more stars waiting in the wings taking on the cream of the world and beating them. Look at the population of Ireland and Australia and look at the champions they have both turned out, makes one feel kind of proud. Per capita they have to be the best in the world. :) :) :) :) :) :) :)

hellmansam - Unregistered

May 17, 2009 4:51 PM

TV director should get a boot up the ar$e ! cut to Laverty taking the win out alone in front, and team hugging in the pits whilst we missed seeing Lascorz' move on Sefoglou in the last few corners ! Well done to all riders for putting on a great race. Armchair critics bagging anyone who doesn't win - WTF are you thinking ? Some riders aren't as good as others but there's no crap riders at this get out there and do better :p

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