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Superpole qualifying times - Brno

Full Superpole qualifying times for the ninth round of the 2010 World Superbike Championship at Brno, Czech Republic.
1. Cal Crutchlow GBR Yamaha Sterilgarda YZF R1 1min 58.018s
2. Max Biaggi ITA Aprilia Alitalia Racing RSV-4 1min 58.743s
3. Jonathan Rea GBR Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR 1min 59.094s
4. Ruben Xaus ESP BMW Motorrad S1000RR 1min 59.135s
5. Sylvain Guintoli FRA Alstare Suzuki GSX-R1000 1min 59.179s
6. Luca Scassa ITA Supersonic Ducati 1198 1min 59.393s
7. Michel Fabrizio ITA Ducati Xerox 1198 1min 59.451s
8. Carlos Checa ESP Althea Ducati 1198 1min 59.571s

9. Lorenzo Lanzi ITA DFX Ducati 1198 1min 59.699s
10. James Toseland GBR Yamaha Sterilgarda YZF R1 1min 59.699s
11. Max Neukirchner GER Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR 1min 59.829s
12. Tom Sykes GBR Kawasaki SRT ZX-10R 1min 59.830s
13. Leon Camier GBR Aprilia Alitalia Racing RSV-4 1min 59.841s
14. Leon Haslam GBR Alstare Suzuki GSX-R1000 1min 59.995s
15. Noriyuki Haga JPN Ducati Xerox 1198 2mins 00.258s
16. Shane Byrne GBR Althea Ducati 1198 2mins 00.564s

17. Jakub Smrz CZE PATA B&G Racing Aprilia RSV-4 2mins 00.341s
18. Chris Vermeulen AUS Kawasaki SRT ZX-10R 2mins 01.413s
19. Matteo Baiocco ITA Team Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 2mins 01.523s
20. Troy Corser AUS BMW Motorrad S1000RR Did Not Partcipate

21. Broc Parkes AUS Echo-CRS Honda CBR1000RR 2mins 01.463s
22. Roger Lee Hayden USA Team Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 2mins 01.826s

* Parkes and Hayden miss Superpole but will start 20th and 21st on the grid following Corser's withdrawal

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Troy Corser AUS BMW Motorrad S1000RR



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JT's mum - Unregistered

July 10, 2010 8:07 PM

I'm so happy to see some of you are coming around to my way of thinking!!!! It's so obvious that yamaha is trying to sabotage my lovely sons career!! :-o :-o They give him nothing but 5 year old tech than laugh when he fails to win races. I know for a fact that they are racist and have it out for my lad simply because he's a Brit!!! Last year that Spies boy was given all the newly developed parts and a vastly superior engine - that's how he was able to win the championship!! Now that my son has joined the team suddenly the bike is worthless??!!?? I tell you it's a conspiracy!! :-o

Bliz - Unregistered

July 10, 2010 3:53 PM

I'm assuming these comments regarding JT's bike being inferior are tongue in cheek. I just can't imagine any rational person REALLY believing that. The world isn't out for Toseland, FYI. Stop sounding like his mother. And even if it was true, it wouldn't have started that way. The faster rider always gets the focus of the team and manufacturer. That's something YOU EARN.



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