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Free practice times (1) - Assen

Full free practice times (1) for the third round of the 2011 World Superbike Championship at Assen, Netherlands
1. Jakub Smrz CZE Effenbert Liberty Ducati 1098R 1min 37.159s
2. Carlos Checa ESP Althea Ducati 1098R 1min 37.199s
3. Jonathan Rea GBR Castrol Honda CBR1000RR 1min 37.343s
4. Noriyuki Haga JPN PATA Aprilia RSV-4 1min 37.541s
5. Troy Corser AUS BMW Motorrad S1000RR 1min 37.582s
6. Leon Haslam GBR BMW Motorrad S1000RR 1min 37.606s
7. Max Biaggi ITA Aprilia Alitalia Racing RSV-4 1min 37.616s
8. Eugene Laverty IRL Yamaha WSBK YZF R1 1min 37.885s
9. Marco Melandri ITA Yamaha WSBK YZF R1 1min 37.900s
10. Ruben Xaus ESP Castrol Honda CBR1000RR 1min 38.027s
11. Leon Camier GBR Aprilia Alitalia Racing RSV-4 1min 38.088s
12. Ayrton Badovini ITA BMW Italia S1000RR 1min 38.090s
13. Joan Lascorz ESP Kawasaki Racing ZX-10R 1min 38.144s
14. Barry Veneman NED BMW Italia S1000RR 1min 38.190s
15. Tom Sykes GBR Kawasaki RTS ZX-10R 1min 38.196s
16. Michel Fabrizio ITA Suzuki Alstare GSX-R1000 1min 38.385s
17. Sylvain Guintoli FRA Effenbert Liberty Ducati 1098R 1min 38.870s
18. Maxime Berger FRA Supersonic Ducati 1098R 1min 39.047s
19. Chris Vermeulen AUS Kawasaki RTS ZX-10R 1min 39.432s
20. Roberto Rolfo ITA Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 1min 39.932s
21. Mark Aitchison AUS Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 1min 39.980s




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Buelliful .

April 15, 2011 12:23 PM

(sigh) In the interests of making the championship available to a wide range of engine types (twins, triples and fours) the rules are set out to enable a twin cylinder engine compete with a 4-pot. A 2-cylinder engine CANNOT produce the SAME power as a similar sized 4-cylinder engine. Hence, the dispensation for differing engine configurations. It's not cheating if it's written into the rules. 3-cylinder engines are allowed 1100cc but there aren't any (now). I suppose you'd say Triumph would be cheating if they were to enter an 1100cc triple? I don't see anything wrong with these limits if it results in close racing (which it does). I don't suppose this will make the slightest difference as this thread pops up all the time.



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