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France WSBK: Magny-Cours - Qualifying times (1)

Full qualifying times (1) for the 13th round of the 2013 World Superbike Championship at Magny-Cours, France.
1. Sylvain Guintoli FRA Aprilia Racing RSV4 1m 38.709s
2. Tom Sykes GBR Kawasaki Racing ZX-10R 1m 39.095s
3. Chaz Davies GBR BMW GoldBet S1000RR HP4 1m 39.378s
4. Jules Cluzel FRA Fixi Crescent Suzuki GSX-R1000 1m 39.380s
5. Eugene Laverty IRL Aprilia Racing RSV4 1m 39.451s
6. Davide Giugliano ITA Althea Aprilia RSV4 1m 39.549s
7. Vincent Philippe FRA Fixi Crescent Suzuki GSX-R1000 1m 39.579s
8. Marco Melandri ITA BMW GoldBet S1000RR HP4 1m 39.678s
9. Michel Fabrizio ITA Pata Honda CBR1000RR 1m 39.799s
10. Michele Pirro ITA Alstare Ducati 1199 R 1m 39.821s
11. David Salom ESP Kawasaki Racing ZX-10R 1m 40.085s
12. Leon Haslam GBR Pata Honda CBR1000RR 1m 40.202s
13. Ayrton Badovini ITA Alstare Ducati 1199 R 1m 40.263s
14. Lorenzo Lanzi ITA Mesaroli Ducati 1098 R 1m 40.352s
15. Toni Elias ESP Red Devils Roma Aprilia RSV4 1m 40.483s
16. Mark Aitchison AUS Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 1m 41.137s
17. Federico Sandi ITA Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 1m 41.281s
18. Fabrizio Lai ITA MR Ducati 1199 R 1m 42.474s
19. Vittorio Iannuzzo ITA Grillini Dentalmatic BMW S1000RR 1m 43.180s

Magny Cours official WSBK lap records
Best lap: Tom Sykes GBR Kawasaki Racing ZX-10R 1m 36.950s (2012)
Race lap record: Noriyuki Haga JPN Ducati Xerox 1098R 1m 38.619s (2009)



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shamarone

October 05, 2013 6:52 AM

re: "I know it's never been as popular as MotoGP " not true, there have been many times when it was equal if not MORE popular than MotoGP. there's an ebb and a flow. it's why ezpelata went through all the behind the scenes machinations to SEIZE control. it's been a constant thorn in his side during his tenure. gotta know the full 25 year history of WSBK (ie. the big bikes), how it came about and the F1 series that existed before it. the days of 2T grandprix when the 80cc and 350cc classes existed. the shift of manufacturers from 2T to 4T and the public's preference for large capacity (750cc-1200cc). the wholesale switch in '02 from GP500 to the MotoGP rebrand. the stealing of WSBK engine technology with CRT to prop up a faltering series, etc. it's all right there in front of us.

pcxmac

October 05, 2013 4:21 PM
Last Edited 440 days ago

GPs would be a complete joke with out the joke CRT evo class, there would be like 12 bikes and 2 fighting it out while 2 more fought for 3rd and the Ducatis fought for the last 4 spots, why Ducati continue to stay in that series is beyond me, they cannot compete at all with Honda and the tires have been costing them big since 2009. MotoGP is destined to turn in to Moto1, and most of the winning bikes will be Honda Production racerers, It will be like KTM in Moto3. And the guys pulling the strings will have full access to the guys controlling the motors, ecus and tires.



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