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Checa launches out of the lead at Phillip Island

This You Tube video from British Eurosport shows reigning World Superbike champion Carlos Checa being launched into a spectacular highside while leading race one of the 2012 season-opener.


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Penelope Pitstop - Unregistered

February 27, 2012 10:46 PM

OUCH! Thats gotta hurt! It was good to see him walk away from that one after the injuries suffered by othe riders at this point on the track during the weekend. It looked like he was under pressure from Max and the 6kg penalty is just too much for him to compete with the bike/rider combination that looks ominously like it will be dominant again this season.



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