WSS » Aragon - Race results

Full race results for the seventh round of the 2012 World Supersport Championship at Motorland Aragon, Spain.

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raged - Unregistered

July 01, 2012 1:55 PM
Last Edited 1190 days ago

Sofuoglu what unbelievable nerve from this guy to attempt a headbutt on the backstraight, gee this guy desreves a suspension if he thinks hes above the law to do that... incredible really an absolute disgrace. This cheater needs to be kicked off!

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July 01, 2012 2:04 PM
Last Edited 1190 days ago

What an idiotic move from Kenan. He threw away a well earned win and points lost here might very well cost him the title. But keep in mind that he would've gotten away scot free if his last name was Biaggi.


July 01, 2012 2:06 PM
Last Edited 1190 days ago

The amount of bigotry here is mind blowing by the way. Some of you guys have been hating Kenan through and through for no reason, and you're just happy now that he's given you one for it.


July 01, 2012 2:07 PM

Well done Sam!

Sofouglu is a complete D**K, he has done this way too many times in the past, I have never liked him because he puts other riders in danger. That penalty is not enough he deserves exclusion from the result and a race ban, that might stop him doing this in future.

He also ignored the penalty and he still got 5th, not good enough by race direction either.

trr - Unregistered

July 01, 2012 2:09 PM

Anyone knows what the reason was or was it only because Foret (same manufacturer) held him up while Lowes got away?! I support Kawasaki but these kinda things makes my feelings pretty ambivalent...
On the other hand congrats to Talmacsi, on that Pro Race Honda he is doing an excellent job so far! With a better bike he would be up there in the top5. Hope he gets a good offer for next year and not from the Honda-cup!


July 01, 2012 2:15 PM

You just can't do that on a race track, no matter how aggrieved you are at someone else's behaviour (and Foret was a little wild today). At 290kph that kind of action can cost someone their life, and I think the penalty for it was actually too light. A disqualification would have sent a clearer message.

Unfortunately Kenan has now opened himself up to the whole 'dirty rider' claim all over again. It's such a shame because he didn't need to do that. His team and fans must be very disappointed.

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