WSS » Cluzel wins as Lowes, Linfoot claim podium


Jules Cluzel ends his rookie season with a fourth win, ahead of Sam Lowes; Dan Linfoot picks up a maiden podium in third after Kenan Sofuoglu is penalised for knocking him off on the final lap.

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Power of Dreams - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 1:38 PM
Last Edited 780 days ago

Sofuoglu does it again!! thank god justice was served...cant believe a champion rides in that manner he should be banned from participating next year!!

Well done to Honda too. 8 manufacterer titles in the last decade. The CBR600RR is a missile in SSP! GO HONDA!

pcxmac - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 1:43 PM

As a great Kenan fan I am so happy he got that penalty (best thing that happened all race), felt too sick watching him take out Dan like that, all's well that ends well, still wont stop the Brits from spitting a dummy though...

tough race, not surprised the best setup bikes won the race, Kenan's philosophy of working the tires hard under brakes are not the best for softer tires, wish he had kept his tires cool and only pushed at the last leg of the race.

Liam48

October 07, 2012 1:52 PM

Good call by the WSBK stewards!

I enjoy good, close, aggressive racing but this guy needs a ban of some sort, you can't just ride into other riders or punch/head but them. Personally a year ban might just sort this guy out.

I have absolutely no respect for the guy... dirty rider!

Well done Dan on 3rd fully deserved & well done Sam on 3rd in the championship should have had more points.

Ottoman Empire - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 1:56 PM

Great race Kenan, you are the peoples champion.
Can't wait for you to start tearing up the track next year whichever championship you decide to race in.
What a great year capped off by a championship taking your tally to 3 WORLD SUPERSPORT CROWNS. Cop that.

Boo - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 2:04 PM

Kenan Sofuoglu is a superb Supersport rider and has deserved his championship this year based on his best performances.

And yet, I have absolutely no respect for him - on or off track.

There are successful champions and there are great champions - in my personal opinion, Kenan is the former, but not the latter.

sokudo - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 2:04 PM

Disagrees on an obvious dirty move by Sofuoglu. He just wasn't in a place to overtake but he took out Linfoot to get the podium. Now once or twice you think, ok it's a mistake. He went in too hard. But this happens often with Kenan, too much.

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