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Sofuoglu inches closer with Nurburgring win

His exclusion promotes Alex Baldolini up to fifth, while Gabor Talmacsi notched up another strong top ten finish in sixth place, ahead of Vittorio Iannuzzo and wild-card racer David Linortner, the Austrian riding an impressive race to claim eighth.

Ronan Quarmby crossed the line ninth, ahead of Massimo Roccoli on the PATA by Martini Yamaha, Romain Lanusse, Florian Marino, the recovering Lowes, Andrea Antonelli and Jed Metcher.

Elsewhere, there was frustration for Dan Linfoot, the Briton getting up into the top ten aboard the MSD RN Kawasaki before crashing out.



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Sofuoglu, German WSS 2012
Sofuoglu, German WSS 2012
Sofuoglu, German WSS 2012
Sofuoglu, German WSS 2012
Fabien Foret, Ten Kate Honda
Vittorio Iannuzzo
[L-R]: Chaz Davies, Luca Scassa and Gino Rea, Donington Park WSS podium, 2011 [pic credit: Ian Hopgood Photography]
Sam Lowes, Parkalgar Honda, Donington Park WSS, 2011 [pic credit: Ian Hopgood Photography]
James Ellison, Bogdanka PTR Honda, Donington Park WSS, 2011 [pic credit: Ian Hopgood Photography]
David Salom, Kawasaki Motocard.com, Donington Park WSS, 2011 [pic credit: Ian Hopgood Photography]
Gino Rea, Step Racing Honda, Donington Park WSS, 2011 [pic credit: Ian Hopgood Photography]
Luca Scassa, ParkinGO Yamaha, Donington Park WSS, 2011 [pic credit: Ian Hopgood Photography]
James Ellison, Bogdanka PTR Honda, WSS 2011, Donington Park [pic credit: Wendy Salisbury Photography]
James Ellison, Bogdanka PTR Honda, WSS 2011, Donington Park [pic credit: Wendy Salisbury Photography]
James Ellison, Bogdanka PTR Honda, WSS 2011, Donington Park [pic credit: Wendy Salisbury Photography]
James Ellison, Bogdanka PTR Honda, WSS 2011, Donington Park [pic credit: Wendy Salisbury Photography]
James Ellison, Bogdanka PTR Honda, WSS 2011, Donington Park [pic credit: Wendy Salisbury Photography]
Sam Lowes, Parkalgar Honda, WSS 2011, Donington Park [pic credit: Jack Bateson]

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pcxmac - Unregistered

September 09, 2012 2:53 PM

kenan would do well to stay away from Dorna's fixed racing concept. Nobody wins in Moto2/MotoGP unless they have all the boxes ticked, and Kenan is from Turkey, he will never be a champion in MotoGP/Moto2, thats not how the world works. He would be better off on a factory kawasaki in WSBK or just keep winning in WSS.



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