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SSTK: Race results - Aragon

Full race results for the fifth round of the 2012 FIM Superstock 1000 Championship at Motorland Aragon, Spain
1. Bryan Staring AUS Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 12 laps
2. Jeremy Guarnoni FRA MRS Kawasaki ZX-10R +8.073s
3. Lorenzo Baroni ITA BMW Italia GoldBet S1000RR +11.320s
4. Eddi La Marra ITA Barni Ducati 1199 Panigale +14.630s
5. Markus Reiterberger GER Alpha BMW S1000RR +15.911s
6. Kev Coghlan GBR DMC Ducati 1199 Panigale +24.471s
7. Marco Bussolotti ITA SK Energy Ducati 1098R +28.367s
8. David McFadden RSA Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R +28.914s
9. Christoffer Bergman SWE BWG Kawasaki ZX-10R +30.095s
10. Fabio Massei ITA EAB Ten Kate Jnr Honda CBR1000RR +31.619s
11. Ondrej Jezek CZE SK Energy Ducati 1098R +32.444s
12. Enrique Ferrer ESP CNS Ducati 1098R +32.702s
13. Lorenzo Savadori ITA Barni Ducati 1199 Panigale +45.294s
14. Alen Gyorfi HUN MetalCom-Adrenalin Honda CBR1000RR +50.277s
15. Tiago Dias POR Dias Kawasaki ZX-10R +50.907s

16. Randy Pagaud FRA OGP Kawasaki ZX-10R +51.007s
17. Massimo Parziani ITA MV Racing Aprilia RSV-4 +57.789s
18. Philippe Thiriet BRZ Brazil by ASPI Kawasaki ZX-10R +1m 17.018s
19. Bogdan Vrajitoru ROM CSM Bucharest Kawasaki ZX-10R +1m 17.982s
20. Adrien Protat FRA FP Kawasaki ZX-10R +1m 25.672s
18. Heber Pedrosa BRZ Brazil by ASPI Kawasaki ZX-10R +1m 53.135s

Not Classified

22. Tomas Svitok SVK SK Energy Ducati 1098R 8 laps completed
23. Sylvain Barrier FRA BMW Italia GoldBet S1000RR 5 laps completed
24. Andrzej Chmielewski POL Red Devils Roma Ducati 1098R 0 laps completed
25. Matthieu Lussiana FRA ASPI Kawasaki ZX-10R 0 laps completed

Fastest lap

Bryan Staring AUS Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 2m 01.446secs



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M1M - Unregistered

July 02, 2012 9:01 AM

I totally agree. It's also a hell of a lot cheaper, and it would make a lot more sense to run STK regulations than the stupid 'cost saving' measures they've introduced into WSBK, such as having only one bike per rider. It doesn't actually save any money but can ruin the second race if a rider crashes heavily in the first. Also, when mechanics have to rush to assemble a spare bike from parts instead of having a complete machine ready to go, it increases the chance of a mistake which could result in a breakdown or even endanger life.



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