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WSS Race results (1) - Phillip Island

Full race results for the opening round of the 2014 World Supersport Championship at Phillip Island, Australia.
1. Jules Cluzel FRA MV Agusta Yakhnich F3 675 5 laps
2. Kev Coghlan GBR DMC Panavto Yamaha YZF-R6 +0.224s
3. Raffaele de Rosa ITA Core PTR Honda CBR600RR +0.317s
4. Florian Marino FRA Kawasaki Intermoto ZX-6R +0.347s
5. Roberto Tamburini ITA San Carlo Puccetti Kawasaki ZX-6R +0.822s
6. Kevin Wahr GER RS Wahr by Kraus Yamaha YZF-R6 +4.010s
7. Graeme Gowland GBR Smiths Triumph 675 R +5.282s
8. Riccardo Russo ITA Lorini Honda CBR600RR +5.310s
9. Fabio Menghi ITA VFT Yamaha YZF-R6 +5.517s
10. Christian Gamarino ITA GO Eleven Kawasaki ZX-6R +5.858s
11. Roberto Rolfo ITA GO Eleven Kawasaki ZX-6R +6.491s
12. Tony Covena NED Kawasaki Intermoto ZX-6R +7.873s
13. Nacho Calero ESP CIA Insurance Honda CBR600RR +10.163s
14. Marco Bussolotti ITA Lorini Honda CBR600RR +12.406s
15. Fraser Rogers GBR Com Plus SMS Honda CBR600RR +12.622s

16. Ryan Taylor AUS Oz Wildcard Yamaha YZF-R6 +12.895s
17. Alexey Ivanov RUS DMC Panavto Yamaha YZF-R6 +12.892s

Not Classified

18. Ratthapark Wilairot THA Core PTR Honda CBR600RR 3 laps completed
19. Bryan Staring AUS Rivamoto Honda CBR600RR 3 laps completed
20. Michael van der Mark NED PATA Honda CBR600RR 2 laps completed
21. Kenan Sofuoglu TUR Mahi India Kawasaki ZX-6R 1 lap completed
22. Billy McConnell AUS Smiths Triumph 675 R 0 laps completed
Jack Kennedy IRL CIA Insurance Honda CBR600RR
PJ Jacobsen USA Kawasaki Intermoto ZX-6R
Vladimir Leonov RUS MV Agusta Yakhnich F3 675

Did Not Start
Lorenzo Zanetti ITA PATA Honda CBR600RR


Tagged as: MV Agusta , WSS , Cluzel

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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]
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Grid, Donington WSS Race 2011

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Ben1

February 23, 2014 11:47 AM

I am happy with MV's win and the podium finishers, but I don't think it was a fair race. I believe Sofouglu's and vd Mark's crashes shouldn't have happened. They should have been in the fight for the top positions. Also not happy the second restart was for only 5 laps. At the red flag it was 13 or somethink like that remaining! OK, they have to respect the starting time of the second SBK race. But that only started at 4.40 (my local time), and Supersport ended at 4.10! After the red flag, the pit lane opened at 3.55, and in five minutes they were racing, so it was needeless to have so long pause before SBK. I don't like when they make decisions at the expense of a great category such as Supersport.

ProfessorX

February 23, 2014 6:20 PM

wss is just a filler for WSBK, and if they can make the race more exciting and save time for the tube, its a no brainer. Shame about Kenan's rear coming out like that, just has to keep his head down, it's probably not going to be his last disappointment this year, hes gotta keep it going, avoid the crazy guys looking for a name at the beginning of a race and just mind the rest with good setup and sound strategy.



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