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MessageSujet: [BSB] Assen   Sam 22 Sep 2012 - 4:35

Jakub Smrz y seras sur une Aprilia.

SPLITLATH Redmond new arrival Jakub Smrz is raring to go ahead of his MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship debut at the TT Circuit Assen this weekend.
Kuba will make his first outing on the team’s Aprilia RSV4 machine at one of his favourite circuits, and the place where he claimed his first WSB podium.
He will be joined this weekend by Australian Troy Herfoss, who makes his second appearance for the team as countryman Mark Aitchison continues to recover from his tricky finger injury.
For Kuba, it will be a busy weekend where he will need to get to grips with a brand new bike. But he has previous experience riding an Aprilia on the WSB stage, and admits that for him, Assen is the perfect place to start with his new team.
“It is one of my favourite tracks where I have many nice moments to remember like my first WSB podium and few first row starts. I think that Assen is the best track where we can start,” he revealed.
“I rode an Aprilia for four races in WSB and have also done some testing with my father’s team’s Superstock bike. I liked it a lot and made a few good results with it, but at the moment it’s hard to say if this experience will be useful.
“The BSB bike is very different to the ones I’ve ridden before and unfortunately we have not had a chance to test the Splitlath Redmond bike before this weekend, so everything is going to be new.
“Until we arrive it’s hard to have any expectations. Of course I will have some advantage in Assen because I know the track really well and have always been fast there. At the moment the main goal is to find a good feeling and to improve practice by practice and work hard to get as close to the top as possible.”
While the Czech Republic rider has a lot of WSB experience under his belt, he admits arriving in BSB is something completely new, and a challenge he can’t wait to begin.
“For sure, I am very excited for this new experience and I know this is a difficult championship with many fast riders. Whenever I have had time I have always watched BSB races and I am happy to be joining all those guys.
“Already, before coming to my first BSB event, I feel very well and happy with my new team and I can’t wait to meet all of them and begin our work together.”
Herfoss is another rider who knows his way around Assen very well, and as he prepares for his second round with the Splitlath Redmond team, he will be building on his Donington Park experience to get his machine higher up the order at a track he loves.
“This weekend I think it’s possible to be a lot higher placed, and depending on how I adapt to the bike this time I would like to think I can ride into the top 10,” he said.
“At this track I have been fast all year and not everyone has tested here. Also, having Kuba beside me can only be a help and motivation.
“Mostly I'm just appreciative that the team has given me another opportunity to work with them again.”
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Sam 22 Sep 2012 - 4:36


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Historic Assen is Next Challenge for Samsung Honda
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The Samsung Honda team are preparing for the opening round of the British Superbike Championship Showdown as the title battle reaches mainland Europe with the first event at the legendary TT Circuit Assen.

Michael Laverty currently lies fourth in the overall standings and is aiming for success in a bid to close the deficit to his title rivals. Laverty arrives at the circuit 21 points adrift of standings leader Tommy Hill and is seeking success at the first ever BSB event at the hallowed Dutch circuit. Jon Kirkham is also bidding to continue building on his previous performances as he targets a strong end to the season.

Michael Laverty:

“I am sure there isn’t a racer in the world that would turn down the chance to race at Assen and I love the circuit. It is going to be a level playing field, as in the UK everyone has various experiences of circuits whereas at Assen we all start the same. At Donington we took a step forward and were closer to winning again and now we just need to do some fine tuning for Assen.

“If you look back at the last few rounds Shakey did the double at Brands Hatch, Tommy had the double at Cadwell Park and then Josh did it at Donington and I hope that now it will be out turn at Assen. We are all riding at the top of our game and now it is the Showdown third places are not enough, we need wins. I am looking forward to taking our circus to Europe and putting on a great show, we are pumped up for this event and the talking stops now.”

Jon Kirkham:

“I am really looking forward to going to Assen this weekend. It’s a real fast, flowing track and on those kind of sections at Donington that was where we were strong so that puts us in good stead. I have qualified well at the last two rounds but just struggled in the races. We have had a test at the circuit though so we know what we need to do straight away and it should be a brilliant weekend.”

Havier Beltran, Team Manager:

“Heading into the Showdown we now arrive at a crucial part of the season and expectations are high for the whole team. We know that every point counts and that we can challenge at the front of the field; at the same time, Assen being a new track could throw up some new scenarios and this world class circuit could shake things up. The Samsung Honda team are all looking forward to the new challenge and we hope that we can start the Showdown in the strongest possible way.”
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Sam 22 Sep 2012 - 4:37

The historic venue of Assen is the venue for round ten of the 2012 MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship and the Rapid Solicitors Racing Team are heading over to Holland in confident mood.

Having missed the last couple of rounds due to sustaining a shoulder injury, Shane 'Shakey' Byrne will start the first of the three 'Showdown' meetings with all to play for as he holds third place in the standings just 12 points down on series leader Tommy Hill.

The former double BSB champion from the Isle of Sheppey tested at Snetterton yesterday and was happy enough with his progress so is looking to add to his four wins so far this season in his quest to add to his British Superbike titles of 2003 and 2008.

Shakey is one of the most experienced riders around the Dutch track having ridden in four World Superbike Championship races there during 2009 and 2010 for Sterilgarda Ducati, scoring two eighths, a ninth and an 11th place finish, and previous to that, in 2004, rode for the MS Aprilia MotoGP Team but retired in the race after a strong showing in practice.

Also with good Assen experience is team-mate Stuart Easton who bounced back from his mid season injury problems with a superb pair of results at Donington Park in the last round. The former British Supersport Champion claimed a seventh in race one with a fourth in race two and is looking to end the season on a high for the Penrith-based team.

The Scotsman from Hawick scored a tenth place finish aboard a 749cc Ducati for the SC Manila Grace in the World Supersport Championship race back in 2006 and more recently has World Superbike Championship experience around Assen when he deputised for the injured Broc Parkes on the factory Kawasaki in 2009 and was placed 18th in the opening race.

Whereas Byrne will be looking towards the British Superbike Championship as one of the six designated 'Title Fighters', whereby he had qualified for the Showdown stage prior to his accident at Cadwell Park, Easton has his eyes firmly set on the BSB Rider's Cup which will go to the rider who finishes as best of the rest and currently, he holds fifth position, just 27 points off the top spot.

Shane Byrne:

"I love Assen and have plenty of experience in both MotoGP and WSB so for me it's the ideal place to start the Showdown. My shoulder is getting better all the time and I had a good run out around Snetterton yesterday so hopefully it will be OK once we get out on track. Assen is a very physically demanding track and it won't be easy but I'll be doing my best. My initial aim is to do the best job I possibly can this weekend and by Silverstone and Brands Hatch, I should be a lot stronger in those final two rounds. I'm really looking forward to racing at Assen as I think it will be one of the best meetings of the year so I can't wait to get started."

Stuart Easton:

"It was good to get back to some decent results at Donington and I'm hoping we can continue that momentum into Assen. It's a track I've ridden at a couple of times before and I really enjoy the flowing nature so I'm looking forward to it. No one has lots of track time around there so it could spring a few surprises and it's good to race somewhere a bit different. I'll be doing my best to get a pair of good results for my Rider's Cup aspirations and hopefully I can take a few points off Shakey's rivals to help him in the Showdown."
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Sam 22 Sep 2012 - 4:39

American PJ Jacobsen will make his British Supersport debut this weekend at Assen in the Netherlands aboard a Tyco Suzuki GSX-R600.

The 18-year-old New Yorker has been in the news since his Superstock debut in Tyco Suzuki livery back in July; and following his victory at Donington Park two weeks ago Team Manager Philip Neill has rubber-stamped his request to finally race the team's 2011 British Championship-winning GSX-R600.

Jacobsen will not test his number #99 Tyco Suzuki GSX-R600 - that Alastair Seeley raced to the top-step of the British Championship podium - before the opening session at Assen on Friday, but with previous circuit experience and working with the current British Supersport Championship-winning team, the young American is confident of putting in a solid performance.



PJ Jacobsen:

"I'm really pumped to be getting to ride the Tyco Suzuki GSX-R600. It's a proven Championship-winning bike and, having compared some lap times from last year, I know the bike is up to the job; and the rest is just down to me. Donington was great for everyone, but Assen will be a whole new experience. I'm with a great team and a great bunch of guys, who I'm having a lot of fun with, so I just can't wait to get on the gas!"

Philip Neill - Team Manager:

"After a great weekend at Donington with three wins, which included PJ's superb performance in the Superstock class, it obviously generated an immediate discussion on his future within our team.

"PJ's initial contact with me was always based on a Supersport ride, and even though our intention was not to compete in the class this year, it was a pretty easy decision for TAS Racing and our sponsors Tyco Security Products to make following Donington Park. Even though he has yet to ride our Championship-winning GSX-R600, PJ has ridden Assen before and it's a unique opportunity at an iconic circuit that we just couldn't overlook."
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Sam 22 Sep 2012 - 4:44

The MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship debuted on the legendary Assen circuit this morning with Shane 'Shakey' Byrne returning from his shoulder injury to top the timesheets ahead of his Title Fighter rivals onboard the Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki.

Byrne had done an initial run of 14 laps to test his shoulder and was feeling positive after the stint on track before heading back out to complete the session and toppling Title Fighter Alex Lowes, who put his previous experience of testing the World Championship Honda to use as he led until the closing minutes of the session.

Josh Brookes moved back up the order on his final stint on circuit to go third fastest on the Tyco Suzuki ahead of Luca Scassa on the leading Padgetts Honda who has extensive circuit knowledge from his time in the World Supersport Championship. Title Fighter and standings leader ahead of this weekend, Tommy Hill was fifth fastest ahead of Swan Yamaha team-mate Noriyuki Haga after leading the early stages of the session.

Supersonic BMW's Tommy Bridewell was seventh with the last of the Title Fighters, Samsung Honda's Michael Laverty in 13th position. On his debut with the Splitlath Redmond Racing team Jakub Smrz impressed in eighth ahead of Ian Lowry and Jon Kirkham.

MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship, Assen, free practice one:

Shane Byrne (Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki) 1m:38.651s
Alex Lowes (WFR Honda) +0.482s
Josh Brookes (Tyco Suzuki) +0.549s
Luca Scassa (Padgetts Honda) +0.627s
Tommy Hill (Swan Yamaha) +0.904s
Noriyuki Haga (Swan Yamaha) +0.934s
Tommy Bridewell (Supersonic BMW) +1.257s
Jakub Smrz (Splitlath Redmond Racing) +1.298s
Ian Lowry (Padgetts Honda) +1.354s
Jon Kirkham (Samsung Honda) +1.378s



Title Fighter Alex Lowes fired a warning to his rivals this afternoon by ending the second session fastest at Assen as the WFR Honda rider waited until the closing moments to move ahead of Tyco Suzuki's Josh Brookes whilst defending champion Tommy Hill crashed out of the session unhurt.

Lowes had started the session strongly by setting the pace in the early stages ahead of Michael Laverty on the Samsung Honda; he continued to improve his times but ended the session fourth fastest as he bids to close the 21 point deficit. Australian Brookes moved ahead with just over ten minutes to go but Lowes hit back by edging 0.282 seconds ahead.

Shane 'Shakey' Byrne returning from his shoulder injury this weekend was third fastest on the Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki after topping the opening session, with Jakub Smrz again proving he has already got to grips with the Splitlath Redmond Racing Aprilia in fifth.

It was a nightmare session for the Swan Yamaha team as Tommy Hill crashed out unhurt at turn seven with just over ten minutes remaining to end the session ninth whilst Noriyuki Haga suffered a technical problem that sidelined him for the final half of the second free practice.

Buildbase BMW's Barry Burrell improved his pace to move inside the top ten in sixth ahead of Patric Muff and Luca Scassa on the leading Padgetts Honda as Ian Lowry crashed out unhurt. Chris Walker completed the top ten whilst the final Title Fighter Tommy Bridewell was twelfth fastest.

MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship, Assen, free practice two:

Alex Lowes (WFR Honda) 1:37.893s
Josh Brookes (Tyco Suzuki) +0.282s
Shane Byrne (Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki) +0.572s
Michael Laverty (Samsung Honda) +0.868s
Jakub Smrz (Splitlath Redmond Racing) +0.950s
Barry Burrell (Buildbase BMW) +1.071s
Patric Muff (Supersonic BMW) +1.182s
Luca Scassa (Padgetts Honda) +1.204s
Tommy Hill (Swan Yamaha) +1.261s
Chris Walker (Pr1mo Bournemouth Kawasaki) +1.370s
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Sam 22 Sep 2012 - 4:54

Smrz a fait le meilleur temps de la 3ème séance libre ; on peut dire qu'il s'acclimate bien !!

Est ce le même team que celui de Florian Marino en début d'année ? J'ai pas suivi de près...
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Sam 22 Sep 2012 - 5:13

Oui.
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Sam 22 Sep 2012 - 8:01

La piste sechait peu à peu.
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Sam 22 Sep 2012 - 8:30

Résultats des qualifs

1 A. Lowes Team WFR Honda
2 M. Laverty Samsung Honda
3 J. Smrz Splitlath-Redmond Racing
4 T. Hill Swan Yamaha
5 J. Brookes Tyco Suzuki
6 L. Scassa Padgett's Honda
7 S. Byrne Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki
8 S. Easton Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki
9 T. Bridewell Supersonic BMW
10 P. Hickman Buildbase BMW
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Sam 22 Sep 2012 - 9:22

31eme place pour JennyTinmouth. A quand une femme en superbike francais et des triumph en supersport?

MCE British Superbike qualifying practice - conditions dry
1 22 Alex LOWES GBR Honda - Team WFR 1:38.656 1:38.515 1:37.390
2 7 Michael LAVERTY GBR Honda - Samsung Honda 1:38.975 1:38.352 1:37.571
3 96 Jakub SMRZ CZE Aprilia - Splitlath Redmond 1:39.145 1:38.651 1:37.827
4 1 Tommy HILL GBR Yamaha - Swan Yamaha 1:38.869 1:38.729 1:37.918
5 2 Josh BROOKES AUS Suzuki - Tyco Suzuki 1:38.816 1:38.821 1:38.095
6 99 Luca SCASSA ITA Honda - Padgetts Honda 1:38.852 1:38.465 1:38.191
7 67 Shane BYRNE GBR Kawasaki - Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki 1:38.437 1:38.169 1:38.346
8 3 Stuart EASTON GBR Kawasaki - Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki 1:39.209 1:38.782 1:38.448
9 46 Tommy BRIDEWELL GBR BMW - Supersonic Racing Team 1:39.287 1:38.568 1:38.458
10 60 Peter HICKMAN GBR BMW - Buildbase BMW Motorrad 1:39.165 1:38.791 1:38.701
11 24 Patric MUFF SUI BMW - Supersonic Racing Team 1:39.161 1:38.908
12 77 Barry BURRELL GBR BMW - Buildbase BMW Motorrad 1:38.971 1:38.929
13 10 Jon KIRKHAM GBR Honda - Samsung Honda 1:39.180 1:38.936
14 41 Noriyuki HAGA JPN Yamaha - Swan Yamaha 1:38.943 1:38.951
15 127 Robbin HARMS DEN Honda - Doodson Motorsport 1:39.121 1:39.155
16 27 James WESTMORELAND GBR Honda - Team WFR 1:39.437 1:39.167
17 9 Chris WALKER GBR Kawasaki - Pr1mo Bournemouth Kawasaki Racing 1:39.674 1:39.244
18 4 Michael RUTTER GBR Kawasaki - MSS Bathams Kawasaki 1:39.596 1:39.360
19 17 Troy HERFOSS AUS Aprilia - Splitlath Redmond 1:39.891 1:39.646
20 83 Danny BUCHAN GBR Kawasaki - MSS Bathams Kawasaki 1:39.706 1:39.958
21 5 Ian LOWRY GBR Honda - Padgetts Honda 1:39.891
22 68 Karl HARRIS GBR Kawasaki - Quattro Plant Kawasaki Superbike Team 1:40.039
23 34 Alastair SEELEY GBR Suzuki - Tyco Suzuki 1:40.405
24 51 Luke QUIGLEY GBR Honda - GBmoto Racing 1:40.565
25 28 Victor COX GBR Kawasaki - Pr1mo Bournemouth Kawasaki Racing 1:40.660
26 33 Tristan PALMER GBR Honda - GBmoto Racing 1:41.311
27 70 Tom GRANT GBR Kawasaki - Quattro Plant Kawasaki Superbike Team 1:41.589
28 21 Tom TUNSTALL GBR Honda - Doodson Motorsport 1:41.999
29 88 Scott SMART GBRDucati - Moto Rapido Racing 1:42.853
30 64 Aaron ZANOTTI GBR Suzuki - A-Plant Suzuki 1:43.180
31 8 Jenny TINMOUTH GBR Honda - Hardinge Sorrymate.com Honda 1:44.485
32 36 Abdulaziz BINLADIN KSADucati - Moto Rapido Racing 1:45.907

Motorpoint British Supersport qualifying practice - conditions wet
1 12 Luke MOSSEY Triumph - Smiths (Gloucester) Racing 1:45.444 9 9 96.35
2 5 David PATON Yamaha - Double 'M' Racing 1:45.995 8 8 0.551 0.551 95.85
3 21 Christian IDDON Triumph - Oxford TAG Triumph 1:46.098 10 10 0.654 0.103 95.76
4 15 Ben WILSON Kawasaki - Gearlink Kawasaki 1:47.337 10 10 1.893 1.239 94.65
5 82 C Luke JONES Triumph - 777RR Triumph / T3 Racing 1:47.869 4 4 2.425 0.532 94.18
6 47 Richard COOPER Triumph - Oxford TAG Triumph 1:48.049 12 12 2.605 0.180 94.03
7 99 PJ JACOBSEN Suzuki - Tyco Suzuki 1:48.197 12 12 2.753 0.148 93.90
8 2 C Glenn IRWIN Yamaha - Met Healthcare/Megastore 247 1:48.541 4 4 3.097 0.344 93.60
9 7 Deane BROWN Yamaha - Team Colin Appleyard/Macadam 1:48.628 10 10 3.184 0.087 93.53
10 85 Raymond SCHOUTEN Yamaha - Seton Tuning Yamaha 1:49.112 6 6 3.668 0.484 93.11
11 3 Billy McCONNELL Triumph - Smiths (Gloucester) Racing 1:49.622 9 10 4.178 0.510 92.68
12 75 Glen RICHARDS Triumph - Smiths (Gloucester) Racing 1:49.987 9 10 4.543 0.365 92.37
13 79 Pauli PEKKANEN Triumph - 777 RR Triumph 1:50.348 10 10 4.904 0.361 92.07
14 25 Brodie WATERS Suzuki - Hampshire Motorcycles Waterlooville 1:50.350 12 12 4.906 0.002 92.07
15 23 Shaun WINFIELD Triumph - Oxford TAG Triumph 1:51.353 7 7 5.909 1.003 91.24
16 55 Pepijn BIJSTERBOSCH Yamaha - Start Racing 1:51.376 14 14 5.932 0.023 91.22
17 77 Taylor MACKENZIE Yamaha - MarTrain Yamaha Racing 1:51.939 8 8 6.495 0.563 90.76
18 94 Samuel HORNSEY Suzuki - RLR Motorsports 1:52.141 12 12 6.697 0.202 90.60
19 74 Dean HIPWELL Yamaha - Globalnet Telecom/Bladen Electrical 1:52.148 11 11 6.704 0.007 90.59
20 27 C Dan STEWART Honda - Wilcock Consulting 1:52.170 10 10 6.726 0.022 90.57
21 65 Nikki COATES Yamaha - Team Colin Appleyard/Macadam 1:52.296 9 11 6.852 0.126 90.47
22 17 C Ben FIELD Honda - Ben Field Racing 1:52.844 11 11 7.400 0.548 90.03
23 66 C Mark DAVIES Kawasaki - Mackrory Racing 1:52.973 14 14 7.529 0.129 89.93
24 8 Luke STAPLEFORD Kawasaki - Profile Kawasaki 1:53.093 14 14 7.649 0.120 89.83
25 22 C Jonathan LODGE Triumph - ANR -TSS Racing 1:54.606 9 9 9.162 1.513 88.65
26 20 Dan COOPER Kawasaki - Gearlink Kawasaki 1:54.893 4 5 9.449 0.287 88.43
27 33 C Gary WINFIELD Triumph - Oxford TAG Triumph 1:57.019 11 11 11.575 2.126 86.82
28 6 C Craig NEVE Triumph - ANR -TSS Racing 1:57.863 12 13 12.419 0.844 86.20
29 100 C Matt LAYT Triumph - Formwise / Close Brothers Racing 1:57.904 7 7 12.460 0.041 86.17
30 11 John SIMPSON Triumph - Trickbits/FBM perfprmance 1:58.737 8 9 13.293 0.833 85.56
31 4 Jack KENNEDY Yamaha - MarTrain Yamaha Racing 1:58.809 3 3 13.365 0.072 85.51
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Sam 22 Sep 2012 - 9:33

Triumph , en 2011 ils y en avaient en FSBK , donc une pilotée par J Enjolras ( même 2 ) , beaucoup d' ennuis , pourquoi , je ne sais .
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Sam 22 Sep 2012 - 9:49

C'est ça le problème, les anglais arrivent à les faire marcher et très bien même vu le niveau du championnat.





Attention - orthographe & ponctuation. Merci.
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Dim 23 Sep 2012 - 0:39

Jenny Tinmouth, a ma connaissance la seule femme au monde a courir en superbike


Michael Rutter

Michael Laverty

Ian Lowry

Shane Byrne

Patric Muff

Luca Scassa

Josh Brookes

Robin Harms

Noriyuki Kaga

Alex Lowes

Tim Reeves & Ashley Hawes

John Holden &Andy Winkle
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Dim 23 Sep 2012 - 1:03

Hill had been working hard on chassis and gearing settings and bounced back from yesterday's crash to be in contention for the pole position. In qualifying Hill set a time to put him fourth on the grid before a light rain shower ended his chances of pushing Alex Lowes for the first pole position at the circuit. Noriyuki Haga will start from the fourth row of the grid in fourteenth position.

Hill said:

"Every time we have gone out here this weekend we have been making chassis and gearing changes and it is a different feeling here with the bike compared to some of the previous circuits we have raced on. To be honest with the changing conditions I was pretty shocked to have done the time that I did. We have been working with the different tyre options and we had a good pace but the changeable conditions just meant we couldn't push that little bit extra today. We had some in reserve and we want to have a strong race tomorrow."

Haga said:

"I am confident on this circuit but today we did not get the right timing to go out on circuit; when we did the rain came and we couldn't push. I also made a mistake by using the same tyre at the start of the session, but tomorrow will be ok for us. We just need to have a good race now."
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Dim 23 Sep 2012 - 12:34

Assen BSB: All Sunday's race results.

MCE British Superbike race two - conditions dry.

12 Josh BROOKES AUS Suzuki - Tyco Suzuki 18 29:43.606 102.53 1:38.309 9
2 67 Shane BYRNE GBR Kawasaki - Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki 18 29:43.852 0.246 0.246 102.52 1:38.503 5
3 22 Alex LOWES GBR Honda - Team WFR 18 29:46.624 3.018 2.772 102.36 1:38.401 6
41 Tommy HILL GBR Yamaha - Swan Yamaha 18 29:46.952 3.346 0.328 102.34 1:38.490 10
5 46 Tommy BRIDEWELL GBR BMW - Supersonic Racing Team 18 29:52.680 9.074 5.728 102.01 1:38.489 4
6 41 Noriyuki HAGA JPN Yamaha - Swan Yamaha 18 29:52.746 9.140 0.066 102.01 1:38.573 3
7 7 Michael LAVERTY GBR Honda - Samsung Honda 18 29:52.851 9.245 0.105 102.00 1:38.433 3
8 27 James WESTMORELAND GBR Honda - Team WFR 18 30:00.917 17.311 8.066 101.54 1:38.893 7
9 127 Robbin HARMS DEN Honda - Doodson Motorsport 18 30:01.239 17.633 0.322 101.53 1:38.889 6
10 3 Stuart EASTON GBR Kawasaki - Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki 18 30:02.497 18.891 1.258 101.46 1:39.320 4
11 99 Luca SCASSA ITA Honda - Padgetts Honda 18 30:02.653 19.047 0.156 101.45 1:38.964 4
12 77 Barry BURRELL GBR BMW - Buildbase BMW Motorrad 18 30:03.834 20.228 1.181 101.38 1:38.485 4
13 24 Patric MUFF SUI BMW - Supersonic Racing Team 18 30:07.904 24.298 4.070 101.15 1:38.763 4
14 9 Chris WALKER GBR Kawasaki - Pr1mo Bournemouth Kawasaki Racing 18 30:08.873 25.267 0.969 101.10 1:38.968 4
15 96 Jakub SMRZ CZE Aprilia - Splitlath Redmond 18 30:09.499 25.893 0.626 101.06 1:39.453 5
16 60 Peter HICKMAN GBR BMW - Buildbase BMW Motorrad 18 30:20.067 36.461 10.568 100.48 1:39.792 3
175 Ian LOWRY GBR Honda - Padgetts Honda 18 30:26.047 42.441 5.980 100.15 1:40.305 15
18 17 Troy HERFOSS AUS Aprilia - Splitlath Redmond 18 30:27.407 43.801 1.360 100.07 1:39.944 2
19 4 Michael RUTTER GBR Kawasaki - MSS Bathams Kawasaki 18 30:27.540 43.934 0.133 100.07 1:40.058 2
20 34 Alastair SEELEY GBR Suzuki - Tyco Suzuki 18 30:32.303 48.697 4.763 99.81 1:40.601 3
21 51 Luke QUIGLEY GBR Honda - GBmoto Racing 18 30:41.415 57.809 9.112 99.31 1:40.445 5
22 33 Tristan PALMER GBR Honda - GBmoto Racing 18 30:43.147 59.541 1.732 99.22 1:40.944 5
23 70 Tom GRANT GBR Kawasaki - Quattro Plant Kawasaki Superbike Team 18 31:05.510 1:21.904 22.363 98.03 1:41.810 2
24 64 Aaron ZANOTTI GBR Suzuki - A-Plant Suzuki 17 29:43.934 1 lap 1 lap 96.82 1:42.157 2
25 8 Jenny TINMOUTH GBR Honda - Hardinge Sorrymate.com Honda 17 30:09.177 1 lap 25.243 95.47 1:43.980 4
NOT CLASSIFIED
DNF 28 Victor COX GBR Kawasaki - Pr1mo Bournemouth Kawasaki Racing 17 28:57.363 1 lap 99.41 1:40.795 4
DNF 10 Jon KIRKHAM GBR Honda - Samsung Honda 16 27:20.275 2 laps 1 lap 99.10 1:40.091 2
DNF 83 Danny BUCHAN GBR Kawasaki - MSS Bathams Kawasaki 9 15:22.932 9 laps 7 laps 99.07 1:40.330 4
DNF 68 Karl HARRIS GBR Kawasaki - Quattro Plant Kawasaki Superbike Team 7 12:11.174 11 laps 2 laps 97.26 1:40.103 5
DNF 88 Scott SMART GBR Ducati - Moto Rapido Racing 7 12:35.893 11 laps 24.719 94.08 1:41.068 5

MCE British Superbike race one - conditions dry

1 67 Shane BYRNE GBR Kawasaki - Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki 18 29:45.302 102.43 1:38.295 3
22 Josh BROOKES AUS Suzuki - Tyco Suzuki 18 29:50.033 4.731 4.731 102.16 1:38.300 7
3 22 Alex LOWES GBR Honda - Team WFR 18 29:50.183 4.881 0.150 102.15 1:38.314 5
4 99 Luca SCASSA ITA Honda - Padgetts Honda 18 29:54.629 9.327 4.446 101.90 1:38.570 5
5 41 Noriyuki HAGA JPN Yamaha - Swan Yamaha 18 29:55.326 10.024 0.697 101.86 1:38.072 4
6 46 Tommy BRIDEWELL GBR BMW - Supersonic Racing Team 18 29:56.328 11.026 1.002 101.80 1:38.414 2
7 7 Michael LAVERTY GBR Honda - Samsung Honda 18 29:56.840 11.538 0.512 101.78 1:38.245 6
8 27 James WESTMORELAND GBR Honda - Team WFR 18 30:02.462 17.160 5.622 101.46 1:38.928 7
9 3 Stuart EASTON GBR Kawasaki - Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki 18 30:08.439 23.137 5.977 101.12 1:38.414 2
10 127 Robbin HARMS DEN Honda - Doodson Motorsport 18 30:08.594 23.292 0.155 101.11 1:38.799 4
11 24 Patric MUFF SUI BMW - Supersonic Racing Team 18 30:08.883 23.581 0.289 101.10 1:38.871 4
12 77 Barry BURRELL GBR BMW - Buildbase BMW Motorrad 18 30:09.587 24.285 0.704 101.06 1:39.437 5
13 10 Jon KIRKHAM GBR Honda - Samsung Honda 18 30:10.086 24.784 0.499 101.03 1:39.467 6
145 Ian LOWRY GBR Honda - Padgetts Honda 18 30:16.125 30.823 6.039 100.69 1:39.671 9
15 9 Chris WALKER GBR Kawasaki - Pr1mo Bournemouth Kawasaki Racing 18 30:19.899 34.597 3.774 100.49 1:39.359 4
16 83 Danny BUCHAN GBR Kawasaki - MSS Bathams Kawasaki 18 30:20.510 35.208 0.611 100.45 1:38.782 3
17 4 Michael RUTTER GBR Kawasaki - MSS Bathams Kawasaki 18 30:20.590 35.288 0.080 100.45 1:39.607 3
18 68 Karl HARRIS GBR Kawasaki - Quattro Plant Kawasaki Superbike Team 18 30:21.476 36.174 0.886 100.40 1:39.344 4
19 34 Alastair SEELEY GBR Suzuki - Tyco Suzuki 18 30:33.336 48.034 11.860 99.75 1:39.854 5
20 88 Scott SMART GBR Ducati - Moto Rapido Racing 18 30:47.565 1:02.263 14.229 98.98 1:41.518 5
21 51 Luke QUIGLEY GBR Honda - GBmoto Racing 18 30:49.136 1:03.834 1.571 98.90 1:41.505 2
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DNF 60 Peter HICKMAN GBR BMW - Buildbase BMW Motorrad 12 20:11.203 6 laps 6 laps 100.66 1:39.565 4
DNF 96 Jakub SMRZ CZE Aprilia - Splitlath Redmond 11 18:17.552 7 laps 1 lap 101.82 1:38.927 8
DNF 21 Tom TUNSTALL GBR Honda - Doodson Motorsport 11 19:00.181 7 laps 42.629 98.02 1:41.754 5
DNF 17 Troy HERFOSS AUS Aprilia - Splitlath Redmond 7 27:48.590 11 laps 4 laps 42.62 1:40.861 6
DNF1 Tommy HILL GBR Yamaha - Swan Yamaha 6 11:00.772 12 laps 1 lap 92.25 1:38.008 4
DNF 70 Tom GRANT GBR Kawasaki - Quattro Plant Kawasaki Superbike Team 5 8:53.944 13 laps 1 lap 95.14 1:41.957 2
DNF 8 Jenny TINMOUTH GBR Honda - Hardinge Sorrymate.com Honda 3 5:36.764 15 laps 2 laps 90.50 1:43.499 2
DNF 28 Victor COX GBR Kawasaki - Pr1mo Bournemouth Kawasaki Racing 0
DNF 33 Tristan PALMER GBR Honda - GBmoto Racing 0

Motorpoint British Supersport race two - conditions dry

1 99 PJ JACOBSEN Suzuki - Tyco Suzuki 15 25:24.960 99.93 1:40.634 5
2 21 Christian IDDON Triumph - Oxford TAG Triumph 15 25:25.070 0.110 0.110 99.93 1:40.338 6
3 75 Glen RICHARDS Triumph - Smiths (Gloucester) Racing 15 25:25.222 0.262 0.152 99.92 1:40.390 4
4 85 Raymond SCHOUTEN Yamaha - Seton Tuning Yamaha 15 25:25.460 0.500 0.238 99.90 1:40.539 4
5 47 Richard COOPER Triumph - Oxford TAG Triumph 15 25:25.666 0.706 0.206 99.89 1:40.690 5
6 2 C Glenn IRWIN Yamaha - Met Healthcare/Megastore 247 15 25:34.889 9.929 9.223 99.29 1:40.973 3
7 15 Ben WILSON Kawasaki - Gearlink Kawasaki 15 25:34.963 10.003 0.074 99.28 1:40.632 4
8 82 C Luke JONES Triumph - 777RR Triumph / T3 Racing 15 25:43.508 18.548 8.545 98.73 1:41.587 3
9 12 Luke MOSSEY Triumph - Smiths (Gloucester) Racing 15 25:46.761 21.801 3.253 98.53 1:41.298 3
10 3 Billy McCONNELL Triumph - Smiths (Gloucester) Racing 15 25:57.297 32.337 10.536 97.86 1:42.626 3
11 25 Brodie WATERS Suzuki - Hampshire Motorcycles Waterlooville 15 26:00.787 35.827 3.490 97.64 1:41.925 3
125 David PATON Yamaha - Double 'M' Racing 15 26:01.434 36.474 0.647 97.60 1:42.500 7
13 11 John SIMPSON Triumph - Trickbits/FBM perfprmance 15 26:01.570 36.610 0.136 97.59 1:42.285 7
14 65 Nikki COATES Yamaha - Team Colin Appleyard/Macadam 15 26:01.738 36.778 0.168 97.58 1:41.996 3
15 74 Dean HIPWELL Yamaha - Globalnet Telecom/Bladen Electrical 15 26:07.061 42.101 5.323 97.25 1:42.204 7
16 55 Pepijn BIJSTERBOSCH Yamaha - Start Racing 15 26:07.697 42.737 0.636 97.21 1:43.331 8
17 20 Dan COOPER Kawasaki - Gearlink Kawasaki 15 26:09.270 44.310 1.573 97.11 1:43.258 4
18 8 Luke STAPLEFORD Kawasaki - Profile Kawasaki 15 26:12.730 47.770 3.460 96.90 1:43.498 5
19 23 Shaun WINFIELD Triumph - Oxford TAG Triumph 15 26:15.355 50.395 2.625 96.74 1:43.543 4
20 17 C Ben FIELD Honda - Ben Field Racing 15 26:18.787 53.827 3.432 96.53 1:43.749 10
21 27 C Dan STEWART Honda - Wilcock Consulting 15 26:19.039 54.079 0.252 96.51 1:43.975 9
22 22 C Jonathan LODGE Triumph - ANR -TSS Racing 15 26:29.866 1:04.906 10.827 95.85 1:44.057 8
23 100 C Matt LAYT Triumph - Formwise / Close Brothers Racing 15 26:40.005 1:15.045 10.139 95.25 1:44.792 9
24 6 C Craig NEVE Triumph - ANR -TSS Racing 15 26:40.062 1:15.102 0.057 95.24 1:44.261 8
25 66 C Mark DAVIES Kawasaki - Mackrory Racing 15 27:04.045 1:39.085 23.983 93.84 1:46.129 2
26 33 C Gary WINFIELD Triumph - Oxford TAG Triumph 14 25:33.720 1 lap 1 lap 92.74 1:46.889 8
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DNF 4 Jack KENNEDY Yamaha - MarTrain Yamaha Racing 5 8:29.962 10 laps 9 laps 99.61 1:40.427 5
DNF7 Deane BROWN Yamaha - Team Colin Appleyard/Macadam 4 6:54.474 11 laps 1 lap 98.05 1:41.135 3
DNF 77 Taylor MACKENZIE Yamaha - MarTrain Yamaha Racing 0
DNF 79 Pauli PEKKANEN Triumph - 777 RR Triumph 0
DNF 94 Samuel HORNSEY Suzuki - RLR Motorsports 0

Monster British Motostar - conditions dry

1 51 D Bryan SCHOUTEN Honda - Dutch Racing Team 12 21:39.066 93.85 1:47.299 7
2 71 D Thomas van LEEUWEN KTM - Racing Team Vanleeuwen 12 21:43.563 4.497 4.497 93.52 1:46.912 12
3 195 D Scott DEROUE KTM - 12 21:45.127 6.061 1.564 93.41 1:47.613 7
4 1 C Kyle RYDE Honda - Metmachex SHR Wilson Craig Honda 12 21:45.281 6.215 0.154 93.40 1:47.926 9
5 21 D Jerry van de BUNT Honda - RVB Racing BV 12 21:46.470 7.404 1.189 93.32 1:47.823 8
6 186 D Henning FLATHAUG Honda - Spring Energy 12 21:48.090 9.024 1.620 93.20 1:47.694 6
7 34 C Jordan WEAVING Honda - SP125 / Jordan Racing 12 22:02.084 23.018 13.994 92.21 1:48.300 3
8 33 C Joe IRVING Honda - e3 motorsport 12 22:02.252 23.186 0.168 92.20 1:48.838 8
9 46 D Marcel ter BRAAKE Honda - 12 22:05.765 26.699 3.513 91.96 1:49.325 6
10 25 D Mike BROUWERS Honda - 12 22:05.884 26.818 0.119 91.95 1:49.159 11
11 95 C Tarran MACKENZIE KTM - Redline KTM 12 22:06.942 27.876 1.058 91.88 1:49.443 7
12 27 Catherine GREEN Seel Honda - RS Racing 12 22:07.088 28.022 0.146 91.87 1:49.272 5
13 22 C Luke HEDGER Luyten Honda - FPW Racing 12 22:07.139 28.073 0.051 91.86 1:49.552 2
14 45 C Olly SIMPSON Honda - 12 22:09.317 30.251 2.178 91.71 1:49.061 5
15 124 D Tasia RODINK - 12 22:27.394 48.328 18.077 90.48 1:51.292 5
16 4 Philip WAKEFIELD Seel - PWR / Sandbach Scrap Metal 12 22:27.707 48.641 0.313 90.46 1:51.173 4
17 86 D Wesley JONKER Honda - 12 22:38.390 59.324 10.683 89.75 1:51.483 11
18 72 C Alex PERSSON Honda - Nordgren Racing 12 22:38.461 59.395 0.071 89.75 1:51.616 12
19 10 Peter SUTHERLAND Aprilia - Kinpac Racing 12 22:38.799 59.733 0.338 89.72 1:51.265 12
20 36 C Bradley HUGHES RCS - Repli-Cast UK / RCS Racing 12 22:39.007 59.941 0.208 89.71 1:51.673 12
21 35 Elliot LODGE Honda - SP125 / SpikeRacing 12 22:40.379 1:01.313 1.372 89.62 1:52.110 3
22 52 C Tommy PHILP Honda - Berkshire Motorcycle Centre 12 22:47.327 1:08.261 6.948 89.16 1:52.336 8
23 24 C Xavier ZAYAT Honda - SGR Racing 12 23:07.019 1:27.953 19.692 87.90 1:54.158 2
24 91 Ian STANFORD Honda - Stanford Racing 12 23:11.845 1:32.779 4.826 87.59 1:54.303 2
25 44 Daniel HERMANSSON Honda - Bjorback Racing 12 23:12.338 1:33.272 0.493 87.56 1:54.101 2
26 42 C James HOBSON Honda - Two 4 Motorsport 12 23:25.284 1:46.218 12.946 86.75 1:55.472 5
27 92 D Jeffry POSTHUMA Honda - 11 22:07.290 1 lap 1 lap 84.20 1:57.975 4
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DNF 61 D Ernst DUBBINK Honda - 9 16:38.708 3 laps 2 laps 91.55 1:47.722 3
DNF 142 D Brian SLOOTEN Bakker - Bakker Frames Moto3 9 17:33.145 3 laps 54.437 86.82 1:51.986 6
DNF 40 C Joe FRANCIS Honda - Banks Racing 7 13:01.323 5 laps 2 laps 91.02 1:49.767 4
DNF 99 D Miguel Correia LOURENCO Honda - 7 14:53.579 5 laps 1:52.256 79.59 2:04.075 6
DNF 41 C Jake BAYFORD Honda - j4ke.com 4 7:57.076 8 laps 3 laps 85.18 1:56.570 3
DNF 28 C Bradley RAY Honda - SP125 / FAB-Racing 4 17:16.248 8 laps 9:19.172 39.21 1:48.637 3
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Lun 24 Sep 2012 - 2:00

PJ Jacobsen qui gagne la 2eme course en supersport.

Christian Iddon avec la Triumph qui gagne la 1ere course et finit 2nd de la 2eme course en supersport.

Haga

Ian Lowry

Shane Byrne qui gagne la 1ere course et finit 2nd de la 2eme course en superbike.

Josh Brookes qui gagne la 2eme course et finit 2nd de la 1ere course en superbike.
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Lun 24 Sep 2012 - 2:03

Quelqu'un sait ce qui s'est passé pour Hill avant le départ de la course 1? Il perd bêtement la tête du championnat...
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Lun 24 Sep 2012 - 2:05

Chute dans le tour de chauffe.
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Lun 24 Sep 2012 - 2:07

Hill a percuté un mécanicien qui traversait en courant et qui a heurté le levier de frein et soleil! Les mécaniciens de Hill n'avait pas assez de temps pour réparer la moto.

Je ne sais pas si la percussion a eu lieu sur la pit lane ou sur la grille en se plaçant suite au tour de formation.
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Lun 24 Sep 2012 - 2:09

Quel dommage. J'ai pris la rediffusion qu'au moment du départ... J'avais raté ce "détail"
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Lun 24 Sep 2012 - 2:15

rosenoire a écrit:
Hill a percuté un mécanicien qui traversait en courant et qui a heurté le levier de frein et soleil! Les mécaniciens de Hill n'avait pas assez de temps pour réparer la moto.

Je ne sais pas si la percussion a eu lieu sur la pit lane ou sur la grille en se plaçant suite au tour de formation.
Si il avait eu la protection de levier de frein Rizoma il aurait échappé à ce stupide incident
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Lun 24 Sep 2012 - 2:17

C'est également la réaction que j'ai eu quand j'ai entendu parler de cet incident
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Lun 24 Sep 2012 - 2:18

Je sens que je vais m'en acheter une pour ma jolie petite R6, c'est le genre de gadget qui peut éviter bien des ennuis!
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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Lun 24 Sep 2012 - 5:58

Drole de mésaventure pour Victor Cox , pilote dans le team Pr1mo Bournemouth Kawasaki qui a vu sa moto le trahir dans la dernière chicane du dernier tour juste avant la ligne d'arrivée ! (regardez sa roue arrière )

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MessageSujet: Re: [BSB] Assen   Lun 24 Sep 2012 - 6:08

C'est le mec dont la jante a explosé c'est ça?

Impressionnant!!! affraid
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