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Misano (Italy), Saturday 21 June 2014 – After another tense but exciting Tissot-Superpole, Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team) will start tomorrow’s two 21 lap races at the Misano World Circuit after getting the better of Davide Giugliano (Ducati Superbike Team) and Sylvain Guintoli (Aprilia Racing Team), who will join him on the front row. Today’s pole position is the 21st of Sykes’ WSBK career, with the Englishman now tied in third place with Carl Fogarty for the most pole positions scored in the series.

 

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Tom Sykes: “The support from the Italian fans has been fantastic as always. I have been happy with my pace over race distance since the start but I knew it was over one lap that I really needed to attack the circuit. My crew guys were able to adapt the bike to take the best out of the qualifying tyre. I was able to move the bike from one side of the track to the other side of the track and hit each apex as I wanted to. We I think we have done a fantastic job. To take the circuit record from one of my racing heroes, and a very, very talented rider like Troy Corser is a very proud moment for me.”

Behind the top three, row two tomorrow will see Loris Baz (Kawasaki Racing Team), Marco Melandri (Aprilia Racing Team) and Toni Elias (Red Devils Roma Aprilia), with Chaz Davies (Ducati Superbike Team), Jonathan Rea (Pata Honda World Superbike Team) and Eugene Laverty… (read more)

Chaz Davies: “I didn’t do a bad lap on the qualifier but it wasn’t great either. I had a little vibration at the rear while braking which didn’t allow me to hold the line the line that I wanted, affecting the grip, and then I also made a small mistake in sector 1. I wasn’t able to get the best out of the qualifier, and am a little frustrated to be on the third row to be honest. Saying that, I’ve come through before and I think we have good pace so we’ll see what we can do tomorrow. I hope it’s not too hot though as that was a problem for us in Malaysia.”

World Supersport

Kenan Sofuoglu had the 7th Supersport championship Pole Position of the year snatched away from him in the closing moments of a scorching qualifying session at the Misano World Circuit – Marco Simoncelli.
The former multiple champion had an eventful session, crashing his Mahi Racing Team India Kawasaki after looking comfortable at the top of the timing sheet. The Turk would eventually finish 4th after blistering laps from Jules Cluzel (MV Agusta Reparto Corse), championship leader Michael van der… (read more)

Times: 1. Cluzel (MV Agusta) 1'38.616 average 154.271 kph; 2. Vd Mark (Honda) 1'39.083; 3. De Rosa (Honda) 1'39.090; 4. Sofuoglu (Kawasaki) 1'39.146; 5. Wilairot (Honda) 1'39.382; 6. Zanetti (Honda) 1'39.457; 7. Marino (Kawasaki) 1'39.487; 8. Jacobsen (Kawasaki) 1'39.568; 9. Tamburini (Kawasaki) 1'39.604; 10. Kennedy (Honda) 1'39.798; 11. Roccoli (MV Agusta) 1'39.963; 12. Coghlan (Yamaha) 1'39.989; 13. Rolfo (Kawasaki) 1'40.061; 14. Nocco (Kawasaki) 1'40.249; 15. Bussolotti (Honda) 1'40.350; etc.

Superstock 1000

Italian Lorenzo Savadori (Team Pedercini Kawasaki) has claimed his second career Pole Position and his second of the 2014 campaign to edge championship leader Leandro Mercado (Barni Racing Team) at the Misano World Circuit this afternoon. Just 0.042s separate the pair ahead of tomorrow’s 15 lap race with Savadori’s compatriot Fabio Massei (EAB Racing Ducati) once again on the front row in a… (read more)

Times: 1. Savadori (Kawasaki) 1'38.974 average 153.713 kph; 2. Mercado (Ducati) 1'39.016; 3. Massei (Ducati) 1'39.294; 4. Jezek (Ducati) 1'39.507; 5. Sandi (BMW) 1'39.657; 6. D'Annunzio (BMW) 1'39.823; 7. McFadden (Kawasaki) 1'40.070; 8. Lussiana (Kawasaki) 1'40.175; 9. Lanusse (Kawasaki) 1'40.190; 10. Smith (Honda) 1'40.204; 11. Calia (Aprilia) 1'40.208; 12. Nemeth (Kawasaki) 1'40.673; 13. Valk (Kawasaki) 1'40.757; 14. Muresan (BMW) 1'40.811; 15. Alarcos (Kawasaki) 1'41.189; etc.

Superstock 600 – Race

Marco Faccani (San Carlo Team Italia Kawasaki) has won the fourth round of the European Superstock 600 Championship after a close fight with compatriot Federico Caricasulo (Evan Bros. Racing Team) and with it returns to the lead of the championship. Taking the intial holeshot, Faccani tried to break away but after setting a new lap record on the second lap Federico Caricasulo set off in pursuit… (read more)

Results: 1. Faccani (Kawasaki) 13 Laps/54.938 km in 22'08.219 average 148.904 kph; 2. Caricasulo (Honda) 3.630; 3. Stirpe (Kawasaki) 6.180; 4. Tessels (Suzuki) 7.756; 5. Sabatino (Yamaha) 12.112; 6. Morrentino (Yamaha) 13.720; 7. Zaccone (Honda) 18.993; 8. Manfredi (Honda) 19.147; 9. Salvadori (Kawasaki) 19.603; 10. Tucci (Kawasaki) 19.840; 11. Duwelz (Kawasaki) 24.399; 12. Rinaldi (Yamaha) 26.126; 13. Puffe (Kawasaki) 27.307; 14. Monti (Honda) 27.521; 15. Nestorovic (Yamaha) 27.587; etc.


Standings (Round 4 of 7): 1. Faccani 81; 2. Tuuli 58; 3. Tessels 52; 4. Tucci 45; 5. Salvadori 38; 6. Manfredi 35; 7. Caricasulo 30; 8. Mikhalchik 27; 9. Casalotti 25; 10. Duwelz 23; 11. Rinaldi 19; 12. Stirpe 16; 13. Lahti 14; 14. Hartog 13; 15. Sabatino 11; 16. Morrentino 10; 17. Marchal 10; 18. Nestorovic 10; 19. Zaccone 9; 20. Puffe 6; 21. Mercandelli 5; 22. Gobbi 5; 23. Lewis 5; 24. Zeelen 5; 25. Canducci 3; 26. Monti 2; 27. Pittet 2; 28. Patronen 1.

European Junior Cup

Javier Orellana (Europ Food S.L.) has secured his second pole position of the season in the PATA European Junior Cup, powered by Honda, today at Misano. The current runner-up in the title was already in the lead during the second qualifying session when he set the 1’56.820 lap time to seal the first grid slot for tomorrow’s 10-lap race. Orellana will be joined on the front row by current points leader Augusto Fernandez (WIL Sport) and Italian Marco Malone (Iron Bike Roma).


Times: 1. Orellana 1'56.820 average 130.231 kph; 2. Fernandez 1'57.151; 3. Malone

1'57.165; 4. Perez 1'57.390; 5. Licciardi 1'57.406; 6. Hubner 1'57.439; 7. Ciprietti 1'57.651; 8. Grassia 1'57.754; 9. Fernandez 1'57.768; 10. Harland 1'58.584; 11. Soomer 1'58.622; 12. Hill 1'58.707; etc.

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