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Suzuki Improves On World Endurance Grid
Posted by: newsla on Aug 22, 2014 - 04:28 PM
Suzuki Improves On World Endurance Grid

Reigning World Champions Suzuki Endurance Racing Team will start the Oschersleben World Endurance third round in Germany from sixth position on the grid.


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With team rider Vincent Philippe back from injury - after missing the previous round at Suzuka in Japan at the end of July following his crash at the opening Bol d’Or event in France - SERT team-mates Anthony Delhalle and Erwan Nigon both improved the team’s times for tomorrow’s eight-hour event.

Delhalle upped his qualifying-time on the GSX-R1000 yesterday of 1:28.241 to 1:27.941 this afternoon and Nigon improved his 1:27.853 to a 1:27.702. Philippe also put in lap time of 1:27.848 in his first ride back for the Le Mans, France-based team.

Pole was set by Superstock team Penz13.com Autowelt Racing (BMW) with an combined-time of 1:27.203, with SRC Kawasaki second ahead of Monster Energy Yamaha and current series leaders Yamaha Racing GMT 94 in fourth as 600ths-of-a second separated the top six teams.

Tomorrow’s Oschersleben World Endurance Championship race starts at 12.00hrs local time (CEST) with live timing and information on www.fim-live.com throughout the event.

Oschersleben 8-Hour Friday Qualifying: 1 Penz13.com Autowelt Racing (BMW) 1:27.203, 2 SRC Kawasaki (Kawasaki) 1: 27.440, 3 Monster Energy Yamaha (Yamaha) 1:27.448, 4 Yamaha Racing GMT 94 (Yamaha) 1:27.449, 5 Honda Racing (Honda) 1:27.489, 6 SERT (Suzuki GSX-R1000) – Vincent Philippe/ Anthony Delhalle/ Erwan Nigon – 1:27.830, 7 National Motos (Honda) 1:28.151, 8 Monster Energy YART (Yamaha) 1:28.271, 9 Team Bolliger Switzerland (Kawasaki) 1:28.281, 10 Team R2CL (Suzuki GSX-R1000 - Gwen Giabbani/ Gareth Jones/ Stefan Nebel – 1:28.487.

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