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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-03-2006, 07:03 AM Thread Starter
 
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WSS qualifying times (1) - Phillip Island.

Full World Supersport first qualifying times from round two of the 2006 world championship at Phillip Island, Australia.

1 Sebastien Charpentier ITA Winston Ten Kate Honda CBR 600RR 1min 35.869 secs
2 Broc Parkes AUS Yamaha Motor Germany YZF R6 1min 36.758 secs
3 Kevin Curtain AUS Yamaha Motor Germany YZF R6 1min 36.772 secs
4 Kenan Sofuoglu TUR Winston Ten Kate Honda CBR 600RR 1min 37.586 secs
5 Yoann Tibero FRA Megabike Honda CBR600RR 1min 37.691 secs
6 Mauro Sanchini ITA RG Team YZFR6 1min 37.865 secs
7 Robbin Harms DEN Stiggy Motorsports Honda CBR 600RR 1min 37.997 secs
8 Dean Thomas AUS Team Gil Motor Sport ZX6RR 1min 38.241 secs
9 Javier Fores SPA SLM Racing YZFR6 1min 38.38 secs
10 Christian Zaiser AUT LBR Ducati Racing Ducati 749R 1min 38.428 secs
11 Barry Veneman NED Hoegee Suzuki Racing GSX600R 1min 38.452 secs
12 Anthony Gobert AUS GMT 94 YZFR6 1min 38.499 secs
13 Didier Van Keymeulen BEL MOTO 1 1min 38.559 secs
14 Maxime Berger FRA Team Gil Motor Sport ZX6RR 1min 38.73 secs
15 Tatu Lauslehto FIN Dark Dog Stiggy Motorsport CBR600RR 1min 38.779 secs
16 William De Angelis ITA Klaffi Intermoto Czech Republic CBR600RR 1min 38.836 secs
18 Gregory Leblanc FRA Vazy Racing Team CBR600RR 1min 38.884 secs
19 Joshua Brookes AUS Team Ducati SC - Carrachi Ducati 749R 1min 39.01 secs
21 Sebastien Le Grelle BEL Legrelle Honda Belgium CBR 600RR 1min 39.039 secs
22 Gianluca Nannelli ITA Kopron Edo Racing YZFR6 1min 39.239 secs
23 Massimo Roccoli ITA Yamaha Team Italia YZFR6 1min 39.449 secs
24 Kai Borre Andersen NOR Hoegee Suzuki Racing GSX600R 1min 39.464 secs
25 Gianluca Vizziellio ITA Team Lorenzini by Leoni YZFR6 1min 39.885 secs
26 Toma Miksovsky CZE Klaffi Intermoto Czech Republic Honda CBR 600RR 1min 39.903 secs
27 Julien Enjolras FRA Tati Team Beaujolais Yamaha YZF R6 1min 39.947 secs
28 Chris Peris CAN Bikersdays Moto 1 YZFR6 1min 40.276 secs
29 Vladimir Ivanov RUS Vector Racing YZFR6 1min 40.543 secs
31 Tom Tunstall ENG Hardinge Ice Valley CBR 600RR 1min 40.572 secs
32 Luca Nedog SLO Team Ducati SC - Carrachi Ducati 749R 1min 40.676 secs
34 David Garcia Forner ESP Alapont Competition CBR 600RR 1min 40.817 secs
35 Andrea Berta ITA SLM Racing YZFR6 1min 40.951 secs
36 Alessio Velini ITA Umbria Bike YZF R6 1min 41.449 secs


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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-03-2006, 07:08 AM Thread Starter
 
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Charpentier commands first WSS qualifying.

Sebastien Charpentier was a cut above in first qualifying at Phillip Island in Australia, lapping the challenging circuit in 1min 35.869secs on his Winston Ten Kate Honda.

Charpentier was the only rider to dip into the 35s, with his closest rival Broc Parkes almost a full second off his pace with a lap time of 1min 36.758secs. Kevin Curtain, Parkes team-mate in the Yamaha Germany squad was just 0.02secs off Parkes which was enough to relegate him to third place.

Turkish sensation, Kenan Sofguolu took up fourth place which is quite an achievement since this is his first visit to the circuit. After a provisional pole and a podium finish at his first outing in Qatar it seems that Ten Kate Honda have picked another potential winner.

Dean Thomas on his Gil Motorsport Kawasaki qualified in eighth place with a lap time of 1min 38.241secs. Last weekend he missed out on a top fifteen finish when his ZX-6RR ran out of fuel, since this is his home round he will be holding out for better luck and a more substantial result.

The only British entrant in the World Superpsort championship, Tom Tunstall put in a solid performance during the first qualifying session finishing in twenty eighth place. He didn't improve his placing but did take two seconds off his lap times. "I'm starting to find where I should be on the track and sorting out my positioning. The circuit is awesome! I just need to optimize my suspension, I'm getting closer to the front but not close enough!" he exclaimed. With temperatures soaring, Crash.net asked how he was dealing with the heat "I'm not finding it too bad, and as for my tyres, I put in my fastest lap on my last lap so that isn't a problem."

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