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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-09-2006, 09:14 AM Thread Starter
 
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Thursday : DiSalvo Tops FX Practice At "The Speedway"

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1 Jason DiSalvo Yamaha Yamaha YZF-R6 1:41.300
2 Miguel Duhamel American Honda Honda CBR600RR 1:41.310

3 Jake Zemke American Honda Honda CBR600RR 1:42.279
4 Eric Bostrom Yamaha Yamaha YZF-R6 1:42.714
5 Josh Hayes Erion Honda Honda CBR600RR 1:42.716
6 Aaron Gobert Erion Honda Honda CBR600RR 1:43.226
7 Pascal Picotte Yamaha Canada Yamaha YZF-R6 1:43.951
8 Ryan Andrews Honda CBR600RR 1:44.065
9 Jeremy McWilliams Buell XBRR 1:44.103
10 Alastair Seeley Yamaha YZF-R6 1:44.254
11 Danny Eslick MPTracing.com Suzuki GSX-R600 1:44.261
12 Eric Wood Honda CBR600RR 1:44.269
13 Rico Penzkofer Buell XBRR 1:45.179
14 Rob Frost Kawasaki ZX-6RR 1:45.524
15 Tyler McDonald Yamaha YZF-R6 1:45.560

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Duhamel is gonna draft to the win just like he always does.

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I dunno if the Honda has the balls to hold the draft on the yamaha.

I imagine Duhammel will be able to hold a more consistant pace than DiSalvo tho. will likely stalk him for a couple laps, wait for a mistake then cruise on by. OR beat him via a faster pit stop.
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i don't understand Disalvo had one more lap to try to beat him and he went to the pit .. something went wrong
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I dunno if the Honda has the balls to hold the draft on the yamaha.

I imagine Duhammel will be able to hold a more consistant pace than DiSalvo tho. will likely stalk him for a couple laps, wait for a mistake then cruise on by. OR beat him via a faster pit stop.

You better believe it, the Honda has the balls to hold the draft on the Yamaha. Honda is no slouch at all. This might be blasphemy to you, but the Honda might still be faster than the Yamaha.
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the Honda might still be faster than the Yamaha.
you mean duhamel
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You better believe it, the Honda has the balls to hold the draft on the Yamaha. Honda is no slouch at all. This might be blasphemy to you, but the Honda might still be faster than the Yamaha.
not blasphemy at all, and judging by the qualifying results, you actually have a point, the Honda sure seems to be holding it's own.
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you mean duhamel
No. I meant the Honda.
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