WSBK – WSBK: Rea, Sofuoglu and Biaggi win in Brno –

WSBK: Rea, Sofuoglu and Biaggi win in Brno

WSBK - WSBK: Rea, Sofuoglu and Biaggi win in Brno -

Sunday July 11, 2010 – Max Biaggi (Aprilia Alitalia) won the second Superbike round this afternoon in Brno, after finishing second in the first race. The Roman Emperor thus signs his ninth victory of the season and his tenth in Brno.

He is 4.6 seconds ahead of Jonathan Rea (Hannspree Ten Kate…

Sunday July 11, 2010 – Max Biaggi (Aprilia Alitalia) won the second Superbike round this afternoon in Brno, after finishing second in the first race. The Roman Emperor thus signs his ninth victory of the season and his tenth in Brno. He was 4.6 seconds ahead of Jonathan Rea (Hannspree Ten Kate Honda), winner in the first round, while Michel Fabrizio (Ducati Xerox) finished third ahead of James Toseland (Yamaha Sterilgarda) fourth.

In the championship, Biaggi further increases his very comfortable lead with 352 points ahead of Leon Haslam (Suzuki Alstare) 284 and Jonathan Rea 203.

In Supersport, Kenan Sofuoglu (Hannspree Ten Kate Honda) signs a superb victory in front of Joan Lascorz (Kawasaki Motocard.com).

Long leading the race, Lascorz finally had to bow for 0.124 seconds after 18 racing laps in scorching temperatures, while Chaz Davies (ParkinGO Triumph BE-1) finished third after a good fight in front of Gino Rea (Intermoto Czech Honda).

Due to Eugene Laverty’s white result (Parkalgar Honda), Sofuoglu now leads the championship with 183 points ahead of Lascorz 168 and Laverty 161.

Earlier in the afternoon for the first Superbike race, Jonathan Rea (Hannspree Ten Kate Honda), who started third on the grid, won with 2.5 seconds ahead of Max Biaggi (Aprilia Alitalia) and poleman Cal Crutchlow (Yamaha Sterilgarda).

Sylvain Guintoli (Suzuki Alstare) finished in fourth place ahead of Ruben Xaus (BMW Motorrad Motorsport) who signed his best place of the year in fifth position. 

Troy Corser package for Brno

Saturday July 10, 2010 – BMW official rider Troy Corser will not participate in the Brno World Superbike round this weekend (Czech Republic).

Injured yesterday during the free practice session, the 38-year-old Australian decided not to take the start, in agreement with the team doctor, Vincenzo Tota, and the team managers. Corser suffers from multiple bruises, according to initial medical reports.  

"Unfortunately I won’t be able to run this weekend", regrets Troy: "I feel rather exhausted and my chest hurts. The shock was very violent and I am glad that I was not injured more seriously. . I remember the accident quite well: I lost the rear end and had a high side. I would have loved to run in Brno, but we all agree that I need a few days of rest to be in good shape at Silverstone "(in three weeks, Editor’s note).  

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