Results tagged “Kyalami” from Sunday Sun Blog
LEON Haslam boosted his championship lead after snatching victory in the second Superbike World Championship race at Kyalami.
The Pocket Rocket made a penultimate lap pass on HANNSpree Ten Kate Honda's Jonathan Rea to lead a freight train of four bikes across the line.
Rea was second while Haslam's championship rival Max Biaggi brought his Alitalia Aprilia home third.
EUGENE Laverty wheelied across the line as he took his third succesive win in today's World Supersport Championship race at Kyalami.
The honorary Durham star gave another masterclass in 600cc racing with a solid victory which now leaves him second in the championship and just one point behind Turkey's Kenan Sofuoglu.
Sofuoglu brought his HANNSpree Ten Kate Honda over the line in second place, while Britain's Chaz Davies rode a stunning race to bring his Parkingo Triumph home third.
MICHEL Fabrizio led from lights to flag to take the win in the opening Superbike World Championship race at Kyalami.
The star worked his magic to eke out a solid lead from as early as Lap Two, to stroll to victory onboard the Ducati Xerox machine.
And proving that the South African circuit was indeed a Ducati track, the privateer Althea Racing bike of Carlos Checa was the best of the rest, as he crossed the line with a commanding gap over third placed Leon Haslam.
NITRO Nori did it again in Race Two at Kyalami, bagging himself another win after a last-lap battle with team-mate Michel Fabrizio.
And it was a podium for Jonathan Rea who crossed the line third after his own scrap with fellow Brit Leon Haslam who took fourth on his number two bike.
Aprilia's Max Biaggi finished fifth with Rea's HANNSpree Ten Kate team-mate Carlos Checa taking sixth.
SAMURAI of Slide Noriyuki Haga took the win in an uneventful first World Superbike race at Kyalami.
The championship leader took the lead midway through the 24-lap race at the South African circuit, and was to go unchallenged all the way to the chequered flag.
Haga's Ducati Xerox team-mate Michel Fabrizio crossed the line second, ahead of polesitter Ben Spies.