Results tagged “Monza” from Sunday Sun Blog
MAX Biaggi powered to his second double of the year in the second World Superbike race at Monza, slashing Leon Haslam's championship lead to just three points.
The Roman Emperor rode another inch-perfect race, and was left with a clear lead to the finish line after an unlucky Cal Crutchlow saw his Yamaha Sterilgarda go up in smoke five laps from the end.
Haslam crossed the line second, just ahead of Troy Corser who gave the BMW Motorrad Motorsport team their first WSB podium.
EUGENE Laverty took a solid win to put himself back in the World Supersport title fight at Monza.
The Parkalgar Honda rider rode the perfect race to lead HANNSpree Ten Kate's Kenan Sofuoglu over the line, with series leader Joan Lascorz third.
It was a masterclass by Laverty, which saw him take the lead at the first corner by riding around the outside of Sofuoglu and Lascorz who were beating each other up in a bid to be first bike in.
ROMAN Emperor Max Biaggi led a British invasion across the line to win an exciting first World Superbike race at Monza.
Second place went to James Toseland after a photo-finish across the line with his Yamaha Sterilgarda team-mate Cal Crutchlow.
Fourth over the line was championship leader Leon Haslam, while Leon Camier rounded off the brace of Brits in fifth.
BEN Spies made up for his disasterous race one by taking the win in the second World Superbike race at Monza.
The 24-year-old American never looked under any pressure, as he strolled to victory at the famous Italian track - ahead of earlier winner Michel Fabrizio and Riyuichi Kiyonari.
But this time it was championship leader Noriyuki Haga who suffered a nightmare race - not only did he drop from the lead to 15th in less than a lap, he suffered a massive crash on Lap Three taking him out of the race.
CAL Crutchlow took the win in a hard-fought World Supersport Championship race at Monza.
The firey Brit converted pole to P1 as he crossed the line almost three seconds ahead of Joan Lascorz and Fabien Foret.
But it was bad news for Eugene Laverty, who had been lying third. Just two laps from the end, the Durham-based Irishman was held up when Lascorz forced him wide, allowing Crutchlow's Yamaha team-mate Foret through. Laverty was forced to settle for fourth.