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October 29th, 2010, 12:34 AM   #21
 
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Testing times @ Aragon



Day 1



1. Carlos Checa (Ducati) 1'58.3

2. Michel Fabrizio (Suzuki) 1'59.3

3. Max Biaggi (Aprilia) 1'59.4

4. Noriyuki Haga (Aprilia) 2'00.3

5. Leon Camier (Aprilia), 2'00.4

6. Tom Sykes (Kawasaki) 2'00.4

7. Troy Corser (BMW), 2'00.6

8. Katsuaki Fuijwara (Kawasaki), 2'00.6

9. Lorenzo Baroni (Ducati) 2'00.6

10. Leon Haslam (BMW) 2'01.0



Day 2



Superbike

1. Max Biaggi – Aprilia – 1'58.7

2. Michel Fabrizio – Suzuki – 1'59.2

3. Noriyuki Haga – Aprilia – 1'59.2

4. Troy Corser – BMW – 1'59.2

5. Tom Sykes – Kawasaki– 1'59.2

6. Leon Camier – Aprilia - 1'59.3

7. Leon Haslam – BMW - 2'00.0

8. Katsuaki Fujiwara – Kawasaki – 2'00.2



Supersport

1. Luca Scassa - Triumph - 2'02.8

2. Chaz Davies - Triumph - 2'02.9

3. Fabien Foret - Kawasaki - 2'03.4

4. Broc Parkes - Kawasaki - 2'04.6

5. David Salom - Kawasaki - 2'04.8
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November 11th, 2010, 02:55 PM   #22
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Xaus in at Ten Kate per Crash.net. And Berger confirmed on a privateer ducati per gpone.



Factory/near factory teams first, then customer teams. Rumours/tbc riders with question marks after them. Confirmed riders in regular font.



Aprilia factory

Max Biaggi

Leon Camier



BMW factory

Troy Corser

Leon Haslam



Honda Ten Kate

Jonny Rea

Ruben Xaus



Kawasaki factory

Chris Vermulen

Juan Lascorz

Tom Sykes



Suzuki Alstare

Michel Fabrizio



Yamaha Italia

Marco Melandri

Eugene Laverty



Althea Ducati

Carlos Checa



BMW Italia

Ayrton Badovini

James Toseland



DFX corse Aprilia

Nori Haga



Liberty CZ Ducati

Jakub Smrz

Sylvain Guintoli



Pedercini Kawasaki

Roger Lee Hayden?



Supersonic Racing Team Ducati

Maxime Berger
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November 12th, 2010, 03:48 AM   #23
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Anyone get Valencia test times?



All i can find is that Laverty did a 34.9 and Melandri a 34.5
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November 12th, 2010, 08:48 AM   #24
 
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I believe they where the only ones testing at Valencia. They didn't test at Aragon.
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November 23rd, 2010, 03:49 PM   #25
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List Update- Rolfo confirmed on privateer kawasaki. I expect this to be pretty much the final full time list. Though there will be plenty of wildcards at the European rounds.



Factory/near factory teams first, then customer teams. Rumours/tbc riders with question marks after them. Confirmed riders in regular font.



Aprilia factory

Max Biaggi

Leon Camier



BMW factory

Troy Corser

Leon Haslam



Honda Ten Kate

Jonny Rea

Ruben Xaus



Kawasaki factory

Chris Vermulen

Juan Lascorz

Tom Sykes



Suzuki Alstare

Michel Fabrizio



Yamaha Italia

Marco Melandri

Eugene Laverty



Althea Ducati

Carlos Checa



BMW Italia

Ayrton Badovini

James Toseland



DFX corse Aprilia

Nori Haga



Liberty CZ Ducati

Jakub Smrz

Sylvain Guintoli



Pedercini Kawasaki

Roberto Rolfo



Supersonic Racing Team Ducati

Maxime Berger
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January 11th, 2011, 11:16 AM   #26
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-Gabor Talmacsi added to Ped Kawasaki, as he looks 99% sure to land there.

-Yoshimura Suzuki added to the list with aussie rider Josh Waters, they are running Philip Island and likely a few more rounds.

-Also Matteo Baiocco seems to have signed for a new Ducati team, but all the sources are in Italian for that so I don't the details. Like a euro-rounds only deal. Will add him to the list when an english article pops up.



Factory/near factory teams first, then customer teams. Rumours/tbc riders with question marks after them. Confirmed riders in regular font.



Aprilia factory

Max Biaggi

Leon Camier



BMW factory

Troy Corser

Leon Haslam



Honda Ten Kate

Jonny Rea

Ruben Xaus



Kawasaki factory

Chris Vermulen

Juan Lascorz

Tom Sykes



Suzuki Alstare

Michel Fabrizio



Yamaha Italia

Marco Melandri

Eugene Laverty



Althea Ducati

Carlos Checa



BMW Italia

Ayrton Badovini

James Toseland



DFX corse Aprilia

Nori Haga



Liberty CZ Ducati

Jakub Smrz

Sylvain Guintoli



Pedercini Kawasaki

Gabor Talmacsi

Roberto Rolfo



Supersonic Racing Team Ducati

Maxime Berger



Yoshimura Suzuki (part-time)

Josh Waters
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January 11th, 2011, 12:45 PM   #27
 
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[quote name='two-stroke' timestamp='1294773418' post='263860']

-Gabor Talmacsi added to Ped Kawasaki, as he looks 99% sure to land there.





He told on a hungarian radio station today that he was waiting for the details of an offer from a very competitive SSP-team and only after that he would decide (in 1-2 weeks). At first he told also that he would probably not chose the Pedercini-option, because they are not competitive but later he added that he did not rule them out yet. The WSB-Kawa is good, but compared to the PBM-bike the Pedercini-ZX seems less competitive. A lot depends on the money as he would not like to pay for the ride if it is possible.

Dunno how serious he is as he is negotiating (he is his own manager this year) and I am wondering which SSP-team can that be as the main factory seats are already taken I guess.
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