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f1zrus - 07/08/2012 01:39 PM
#5201

Quote:
Original Posted By FerryCobra
kasih pidionya...D

[youtube]jpKqs12PT5E[/youtube]



Baru sempet liat race 1. wah seru banget, checa yg udah jauh di depan tau2x bisa kesusul sama haslam, begitu juga si haslam udah jaud didepan ngga taunya masih bisa kesusul juga. bener2x balapan yg kacau ngakaks
FerryCobra - 07/08/2012 09:56 PM
#5202

S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2

Silverstone Olympic versi World Superbike

Atas ki-ka: Sam Lowes, Tom Sykes, Leon Haslam, Johnny Rea, Leon Camier.
Bawah ki-ka: Eugene Laverty, Chaz Davies.

Yo Go Team GB!
chufank - 07/08/2012 10:40 PM
#5203

Quote:
Original Posted By FerryCobra
Silverstone Olympic versi World Superbike

Atas ki-ka: Sam Lowes, Tom Sykes, Leon Haslam, Johnny Rea, Leon Camier.
Bawah ki-ka: Eugene Laverty, Chaz Davies.

Yo Go Team GB!
bukannya rea & laverty itu orang irlandia ya?
dhambaylisstic - 08/08/2012 06:20 AM
#5204

Quote:
Original Posted By chufank
bukannya rea & laverty itu orang irlandia ya?

yap, Rea kelahiran Nothern Ireland, kalo Laverty itu kelahiran Irlandia..

tapi yang anehnya, Rea itu bawa bendera Great Britain.. bingungs apa Nothern Ireland itu masuk bagiannya Great Britain gitu ya?
kimi mabok - 08/08/2012 06:38 AM
#5205

Quote:
Original Posted By dhambaylisstic
yap, Rea kelahiran Nothern Ireland, kalo Laverty itu kelahiran Irlandia..

tapi yang anehnya, Rea itu bawa bendera Great Britain.. bingungs apa Nothern Ireland itu masuk bagiannya Great Britain gitu ya?


wani piro ?
Kalo bawa bendera Irlandia susah dapet sponsor wekekekek :travel
FerryCobra - 08/08/2012 08:38 PM
#5206

More On The Superbike World Championship Racing In India

Aug 07, 2012, ©Copyright 2012, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc.

Spoiler for news
JPSI acquires TV rights of the Indian Round of the FIM Superbike World Championship

August 07, 2012, Greater Noida: Jaypee Sports International Limited, the promoter of Buddh International Circuit, has acquired exclusive TV rights from Infront Sports & Media, the promoter and organizer of the FIM Superbike World Championship, for the live transmission of the Indian round of the championship to be held in March 2013. The deal licenses JPSI to resell the TV rights of the main race along with the support races to the Indian broadcasters.

The four-year contract, which covers the Indian Territory and goes into effect till 2016, will also permit JPSI to resell the non-exclusive TV rights to the broadcasters for other non-India WSBK races.

Commenting on the development, Mr Sameer Gaur, MD & CEO, JPSI, said: “We are delighted with the deal as this will help generate additional revenue apart from sponsorships. Post the F1 Indian GP, the popularity of motorsport has increased many folds in India and with WSBK also coming to BIC early next year, it is going to increase further.”

Mr Paolo Flammini, CEO of Infront Motor Sports, said: "We are pleased that such a prestigious partner as Jaypee Sports International, which has committed itself to the organization of the Indian Round of the Superbike World Championship from 2013 to 2016, is also directly involved in the administration of the television rights of the championship throughout India. We are certain that this collaboration will bring about a major increase in awareness for World Superbike."

World Superbike is slated to make its Indian debut at the Buddh International Circuit on 9th-10th March next year.
FerryCobra - 08/08/2012 08:57 PM
#5207

Race of the Year

by staff
Tuesday, August 07, 2012

S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2

Spoiler for news
Thanks to the Summer Olympics, only the devout followers of WSBK saw the best world-level motorcycle race of the season Sunday.

The vagaries of British summer weather played a starring role in the first of two World Superbike races Sunday at Silverstone. Race one was halted on the first lap due to numerous crashes caused by rain falling at different parts of the circuit, as David Johnson, Norino Brignola and pole sitter Jakub Smrz were among the riders who went down in the tricky conditions.

But that opening lap featured incredible action. Riders gained and lost confidence in every corner, trying to tiptoe around the fast, damp circuit on slicks. So the running order shuffled more than lottery balls in a clear bin with the blower on full blast.

One of the riders who showed groin-area courage on the first lap was 19-year-old Frenchman Loris Baz, who replaced Joan Lascorz at Kawasaki. Lascorz was paralyzed in a crash during testing earlier this season.

The race was restarted and declared a wet race even though the track was drying. Smrz and former teammate Sylvain Guintoli were the only riders who returned to the track with rain tires.

What followed was, as the Eurosport commentator predicted, "A race where the MotoGP paddock can only look on in awe" (admittedly we only can understand a third of what the excellent Eurosport announcers are saying at any given time).

Leon Haslam took the lead from fellow Brit Tom Sykes on Lap 2 at their home event, followed by the Kawasaki of Baz. Then reigning World Champion Carlos Checa guided his Ducati to the front on Lap 5, holding the lead for eight laps as the track continued to dry. Behind Checa, a wild pack of up to 13 riders diced and sliced for position, seemingly letting Checa get away without a scratch.

Then light-to-moderate rain returned on Lap 11, bringing waves of chaos and panic on track. This no longer was a motor race; it was a test of who had the most iron in their will and brass in their balls.

Meanwhile, it took just two laps in the rain for Checa's lead to vanish. Haslam regained the top spot on Lap 13 of 18, with Baz, Sykes and Leon Camier in soggy pursuit.

Staying vertical became a big challenge as riders hydroplaned through increasing amounts of water on track. Camier was the first to blink despite being a constant contender for the podium, raising his hand in an attempt to get the race stopped due to the treacherous conditions. But riders couldn't get the race halted since it was declared wet at the restart.

Didn't put wets on your wheels during the red flag? Snooze, you lose, pal.

Camier then tumbled out with his Suzuki with three laps to go.

Baz, Michel Fabrizio, Jonny Rea, Ayrton Badovini, Checa and Max Biaggi then produced a wet-and-wild scrap - with equal amounts of skill and insanity - for second. BMW rider Fabrizio then emerged to take the lead on Lap 17, with riders hydroplaning through increasing amounts of water on the track.

The final lap was epic. Baz went after the BMW duo of Fabrizio and Badovini, with Rea, Haslam and Checa hanging on to Baz's back. Biaggi wasn't far behind, either, until his Aprilia slid on the white line exiting a turn and cartwheeled into the gravel trap.

Baz threw his Kawasaki from fourth into the lead into Stowe Corner, a fast right-hander that is a testosterone corner even in the dry. He held on for victory by .383 of a second over Fabrizio, who dragged himself and teammate Badovini past Rea for second and third in the final corner.

But this extraordinary race had a final incident to match. Badovini fell off his BMW at the finish, sliding across the line in third. Rea couldn't avoid Badovini's crippled BMW and also went down just after the finish on his Honda.

This race was a melange of lunacy, courage and incredible action. It featured more passing for the lead and podium positions than arguably any MotoGP race since the end of the much-beloved 990cc era in 2006.

It was a perfect advertisement for Superbike racing as a panacea to the increasing parade-like tedium of Grand Prix racing.

ENDS
FerryCobra - 08/08/2012 08:59 PM
#5208

Honda WSBK Classic Corners: Craner Curves, Donington Park

by staff
Tuesday, August 07, 2012

Spoiler for news
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This just in from Honda WSBK:

Welcome to episode four of our SBK Classic Corners series, which takes us to the UK and the home of the very first World Superbike race at Donington Park.

Craner Curves is perhaps the defining corner at Donington - a downhill swoop soon after the first turn at Redgate, which takes the riders right and then left as they head down to the Old Hairpin.

It's the left that loads the front end of the bike and can lead to some spectacular dismounts if the rider hasn't got Craner Curves absolutely right.

In this film, Eurosport commentator Jack Burnicle provides some historical reference before Honda World Superbike Team rider, Jonathan Rea, describes Craner Curves from the rider's point of view. He's helped by local expert and former GP rider 'Rocket' Ron Haslam, who has probably done more laps around Donington Park than any other human.

ENDS
greycokeII - 09/08/2012 01:17 AM
#5209

race berikutnya moscow ya.. ga sabar mo liat UGnya russia.. genit:
sabukmerapi - 09/08/2012 01:21 AM
#5210

Quote:
Original Posted By greycokeII
race berikutnya moscow ya.. ga sabar mo liat UGnya russia.. genit:


kemarin yg di silperstone gak liat gara2 semua nyiarin olimpiade o
ini baru donlot link di atas D

moga2 yg Moscow disiarin live o
==

btw, Loris Baz itu pembalap kelas apa sebelum direkrut Kawasaki
penyuall92 - 09/08/2012 01:32 AM
#5211

Quote:
Original Posted By sabukmerapi
kemarin yg di silperstone gak liat gara2 semua nyiarin olimpiade o
ini baru donlot link di atas D

moga2 yg Moscow disiarin live o
==

btw, Loris Baz itu pembalap kelas apa sebelum direkrut Kawasaki


ga tau ya sebelumnya dmn, klo ga salah superstock 1000cc kali ya
setau ane, loris baz ini didikan yamaha MG competition,,
sempat mau jadi team mate donitata di wss beberapa tahun lalu, saat itu doni masih 21 tahun dan baz masih 15 tahun (tp sudah mengantongi champion supersport di negaranya),, dan akibat loris baz ga dapet sponsor, maka yamaha MG competition pilih doni,,

dan doni ga bersinar di wss 2008,
diganti lah sama baz tahun depannya wss / ss600 2009,,
gitu kurang lebihnya
sabukmerapi - 09/08/2012 01:35 AM
#5212

Quote:
Original Posted By penyuall92
ga tau ya sebelumnya dmn, klo ga salah superstock 1000cc kali ya
setau ane, loris baz ini didikan yamaha MG competition,,
sempat mau jadi team mate donitata di wss beberapa tahun lalu, saat itu doni masih 21 tahun dan baz masih 15 tahun (tp sudah mengantongi champion supersport di negaranya),, dan akibat loris baz ga dapet sponsor, maka yamaha MG competition pilih doni,,

dan doni ga bersinar di wss 2008,
diganti lah sama baz tahun depannya wss / ss600 2009,,
gitu kurang lebihnya


kliatan fenomenal tuh anak
disamping faktor tahun ini Ninja lagi kuenceng di SBK, tapi dia mampu buktiin bisa bersaing dengan Sykes, pembalap utama
malah bisa podium dan menang di race kemarin thumbup:
penyuall92 - 09/08/2012 01:43 AM
#5213

Quote:
Original Posted By sabukmerapi
kliatan fenomenal tuh anak
disamping faktor tahun ini Ninja lagi kuenceng di SBK, tapi dia mampu buktiin bisa bersaing dengan Sykes, pembalap utama
malah bisa podium dan menang di race kemarin thumbup:


dulu masih kecil
skr udah tinggi banget kek rossi hammer:

yoi,, nakal pulak, ga takut fight sama senior, checa aja dia sodorin keluar D
max biagi dia libas p , cuman belum kuat di pengereman..

kawasaki sebenarnya sudah bagus banget, terbukti sykes hampir mau buka toko jam tangan skr,, dan race slalu konsisten di depan (walau hanya sampe 5 lap terakhir p )

kesimpulan ane, tyre management sykes kurang baik,,
soalnya awalnya kirain zx10r yang bikin boros ban,
tapi melihat baz di beberapa race belakangan ini selalu membaik posisi dan catatan lapnya di lap lap terakhir,,

mending belajar dulu di wsbk setahun lagi,
klo bisa jurdu D
trus next bikin heboh di motogp,, mumpung usia masih brondong unyu unyu
sabukmerapi - 09/08/2012 01:47 AM
#5214

Quote:
Original Posted By penyuall92
dulu masih kecil
skr udah tinggi banget kek rossi hammer:

yoi,, nakal pulak, ga takut fight sama senior, checa aja dia sodorin keluar D
max biagi dia libas p , cuman belum kuat di pengereman..

kawasaki sebenarnya sudah bagus banget, terbukti sykes hampir mau buka toko jam tangan skr,, dan race slalu konsisten di depan (walau hanya sampe 5 lap terakhir p )

kesimpulan ane, tyre management sykes kurang baik,,
soalnya awalnya kirain zx10r yang bikin boros ban,
tapi melihat baz di beberapa race belakangan ini selalu membaik posisi dan catatan lapnya di lap lap terakhir,,

mending belajar dulu di wsbk setahun lagi,
klo bisa jurdu D
trus next bikin heboh di motogp,, mumpung usia masih brondong unyu unyu


kalau dah di sebelah
konspirasi sponsor om, baru masa sulit dan masa kegalauan regulasi

ampe trit di kaskus pun ikutan galau shutup:
penyuall92 - 09/08/2012 01:56 AM
#5215

Quote:
Original Posted By sabukmerapi
kalau dah di sebelah
konspirasi sponsor om, baru masa sulit dan masa kegalauan regulasi

ampe trit di kaskus pun ikutan galau shutup:


iya sih di sebelah politik terlalu tinggi D
ane harap jika rossi masuk wsbk gengsi wsbk makin naik,,
dan kondisinya tdk berubah dari skr (tdk ada politik-politik an)
kan enak banget 5-6 pabrikan bersaing di p1
moto2 aja kalah p

sayang yah, skr bibit di WSS terlihat kurang
hanya itu itu aja yang bersaing
setelah chaz davies, ga ada lagi yang dapet perhatian lebih
sabukmerapi - 09/08/2012 02:01 AM
#5216

Quote:
Original Posted By penyuall92
iya sih di sebelah politik terlalu tinggi D
ane harap jika rossi masuk wsbk gengsi wsbk makin naik,,
dan kondisinya tdk berubah dari skr (tdk ada politik-politik an)
kan enak banget 5-6 pabrikan bersaing di p1
moto2 aja kalah p

sayang yah, skr bibit di WSS terlihat kurang
hanya itu itu aja yang bersaing
setelah chaz davies, ga ada lagi yang dapet perhatian lebih


kalo nunggu VR46 ke SBK, rumornya masih 2 taon lagi dengan R1 (rumor media loh om malu: )

gak bs dipungkiri juga, persaingan di SBK juga dipengaruhi oleh kesetaraan kekuatan masing2 motor yg berlaga D D
ini yg gak dipunyai di kelas sebelah hammers
dan emang gak bisa bakal setara juga sih klo prototype dikembangkan, walau banyak regulasi2 pembatasannya
FerryCobra - 09/08/2012 11:41 AM
#5217

Kawasaki Highlights From World Superbike At Silverstone (Video)

Aug 08, 2012, By www.kawasaki-racingteam.eu, ©Copyright 2012, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc.

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Loris Baz took his Kawasaki Racing Team Ninja ZX-10R to a victory in Race One and then finished second place in Race Two at Silverstone, on a day when Tom Sykes defended his third place in the points table.

[youtube]m4bGjmqT2gU[/youtube]

Video provided by http://www.kawasaki-racingteam.eu and http://www.YouTube.com
FerryCobra - 09/08/2012 11:42 AM
#5218

FIM: Melandri Fined, Silverstone World Superbike Race Two Results Confirmed

Aug 08, 2012, ©Copyright 2012, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc.

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FIM Superbike World Championship

Decisions of the Race Direction & FIM Stewards

On Sunday 5 August 2012, after the second race of the FIM Superbike World Championship in Silverstone (GBR), the Race Direction decided to sanction rider Marco Melandri (Italy) with a written warning and a fine of EUR 3,000.00 for infringement of Art. 1.19.7 (on the starting grid, all adjustments must be completed by display of the 3 minutes board).

An appeal was lodged against this decision to the FIM Stewards, who confirmed the decision and the sanctions.

The decision is final.

Moreover, a protest was lodged against the published results of the second Superbike race. The Race Direction dismissed the protest and confirmed the results. Following an appeal, the FIM Stewards confirmed the decision of the Race Direction – which is thus final.

The classification of the second race is confirmed as published on Sunday 5 August.
MonO21 - 13/08/2012 10:45 PM
#5219

btw seri selanjutnya kapan nih malus
f1zrus - 13/08/2012 11:44 PM
#5220

Quote:
Original Posted By MonO21
btw seri selanjutnya kapan nih malus


Tgl 26 Agustus om.. di rusia. Sayang Racenya tengah malam, bakal ngga bisa nonton deh berdukas
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