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rodek - 14/08/2012 07:12 AM
#5221

Quote:
Original Posted By f1zrus
Tgl 26 Agustus om.. di rusia. Sayang Racenya tengah malam, bakal ngga bisa nonton deh berdukas


ud ari senen klo gituD
FerryCobra - 17/08/2012 12:35 AM
#5222

Effenbert Ducati confirm Moscow round absence

By Michael Guy - 16 August 2012 10:28

S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2

Spoiler for news
The three man Effenbert Liberty Racing team confirmed today that they will not be competing in the forthcoming Russian round of the World Superbike Championship.

Team management have cited the need to focus on restructuring the teams efforts for the remainder of the 2012 season and in to 2013.

The decision will also save a significant part of the budget due to the high cost of travelling to Russia, the costs whilst there and the fact that the race weekend is preceded by a one day teat at the all new Moscow Raceway circuit.

It’s a bitter blow for the team’s number one rider Jakub Smrz who currently sits 12th in the championship standings and fast Frenchman Maxime Berger.

The team’s absence also has a detrimental effect on grid numbers with the provisional entry list for the Russian race listing just 20 riders.

MCN
FerryCobra - 19/08/2012 03:38 PM
#5223

S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2 FerryCobra & Crews ingin mengucapkan...... S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2

S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2 "Selamat Hari Raya Idul Fitri 1433 H S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2

Minal Aidzin Wal Faidzin Mohon Maaf Lahir & Batin...."


S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2
rodek - 19/08/2012 04:11 PM
#5224

Quote:
Original Posted By FerryCobra
S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2 FerryCobra & Crews ingin mengucapkan...... S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2

S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2 "Selamat Hari Raya Idul Fitri 1433 H S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2

Minal Aidzin Wal Faidzin Mohon Maaf Lahir & Batin...."


S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2


selamat hari lebaran juga om cobraDD klo ada salah mohon maaf yaDD
hsvnsx - 19/08/2012 04:15 PM
#5225

Quote:
Original Posted By FerryCobra
S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2 FerryCobra & Crews ingin mengucapkan...... S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2

S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2 "Selamat Hari Raya Idul Fitri 1433 H S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2

Minal Aidzin Wal Faidzin Mohon Maaf Lahir & Batin...."


S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2

maafin ane juga ya om uler kalo ane punya salah D
FerryCobra - 21/08/2012 08:49 PM
#5226

Quote:
Original Posted By rodek
selamat hari lebaran juga om cobraDD klo ada salah mohon maaf yaDD


Quote:
Original Posted By hsvnsx
maafin ane juga ya om uler kalo ane punya salah D


ane juga minta maap kalo ada salah kata yah om"...o

Leon Haslam heading to Honda Superbike team?

Published on 21 Aug 2012 by Toni M.

S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2

Spoiler for news
With BMW Motorrad team to downsize and merge with BMW Italia next season, and Ben Spies tipped to join Marco Melandri in the team, (the Italian isn’t exactly jumping with joy at the prospect - and has already said he would prefer someone who could help in the development of the BMW S1000RR and is unsure that Spies is the man for the job -adding that it would be better to ask someone from Spies old SBK crew about it - ) Leon Haslam could be out of a ride.

However English webiste Visordown.com is reporting the rumor that Pocket Rocket has signed a deal with the Honda SBK team, even if the Briton in a interview with bikesportnews.com admitted that he has received several offers to ride in MotoGP from CRT teams.

Who Haslam will replace in Honda is up to speculation as Jonathan Rea has been tied to a ride in MotoGP with Gresini, but so have Cal Crutchlow and Andrea Iannone, with Bautisa still in the running to reconfirm his ride (Fausto Gresini has to still find the budget to race next season and is anxiously waiting to know if there will be an imposed price cap on leasing satellite machines - Alvaro Bautista’s crashes this season has cost the team almost 800,000 euros in spare parts ), but will all probability Haslam will be replacing underperforming Hiroshi Aoyama.

Haslam has has already ridden a CBR1000RR in 2008 in British Superbikes with HM Plant where he finished 2nd in the standings and then in 2009 when he switched to WSBKs where he rode for the now defunct Stiggy Honda team and finished 6th overall.
hsvnsx - 21/08/2012 09:00 PM
#5227

Quote:
Original Posted By FerryCobra
ane juga minta maap kalo ada salah kata yah om"...o

Leon Haslam heading to Honda Superbike team?

Published on 21 Aug 2012 by Toni M.

S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2

Spoiler for news
With BMW Motorrad team to downsize and merge with BMW Italia next season, and Ben Spies tipped to join Marco Melandri in the team, (the Italian isn’t exactly jumping with joy at the prospect - and has already said he would prefer someone who could help in the development of the BMW S1000RR and is unsure that Spies is the man for the job -adding that it would be better to ask someone from Spies old SBK crew about it - ) Leon Haslam could be out of a ride.

However English webiste Visordown.com is reporting the rumor that Pocket Rocket has signed a deal with the Honda SBK team, even if the Briton in a interview with bikesportnews.com admitted that he has received several offers to ride in MotoGP from CRT teams.

Who Haslam will replace in Honda is up to speculation as Jonathan Rea has been tied to a ride in MotoGP with Gresini, but so have Cal Crutchlow and Andrea Iannone, with Bautisa still in the running to reconfirm his ride (Fausto Gresini has to still find the budget to race next season and is anxiously waiting to know if there will be an imposed price cap on leasing satellite machines - Alvaro Bautista’s crashes this season has cost the team almost 800,000 euros in spare parts ), but will all probability Haslam will be replacing underperforming Hiroshi Aoyama.

Haslam has has already ridden a CBR1000RR in 2008 in British Superbikes with HM Plant where he finished 2nd in the standings and then in 2009 when he switched to WSBKs where he rode for the now defunct Stiggy Honda team and finished 6th overall.


wah kalo gitu bakal ada dua brits di honda nih D
FerryCobra - 21/08/2012 09:01 PM
#5228

WSBK To Invade Russia This Week

by staff
Sunday, August 19, 2012

Spoiler for news
This just in from WSBK:

World Superbike rockets to Russia!

Rome (Italy), Sunday 19 August 2012 - In the midst of its 25th anniversary celebrations the eni FIM Superbike World Championship makes another major step forward in history as international bike racing arrives in Russia for the very first time. The eleventh round of this exciting season also constitutes a milestone for motorcycle racing in general: Russia is in fact a major industrial power with 143 million inhabitants, a rapidly growing economy and an enormous number of motorsport fans, who will have an opportunity to see World Superbike in person for the first time.

The event takes place this coming weekend, 24-26 August, at the spectacular new Moscow Raceway circuit, measuring 3931 metres in its WSBK layout. The circuit, which cost around 130 million Euro to build, lies close to Volokolamsk, around 100 kms to the west of the immense Russian capital.

Moscow Raceway was inaugurated on July 15 with a World Series car event, and to give the Superbike riders the possibility of getting to know the track, a supplementary test-session has been organized for Wednesday 22 August. The event itself will be presented to the Russian and international media on Thursday 23 August at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Moscow, close to the Kremlin.

The Russian Round will be the start of the decisive run-in for this year's title and the situation in the championship could not be any closer. At the last round in Silverstone chasing rider Marco Melandri (BMW Motorrad Motorsport) whittled down the gap to Max Biaggi (Aprilia Racing Team), who has led the standings since the opening round in Australia, to just 10.5 points. Two rounds ago Biaggi had a 55-point lead over his fellow Italian, but in Superbike every race is unpredictable and surprises are the order of the day. With 200 points still up for grabs in the final four rounds (Russia, Germany, Portugal and France), Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team), Carlos Checa (Althea Racing Team Ducati) and Jonathan Rea (Honda World Superbike Team) are also still in with a chance, with Rea just 70.5 points from the leader.

41-year-old Biaggi has been preparing for the race with just a short holiday break and his usual careful training routine, while after Silverstone Melandri celebrated his 30th birthday with friends at home.

In the UK neither Biaggi nor Melandri were able to score particularly brilliant results, picking up respectively 2.5 and 13 points out of a total of 37.5, due to the half score awarded in the rain-affected second encounter. But Sykes (10 points), Checa (16) and Rea (16.5) could only partially capitalize on the leading duo's setbacks and for them Moscow represents one of the final opportunities to remain in touch with the leaders.

The Manufacturers' race is also at a good point with BMW (316 points) now ahead of Aprilia (302.5): this is the first time that the German manufacturer has been in the lead of this particular classification. Ducati are not far behind either on 300 points and even Kawasaki (253.5) have a good chance of closing the gap.

The title race is made even more exciting by the fact that as well as the leading contenders, there are also many other riders in with a chance of upsetting the applecart by going for individual race wins. Silverstone was a case in point, with the 19-year-old Frenchman Loris Baz, the Kawasaki Racing Team's revelation, producing terrific form to score his first win and a third place. Baz has already taken three podiums in the last four races and is sure to be a contender in the future.

All eyes will also be on Eugene Laverty (Aprilia Racing Team), Leon Haslam (BMW Motorrad Motorsport) and Davide Giugliano, the 22-year-old youngster from Rome and Checa team-mate in Althea Racing. One man to watch with particular attention will be Sylvain Guintoli (Pata Racing Team Ducati), the Frenchman who has already won in the wet in the Netherlands and the UK, moving into eighth place overall and becoming top ?satellite' rider. The FIXI Crescent Suzuki team also showed signs of a revival at Silverstone, with Leon Camier in particular emerging as a frontrunner.

Points (after 10 di 14 rounds): 1. Biaggi 274; 2. Melandri 263.5; 3. Sykes 222.5; 4. Checa 220.5; 5. Rea 203.5; 6. Haslam 170; 7. Laverty 160.5; 8. Guintoli 122.5; 9. Fabrizio 108.5; 10. Giugliano 106; etc. Manufacturers: 1. BMW 316; 2. Aprilia 302.5; 3. Ducati 300; 4. Kawasaki 253.5; 5. Honda 209.5; 6. Suzuki 75.5.

World Supersport

In Russia the Supersport battle also reaches a high watermark: with 100 points still to play for, nine riders from three different manufacturers (Honda, Kawasaki and Triumph) have a slim chance of taking the title, but barring surprises the winner will undoubtedly be one of the four riders who have dominated the championship since the start and who are now separated by 30 points: Kenan Sofuoglu (Kawasaki Lorenzini), Sam Lowes (Bogdanka PTR Honda), Jules Cluzel (PTR Honda) and Fabien Foret (Kawasaki Intermoto Step).

Sofuoglu, the 27-year-old who has already been crowned Supersport champion twice, has headed the standings since the first race but in the last three events his results have been fifth, second and fifth, due to the repercussions of a niggling knee injury. Lowes gained some ground in his home round and the 22-year-old is now just 14 points off the top slot, but he in turn is being reeled in by his team-mate Jules Cluzel, now just 28 points behind following his second win of the season at Silverstone.

Meanwhile Sofuoglu, a Muslim from Turkey, has already become the most successful rider ever in the Supersport category with 19 wins to his name, adding to 45 podium finishes (in 65 races) and 13 poles and he will surely be a hard man to beat in the remaining rounds.

In Supersport all the Russian fans will have something to cheer on with 25-year-old Vladimir Leonov (Yakhnich Motorsport Yamaha), one of the emerging stars of the category. Leonov has already been on the podium with a third place at Assen and despite an injury at Donington that kept him out of action for one race, he is currently lying 12th overall.

ENDS
FerryCobra - 22/08/2012 09:52 PM
#5229

Hari ini dilakukan tes WSBK di Moscow Raceway, Rusia

Berikut hasil tes tersebut :

1. Carlos Checa ESP Althea Ducati 1098R 1m 37.189s
2. Leon Haslam GBR BMW Motorrad S1000RR 1m 37.375s
3. Hiroshi Aoyama JPN Honda WSBK CBR1000RR 1m 37.412s
4. Tom Sykes GBR Kawasaki Racing ZX-10R 1m 37.712s
5. Jonathan Rea GBR Honda WSBK CBR1000RR 1m 37.821s
6. Davide Giugliano ITA Althea Ducati 1098R 1m 37.870s
7. Marco Melandri ITA BMW Motorrad S1000RR 1m 37.997s
8. Michel Fabrizio ITA BMW Italia Goldbet S1000RR 1m 38.015s
9. Max Biaggi ITA Aprilia Racing RSV-4 1m 38.031s
10. John Hopkins USA FIXI Crescent Suzuki GSX-R1000 1m 38.041s
11. Chaz Davies GBR ParkinGO MTC Aprilia RSV-4 1m 38.063s
12. Leon Camier GBR FIXI Crescent Suzuki GSX-R1000 1m 38.258s
13. Niccolo Canepa ITA Red Devils Ducati 1098R 1m 38.265s
14. Eugene Laverty IRL Aprilia Racing RSV-4 1m 38.339s
15. Loris Baz FRA Kawasaki Racing ZX-10R 1m 38.662s
16. David Salom ESP Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 1m 38.691s
17. Ayrton Badovini ITA BMW Italia Goldbet S1000RR 1m 39.409s
18. Sylvain Guintoli FRA PATA Ducati 1098R 1m 40.245s
19. Alexander Lundh SWE Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 1m 40.828s
20. Lorenzo Zanetti ITA PATA Ducati 1098R 1m 41.118s
21. David McFadden RSA Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 1m 43.330s

Moscow Raceway official WSBK lap records
All-new circuit
Inv_j3ff - 23/08/2012 07:14 PM
#5230

Quote:
Original Posted By FerryCobra
Hari ini dilakukan tes WSBK di Moscow Raceway, Rusia

Berikut hasil tes tersebut :

1. Carlos Checa ESP Althea Ducati 1098R 1m 37.189s
2. Leon Haslam GBR BMW Motorrad S1000RR 1m 37.375s
3. Hiroshi Aoyama JPN Honda WSBK CBR1000RR 1m 37.412s
4. Tom Sykes GBR Kawasaki Racing ZX-10R 1m 37.712s
5. Jonathan Rea GBR Honda WSBK CBR1000RR 1m 37.821s
6. Davide Giugliano ITA Althea Ducati 1098R 1m 37.870s
7. Marco Melandri ITA BMW Motorrad S1000RR 1m 37.997s
8. Michel Fabrizio ITA BMW Italia Goldbet S1000RR 1m 38.015s
9. Max Biaggi ITA Aprilia Racing RSV-4 1m 38.031s
10. John Hopkins USA FIXI Crescent Suzuki GSX-R1000 1m 38.041s
11. Chaz Davies GBR ParkinGO MTC Aprilia RSV-4 1m 38.063s
12. Leon Camier GBR FIXI Crescent Suzuki GSX-R1000 1m 38.258s
13. Niccolo Canepa ITA Red Devils Ducati 1098R 1m 38.265s
14. Eugene Laverty IRL Aprilia Racing RSV-4 1m 38.339s
15. Loris Baz FRA Kawasaki Racing ZX-10R 1m 38.662s
16. David Salom ESP Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 1m 38.691s
17. Ayrton Badovini ITA BMW Italia Goldbet S1000RR 1m 39.409s
18. Sylvain Guintoli FRA PATA Ducati 1098R 1m 40.245s
19. Alexander Lundh SWE Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 1m 40.828s
20. Lorenzo Zanetti ITA PATA Ducati 1098R 1m 41.118s
21. David McFadden RSA Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 1m 43.330s

Moscow Raceway official WSBK lap records
All-new circuit


Wew... Ada nama Aoyama di urutan ketiga. Tanda2 kebangkitan? D
FerryCobra - 24/08/2012 01:36 AM
#5231

Melandri ‘losing time in the corners’

Marco Melandri says he is enjoying the new Moscow Raceway, even if he isn't convinced the lower speed bends suit his BMW.

Spoiler for news
Marco Melandri says he is thankful for the power of his BMW after admitting his bike might struggle to keep up with its rivals through the twistier sections of the Moscow Raceway this weekend.

The Italian comes to the Russian event in a good position to overhaul rival Max Biaggi at the top of the overall standings for the first time, but felt his chances of success at the Moscow Raceway could be hampered if he is unable to tune the set-up of his S1000RR to suit the low-gear nature of the circuit's first-half.

Despite this, Melandri was still fourth quickest at the end of the day – with team-mate Leon Haslam in second -, the Italian admitting the strength of the BMW engine was helping him make up time on the long straight towards the end of the lap.

“The test was not too bad. The track is pretty fun to ride but I think it is quite small for Superbikes. The turns are very tight and so far I don't think that there are many chances for overtaking in the middle of the track but we will see.

“The track is going to be faster day by day. Today we worked on the gearbox to try to find a good setting to make the bike smoother in the corners.

“On the long straight we can make use of the power of our BMW engine and gain a lot of time, but we are losing time in the corners. We now have to analyse what we did today and try to improve for Friday morning. Ducati seems to be strong here and for us it will not be easy but will do our best and we will see on Sunday.”
FerryCobra - 24/08/2012 01:37 AM
#5232

Rea expecting close racing in Moscow

Jonathan Rea is expecting the Russian round of the World Superbike Championship to be a close one...

Spoiler for news
Jonathan Rea is excited about the prospect of competing at the new Moscow Raceway this weekend having enjoyed his first taste of the circuit during testing.

The Honda rider comes to the Russian event fifth in the standings, 19 points behind third plan man Tom Sykes, and is hoping the level playing field of a new venue will help him make up ground in the fight for the 'overall podium'.

Ending the day with the 12th best time, Rea was full of praise for the 'tight and technical' circuit, the Ulsterman confident it will promote close racing.

“It's always a great adventure and a professional challenge coming to a new country and a new circuit for the first time,” he said. “I spent a day in Moscow at a Honda customer event and it was good to meet a new group of enthusiastic sportsbike fans.

“I really enjoyed the test as an opportunity to get acquainted with the Moscow Raceway circuit. First impressions of the track are that it's very tight and twisty. We're in second gear for pretty much most of the lap, obviously not for the straights, but it's fun! It's very technical and I'm enjoying it so far, but for the race weekend the times will be really close and I'm expecting tight racing.

“The infrastructure's nice and the track's quite smooth – it's a little bit dirty because there's not a lot of rubber down, but we're finding the track's getting faster and faster, so I'm looking forward to the weekend.”
FerryCobra - 24/08/2012 01:38 AM
#5233

First impressions of Moscow Raceway: It’s tight… but fun!

A handful of the World Superbike Championship riders declare the new Moscow Raceway as fun, albeit tighter than they had anticipated.

Spoiler for news
The new Moscow Raceway has come in for praise from the World Superbike Championship riders ahead of the series' first-ever event to be held in Russia this weekend.

Built with the intention of attracting international motorcycle racing, the Moscow Raceway welcomed the World Superbike and Supersport riders with an acclimatisation test ahead of this weekend's full event and reviews were mostly positive.

A fairly short circuit at just under three miles, the Moscow Raceway is distinguished by a relatively slow and twisting first-half, with bends blending into one another, before the bikes are unleashed onto a long straight in the final sector.

It's a layout that has drawn cautious praise from the riders, who admit the circuit is somewhat tight – and possibly lacking in overtaking opportunities in some places -, but is exciting to ride nonetheless. Furthermore, the riders are confident the tight final corner at the end of the straight will provide copious chances to pass.

Leon Haslam: So far the track is really fun to ride. It has many ups and downs. The corners are mainly first and second gear but it is a quite aggressive circuit and I like it. Regarding overtaking possibilities, the first and last corners are going to be exciting because of the two straights.

Marco Melandri: The track is pretty fun to ride but I think it is quite small for Superbikes. The turns are very tight and so far I don't think that there are many chances for overtaking in the middle of the track but we will see.

Jonathan Rea: First impressions of the track are that it's very tight and twisty. We're in second gear for pretty much most of the lap, obviously not for the straights, but it's fun! It's very technical and I'm enjoying it so far, but for the race weekend the times will be really close and I'm expecting tight racing.

Chaz Davies: I like this track. It's not too long as all the other new circuits I have been to and the layout seems to be done for bikes not for cars. The tarmac is ok and the feeling is good. It doesn't seem a fast track but there are some good places where I can get the best out of my Aprilia RSV4.

Loris Baz: The track is very nice, very technical and everything, but just a bit too slow. I love fast tracks so it is not my favourite.
FerryCobra - 24/08/2012 01:39 AM
#5234

First blood to Checa ahead of Russia debut

Carlos Checa tops both the morning and afternoon sessions at the Moscow Raceway to identify himself as the early man to beat in Russia.

Spoiler for news
Carlos Checa has laid down a marker at the new Moscow Raceway ahead of this weekend's first World Superbike Championship round to be held in Russia, after topping a one day group test at the all-new venue.

The Spaniard was the rider to beat throughout the day as he held down the top spot at the end of both the morning and afternoon sessions, though with lap times continuing to come down as the riders adapted to the new circuit, this weekend's event is expected to be faster.

For the time being, Checa is satisfied the circuit, which is described as having a blend of fast and slow bends, suits his Althea Ducati 1098R, though he admits the long uphill straight in the last sector could stymie his bike.

“It is a nice adventure to be here in Russia and it's a really nice track,” he said. “In some places you can only use about 15% of throttle and just keep rolling the bike. We feel quite well and this is a track where we have been working well in both the morning and the afternoon.

“We understand the line, the gearbox and the tyres. At the end we felt the tyres were working a lot better in the afternoon because probably the asphalt is less aggressive now. We are losing a lot on the straight, which is uphill, so it is not easy to manage that.”
penyuall92 - 24/08/2012 09:10 AM
#5235

wsbk : bicara topspeed superbike … zx10r tembus 339 km/h

[quote=]
S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2
Tom Sykes : memecahkan rekor Max Biaggi dengan kecepatan 339 Km/H diatas ZX-10R

Tom sykes semakin menunjukan taji. Disamping berhasil memperoleh kemenangan pertama ditahun 2012 ini, Kawasaki ZX-10R miliknya berhasil tercatat sebagai Motor Superbike “produksi masal” tercepat didunia dengan kecepata 339 km/jam. Sekaligus melampaui rekor yang diperoleh MaxBiaggi 326 km/h ditahun 2010 dan rekor Fabrizio beberama menit sebelumnya.

S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2
Savadori : memecahkan rekor top speed kelas Stock 1000 dengan kecepatan 319 km/h

di kelas Superstok 1000 dimana ban slick tidak boleh digunakan dan elektronik motor tidak boleh di oprek alias kondisi motor benar benar harus seperti spek orisinal (kecuali tanpa lampu dan spion) pemecahan rekor juga terjadi. Kali ini 1199S Panigale besutan Lorenzo Savadori berhasil menembus kecepatan 319 km/jam alias berselish 20 km/jam dibandingkan varian Superbike 1000. ini menunjukan bahwa motor produksi masal semakin cepat …

sumber : indobikermags
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FerryCobra - 24/08/2012 11:25 AM
#5236

WSBK Kicks Off Moscow Round With Party at Ritz

by Leonid Brezhnev's eyebrows
Thursday, August 23, 2012

S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2

Spoiler for news
This just in from WSBK:

Russian Round launch for World Superbike at the Ritz

Moscow (Russia), August 23, 2012 - World Superbike had a high-powered introduction to Russia today with the traditional pre-event press conference for national and international media held in the spectacular rooftop surroundings of the luxury Ritz-Carlton Hotel in central Moscow, literally just a stone's throw away from Red Square and the Kremlin.

The launch of this Sunday's Russian Round of the eni FIM Superbike World Championship, the first time ever a global racing championship, either two wheels or four, is held on Russian soil at the Moscow Raceway, saw the participation of over 100 media who were able to meet and greet the protagonists of this weekend's racing as well as hear what the panel of speakers had to say about this truly landmark event.

The importance of World Superbike's first venture into Russia for the entire region was highlighted by the presence of Gallyamov Amir (Minister of Sport and Tourism for the Moscow Region), and by Alexey Vorobyev (Head of Moscow Sport Committee), while Alexandr Yakhnich (President of YMS Promotion Ltd) and Paolo Ciabatti (SBK Superbike World Championship Director) duly represented the organizers of the Russian Round and the Championship promoters respectively. Ekaterina Belcevich also attended as Head of the Moscow Raceway Project, the brand-new circuit that has been built at a cost of 130 million Euro on the outskirts of Moscow.

"Finally World Superbike has arrived in Russia!, declared Alexandr Yakhnich. "We are happy that the circuit has been completed on time and has been homologated by the FIM. It's been a hard challenge but it has all come about thanks to collaboration between Yakhnich Motorsport and Infront Motor Sports, together with the support of the Moscow government and the Moscow Raceway which has completed the construction of the circuit just in time. A special thanks also to Mr Dmitry Kozak, the deputy prime minister of the Russian Federation, who gave us every possible support. Now the racing starts and we are sure that Russian fans can enjoy this great championship."

Paolo Ciabatti added: "I would like to take this opportunity to thank Alexandr Yakhnich for his great efforts because without him and his team all this would not have been possible. It's a great achievement, we are the first really important motorsports event to come to Russia and it's an honour and privilege to be able to show that our sport is very thrilling and exciting and hopefully it will bring more attention from the Russian general public, also through Russian television and the presence of Russian riders."

Max Biaggi (Aprilia Racing Team), Carlos Checa (Althea Racing Ducati), Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team), Leon Haslam (BMW Motorrad Motorsport) and John Hopkins (FIXI Crescent Suzuki), together with two-time Supersport champion Kenan Sofuoglu and the talented young Russian Vladimir Leonov (Yakhnich Motorsport Yamaha) were the riders selected to represent the arrival of the two FIM-sanctioned world championships to Russia and they took centre stage to answer questions from journalists, before posing for the obligatory photo shoot, this time on the top of the hotel, overlooking Moscow's famous monuments and landmarks.

ENDS
f1zrus - 24/08/2012 04:19 PM
#5237

Kayaknya schedule yang di website wsbk rada ngaco deh.
Klo menurut website sbk schedule FP1 hari sabtu jam 00.45 waktu local indonesia, eh ngga taunya hari ini jam 15.00 wib udah mulai tuh.

Wah..race-nya bisa bentrok sama jadwal motogp di brno nih
luntang_lantung - 24/08/2012 05:35 PM
#5238

Quote:
Original Posted By f1zrus
Kayaknya schedule yang di website wsbk rada ngaco deh.
Klo menurut website sbk schedule FP1 hari sabtu jam 00.45 waktu local indonesia, eh ngga taunya hari ini jam 15.00 wib udah mulai tuh.

Wah..race-nya bisa bentrok sama jadwal motogp di brno nih


iya tuh, masa waktu moscow ama indo beda hampir 24 jam nohope:
Moscow : GMT+3
Indonesia : GMT+7

Quote:

WIB :
FREE PRACTICE 15:45 45'
QUALIFYING PRACTICE 19:30 45'
Saturday 25-08-2012
QUALIFYING PRACTICE 13:45 45'
FREE PRACTICE 16:30 45'
SUPERPOLE (1) 19:00 14'
SUPERPOLE (2) 19:21 12'
SUPERPOLE (3) 19:40 10'
Sunday 26-08-2012
WARM UP 13:20 15'
RACE 1 16:00
RACE 2 19:30


CMIIW
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Moscow - Free practice times (1)
Full free practice times (1) for the 11th round of the 2012 eni World Superbike Championship at the Moscow Raceway, Russia.
1. Marco Melandri ITA BMW Motorrad S1000RR 1m 35.799s
2. Chaz Davies GBR ParkinGO MTC Aprilia RSV-4 1m 36.325s
3. Davide Giugliano ITA Althea Ducati 1098R 1m 36.344s
4. Sylvain Guintoli FRA PATA Ducati 1098R 1m 36.391s
5. Hiroshi Aoyama JPN Honda WSBK CBR1000RR 1m 36.505s
6. Carlos Checa ESP Althea Ducati 1098R 1m 36.520s
7. Niccolo Canepa ITA Red Devils Ducati 1098R 1m 36.567s
8. Leon Haslam GBR BMW Motorrad S1000RR 1m 36.720s
9. Jonathan Rea GBR Honda WSBK CBR1000RR 1m 36.862s
10. Ayrton Badovini ITA BMW Italia Goldbet S1000RR 1m 36.872s
11. John Hopkins USA FIXI Crescent Suzuki GSX-R1000 1m 36.875s
12. Tom Sykes GBR Kawasaki Racing ZX-10R 1m 36.910s
13. David Salom ESP Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 1m 36.995s
14. Lorenzo Zanetti ITA PATA Ducati 1098R 1m 37.105s
15. Eugene Laverty IRL Aprilia Racing RSV-4 1m 37.191s
16. Michel Fabrizio ITA BMW Italia Goldbet S1000RR 1m 37.255s
17. Max Biaggi ITA Aprilia Racing RSV-4 1m 37.355s
18. Leon Camier GBR FIXI Crescent Suzuki GSX-R1000 1m 37.475s
19. Alexander Lundh SWE Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 1m 38.294s
20. David McFadden RSA Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 1m 38.912s
21. Loris Baz FRA Kawasaki Racing ZX-10R 1m 39.191s


go MM33 siul:
iwaay - 24/08/2012 06:56 PM
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Original Posted By luntang_lantung
iya tuh, masa waktu moscow ama indo beda hampir 24 jam nohope:
Moscow : GMT+3
Indonesia : GMT+7


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go MM33 siul:


ayo macio podium lagi di sirkuit anyar wsbkiloveindonesias
luntang lantung - 24/08/2012 09:59 PM
#5240

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Original Posted By iwaay
ayo macio podium lagi di sirkuit anyar wsbkiloveindonesias


pastiinya, max lagi kesulitan keknya disini o

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Moscow - Qualifying times (1)
1. Davide Giugliano ITA Althea Ducati 1098R 1m 35.074s
2. Carlos Checa ESP Althea Ducati 1098R 1m 35.284s
3. Sylvain Guintoli FRA PATA Ducati 1098R 1m 35.751s
4. Marco Melandri ITA BMW Motorrad S1000RR 1m 35.772s
5. Chaz Davies GBR ParkinGO MTC Aprilia RSV-4 1m 35.828s
6. Tom Sykes GBR Kawasaki Racing ZX-10R 1m 35.905s
7. Lorenzo Zanetti ITA PATA Ducati 1098R 1m 35.980s
8. Hiroshi Aoyama JPN Honda WSBK CBR1000RR 1m 35.988s
9. Leon Haslam GBR BMW Motorrad S1000RR 1m 36.039s
10. Jonathan Rea GBR Honda WSBK CBR1000RR 1m 36.061s
11. Niccolo Canepa ITA Red Devils Ducati 1098R 1m 36.143s
12. Loris Baz FRA Kawasaki Racing ZX-10R 1m 36.174s
13. Max Biaggi ITA Aprilia Racing RSV-4 1m 36.236s
14. John Hopkins USA FIXI Crescent Suzuki GSX-R1000 1m 36.293s
15. Ayrton Badovini ITA BMW Italia Goldbet S1000RR 1m 36.326s
16. Michel Fabrizio ITA BMW Italia Goldbet S1000RR 1m 36.442s
17. Eugene Laverty IRL Aprilia Racing RSV-4 1m 36.470s
18. Leon Camier GBR FIXI Crescent Suzuki GSX-R1000 1m 36.533s
19. David Salom ESP Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 1m 36.911s
20. Alexander Lundh SWE Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 1m 38.163s
21. David McFadden RSA Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 1m 38.372s


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