2019 WSBK

Round Seven – Misano – Saturday Report

After a 20-minute delay, racing got underway in treacherous conditions at Misano overnight but after just two full laps, the red flag was brought back out as the rain intensified.  Alex Lowes was the race leader ahead of Jonathan Rea, whilst Tom Sykes and Alvaro Bautista were right behind. After the red flag came out, positions for the new re-start would be made up by the order of the riders at their most recent timing point.

WSBK Rnd Misano Sat Start Sykes
2019 WSBK – Round Seven – Misano – Race One

On the second start over a reduced 18-lap distance, it was another great start for Jonathan Rea ahead of Lowes, with Sykes third and Chaz Davies up to fourth, ahead of Bautista as thunder and lightning lit up the Misano sky.

WSBK Rnd Misano Sat Start Rea Cortese Sykes
2019 WSBK – Round Seven – Misano – Race One

Conditions began to deteriorate and riders began to slow accordingly, with some eventually dropping out.

WSBK Rnd Misano Sat Lowes Sykes Cortese
Alex Lowes and Sandro Cortese sandwich Tom Sykes

With ten laps left to run Alex Lowes crashed out, his lead being handed to Jonathan Rea as the Pata Yamaha man could only watch on, distraught. Michele Pirro then crashed at the same corner.

WSBK Rnd Misano Sat Sykes Bautista
2019 WSBK – Round Seven – Misano – Race One – Tom Sykes

Tom Sykes was now second, and Leon Haslam was third, with Davies and Bautista behind.

On the following lap Rinaldi went down at turn 13, then it was Haslam that slid off at turn 8.

WSBK Rnd Misano Sat Davies Haslam
Haslam chasing Davies

Chaz Davies then made a small error which allowed Bautista through to third place.

WSBK Rnd Misano Sat Davies Bautista Haslam
2019 WSBK – Round Seven – Misano – Race One – Chaz Davies

Loris Baz eventually closed down Davies to get fourth before the Frenchman then hunted down Bautista, but the Spaniard fended off his advances.

WSBK Rnd Misano Sat Bautista Baz
2019 WSBK – Round Seven – Misano – Race One – Baz chasing Bautista

The battle for sixth was raging, as Delbianco came under pressure from Melandri, with the veteran Italian getting ahead of his rookie compatriot on the front straight. Delbianco was then swallowed up at Turn 8, as Toprak Razgatlioglu (Turkish Puccetti Racing), Sandro Cortese (GRT Yamaha WorldSBK) and Yuki Takahashi (Moriwaki Althea Honda Team) moved ahead.

WSBK Rnd Misano Sat Takahashi Melandri
2019 WSBK – Round Seven – Misano – Race One – Yuki Takahashi

Jonathan Rea took his 74th win, 10 years and one day after his first victory came at the same track.

Jonathan Rea – P1

“I had done next to zero laps in the wet this season, even in winter testing. The first time we came across the wet was in morning warm-up at Imola. The gamble to stay inside the box in the wet morning warm up today still paid off, but we did not expect the rain clouds to come for the race. I was very nervous as we did not really have a wet set-up. So we just tried to maximise our potential, ride my own race and our bike works well in these conditions. It is a very stable bike but the track was changing lap-to-lap. Sometimes we had a lot of surface water, sometimes zero surface water. You need much more concentration in a wet race, because the bike is moving much more underneath you and you have to be very precise, especially with the white lines and the kerbs. When Alex came past I was not prepared to take that risk to go that fast. When I was leading the race I tried to manage my rhythm and the gap to behind. Arturo my mechanic was super-good with my pit-board so I could enjoy the last lap.”

WSBK Rnd Misano Sat Rea Wins
2019 WSBK – Round Seven – Misano – Race One – Jonathan Rea wins

Tom Sykes gave BMW their first podium since 2013 at Jerez and Alvaro Bautista salvaged a podium after an eventful first wet race.

Tom Sykes (GBR) – P2

“To say that I am very happy would be a slight understatement. I am very, very happy and it’s just credit to all the guys in the BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team. We’ve been working really hard and finally we’ve got the result which I feel we deserve. We’ve been pushing forward and it’s absolutely fantastic. I really enjoyed riding in the wet conditions. The BMW S 1000 RR gave me some great feedback today and what a better place to do that than here at Misano in front of some amazing fans. So we will try and keep that momentum together and try to get the results tomorrow. Thanks to all!”

WSBK Rnd Misano Sat Sykes Trophy nd
2019 WSBK – Round Seven – Misano – Race One – Tom Sykes took second place

Álvaro Bautista – P3

“Today there were many things new for me, first of all these difficult conditions. As well as doing my first Superbike race in the wet, with the delay in the start and the red flag two times, it was difficult to keep concentration. I made a cautious start to try and understand the conditions of the track; in some parts it was raining too hard while in others the situation was a bit better and when I understood that I could get my feeling and pace. Lap by lap I felt more feedback and went more to the limit so I’m happy for the feeling with this race. It was important to get points and to do it with a podium was a good result.”

WSBK Rnd Misano Sat Bautista Davies Baz
2019 WSBK – Round Seven – Misano – Race One – Alvaro Bautista

Loris Baz (Ten Kate Racing – Yamaha) took fourth place and was top Yamaha, ahead of Chaz Davies in fifth.

Loris Baz – P4

“Four weeks ago, the team were still building the bike and everyone else had done 14 races, while we had completed not even one lap, so it feels good to finish fourth here today. I’m really happy with the result but also with the progress we’ve made with understanding the bike in the dry. I was angry with myself for crashing in Superpole this morning, but the race was cool. When Haslam crashed I pushed really hard to catch Bautista for the final podium place but, as the track started to dry, he was able to increase his pace and it wasn’t possible to close him down. I’m really happy with the result and big thanks to all the guys in the team for their hard work.”

WSBK Rnd Misano Sat Baz
2019 WSBK – Round Seven – Misano – Race One – Loris Baz

Chaz Davies – P5

“It was the first wet race with the Panigale V4 R so overall it wasn’t such a bad performance. I had a problem in the middle of the race with the electronic shifter, then it cleared itself and was fine again, it was probably water-related. That upset my rhythm a bit because I was more or less in with the fight for the podium. I lost a bit of time trying to manually backshift, but to a limited effect. In the last four laps I got back into the rhythm again but the gap to the others was a bit too much. I was quite happy with the feeling with the bike in those conditions, it’s just a shame we didn’t really get to fight with the right package for the whole race distance.”

WSBK Rnd Misano Sat Davies Haslam
2019 WSBK – Round Seven – Misano – Race One – Chaz Davies

Marco Melandri held on to sixth place from 13th on the grid as Toprak Razgatlioglu suffered a huge crash in the final sector of the last lap. Cortese picked up seventh ahead of Yuki Takahashi, Lorenzo Zanetti (Team Goeleven) and Leandro Mercado (Orelac Racing VerdNatura) – the Argentine picking up his first top ten in almost a year. Delbianco was a career-best 11th at the flag.

Marco Melandri – P6

“It was a very, very difficult day, both in the dry and the wet. I never had the feeling with the bike that I was looking for, especially on maximum lean angle. During the race I made a mistake at the beginning when I tried to brake later to stay with the group, but the pace was simply not there today. Difficult conditions, a difficult race and a difficult situation. Tomorrow we will start the sprint race from the back because of the Jerez penalty, so I have nothing to lose. Top nine is the target, but I suspect it’s not going to be easy.”

WSBK Rnd Misano Sat Melandri
2019 WSBK – Round Seven – Misano – Race One – Marco Melandri

Sandro Cortese – P7

“It was a very tough race, as the conditions were very difficult but. It was a completely new situation for us, as we’ve never raced this bike in the rain, so it was a pretty steep learning curve for both me and the team. This meant we weren’t in a position to fight for the top positions, but the goal was to finish the race with as many points as possible, and this is what we did. Of course, I’m not completely happy with seventh after qualifying second on the grid, but I think we have a good day ahead of us tomorrow, with two races in which we can build on what was, overall, a fairly positive start today.”

WSBK Rnd Misano Sat Race Podium Rea Sykes Bautista
2019 WSBK – Round Seven – Misano – Race One

The championship gap is now down to 32 points as Jonathan Rea continues to make gains on Bautista. Tom Sykes, Chaz Davies and Marco Melandri were beneficiaries of Haslam’s crash, as they all close him down – Sykes moving up to eighth overall.

1J.   ReaKawasaki ZX-10RR0.000
2T.   SykesBMW S1000 RR3.692
3A.  BautistaDucati Panigale V4 R7.756
4L.   BazYamaha YZF R112.932
5C.  DaviesDucati Panigale V4 R15.801
6M. MelandriYamaha YZF R141.963
7S.  CorteseYamaha YZF R145.967
8Y.   TakahashiHonda CBR1000RR46.479
9L.   ZanettiDucati Panigale V4 R47.695
10L.   MercadoKawasaki ZX-10RR48.026
11A.  DelbiancoHonda CBR1000RR49.700
12J.   TorresKawasaki ZX-10RR49.833
13S.  CavalieriDucati Panigale V4 R108.793
14R.  KiyonariHonda CBR1000RR113.510
15M. ReiterbergerBMW S1000 RR136.134
Not Classified
RETT.   RazgatliogluKawasaki ZX-10RR1 Lap
RETL.   HaslamKawasaki ZX-10RR6 Laps
RETM. RinaldiDucati Panigale V4 R8 Laps
RETA.  LowesYamaha YZF R110 Laps
RETM. PirroDucati Panigale V4 R10 Laps
RETD.  SchmitterYamaha YZF R110 Laps
PosRiderBike Time
1A.  LowesYamaha YZF R114:31’23.370
2J.   ReaKawasaki ZX-10RR14:31’24.385
3T.   SykesBMW S1000 RR14:31’27.583
4A.  BautistaDucati Panigale V4 R14:31’29.684
5S.  DaviesDucati Panigale V4 R14:31’30.511
6L.   HaslamKawasaki ZX-10RR14:31’27.786
7S.  CorteseYamaha YZF R114:31’29.883
8M. PirroDucati Panigale V4 R14:31’31.595
9L.   BazYamaha YZF R114:31’17.589
10M. MelandriYamaha YZF R114:31’18.021
11Y.   TakahashiHonda CBR1000RR14:31’22.620
12A.  DelbiancoHonda CBR1000RR14:31’23.400
13J.   TorresKawasaki ZX-10RR14:31’23.546
14M. RinaldiDucati Panigale V4 R14:31’23.611
15T.   RazgatliogluKawasaki ZX-10RR14:31’24.019
16L.   MercadoKawasaki ZX-10RR14:31’24.645
17M. ReiterbergerBMW S1000 RR14:31’24.984
18L.   ZanettiDucati Panigale V4 R14:31’25.360
19R.  KiyonariHonda CBR1000RR14:31’27.518
20S.  CavalieriDucati Panigale V4 R14:31’31.172
21D.  SchmitterYamaha YZF R114:31’11.025
Pos RiderBikeTime
1J.   ReaKawasaki ZX-10RR1m34.596
2S.  CorteseYamaha YZF R11m34.951
3T.   SykesBMW S1000 RR1m34.976
4A.  LowesYamaha YZF R11m35.026
5A.  BautistaDucati Panigale V4 R1m35.144
6L.   HaslamKawasaki ZX-10RR1m35.215
7M. RinaldiDucati Panigale V4 R1m35.226
8M. PirroDucati Panigale V4 R1m35.451
9C.  DaviesDucati Panigale V4 R1m35.600
10T.   RazgatliogluKawasaki ZX-10RR1m35.610
11J.   TorresKawasaki ZX-10RR1m35.697
12M. ReiterbergerBMW S1000 RR1m35.971
13M. MelandriYamaha YZF R11m36.145
14L.   MercadoKawasaki ZX-10RR1m36.214
15S.  CavalieriDucati Panigale V4 R1m36.226
16L.   BazYamaha YZF R11m36.538
17L.   ZanettiDucati Panigale V4 R1m36.634
1852   A.  DelbiancoHonda CBR1000RR1m37.171
1972   Y.   TakahashiHonda CBR1000RR1m37.280
2023   R.  KiyonariHonda CBR1000RR1m38.571
219   D.  SchmitterYamaha YZF R11m38.979
1 Alvaro Bautista 316
2 Jonathan Rea 284
3 Michael Van Der Mark 188
4 Alex Lowes 142
5 Leon Haslam 130
6 Marco Melandri 112
7 Chaz Davies 105
8 Tom Sykes 100
9 Toprak Razgatlioglu 95
10 Sandro Cortese 92
11 Jordi Torres 69
12 Michael Ruben Rinaldi 63
13 Markus Reiterberger 51
14 Eugene Laverty 32
15 Leon Camier 26
16 Leandro Mercado 25
17 Loris Baz 24
18 Lorenzo Zanetti 14
19 Ryuichi Kiyonari 14
20 Thomas Bridewell 12
21 Yuki Takahashi 11
22 Alessandro Delbianco 10
23 Samuele Cavalieri 3
24 Hector Barbera 3

World Supersport Qualifying

The 2019 FIM Supersport World Championship took to the Misano World Circuit “Marco Simoncelli” for their Tissot Superpole session, which decided the grid ahead of Sunday’s race. Under darkening skies, it was frenetic action right through the 25-minutes as championship leader Randy Krummenacher (BARDAHL Evan Bros. WorldSSP Team) crashed whilst a stunning late lap from Lucas Mahias (Kawasaki Puccetti Racing) saw the former WorldSSP champion take pole.

WSBK Rnd Misano Sat WorldSSP Mahias
Lucas Mahias

Mahias had a steady session, on the limit throughout the 25-minute encounter, constantly sliding sideways as he looked to get in a strong lap time. In the closing stages, Mahias propelled himself up the order as he stormed to pole position, giving Kawasaki their first in WorldSSP since Kenan Sofuoglu in 2017 at Portimao. Federico Caricasulo (BARDAHL Evan Bros. WorldSSP Team) managed to get second ahead of his teammate Krummenacher, making for a spectacular race day. Mahias’ pole position is France’s 74th in the class.

Once again, it was an impressive showing from Hannes Soomer (MPM WILSport Racedays) who took his joint-best Superpole starting position with fourth place, comfortably finishing as top Honda. Behind him on the second row is Pirelli Thai Round winner Jules Cluzel (GMT94 YAMAHA), whilst wildcard Luca Ottaviani (SGM Tecnic) took a career-best sixth place and will look to be in the fight on Sunday.

Row three features big names, with Isaac Viñales (Kallio Racing) heading it up. The Spaniard has plenty of experience at Misano and put it to good use ahead of Sunday’s race. Raffaele De Rosa (MV AGUSTA Reparto Corse) suffered his worst Tissot Superpole of the year at his home round, whilst Hikari Okubo (Kawasaki Puccetti Racing) was only able to get ninth at the end of the session. The top ten is completed by wildcard Lorenzo Gabellini (GOMMA Racing).

Big names outside of the top ten include Thomas Gradinger (Kallio Racing), back in 12th place and Corentin Perolari (GMT94 YAMAHA) in 15th. Peter Sebestyen (CIA Landlord Insurance Honda), who has taken top tens in the last two races, crashed at Turn 10 and was only able to finish 20th.

1L.   MahiasKawasaki ZX-6R1m38.909
2F.   CaricasuloYamaha YZF R61m39.115
3R.  KrummenacherYamaha YZF R61m39.206
4H.  SoomerHonda CBR600RR1m39.561
5J.   CluzelYamaha YZF R61m39.619
6L.   OttavianiYamaha YZF R61m39.836
7I.    VinalesYamaha YZF R61m39.842
8R.  De RosaMV Agusta F3 6751m39.872
9H.  OkuboKawasaki ZX-6R1m39.913
10L.   GabelliniYamaha YZF R61m40.020
11A.  BadoviniKawasaki ZX-6R1m40.046
12T.   GradingerYamaha YZF R61m40.159
13K.  SmithKawasaki ZX-6R1m40.295
14M. RoccoliYamaha YZF R61m40.387
15C.  PerolariYamaha YZF R61m40.531
16M. CasadeiYamaha YZF R61m40.726
17F.   FuligniMV Agusta F3 6751m40.811
18R.  HartogKawasaki ZX-6R1m40.893
19J.   Van SikkelerusHonda CBR600RR1m40.905
20P.   SebestyenHonda CBR600RR1m40.918
21J.   DaniloHonda CBR600RR1m40.938
22K.  ManfrediYamaha YZF R61m41.080
23F.   FuligniYamaha YZF R61m41.405
24L.   CressonYamaha YZF R61m41.480
25N.  CaleroKawasaki ZX-6R1m41.637
26G.  Van StraalenKawasaki ZX-6R1m41.736
27C.  StangeHonda CBR600RR1m42.014
28P.   HobelsbergerYamaha YZF R61m42.402
29M. HerreraYamaha YZF R61m42.489
30R.  RolfoKawasaki ZX-6R1m42.755
31M. CanducciYamaha YZF R61m42.767
32G.  SconzaHonda CBR600RR1m43.203
33A.  GyorfiYamaha YZF R61m44.168

World Supersport 300 Qualifying

In a rain-affected WorldSSP300 Tissot Superpole session, the grid for the main race on Sunday will see a staggered approach, with those riders in Group A starting from odd grid positions in first, third, fifth etc, and even position starting slots for Group B riders, in a second, fourth, sixth etc format. With this situation, Manuel Gonzalez (Kawasaki ParkinGO Team) took pole position ahead of Andy Verdoïa (BCD Yamaha MS Racing) and Ana Carrasco (Kawasaki Provec WorldSSP300) in third.

WSBK Rnd Misano Sat WorldSSP Gonzalez
Manuel Gonzalez

Gonzalez took to the circuit when it was dry, putting in a strong banker-lap to top Group A, before the rain began to fall with just under five minutes to go. In the Group B session, France’s Andy Verdoïa finished on top which put him in second on the grid on the combined timesheets. The Yamaha rider will look to take his first win and remain in the title fight on Sunday. Reigning WorldSSP300 Champion Ana Carrasco took third, as she looks to continue her bounce back in form.

Having been in the top five at Jerez, it was Victor Steeman (Freudenberg KTM Junior Team) who headed the second row from Group B, ahead of Indonesian rider Galang Hendra Pratama (Semakin Di Depan Biblion Motoxracing) from Group A and Italian wildcard Emanuele Vocino (GRADARACorse) in sixth, having placed third in the wet Group B. He will look to repeat Manuel Bastianelli’s (Prodina IRCOS Kawasaki) achievement from 2018, by taking a win as a wildcard at Misano.

Down the order, it will be the Last Chance Race for the likes of Omar Bonoli (Team Trasimeno Yamaha) and Tom Edwards (Kawasaki ParkinGO Team), whilst Marc Garcia (DS Junior Team) slipped to 15th and only a few places ahead of Scott Deroue in 18th for the main race on Sunday.

Despite a delay in proceedings due to the weather, it was a frantic WorldSSP300 Last Chance Race, run at the Misano circuit over 13 laps. As usual, the top six finishers go through to join the regular riders on the grid for Sunday’s main race and leading them over the line was Kevin Sabatucci (Team Trasimeno Yamaha).

Starting from 21st, Sabatucci had to work hard to get to the front of the field and at one point, he didn’t look like he would feature. However, it was a crash for race leader Bahattin Sofuoglu (Turkish Puccetti Racing by TSM) that closed the leading group up and put more value on the leading positions.

At the line, Sabatucci saw off Maximilian (Freudenberg KTM WorldSSP Team) and Enzo De La Vega (Team MHP Racing – Patrick Pons). In fourth place was Nick Kalinin (Nutec – RT Motorsports by SKM – Kawasaki), with Jose Luis Perez Gonzalez (DS Junior Team) and Tom Edwards (Kawasaki ParkinGO Team) completing the list of riders who will join the rest of the field on Sunday! Dino Iozzo (Nutec – RT Motorsports by SKM – Kawasaki) just missed out and finished seventh.

1M. GonzalezKawasaki Ninja 400A1m49.646
2A.  VerdoïaYamaha YZF-R3B1m59.231
3A.  CarrascoKawasaki Ninja 400A1m50.245
4V.  SteemanKTM RC 390 RB2m00.143
5G. Hendra PYamaha YZF-R3A1m50.436
6E.  VocinoYamaha YZF-R3B2m00.582
7J.  JahnigKTM RC 390 RA1m50.573
8T.  BramichKawasaki Ninja 400B2m00.846
9H. De CancellisYamaha YZF-R3A1m50.677
10J.  BuisKawasaki Ninja 400B2m01.376
11K.  MeuffelsKTM RC 390 RA1m50.909
12F.  RovelliKawasaki Ninja 400B2m01.526
13R. SchotmanKawasaki Ninja 400A1m50.942
14B.  IeraciKawasaki Ninja 400B2m01.638
15M. GarciaKawasaki Ninja 400A1m51.126
16D. LoureiroKawasaki Ninja 400B2m01.800
17F.  Hernandez MYamaha YZF-R3A1m51.210
18S.  DeroueKawasaki Ninja 400B2m01.928
19M. PerezKawasaki Ninja 400A1m51.313
20B.  SanchezKawasaki Ninja 400B2m01.959
21S.  Di SoraKawasaki Ninja 400A1m51.407
22G. MoraYamaha YZF-R3B2m01.987
23T.  KawakamiYamaha YZF-R3A1m51.442
24M. PedeneauYamaha YZF-R3B2m02.036
25M. BastianelliKawasaki Ninja 400A1m51.886
26Y.  OkayaKawasaki Ninja 400B2m02.085
27O. KönigKawasaki Ninja 400A1m52.051
28J.  FaccoYamaha YZF-R3B2m02.216
29M. BertèYamaha YZF-R3A1m52.108
30D. BlinYamaha YZF-R3B2m02.757
31D. KoopmanKawasaki Ninja 400A1m52.114
32R. DoreYamaha YZF-R3B2m02.864
33M. Luna BayenKawasaki Ninja 400A1m52.151
34B.  NeilaYamaha YZF-R3B2m02.906
35T.  ErhardKTM RC 390 RA1m52.326
36M. KapplerKTM RC 390 RB2m03.043
37T.  EdwardsKawasaki Ninja 400A1m52.337
38B.  SofuogluKawasaki Ninja 400B2m03.062
39E.  De La VegaYamaha YZF-R3A1m52.414
40A.  PelikanovaKawasaki Ninja 400B2m03.156
41O. BonoliYamaha YZF-R3A1m52.433
42F.  De BruinYamaha YZF-R3B2m03.186
43D. IozzoKawasaki Ninja 400A1m52.468
44J.  Perez GonzalezKawasaki Ninja 400B2m03.222
45P.  GiacominiKawasaki Ninja 400A1m52.773
46T.  BriantiKawasaki Ninja 400B2m03.353
47K.  ArduiniKawasaki Ninja 400A1m53.067
48V.  SchwarzKawasaki Ninja 400B2m03.354
49K.  AloisiKawasaki Ninja 400A1m53.814
50J.  ForayKawasaki Ninja 400B2m03.555
51K.  HartmannYamaha YZF-R3A1m54.540
52K.  SabatucciYamaha YZF-R3B2m03.864
53B.  MolinaYamaha YZF-R3A1m54.592
54A.  QuinetHonda CBR500RB2m05.186
55S.  NaudKawasaki Ninja 400A1m54.836
56N. BernabèKawasaki Ninja 400B2m11.677
57N. KalininKawasaki Ninja 400A1m59.181
Pos RiderBikeClassGap
1K.  SabatucciYamaha YZF-R3B0.000
2M. KapplerKTM RC 390 RB0.281
3E.  De La VegaYamaha YZF-R3A0.380
4J.   Perez GonzalezKawasaki Ninja 400B1.051
5N.  KalininKawasaki Ninja 400A1.093
6T.   EdwardsKawasaki Ninja 400A1.117
7D.  IozzoKawasaki Ninja 400A1.247
8O.  BonoliYamaha YZF-R3A1.365
9T.   BriantiKawasaki Ninja 400B1.643
10D.  KoopmanKawasaki Ninja 400A1.830
11J.   ForayKawasaki Ninja 400B8.716
12M. Luna BayenKawasaki Ninja 400A9.086
13P.   GiacominiKawasaki Ninja 400A12.067
14K.  AloisiKawasaki Ninja 400A13.270
15A.  PelikanovaKawasaki Ninja 400B20.608
16K.  ArduiniKawasaki Ninja 400A20.949
17R.  DoreYamaha YZF-R3B22.467
18F.   De BruinYamaha YZF-R3B23.128
19S.  NaudKawasaki Ninja 400A101.927
20N.  BernabèKawasaki Ninja 400B106.424
21K.  HartmannYamaha YZF-R3A106.669
Not Classified
RETV.  SchwarzKawasaki Ninja 400B4 Laps
RETT.   ErhardKTM RC 390 RA4 Laps
RETA.  QuinetHonda CBR500RB6 Laps
RETB.  SofuogluKawasaki Ninja 400B9 Laps
RETB.  MolinaYamaha YZF-R3A10 Laps
RETB.  NeilaYamaha YZF-R3B11 Laps
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