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Laguna Seca WSB Results – Race 1

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Race 1 at Laguna Seca was completed earlier today with the factory Kawasakis dominating. Jonathan Rea took the win ahead of teammate Tom Sykes, with Nicky Hayden (Honda) coming home a distant third. Hayden inherited third place after two Ducatis crashed in front of him earlier in the race. Follow this link for complete Race 1 results. Stay turned for a report on Race 2 tomorrow.


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5 Comments

  1. Neil says:

    It’s not what it used to be when Colin Edwards and Troy Bayliss were racing for the title, although the bikes are as fast as ever.
    2001:
    1 Australia Bayliss Ducati
    2 United States Edwards Honda
    3 United States B. Bostrom Ducati
    4 Australia Corser Aprilia
    5 United Kingdom Hodgson Ducati
    6 Spain Xaus Ducati
    7 Italy Chili Suzuki
    8 Japan Okada Honda
    9 Japan Yanagawa Kawasaki
    10 Spain Lavilla Kawasaki
    11 France Laconi Aprilia
    12 France Chambon Suzuki
    13 United Kingdom Toseland

  2. Jeremy in TX says:

    Wow. Bookies everywhere must have been laughing all the way to the bank.

  3. bikerrandy says:

    I voted for Davies to win. We’ll see what happens tomorrow. Congrats to Hayden for getting 3rd place on a slower bike.

  4. VLJ says:

    Rea, Sykes, a couple of Ducatis (before they crashed out), then Hayden?

    Wow. No one saw that coming.

    Wait. Actually, everyone saw it coming, or at least they should have…these idiots notwithstanding…

    http://superbikeplanet.com/souperPoll

    SouperPoll :: Who Will Win Laguna WSBK?

    Laguna Seca WSBK happens next week in Monterey. Who do you think will win the races?

    Nicky Hayden on the Honda

    3468 votes (57.5%)

    Chaz Davies, Ducati man

    1062 votes (17.6%)

    Tom Sykes “Big Balls”

    540 votes (8.9%)

    Jon Rea, Series Champion

    869 votes (14.4%)

    Alex Lowes, Yamaha

    11 votes (0.2%)

    Dave Giugliano, 34 is the number

    15 votes (0.2%)

    Mike Van Der Mark, the new kid

    25 votes (0.4%)

    None of the above

    46 votes (0.8%)