May 2005
Superbike, MotoGP Racing & Calendar Girl News
Official Calendar of the SBK World Superbike Championship

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Page 1 - Sportbikes at LA Calendar Motorcycle Show
Ducati Scores Silverstone World Superbike Round

Race Prepping Yamaha R1 / R6 • Honda CBR1000RR
Rossi's M1 Dyno the 999R05Robin does MV F4-1000 Ago

World's First Test - Ducati Multistrada S It's's Bike of the Year!
World Superbike Valencia Troy Corser Run Away
BSB Superbike Mallory Park
British hero Bob Rutter returns
AMA Superbike Barber Suzuki and Mladin with Hodgson close, again

2005 SBK World Superbike Season Preview - The Most Competitive Ever
Pirelli Calendar 2005 Supermodels get naked in Rio de Janero
• New Bikes!   • Ducati 999R FILA Special Edition   • MV Agusta F4-1000
Ducati 999R05 Our Exclusive First Test with Superbike girl Robin!
Calendar Angels Rock Laguna WSB Race Weekend Robin, Andra, Nicki

Meet our newest SBK Fast Dates World Superbike Angel Gemma Gleeson in the Brands Hatch WSBK Paddock Show Fast Dates Calendar Premier August 6-7th

Chicks rule and hot bikes rule! SBK Fast Dates World Superbike and Team Ducati Corse girl Rock' Robin is hosting the LA Calendar Motorcycle Show.

Ducati Featured Marquee in sponsored Metric Midway
at expanded LA Calendar Motorcycle Show Weekend July 16-17th

Los Angeles, CA May 25th - An exciting new feature of this year's Los Angles Calendar Motorcycle Show at the Queen Mary Event Park in Long Beach on July 16-17th 2005 with be the sponsored Metric Midway where Ducati motorcycles will be the featured marquee. A wide range of special activities for Ducati enthusiasts and fans will be taking place in the Midway including custom and performance bike displays, a special MotoCreations Ducati trophy contest class, together with related Venders, Dealers and Product Manufacturers.

Activities are being organized by Mark Savory of, designer and manufacturer of limited edition Ducati powered sportbikes, who's first prototype bike was premiered to the world at the Show last year. This year Mark is planning to introduce the final production version of his new Ducati V-twin powered roadster, as well as reveal an all new prototype dubbed the "Boom Tube Flyer" - a 1920's era boardtrack racer meets art deco design with a classic Ducati single cylinder engine.

MotoCreations Boardtracker meets classic '50s Ducati single meets Confederate meets Jesse Rooke front end.

On display both days in the Metric Midway will be many of Ducati of North America's Monster Challenge competitors from across America who exhibited in the recent Cycle World International Motorcycle Show tour, with this the first opportunity for many of the customized Monster bikes to be displayed all together in one location at the same time. will also be displaying their highly modified late model Ducati Superbikes. And then on Sunday will be the MotoCreations Ducati Bike Show Contest open to all Ducati bike owner entries.

But the action doesn't stop there. Also featured in the Show's Metric Midway all weekend long will be beautiful girl DJ Samantha Lee ( spinning her original dance tunes to keep things jumping, while spectators can enjoy home made BBQ cooking and Hooters Hot Wings with the beautiful Hooters Girls. While right next door the world record setting Jardine West Coast Horsepower Dyno Shootout will be going full full throttle, open to all contestants, with its own trophy awards and prizes.

The entire Show weekend's activities are being hosted by TV star and SBK World Superbike Ducati Corse umbrella girl "Rockin' Robin Cunningham, former Miss Texas and Miss Hawaiian Tropic International. The weekend also serves as the world premier of the the new 2006 Motorcycle Pinup Calendars, published by Show producer Jim Gianatsis, with Robin featured in all the new Calendars which will be available at the Show.

The Metric Midway is just a small portion of the LA Calendar Motorcycle Show Weekend which is the biggest custom and performance streetbike show in America, and an Official Qualifying Round of the AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building.

Complete details of all the Show's activities and Exhibitor Registration are available HERE.

The final production version of MotoCreation's Flyer 996 production bike will be at the Show.

Also 'rumored' to be appearing at the Show will be the MotoCzyszk MotoGP prototype roadracer (below) which is now in development as a production superbike. Engine is a sideways Yamaha R1 cut in half and then one 2-cylinder bank is turned and geared to counter rotate from the other. This eliminates all torque reactions from acceleratin and closing the throttle. Single shock front suspension employs flexable 'fork blades" to allow wheel sideways travel when the bike is laid over in a corner.

Cycle World previews 2005 LA Calendar Motorcycle Show in June issue!

Our tip of the helmet, or in this case Calendar Angel Rockin' Robin Cunningham's sailor cap, goes to senior editor Dave Edwards for the nice half-page feature preview of this year's upcoming LA Calendar Motorcycle Show in the June issue of Cycle World, the world's largest read motorcycle magazine.

Cycle World normally doesn't cover motorcycle shows, let alone offer up a 1/2 page preview beforehand. We'd like to think the top quality and excitement of our event weekend as the biggest and best custom and performance streetbike Show in the world had a little to do with it.

Other wise it's just the sexy shot of beautiful Robin in her cute sailor outfit posing with Zero Engineering's Best of Show bike from last year?
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LA Calendar Bike Show Exclusive World Premiers July 16-17th!!
The first public appearance of the radical new Dreamcraft Studios DSC-002 Rapture with its 1-piece billet machined aluminum frame. A complete departue from their DCS-001 Sega which premiered with us last year, the Rapture's inspiration came from a 'war machines of the future' theme which the bike's agressive stance stunningly represnts.

Jim Gianatsis will be the first to photograph the newly completed Rapture for the Iron & Lace Calendar and website, with additional photography available for print publications needing editorial feature photography of the bike. Contact: Gianatis Design. More Bike Show Information.

Points leader Corser shares the silver and the podium with first race winner Laconi and 2nd race winner Toseland.

2005 SBK Corona World Superbike Championship, Silverstone Round 4 of 12

Ducati Finally Returns to the Top Step at Silverstone
Laconi and Toseland trade wins ahead of points leader Corser
amid the best racing of the season

Silverstone, Great Britain, May 27-29th-
After some impressive showings in qualifying the factory Ducati Xerox team showed it still had teeth and claws in race conditions at Silverstone, registering its first race wins of the year after two epic Superbike contests. Regis Laconi won the first of the 28-lap fights, held in front of a weekend crowd of 70,000, before the locals went wild celebrating a battling victory for fellow Brit and reigning World Champion James Toseland in the second leg.

Thursday 26 May: Silverstone Circuit in Northants is the venue for round 5 of the World Superbike Championship this weekend, but it won't be the legendary Formula 1 track that greets Ducati Xerox Team riders James Toseland and Régis Laconi as they attempt to build on their positive Monza form.
After last year's high-speed thriller around the one of the fastest circuits in the world, the reigning world champion and his French team-mate will line up on the grid on Sunday for 28 laps of the shorter 3.561 km (2.213 miles) International Circuit, used in the popular British Superbike championship. The main change is that instead of powering down Hangar Straight towards Stowe, the riders will now veer off at Becketts and head directly for Abbey before completing the rest of the considerably shorter airfield layout.

Team Ducati Xero's reigning World Champion James Toseland put his 2005 season back on track with a gritty ride to third place at Monza, immediately followed by a positive three-day test session at Mugello, and he now aims to produce more of the same in front of his home crowd. "After Monza I'm really looking forward to every round from now on but in particular Silverstone", said Toseland. "All I can do is apologize to my British fans for my start to the season. For Silverstone and the home crowd I just want to prove exactly why I've got the number 1 on the bike. I didn't buy it, it was earned last year and I want to prove that we can keep it, especially as it's my first time back for a race in Britain since winning the title.

"I was a bit sceptical at first about racing on the short circuit because we haven't ridden it, but in fact there's not much there that we don't know so it should be OK" he added. "I really benefited from the Mugello test after Monza, because we tried a few things and I went 1.2 seconds quicker than last year so now I'm really looking forward to getting out there at Silverstone on Friday".

Ducati Xerox team mate Régis Laconi was unlucky not to win race 2 at Monza after leading until half-way round the final lap, but the 29-year-old Frenchman is confident that his Ducati team is on the right track for the rest of the season. "I believe we are coming better and better now. At Valencia I was on the pace but unfortunately I didn't race, while at Monza I was very close to the win so I feel that the bike is getting more and more competitive as the season goes on", declared Laconi. "I was surprised to learn that we are racing on the short Silverstone circuit, but for me it doesn't matter if it is long or short, I will give everything as always to get a good result. It will be important in qualifying to get the bike set up right for the tight chicane, because we go through there more times in this year's race. Now the circuit is not so fast, so the settings will be different, but it will still be a great track to race on".

After the first Honda-mounted win of the 2005 championship trail was secured at the previous Monza round, all five supported Honda riders, spread across three quality teams, will be out to increase the total at the new-look Silverstone. Chris Vermeulen (Winston Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR) scored the race two win at Monza, firming up his pre-season promise and adding to his four Honda CBR1000RR wins from his rookie SBK season of 2004.

Vermeulen, like his entire peer group, was surprised to find that the Silverstone event would be run on the 3.561km International circuit, this season, not the usual full Grand Prix track - instantly transforming Silverstone from one of the fastest circuits on the calendar to one of the slowest.

Thus the Silverstone 2005 experience will be a new one, even for the most seasoned rider in the class, Pierfrancesco Chili (Klaffi Honda CBR1000RR), who currently sits in 10th place in the overall championship table. Despite breaking his left collarbone for the third time in four seasons, in practice for the Australian round in March, Chili is recovering well and posted two seventh place finishes at Monza three weeks ago. A recent run of injuries for the Klaffi Honda riders sees Silverstone mark itself as the comeback race for the impressive young talent that is Max Neukirchner (Klaffi Honda CBR1000RR), who was forced to miss the Monza event due to broken thumb on his throttle hand.

Karl Muggeridge (Winston Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR) overcame some early-season misfortunes to post his two best results at Monza, and climb up the championship ladder to 12th, with the promise of even stronger results as he continues in his rookie season of SBK racing.

Ben Bostrom (Renegade Honda Koji CBR1000RR) continues his reintroduction to World Superbike at Silverstone, and is one rider at least who looks forward to the shortened track, which should simplify his set-up tasks somewhat.

Vermeulen, the 2003 World Supersport Champion, admitted to having ridden on the short Silverstone International track before, in his tenure as a British Championship rider.

"I remember the shorter circuit from my days in the British championship but it’ll take a few laps to familiarise myself with it again. The second race win at Monza was long overdue but it felt pretty good all the same. We found the right direction at Monza and we’ll definitely be looking to carry that progress through to Silverstone. We basically lifted the bike at the front and the rear and changed the offset to keep it steering good and it seemed to work pretty well. Silverstone is a place that holds good memories for me, having won the Supersport race there in 2003 and then taking my very first Superbike victory last year.”

Silverstone finally saw the factory Ducatis headed by Regis Laconi on the top of the time sheet ahead of the Corona Suzukis for the first time this season.

Ducati Corse Quickest in Practice
Friday 27 May: The Ducati Xerox Team powered back to the front in the first qualifying session for the British Round of the World Superbike Championship as Régis Laconi and James Toseland headed the timesheets today on the shorter International circuit at Silverstone. Régis and James were already at the front in the morning's free practice session and then continued their good form in the afternoon with first and second quickest times ahead of the Suzuki duo of Corser and Kagayama.

"I'm very happy because we have done a good job to be fastest today" declared Régis. "This morning I did the best lap time and this afternoon also, so that's good for me and good for Ducati to have both riders at the front for the first time this year. On this track we have to say that we are in a better position than we have been so far. I feel very good on the bike, and all the changes we made, made it go faster. The circuit is very hard because there is no time to recover. You are pushing hard all the time but it's very enjoyable. Some of the corners you have to arrive very quick and brake very hard but that's the sort of track that I like".

"We're back and it's nice to be back for my home race" said James. "It was nice for Monza and I knew it would continue here after the Mugello test, where I managed to find that little something extra. The front tyre is working well, the rear we're just struggling with a little bit but we have been right on the pace since this morning. We needed to get it together after the first three rounds, Davide has done a fantastic job of getting the team to rally around me and getting the morale back. The circuit's actually not too bad, it's interesting and still enjoyable to ride round, but it's going to be difficult to pass in the races. I think I can make up a bit more time in the first part because we're struggling with the bumps in the first corner, just 'pogoing' and taking the weight off the front a bit, but on the rest of the circuit we're fine".

PRACTICE TIMES: 1. Laconi (Ducati Xerox) 1m27.578s; 2. Toseland (Ducati Xerox) 1m27.627s; 3. Corser (Suzuki) 1m27.696s; 4. Kagayama (Suzuki) 1m27.832s; 5. Chili (Honda) 1m28.145s; 6. Muggeridge (Honda) 1m28.189s; 7. Haga (Yamaha) 1m28.240s; 8. Vermeulen (Honda) 1m28.310s; 9. Bostrom (Honda) 1m28.366s; 10. Walker (Kawasaki) 1m28.373s; etc.

TV COVERAGE: British Eurosport (UK) - Saturday 28 May, 1615 BST Superpole (live). Sunday 29 May, 1130 BST race 1 (live), 2200 race 2 (delayed). Eurosport (Pan European) - Sunday 29 May, 2245 race 1 + 2 (delayed).

Saturday Super Pole to Kagayama
Yukio Kagayama (Alstare Corona Extra Suzuki) hammered out an impressive Superpole win in windy conditions at Silverstone, with a weekend best lap time of 1’26.679. In a session where many riders improved on their best time from previous qualifying sessions, Kagayama took his third pole of the year, this time from his revived Japanese compatriot Noriyuki Haga (Yamaha Motor Italia), who had himself only qualified 12th best in the regulation sessions.

The fastest rider on day one, Regis Laconi (Ducati Xerox 999), was third quickest in Superpole, making it three different makes of machine in the first three grid positions. 1996 World Champion Troy Corser (Alstare Corona Extra Suzuki) secured the last place on the front row, a fine location from which to defend his impressive championship lead come raceday.

Chris Vermeulen (Winston Ten Kate Honda) was the quickest man in overall regulation qualifying, and was thus last man away in the single lap Superpole contest. The Aussie rider headed up a further 16 riders who were all within one second of his provisional pole time – making this the second closest qualifying session in SBK history. The winner of Monza race two could only take fifth place after Superpole itself, however, with his team-mate Karl Muggeridge 11th.

Superpole results, Superbike World Championship round 5, Silverstone, Great Britain: 1 Kagayama 1:26.679; 2 Haga +0.306; 3 Laconi +0.407; 4 Corser +0.498; 5 Vermeulen +0.582; 6 Cardoso +0.720; 7 Toseland +0.905; 8 Walker +1.126; 9 Pitt +1.182; 10 Neukirchner +1.209; 11 Muggeridge +1.335; 12 McCoy +1.406; 13 Chili +1.450; 14 Abe +1.454; 15 Bostrom +2.218; 16 Roccoli +2.229

Saturday free practice: 1 Kagayama 1:27.178; Corser 1:27.312; 3 Laconi 1:27.669; 4 Toseland 1:28.082; 5 Haga 1:28.103; 6 Walker 1:28.151; 7 Bostrom 1:28.291; 8 Vermeulen 1:28.298; 9 Chili 1:28.420; 10 Abe 1:28.530; 18 McCoy 1:28.863; 22 Martin 1:30.438

Saturday morning qualifying practice (best qualifying time bracketed): 1 Vermeulen (Winston Ten Kate) 1:27.508; 2 Corser (Alstare Suzuki Corona) 1:27.539; 3 Laconi (Ducati Xerox) 1:27.686 (1:27.578); 4 Toseland (Ducati Xerox) 1:27.741 (1:27.627) 5 Neukirchner (Klaffi Honda) 1:27.641; 6 Kagayama (Alstare Suzuki Corona) 1:27.649; 7 Cardoso (DFX Treme) 1:27.854; 8 Walker (PSG-1 Kawasaki) 1:27.936; 9 Roccoli (Team Lorenzini) 1:28.020; 10 Muggeridge (Winston Ten Kate Honda) 1:28.099; 16 McCoy (Foggy PETRONAS Racing) 1:28.819 (1:28.449); 24 Martin (Foggy PETRONAS Racing) 1:29.696

Race One saw Laconi (55) fight his way past Corser (11) to win with justthis slight lead, followed by team mate Toseland (110 and Vermeulen (behind).

The Championship Heats Up as Ducati's Men Slow the Suzuki Steam Roller
Silverstone (UK), Sunday 29 May: Règis Laconi and James Toseland took a win apiece for the Ducati Xerox Team in the fifth round of the World Superbike championship in front of a 70,000 strong crowd at the Silverstone circuit. Frenchman Laconi scored his ninth career triumph and Ducati's first win of the year when he took the chequered flag in Race One, but it was Toseland who really set the home fans alight with a controlled but aggressive display of riding in Race Two to seal the reigning champion's first win of the year.

Race One to a Tearfully happy Laconi:
A great start from Noriyuki Haga (Yamaha Motor Italia) put him in contention for the win for most of the race, but a technical problem with his fuel pump ruled him out late in event, leaving three riders to battle it out. Regis Laconi (Ducati Xerox 999) held off Troy Corser (Alstare Corona Extra Suzuki) to record his first win of the year. Local hero James Toseland (Ducati Xerox) scored third place; a taste of things to come. Such was the pace of the leading three, that fourth placed rider Chris Vermeulen (Winston Ten Kate Honda) was 11 seconds down on the leaders, and Laconi took the new circuit lap record of 1’27.130.

"I have wanted to win since the beginning of the season" said a tearful Régis from the top step of the podium. "I almost did it in Monza, but I was a bit disappointed about losing out on the final lap. Now I am very happy to win this one because it is the first victory this year. It's good because it means that Ducati are doing a great job together to get back to the front and with James on the podium with me it was a good result for all of us. In the last few laps I knew Troy was behind me so I tried my best not to make any mistake in all the corners. I think that if I am very clean in all the corners it becomes hard for Troy to pass. During the race I had to pass three guys to take the lead, so I rode hard and aggressive, but I am a very happy man today because we did a good job and won one more time for Ducati".

Race Two to Reigning Champ Toseland
With long time leader Corser once more fighting with Haga, and Laconi out after a lap two crash, James Toseland hit the lead after 17 laps, running hard at the front but unable to shake off Corser and the very slowly fading Haga. Toseland’s final efforts were enough to give him the race win, his first of the year, and bring him closer to the overall championship battle – as well as make the British bank Holiday weekend a party for all his massed countrymen. Corser’s second place nonetheless increased his championship lead, to 78 points, from his team-mate Yukio Kagayama, who fell in race one, and was only seventh in the second 28-lap contest.

"Its always nice to win especially with the tough start to this season, but as I said after the first race, I never give up" declared James. "The team has worked fantastically well, thanks to Davide Tardozzi and Paolo Ciabatti for all the work they've done with me. We made a slight change from first race to second race and it was worth half a second a lap faster, the difference between finishing third and first, but it was a long race and seeing L18 after about 45 minutes is really tough!

"I did it the hard way again, letting them get away at the start and having to chip away but once I'd got on the tail, it was difficult with Nori and Troy and it took me quite a few laps to get by. I've never won before at Silverstone and that was one of my goals in life. It feels as good as I thought it would!".

Laconi who had won the first race from Corser, only got as fars as the 2nd lap inRace Two when he lost the rear of his Ducati 999 and crashed out. "In race 2 I was right behind Haga and Corser when I went into the last chicane and lost control of the rear of the bike and there was nothing more that I could do. It was a real pity but I will try and make up for it in front of the Italian fans at the next race at Misano".

Big Name Stars Suffer Varying Fortunes
A strong second race performance for Chris Vermeulen gave him another fourth place, keeping him third in the championship, only three points from second place. Pierfrancesco Chili (Klaffi Honda) fought off cramp and some close attentions from other riders to record a pair of fifth places, while his injured team-mate Max Neukirchner was an impressive seventh, then a crash affected 18th, pushed off the circuit for a time by a fallen machine. Karl Muggeridge (Winston Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR) slugged out two tenth places, on a day of symmetrical results for the highest placed Honda riders. Chili’s team-mate Max Neukirchner (Klaffi Honda CBR1000RR) had a day of contrasts, overcoming the pain of his recently broken wrist to secure seventh in race one, but knocked off his machine temporarily to finish 18th in the second leg.

Chris Walker (PSG-1 Kawasaki ZX-10R) rode his heart out for his home crowd at Silverstone, finishing almost within touching distance of Chili in both races - and swelling his points score enough to go sixth overall in the title race. A good meeting in parts for Kawasaki riders of note put Giovanni Bussei (Bertocchi Kawasaki) an aggressive eighth in the opener, after a brilliant ride through the field.

Andrew Pitt (Yamaha Motor Italia) was forced to take a ride through penalty after crashing in the morning warm up, after which his machine’s engine failed to cut out. He finished race one 13th, despite this handicap. A battling ride around a circuit layout he was not keen on saw him ninth in race two. Norick Abe suffered a clutch failure on his Yamaha Motor France Ipone machine, but recovered to beat Pitt over the line for eighth - in his first Silverstone visit. Ben Bostrom (Renegade Honda Koji CBR1000RR) had the sub frame on his machine break in race one and then finish 14th in race two, fighting a lack of front-end grip after changes in set-up between races. Karl Muggeridge (Winston Ten Kate Honda) was tenth in both races.

Garry McCoy broke an unwelcome season-long duck to secure his first points on his Foggy Petronas triple, taking 13th place in race two. His team-mate Steve Martin had one DNF in race one and a 20th place in the second outing.

Superbike Race 1: (Laps 28 = 99,708 Km)
Pos /Rider /Nat. /Team / Time /Gap
1 / R. LACONI / FRA / Ducati Xerox / 40'58.899 /
2 / T. CORSER / AUS / Alstare Suzuki Corona Extra / 40'58.995 / 0.096
3 / J. TOSELAND / GBR / Ducati Xerox / 41'00.035 / 1.136
4 / C. VERMEULEN / AUS / Winston Ten Kate Honda / 41'10.184 / 11.285
5 / P. CHILI / ITA / Klaffi Honda / 41'13.548 / 14.649
6 / C.WALKER / GBR / PSG-1 Kawasaki Corse / 41'15.360 / 16.461
7 / M.NEUKIRCHNER / GER / Klaffi Honda / 41'39.364 / 40.465
8 / G.BUSSEI / ITA / Kawasaki Bertocchi / 41'42.164 / 43.265
9 / J. CARDOSO / ESP / D.F.X. Treme / 41'45.310 / 46.411
10 / K. MUGGERIDGE / AUS / Winston Ten Kate Honda / 41'48.110 / 49.211
11 / Y. KAGAYAMA / JPN / Alstare Suzuki Corona Extra / 41'50.605 / 51.706
12 / M.SANCHINI / ITA / PSG-1 Kawasaki Corse / 41'55.273 / 56.374
13 / A. PITT / AUS / Yamaha Motor Italia WSB / 42'10.501 / 1'11.602
14 / A. VELINI / ITA / Team Pedercini / 42'24.085 / 1'25.186
15 / M.PRAIA / POR / DFXtreme Sterilgarda / 42'24.873 / 1'25.974
Fastest Lap Lap 9° Régis Laconi 1'27.130 147,132 Km/h

Superbike Race 2: (Laps 28 = 99,708 Km)
Pos /Rider /Nat. /Team / Time /
1 / J. TOSELAND / GBR / Ducati Xerox / 40'55.190 /
2 / T. CORSER / AUS / Alstare Suzuki Corona Extra / 40'55.663 / 0.473
3 / N.HAGA / JPN / Yamaha Motor Italia WSB / 40'58.377 / 3.187
4 / C. VERMEULEN / AUS / Winston Ten Kate Honda / 41'01.881 / 6.691
5 / P. CHILI / ITA / Klaffi Honda / 41'12.113 / 16.923
6 / C.WALKER / GBR / PSG-1 Kawasaki Corse / 41'12.247 / 17.057
7 / Y. KAGAYAMA / JPN / Alstare Suzuki Corona Extra / 41'23.438 / 28.248
8 / N. ABE / JPN / Yamaha Motor France-Ipone / 41'26.950 / 31.760
9 / A. PITT / AUS / Yamaha Motor Italia WSB / 41'27.274 / 32.084
10 / K. MUGGERIDGE / AUS / Winston Ten Kate Honda / 41'31.682 / 36.492
11 / L. LANZI / ITA / Ducati SC Caracchi / 41'34.660 / 39.470
12 / I. CLEMENTI / ITA / Team Pedercini / 41'35.372 / 40.182
13 / G.MCCOY / AUS / Foggy Petronas Racing / 41'36.515 / 41.325
14 / B. BOSTROM / USA / Renegade Koji / 41'41.286 / 46.096
15 / M.ROCCOLI / ITA / Italia Lorenzini by Leoni / 41'51.441 / 56.251
Fastest Lap 5° Troy Corser 1'27.166 147,071 Km/h
Lap Record: 2005 Régis Laconi 1'27.130 147,130Km/h

Riders Championship Standings:
1 CORSER 222, 2 KAGAYAMA 144, 3 VERMEULEN 141, 4 LACONI 112, 5 TOSELAND 98,
6 WALKER 74, 7 PITT 70, 8 HAGA 68, 9 CHILI 66, 10 ABE 62, 11 NEUKIRCHNER 50,
12 MUGGERIDGE 50, 13 BUSSEI 39, 14 GIMBERT 26, 15 BOSTROM 21.

Supersport Again to Charpentier
: Winston Ten Kate Honda’s 2005 sensation Sebastien Charpentier took victory number three in five attempts, winning out in a near-race long battle with Aussie rider Kevin Curtain (Yamaha Motor Germany). Such was their pace that Charpentier was some 20.4 seconds clear of third place rider Fabien Foret. British wildcard rider Craig Jones (Northpoint Ekerold Honda) retired but it was a season best for GIL Motorsports Honda rider Stephane Chambon, who was fourth overall. Broc Parkes (Yamaha Motor Germany) went fifth after Michel Fabrizio (Team Italia Megabike) retired with clutch problems. Barry Veneman had an excellent sixth on his Suzuki Netherlands machine, while Gianluca Nannelli was top Ducati rider, seventh on his SC 749R. Championship second place rider Katsuaki Fujiwara (Winston Ten Kate Honda) struggled against the pain of injury from a practice crash to finish ninth.

Supersport Race: (Laps 28 = 99,708 Km)
Pos /Rider /Nat. /Team / Time /Gap
1 / S. CHARPENTIER / FRA / Winston Ten Kate Honda / 41'53.540 /
2 / K. CURTAIN / AUS / Yamaha Motor Germany / 41'56.383 / 2.843
3 / F. FORET / FRA / Team Megabike / 42'13.945 / 20.405
4 / S. CHAMBON / FRA / Gil Motor Sport / 42'15.903 / 22.363
5 / B. PARKES / AUS / Yamaha Motor Germany / 42'18.363 / 24.823
6 / B. VENEMAN / NED / Suzuki Nederland / 42'25.550 / 32.010
7 / G.NANNELLI / ITA / Ducati SC Caracchi / 42'27.182 / 33.642
8 / A. CORRADI / ITA / Ducati Selmat / 42'30.866 / 37.326
9 / K. FUJIWARA / JPN / Winston Ten Kate Honda / 42'31.329 / 37.789
10 / T. LAUSLEHTO / FIN / Klaffi Honda / 42'31.368 / 37.828
11 / S. LE GRELLE / BEL / Le Grelle Dholda in Action / 42'40.558 / 47.018
12 / J. FORES / ESP / Alstare Suzuki Corona Extra / 42'41.038 / 47.498
13 / J. DA COSTA / FRA / Lightspeed Kawasaki / 42'42.035 / 48.495
14 / T. TUNSTALL / GBR / Hardinge Bridgeport / 42'44.320 / 50.780
15 / J. JANSEN / NED / Suzuki Nederland / 42'46.512 / 52.972
Fastest Lap 2° Sébastien Charpentier 1'29.027 143,997 Km/h
Lap Record: New Track
Riders Championship Standings:

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Long Beach , July 16-17th - Beautiful DJ Samantha Lee ( has just been confirmed to spin her original tunes both days in the exciting new Metric Midway at this July's LA Calendar Motorcycle Show. The Metric Midway features our exclusive, Jardine West Coast Horsepower Dyno Shootout, the new Ducati bike display, and the 2Wheel Tuner magazine Sportbike Contest.
Stop by Sammys website to preview her tunes which will rock the Midway all weekend between blasts of the Jardine Dyno

Plus, just one of the incredible bands performing on stage throughout the weekend at the other end of the Queen Mary Park is Ballentine, an LA based pop/punk/rock band, began by touring internationally with the USO. Shortly after, they signed an "In-Theater" documentary deal with MovieTunes, which led to having numerous songs from their album, "4U" played in over 20,000 AMC/Carmike Theaters nationwide. Heather (lead vocals) and Frank (bass/vocals) starred on ABC's nationally televised summer reality show, "The Ultimate Love Test" which exposed Ballentine's music to millions of viewers.

Most recently, Ballentine signed a recording contract and national distribution deal with OME (Original Man Entertainment) and Lightyear / WEA (Warner/Electra/Atlantic).
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Silverstone SBK Preview
Pirelli Updates Spec Tires

26th May 2005, Silverstone (UK) – As The partnership between Pirelli and World Superbike has delivered close and exciting racing since day one but at the last race of the 2005 championship, at Monza, some real world comparisons proved the progress of Pirelli’s technical development.

After weather issues and occasional poor track conditions on raceday at most of the early season venues, Monza offered almost ideal track conditions. The fact that the pace improved by one second in race conditions, and eight tenths of a second in qualifying, demonstrated that Pirelli’s dedicated solutions performed as planned.

The pace of development continues for the Silverstone round, but a relatively late change in the track layout means that the solutions Pirelli are bringing were produced with the full F1 circuit in mind, rather than the current International layout. Thus the Silverstone-specific tyres were made for the high speeds of the full circuit, not the much reduced pace of the shorter one. Nonetheless, a new carcass, produced after the Monza weekend, has been designed to work well during changes in direction through the slow chicanes. In addition to all the new products, Pirelli will also bring the most popular tyres from last year’s event, to give the teams a benchmark to work from.

At this round there will be four different front tyre solutions in Superbike instead of three, to give the teams the chance to experiment with ever-softer front tyres, allowing them more grip in race conditions.
The Silverstone qualifying tyre will be the same as those used - and greatly appreciated - by the riders at Monza

With the notoriously fickle British weather expected to play its part once more at Silverstone, there will be three Supersport tyres available for this race.

Leading British Supersport riders Craig Jones and Cal Crutchlow, (Team Northpoint Ekerold Honda) will be wildcard riders at Silverstone, backing up their outstanding abilities in the British series on Pirelli rubber.

The scope and scale of Pirelli’s operations in World Superbike continue unabated, with 30 personnel on site, based in eight trucks. Some 6000 tyres are transported to each of the rounds, a fact which illustrates the efforts expended by Pirelli in this important global series.

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Dear Fast Dates,
I'm a huge Honda superbike Fan. I own a 2004 RC51 painted in West Honda Pons trim. I've been looking to the ends of the earth to find a West Honda Pons Umbrella girl outfit for my girlfriend. To complete the package as it were. If could you point me in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated. I would graciously submit any resulting photos to your web site. Thank you in advance for any help you can offer.
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Dear Matt, You'll never get the trick spandex umbrella uniform from a factory team. They only custom make enough for their own use (meaning expensive). Nor would they sell it to appear somewhere they can not control. Team Ducati Corse has my Calendar models return all their team grid girl apparel at the end of the race day.

However, you can buy some licensed team apparel from, They have team shirts and caps that you can match to a skirt, but the spandex umbrella girl stuff you'll have to make yourself if you really want it. Meanshile, you are more than welcome to send us a picture of your bike and girlfriend in a bikini!

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Win the ultimate Track Attack Premier track day with Niall Mackenzie at Donington Park, England
YOU could win a Track Attack Premier track day with Rizla Suzuki Team Performance Co-ordinator and triple BSB Champion Niall Mackenzie at the full Donington Park GP circuit worth £195 in this free to enter competition.

You'll need your own bike for the track day on Saturday, July 2nd, at the Leicestershire circuit. You'll get 20-mins per hour on track between 9am and 5pm. All abilities of rider are welcome and there are top-quality instructors on hand for your benefit.
As the winner of this competition you'll get special attention from Niall as well as a pillion ride around the track if you are brave enough!

There are plenty of activities on the day with computer games and Scalextric to try your skills in-between sessions. There is a free all day buffet, starting with bacon sandwiches followed by a hot lunch and afternoon tea. That's on top of free tea and coffee all day long - and there is a free gift for every participant and a cloakroom to boot!

For further details on these fantastic Track Attack Premier track days, call Caroline on (011) 44 1332-819503 now. If you book a track day and mention Rizla Suzuki, you will receive a complementary pillion ride with Niall, normally costing £20, absolutely free.
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McCoy penalised at Silverstone
Garry McCoy will start tomorrow's Superbike World Championship fifth round races from the third row of the Silverstone grid.
But the Australian has been handed a ride-through penalty for the first of the two races after an infringement of the rules governing holes drilled into the fairings.

In windy morning conditions at the Northamptonshire circuit, the team deployed the same fairings used in similar conditions earlier in the season at Phillip Island.
However, the FIM have since changed the rules to state that holes clustered in an area greater than 25 sq cm, must be covered with a painted wire mesh. This mesh was omitted by the team but, despite the fact that no time gain was made during that qualifying session, the FIM enforced the penalty. This will be imposed early in the first race, at the FIM's discretion.

Team manager Jack Valentine said: "We argued that the FIM could have shown more sympathy to us as the holes did not affect our performance. I feel disappointed for Garry, who has been riding his hardest all weekend. It was an oversight on our part, but not one that resulted in a performance advantage. However, rules are rules so we have just got to take it on the chin."

Garry, who jumped from 16th to 12th with an excellent Superpole lap, said: "I think the decision stinks as I felt the FIM should have spelled this out when we asked them about the holes this morning. We were not trying to hide anything and it did not result in my times being any better. The wind seemed to set the bike off in a way that made it unrideable in the morning but I managed to hang onto my Superpole place. In the afternoon the spare bike did not move around as much in the wind and the lap time consistency from yesterday returned.

"I was definitely happy with my Superpole lap. It's the closest we have been to pole since Phillip Island. There's always room for improvement though and the back end came round on me at the end of the back straight and out of the final chicane. But it's all down to one lap and you have to push for it, although I am still happier when the green light shows on a Sunday."

PREVIEW: Italian Alice Grand Prix, Mugello, Italy, 3rd, 4th & 5th June 2005
The Gauloises Yamaha Team’s MotoGP World Championship challenge resumes this weekend with the team in better shape than ever ahead of their home event, the Italian Grand Prix at Mugello. Whilst a brief two-week respite has given riders Valentino Rossi and Colin Edwards a vital opportunity to recharge their batteries, the team’s engineers have taken the chance to make further improvements to their YZR-M1 machines on the back of a valuable day of tests after the last round at Le Mans.

The stop-start nature of the French circuit and the tight and twisty turns of Shanghai will be a distant memory as the riders now prepare to tackle three of the fastest racetracks in the world - Mugello, Catalunya and Assen – over the next four weekends. The characteristics of the circuits will provide a wholly different challenge for the YZR-M1 and the team has worked specifically to adapt the machines accordingly in the recent test.

Rossi reported positively on new engine parts that the factory’s engineers are now aiming to incorporate to the bikes in time for Mugello, a circuit that demands optimum horsepower down the second longest straight on the calendar – measuring some 1,141m. Meanwhile, work has been continuing on the swiftly improving electronics and engine mapping as the engineers look to optimise the bike’s acceleration capabilities, with the riders aiming to hit incredible top speeds of over 330km/h.

Whilst progress continues to be made with their machines, the riders are also growing in stature with every Grand Prix that goes by and they arrive in Italy in confident moods after a dominant showing at the last round in France, where they took the front two places on the starting grid and both finished on the podium in the race. Whilst Rossi’s third victory from four races extended his championship lead to 37 points over Marco Melandri (Honda), third place for Edwards saw him close in on fifth overall and made further steps up the championship standings ladder a realistic target over the coming weeks.

As well as consolidating the riders’ positions in the World Championship standings, their success at Le Mans also extended the Gauloises Yamaha Team lead in the Teams’ World Championship and kept Yamaha on top in the Manufacturers’ rankings. It is an ideal base for the team to work from at Mugello, which lies deep in the Tuscan hills just over 300 kilometres from the team’s base at Gerno di Lesmo, near Milan.

As arguably the biggest name in Italian sport at the moment, Valentino Rossi is in for another busy weekend as his home Grand Prix brings a host of extra pressures. As well as an expectant capacity crowd, the demands of the local media are sure to make life harder for the reigning World Champion.

“Mugello is always the busiest weekend of the year for me, but the most important thing is what happens on the track” explained Rossi, who took victory for Yamaha in a rain-interrupted race at Mugello last season. “Of course Mugello is very special because it is my home race, and I hope a lot of people will come. Last year was unbelievable – it was hard to explain the emotion I felt when I heard the crowds cheering for me on the last few laps. It’s nice to arrive there on top of the championship and hopefully we can put on a good show.”

After an energy-sapping start to the season, his best since 2002, Rossi says he was glad of the chance to relax for the past two weekends and is now ready to return to his best form at a crucial stage of the campaign. “We’ve had an extra week of holiday which has been really important because now we have three races coming up in four weekends, at Mugello, Catalunya and Assen, and they will all be very hard. When you have a few races so close together a lot of things can change in a short space of time, so it is important to keep the concentration and continue in the way we have started the season.

"The test in Le Mans has given us some good things to take to Mugello and hopefully we'll be able to use the new engine parts there and put to practice the things we've learnt. We continued to work on the general set-up and also tested some new tyres with Michelin, from which we found some good options to use in Mugello. We tried quite a lot of new things that I think will help us in Mugello so I am feeling positive.”


Colin Edwards arrives in Mugello as one of Rossi’s biggest rivals for victory, having finally broken his run of early season bad luck with a thrilling ride at Le Mans. The American led the way for much of the race in France before taking a creditable third place, his first podium appearance for Yamaha in MotoGP. He will not be short of local backing himself after making a lasting impression on Italian race fans with a title-clinching victory over Troy Bayliss in a breathtaking final round of the World Superbike series in 2002.

“I’ve got a lot of fans in Italy after the win at Imola in 2002 and I always enjoy going back there,” says Edwards. “My chief mechanic is Italian, most of the team are too and we’re based just down the road from Mugello, so it’s a big race to do well in. Obviously it is Valentino’s home Grand Prix, which also makes it special. It pretty much goes crazy wherever he is in the world, so in Italy it should be bananas!”

Like Rossi, Edwards’ progress at Le Mans extended to the extra day of testing as he concentrated his work on suspension and tyres. With Yamaha’s engineers endeavouring to provide the new engine parts for both riders at Mugello, the weekend should see more steps forward for the 31-year-old.

“At the test we played around with the suspension and the mapping to try to find ways to make the bike easier to ride and more forgiving. It’s definitely getting better. We tested some tyres, found a new front that we’re happy with and spent a lot of time on the settings, so that we can hopefully just fire away when we get to Mugello.

“I’m 100% positive that we’ve found a good setting to enable us to get there and be quick from the start – just like we did at Le Mans. It’s been a tough start to the year for me but a lot of things came together in France and now we just want to take the next step on from there.”

The Ducati Marlboro Team comes home to Italy for some full-throttle action around majestic Mugello, arguably MotoGP's greatest racetrack. Urged on by Italian oxygen and the cheers of the Ducatisti, the Bologna-based squad is ready to achieve the results that recent events have promised but not delivered.
Riders Loris Capirossi and Carlos Checa have both shown impressive speed at various stages during the first four GPs, they just need a little luck to bring them back to the front of the pack.

"Both guys are very motivated and confident for the Italian GP," says Ducati MotoGP project leader Livio Suppo. "We had a good test session at Le Mans after the French GP. We tried tyres that worked really well, with good durability. The weather so far this year has been dreadful - four GPs and three affected by rain - so we are really hoping for four hours of dry practice and then a dry race at Mugello. It would be fantastic to give the 3000 fans in the Ducati Grandstand a great performance!".

Mugello should be a great track for the team's awesomely quick Ducati Marlboro Team Desmosedici GP5. The circuit is fast and flowing, the kind of layout that really suits the GP5's character.
"I think the bike is well suited to Mugello," affirms Ducati Marlboro Team technical director Corrado Cecchinelli. "The track's dominant features are its fast straight and high-speed chicanes. But it's a very complete circuit, with uphill and downhill sections, so you need a well-balanced bike. For sure it will be a crazy weekend with all the fans around, but we are looking forward to it."

Of course, the Ducati Marlboro Team can count on the support of thousands of Ducatisti who will throng the hillsides around the high-speed track. There's even a special Ducati grandstand for 3000 Ducatisti at Correntaio, the 180-degree right-hander that sees riders begin the run back to the final corner.

An Italian rider on an Italian bike at an Italian racetrack - all eyes will be on Loris Capirossi at Mugello. But the 32-year-old Ducati Marlboro Team man is used to the pressures of racing in front of his countrymen, this is his 16th Italian Grand Prix.

"Mugello is a great track and I still have great memories of 2003, when we finished second on the first Desmosedici," smiles Capirossi. "I love the track, so does the bike and I'm confident that the Bridgestones will be really good there. Mugello is always a major challenge for riders and engineers, because there is so much to understand. You need a very well-balanced bike, so you have confidence to attack the fast, downhill corners with negative camber and bumps. My favourite part of the circuit is Arrabbiata, especially the final part, because it's really fast, bumpy and difficult, plus the exit over the brow of the hill is totally blind. When you get it right it's a real thrill!"

Capirossi won the premier-class Italian GP in 2000 and finished second in 2001 and 2003.

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