News AMA Superbike vs. World Superbike at MMP

Tuesday, May 29th 2012. | Moto GP News

News Jake Holden WSBK Miller Motorsports Park

News AMA Superbike vs. World Superbike at MMP, Last period we put together the QP2 times from Group Superbike with the Identifying times from AMA Superbike, to see how Our nation’s best motorcycle oppositions selection up on against the globally competition of a similar name. Of course there are different guidelines in each sequence (not to carry up a large variety of other factors), which change a bit on how groups are authorized to improve their competitors motorcycles, so there is not an real assessment between the two sequence, but it makes for something interesting to think about with your day coffee, and the results this period may impact you.

Before we drop into it, there are some is aware on the table below, namely the use of WSBK’s QP2 times instead of those from Superpole. The biggest aspects for this is because the two sessions were on the same day, and roughly during the same period shape, which with Miller’s different environment this period was important to offer a more accurate advice of aspects (we used the same sessions in last year’s articles as well).
Looking at the results from last period, what is immediately obvious is that Group Superbike is actually lapping a section more gradually than last year’s rate at the Usa round (a several tenths of a second difference). Meanwhile, the rate in AMA Superbike is especially faster, which is obvious by the large variety of AMA individuals put together in with the WSBK oppositions. This versions completely to last year’s results where, without a few outliers, the put together times could easily be drawn into two groups, on a basically series-related platform.
Once again, Josh Hayes is the fastest AMA individual in our analysis, but now Josh places in 12th with the WSBK wrap up, whereas last period he was 19th millennium. Also showing the improved rate in AMA Superbike, Blake Younger makes a little stage up, but the inclusion of individuals like He May, Danny Eslick, and Level Lee Hayden in the higher places of the put together collections show that its not just one or two individuals getting up the rate, but the AMA’s top groups overall.
With a several AMA regulars wildcarding in the WSBK competitors (Jake Merc & Geebet Turpin), some calibration can be designed on our understanding of the versions between hurrying in the AMA and hurrying in Group Superbike. We will let you argument that in articles, but of notice, only four of the AMA Superbike individuals would have been cut by the FIM’s 107% qualifications guide, importance all the individuals here are very really fast.

Combined Results from AMA Superbike’s Qualifying Session and World Superbike’s Qualifying Practice 2 – Sunday May 27th, 2012

Pos. Rider Team Bike Time Diff.
1 Jakub Smrz Liberty Racing Team Effenbert Ducati 1098R 1’48.517
2 Carlos Checa Althea Racing Ducati 1098R 1’48.789 0.272
3 Marco Melandri BMW Motorrad Motorsport BMW S1000 RR 1’49.009 0.492
4 Sylvain Guintoli Team Effenbert Liberty Racing Ducati 1098R 1’49.079 0.562
5 Eugene Laverty Aprilia Racing Team Aprilia RSV4 Factory 1’49.175 0.658
6 Jonathan Rea Honda World Superbike Team Honda CBR1000RR 1’49.243 0.726
7 John Hopkins FIXI Crescent Suzuki Suzuki GSX-R1000 1’49.531 1.014
8 Max Biaggi Aprilia Racing Team Aprilia RSV4 Factory 1’49.584 1.067
9 Leon Haslam BMW Motorrad Motorsport BMW S1000 RR 1’49.634 1.117
10 Tom Sykes Kawasaki Racing Team Kawasaki ZX-10R 1’49.636 1.119
11 Michel Fabrizio BMW Motorrad Italia GoldBet BMW S1000 RR 1’49.654 1.137
12 Josh Hayes Monster Energy Graves Yamaha Yamaha R1 1’49.729 1.212
13 Chaz Davies ParkinGO MTC Racing Aprilia RSV4 Factory 1’49.968 1.451
14 Maxime Berger Team Effenbert Liberty Racing Ducati 1098R 1’49.980 1.463
15 Lorenzo Zanetti PATA Racing Team Ducati 1098R 1’50.014 1.497
16 Niccoló Canepa Red Devils Roma Ducati 1098R 1’50.031 1.514
17 Blake Young Yoshimura Racing Suzuki GSX-R1000 1’50.141 1.624
18 Geoff May Team Amsoil/Hero EBR 1190RS 1’50.219 1.702
19 Davide Giugliano Althea Racing Ducati 1098R 1’50.280 1.763
20 Danny Eslick Team Hero EBR 1190RS 1’50.355 1.838
21 Roger Hayden National Guard Jordan Suzuki Suzuki GSX-R1000 1’50.358 1.841
22 Loris Baz Kawasaki Racing Team Kawasaki ZX-10R 1’50.424 1.907
23 Ayrton Badovini BMW Motorrad Italia GoldBet BMW S1000 RR 1’50.427 1.910
24 David Salom Team Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 1’50.504 1.987
25 Ben Bostrom Jordan Suzuki Suzuki GSX-R1000 1’50.511 1.994
26 Leon Camier FIXI Crescent Suzuki Suzuki GSX-R1000 1’50.520 2.003
27 Josh Herrin Monster Energy Graves Yamaha Yamaha R1 1’50.676 2.159
28 Hiroshi Aoyama Honda World Superbike Team Honda CBR1000RR 1’50.963 2.446
29 Chris Clark Yoshimura Racing Suzuki GSX-R1000 1’51.177 2.660
30 Larry Pegram Foremost Insurance/Pegram Racing BMW S1000RR 1’51.547 3.030
31 Steve Rapp Attack Performance Kawasaki ZX-10 1’51.796 3.279
32 Leandro Mercado Team Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R 1’51.843 3.326
33 David Anthony Suzuki GSX-R1000 1’51.996 3.479
34 Jake Holden Grillini Progea Superbike Team BMW S1000 RR 1’52.108 3.591
35 Robertino Pietri Team Venezuela Suzuki GSX-R1000 1’52.290 3.773
36 Taylor Knapp BMW BMW S1000RR 1’52.565 4.048
37 Chris Fillmore KTM/HMC Racing KTM RC8R 1’52.587 4.070
38 Chris Ulrich M4 Lucas Oil Suzuki Suzuki GSX-R1000 1’53.397 4.880
39 Shane Turpin Boulder Motor Sports Ducati 1098R 1’54.399 5.882
40 Jordan Burgess Suzuki GSX-R1000 1’55.174 6.657

World Superbike 107% Qualifying Cut Off

41 Reno Karimian Team Air Kawasaki ZX-10 1’56.743 8.226
42 Trent Gibson Seven Sports Suzuki GSX-R1000 1’57.116 8.599
43 Chris Siglin FastLine… BMW S1000RR 1’57.421 8.904
44 Tony Porter EDR Kawasaki ZX-10 2’00.372 11.855

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