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2009 World Superbike - Magny Cours Photo Gallery

Check out the latest World Superbike Magny Cours photos in the 2009 Magny Cours photo gallery.

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Australian Troy Corser's best 2009 position was at Brno in Race 2 in fifth.
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Joan Lascorz, duly took his longed-for victory, and it was Kawasaki’s first race win of the 2009 season.
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The top five riders who made the finish were all covered by less than one second after ten laps in the Superstock 600 class.
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In 2008, Xerox Ducati's Michel Fabrizio finished DNF-14 at Magny-Cours.
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In 2008, Nitro Nori, Xerox Ducati, captured 1-2 at Magny-Cours round.
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Sheridan Morais will stand-in for Makoto Tamada who suffered a concussion during a crash at Imola.
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American Yamaha rider Ben Spies has finished 1-1 three times in 2009.
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Yamaha's Tom Sykes currently sits in eigth place in the points standings.
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BMW's Ruben Xaus came in 19th during Friday's qualifying.
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Hannspree Ten Kate Honda's Carlos Checa (7)finished superpole in 12th place.
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Troy Corser, aboard his BMW, posted a lpa time of 1'39.114 at Magny-Cours which was the eighth fastest time.
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Michel Fabrizio (84) missed second by only 0.005 during superpole.
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Xerox Ducati's Nitro Nori will be looking to maintain his 3 point lead over Ben Spies.
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Leon Haslam. Stiggy Racing Honda, qualified for sixth on the grid.
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Ryuichi Kiyonari ran off into the gravel trap with his Ten Kate Honda during free practice.
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Alstare Suzuki's Karl Muggeridge is looking for a top-ten finish in 2009.
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Ben Spies wins pole position at Magny-Cours.
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Jonathan Rea recorded the second fastest lap during superpole.
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Ben Spies posts the fastest lap during qualifying to take Superpole position.
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Yamaha's Tom Sykes had a minor accident with Max Biaggi during free practice on Friday.
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Troy Corser, BMW, finished in the top-ten at Magny-Cours.
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Troy Corser on his BMW S1000RR leads Kagayama and Checa.
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Xerox Ducati's Michel Fabrizio currently sits in third on the points board.
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Yamaha's Ben Spies earned his 13th win of 2009 at Magny-Cours.
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Noriyuki Haga (41) and The Emperor Max Biaggi (3) at Magny-Cours.
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Noriyuki Haga awaits the start of the race.
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Standing atop of the podium for Race 2, Noriyuki Haga earned his position.
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Nitro Nori takes the checkers in Race 2 at Magny-Cours.
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In Race 1, Spies and Haga battled it out in the final lap for the win.
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Ben Spies takes the win and the points lead in Race 1.
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Ben Spies topped the podium in Race 1 ahead of rival Noriyuki Haga.
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Spies racing to the corners in front of Max Biaggi and Noriyuki Haga.
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BMW Ruben Xaus leads Kawasaki's Broc Parkes.
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Ruben Xaus (111) finished 11th - 12th at Magny Cours.
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Ben Spies took away a new best lap of 1’37.709 in winning Superpole, and he also joined Doug Polen, his fellow American, on a season best record of ten poles in a single year.
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Kawasaki's Broc Parkes said, 'It was a tough weekend from start to finish and I'm really disappointed where we've ended up. I pushed to the limit but no matter what we tried it didn't seem to click into place here at Magny Cours.'