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2010 World Superbike - Kyalami Photo Gallery

Round Six of 2010 World Superbike series takes place in South Africa at the Kyalami circuit.

Fabrizio took the provisional pole with the top time of 1’38.477 at Kyalami, which was off the pace he set there last year in 2009.
Cal Crutchlow at practice for Round 6 of the 2010 World Superbike Championship series.
James Toseland at Kyalami during the 2010 World Superbike Championship series.
Noriyuki Haga had a tough time at the Kyalami circuit during practice where he had the 13th best lap.
Leon Haslam had the fifth fastest time at Round 6 of the 2010 World Superbike Championship series.
Sterilgarda Yamaha's James Toseland just missed winning his first Superpole of the year at Kyalami.
Despite Rea's good race pace, he will have to start from 11th position during the start of Round 6 at Kyalami.
Eugene Laverty was pressured during qualifying at Kyalami by Ten Kate Honda's Kenan Sofuoglu
With his third pole position of his rookie career at Kyalami, Cal Crutchlow will be looking to make up for his disappointing last round at Monza.
Ducati's Michel Fabrizio led a start to finish victory in Race 1 at the Kyalami circuit in South Africa.
Leon Haslam took a victory in Race 2 during Round 6 of the 2010 Superbike Championship.
Eugene Laverty trails in Supersport by one point, but leads in wins with four for the year - Kyalami
Eugene Laverty was able to open an early gap and maintain in throughout the entire race for a victory at Kyalami.
Eugene Laverty at Round 6 of the 2010 World Superbike Championship series.
Jonathan Rea led the majority of Race 2 at Kyalami, but Leon Haslam made a daring move on Lap 23 to steal the win.
Kenan Sofuoglu took second at Kyalami and currently leads the World Supersport class in overall points.
Ten Kate Honda rider Max Neukirchner took 17th at Kyalami during Round 6 of the 2010 series.
Jonathan Rea was able to go from 12th on the grid to leading the race in just three short laps during Race 2.
Yamaha's Cal Crutchlow was able to stay towards the front for the entire race but failed to crack into the top three during Race 2 at Kyalami.
Leon Haslam took the win in Race 2 by only 0.522 seconds ahead of Jonathan Rea at Kyalami.
Leon Haslam: "It was very, very difficult to pass and I tried many times. It made for good racing and I'm so happy for the team. Racing is all about winning and I felt I was in a position where I was strong in a few places and I had to go for it. And it worked out. It was a high risk last few laps with the front and rear moving about but we didn’t make too many mistakes and we won.”
Leon Haslam enjoying the taste of victory at Round 6 of the 2010 World Superbike series.
James Toseland was over 13 seconds behind frontrunners Haslam and Rea at Kyalami where he took sixth in Race 2.
Yamaha's Paddock Girl