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2010 World Superbike - Miller Photo Gallery

See photos of the World Superbike racing action at Miller Motorsports Park round right here in the SBK Miller photo gallery, the lone World Superbike stop on the 2010 schedule in North America.

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The top riders of the World Superbike paddock met with racing promotors and Utah government officials for the kickoff of racing festivites at the Miller Motorsports Park.
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An escort of Utah Highway Patrol officers cordoned off the planned rider parade from the Capitol steps to the Friday festivities at the Gateway Mall in Salt Lake City.
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Pablo Flammini admiring the handiwork of a Baja trophy truck on display at the Gateway Mall with the accompanying opening celebrations for SBK in Utah.
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The local Utah media gets a word in with Infront Motor Sports President Pablo Flammini, the man behind World Superbike racing.
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SBK fans flock to the autograph sessions for top riders in the SBK paddock at opening festivities for the World Superbike races at Miller Motorsports Park.
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Utah Governor Gary Herbert was a keynote speaker at the press conference opening the Memorial Day SBK weekend at MMMP: 'We want the world to know they are welcome in Utah.'
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Greg Miller, son of MMP namesake and prominent Utahn the late Larry H. Miller. He wants the Memorial Day SBK weekend to be 'a new annual tradition for the state of Utah.'
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American Roger Hayden signing for the Utah fans.
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James Toseland proved popular at the opening press conference and rider autograph session.
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Ten Kate Honda's Jonathan Rea takes the mic at the opening press conference rider intros - MMP
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Miller Motorsports Park, ready to host the Memorial Day races and Round 7 of the World Superbike championship.
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Jonathan Rea signing autographs at the Gateway rider meet and greet - Friday Miller SBK
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Mandatory press conferences are fun, real fun... The riders were good sports and very accessable to the Utah fans.
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James Toseland putting his musical talents on display at a quick concert at the Gateway friday festivities for the Miller SBK round.
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The Utah State Capitol played host to riders, fans and racing officials for a press conference to kick off the Miller SBK action.
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Jakub Smrz took provisional pole as the fastest man during Saturday's qualifying session.
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Michel Fabrizio was the fastest rider in Saturday practice and second-fastest in the later qualifying session.
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Max Biaggi Aprilia Alitalia - Miller Motorsports Park
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Shane Shakey Byrne kept the Althea Ducati up in the top 10 through practice and qualifying - Miller Motorsports Park
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Leon Camier Aprilia Alitalia - Miller Motorsports Park
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Former AMA and 250GP competitor Chaz Davies returns to Miller aboard the ParkinGO Triumph Daytona 675 in the World Supersport class - Miller Motorsports Park
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Carlos Checa owns the standing track record at Miller for SBK - Miller Motorsports Park
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Chaz Davies ParkinGO BE1 Triumph Supersport - Miller Motorsports Park
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Jason DiSalvo ripped some good times during practice and qualifying, keeping his Triumph Supersport in the top-five - Miller Motorsports Park
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American Jason DiSalvo during Supersport qualifying - Miller Motorsports Park
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Xerox Ducati's Michel Fabrizio - Miller Motorsports Park
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Michel Fabrizio, the fastest rider during Saturday morning practice, with the scenic Oquirrh Mountains in the backdrop of Miller Motorports Park.
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Noriyuki Haga talks with his Ducati Xerox crew, the Japanese rider having trouble cracking the top ten in practice and qualifying - Miller Motorsports Park
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Alstare Suzuki's Leon Haslam - Miller Motorsports Park
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Pit lane at Miller Motorsports Park with the Oquirrh Mountains in the background - Miller Motorsports Park
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Erion Honda's Tyler Odom on the gas in the Supersport class - Miller Motorsports Park
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Tyler Odom will compete the Supersport class as a wild card entry for the Erion Honda team - Miller Motorsports Park
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Yamaha Supersport wild card entry, Melissa Paris - Miller Motorsports Park
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Jonathan Rea Hannspree Ten Kate Honda - Miller Motorsports Park
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Jonathan Rea talking things over with the Ten Kate crew - Miller Motorsports Park
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Jakub Smrz was looking behind for the rest of the Superbike field after Saturday qualifying - Miller Motorsports Park
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Ducati satellite rider Jakub Smrz - Miller Motorsports Park
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Eugene Laverty Parkalgar Honda - Miller Motorsports Park
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Max Biaggi broke a new lap record with a 1'48.115 in Sunday qualifying - Miller Motorsports Park
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Leon Camier ran a top 10 pace in Sunday qualifying, though crashed his RSV4 in the closing laps of the session.
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Left to right: Fabien Raulo (Kawasaki Liaison), Chris Vermeulen (Rider #77), Roger Davis (Hotbodies Racing), Tom Sykes (Rider #66), Paul Risbridger (Kawasaki Racing Team Manager), with the snow-capped Utah mountains as backdrop at Miller Motorsports Park.
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Max Biaggi's Aprilia took a tumble in the afternoon practice session before the afternoon Superpole
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Carlos Checa had a heart-breaking defeat in Race 1 at Miller, his Althea Ducati suffereing a mechanical while enjoying a three-second lead at the front.
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Shakey Byrne enjoying his time at Miller.
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Keenan Sofuoglu took pole position for Monday's Supersport race at Miller.
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Troy Corser crashed in Superpole 2, ran back to his pits and made it back out for a couple laps. He also got fined 1000 Euros for booting off the lackie that picked him up on the pit bike and riding back solo.
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Jason DiSalvo was the top-finishing American in Supersport in 12th.
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Eugene Laverty couldn't make it five wins in Supersport for 2010, losing out to Sofuoglu at Miller.
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Haga surprised by leading the morning warmup and then made a splash with his Race 1 podium.
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Max Biaggi leads SBK Race 1 - Miller Motorsports Park
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Max Biaggi enjoyed Miller SBK Race 1 victory waiving a pirate flag - MMP
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Mad Max stands up to celebrate win number one at Miller Motorsports Park.
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Max Biaggi was able to secure the double win at Miller Motorsports Park during Round 7 of the 2010 World Superbike series.
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Max Biaggi leads Leon Camier and others in Race 2 at Miller Motorsports Park.
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Carlos Checa had the early lead ahead of Biaggi and Camier, but bike troubles would force Checa to take a DNF in Race 2 at Miller Motorsports Park.
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Chris Vermeulen (#77) took 13th in Race 2 while Roger Hayden (#95) had a lowslide on Lap 11 that brought an end to his race.
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As Leon Haslam tried to enter the top-five he went down on his GSX-R Suzuki and was not able to finish Race 2.
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Kenan Sofuoglu took the checkers at Miller Motorsports Park after a battle with his rival Eugene Laverty.
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Max Biaggi currently leads the Championship series with 257 points over Leon Haslam's 242.
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Michel Fabrizio took a lowslide in Race 1 at Miller Motorsports Park which resulted in a DNF.
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Roger Hayden at Round 7 of the 2010 World Superbike Championship series.
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Kenan Sofuoglu (#54) was able to maintain his lead ahead of Eugene Laverty (#50) for the win in the Supersport class at Miller Motorsports Park.
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Troy Corser was able to advance from 15th on the grid to third heading into Turn 1 at Miller Motorsports Park.
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Carlos Checa, after a fantastic showing in Superpole breaking his own record the Spaniard was forced to retire from both races thank to Ducati gremlins.
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Chris Vermeulen. The knee improves but the Kawasaki still struggles against the competition.
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Chris Vermeulen won the battle for Kawasaki supremacy, unfortunately the Kawis were all running at the back - Miller Motorsports Park.
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Kenan Sofuoglu (center) of Hannspree Ten Kate Honda extended his championship lead to six-points at Miller by recording his first race win since Portimao.
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Carlos Checa leads Biaggi and Corser in Race 2 before disaster strikes a second time - Miller Motorsports Park.
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Carlos Checa earned the fastest lap in each race at Miller, including a circuit record of 1’48.045, but was unable to win due to mechanical issues while leading.
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In addition to winning at Miller, Kenan Sofuoglu took a new lap record of 1’51.702 during Lap 6.
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Max Biaggi (center), Leon Camier (right) and Cal Crutchlow (left) filled the Race 2 Podium at Utah.
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Kenan Sofuoglu at Round 7 of the 2010 World Superbike Championship series.