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Race 1:

1. Michael Rutter HM Honda
2. Ryuichi Kiyonari HM Honda
3. John Reynolds Rizla Suzuki
4. Yukio Kagayama Rizla Suzuki
5. Sean Emmett Monstermob Ducati
6. Scott Smart Hawk Kawasaki
7. Dean Thomas Sendo Ducati Dienza
8. Glen Richards Hawk Kawasaki
9. Craig Coxhell Team Vitrans Honda
10. Stuart Easton ETI Ducati
11. Tommy Hill Virgin Yamaha
12. Kieran Clarke Colin Appleyard Yamaha

Race 2:

1. John Reynolds - Rizla Suzuki
2. Ryuichi Kiyonari - HM Plant Honda
3. Michael Rutter - HM Plant Honda
4. Sean Emmett - MonsterMob Ducati
5. Scott Smart - Hawk Kawasaki
6. Dean Thomas - Sendo Ducati
7. Stuart Easton – ETI Ducati
8. Gary Mason – Virgin Mobile Yamaha
9. Steve Plater – Virgin Mobile Yamaha
10. Tommy Hill – Virgin Mobile Yamaha

as far as I am concerned this championship is defenitely more interesting than WSB. Since the factory teams stay out of WSB and now that Dorna has acquired the rights this will be the series to watch :D :D
The 10R did okay considering they haven't done a lot of tuning, and look at the Virgin Mobile R1's :twisted: They may look the business but that does not make 'em go faster :twisted: :twisted:
 

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I was real impressed with how the Hawk Kawas performed up against all the full works factory teams of Honda, Suzuki etc...all putting out over 200rwhp.

Considering that these 10R's at in early development and are basically stock machines with pipes and shocks, running standard ignition and engine internals.

Hawk also have two very talented riders in Glen Richards and Scott Smart, so i'm sure that we'll soon see the green meanies on the podium.

Let the good times roll....
:D :D
 

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Hallo 10r_geezer, someone who saw the race mentioned the Hawk kwaks due to lack of time still had to use the ignition key to get it started 8)
Is that true :?:

May be they are easier to insure that way :lol: :lol:
(because of the immobilizer)
 

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burgerkin said:
Hallo 10r_geezer, someone who saw the race mentioned the Hawk kwaks due to lack of time still had to use the ignition key to get it started 8)
Is that true :?:
Yo Burgerkin :mrgreen:

Yep, those kawas still have the stock ignition, complete with keys and all.
:mrgreen: :mrgreen:

burgerkin said:
May be they are easier to insure that way :lol: :lol:
(because of the immobiliser)
I recon Hawk have kept the immobiliser to prevent Suzuki/Yamaha/Honda from nicking the 10R’s, so as to stop them winning races soon…. :lol: :lol: :lol:
 
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