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Bol d'Or 2017: SRC-Kawasaki on the pole position

Friday, September 15th, 2017 | Sports

15. September 2017 – 13:58

The Kawasaki with the number 11 goes as a favorite in the race

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(cafetheology.org) – Team SRC-Kawasaki will start from the pole position on Saturday, September 15, 2017, with Le Mans, Mathieu Gines, Randy de Puniet and Fabien Foret Randy de Puniet was the fastest time of the weekend in 1: 57.532 minutes. His team colleagues Mathieu Gines and Fabien Foret came in 1: 59.412 and 1: 58.883 minutes. This was the average for the team SRC-Kawasaki 1: 58.609.Start two went to YART-Yamaha with Broc Parkes, Marvin Fritz and Kohta Nozane. In the end, the trio of Teammanager Mandy Kainz missed only three tenths of a second to the first starting position. In the newly occupied F.C.C.-TSR-Honda-France team Josh Hook, Alan Techer and Freddy Foray landed on the third starting position – incredibly close 0.031 seconds behind YART. The Suzuki endurance racing team "SERT" with Vincent Philippe, Etienne Masson and Gregg Black stayed an average of 0.041 seconds behind them.MotoGP celebrities in the Endurance World Championship

Yonny Hernandez: From the Moto2 World Championship to the Long Distance World Championship

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Especially the initial phase in the morning, Saturday, at 15:00 clock starting 24-hour classic should hold some tension. The Honda Endurance Racing team has strengthened for the new season 2017/2018 and brought Gregory Leblanc into the boat, as well as ex-MotoGP driver Yonny Hernandez. The only remaining driver from last season is Sebastien Gimbert. The trio landed in qualifying on grid five, only 0.635 seconds behind SRC's best lap. Honda, the only manufacturer to make two machines, was among the top five. The World Championship of GMT94 Yamaha around Teamchef Christophe Guyot landed with David Checa, Niccolo Canepa and Mike di Meglio on grid six, with 0.635 seconds behind the last team to take under a second the best time lost. On the ranks seven to eleven follow four BMWs and a Yamaha in the sandwhich. The best time for the Bavarians came from the TECMAS BMW team with Kenny Foray, Julien da Costa and Camille Hedelin. The Czech EKO-IVRacing-BMW-CSEU team from Viktor Noss, with Karel Hanika, Fabrizio Lai and Julian Mayer, took the lead seven times ahead of the best Superstock team from Yamaha Viltais Experience (Axel Maurin, Bastien Mackels, Florian Alt) Advancement to the Superbike class

Völpker-NRT48-Schubert-engine by ERC starts 2017/18 in the Superbike class

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The Völpker-NRT48-Schubert engine by ERC from Ingo Nowaczyk from Oschersleben has passed the first firing stage in the EWC Superbike class. Stefan Kerschbaumer, Jan Bühn and Lucy Glöckner landed on the tenth grid position in a time of 2: 00.515 minutes. "We had a lot of construction sites when we arrived here," Nowaczyk reveals Talk to 'cafetheology.org'. "The first two nights we have still screwed up, but now the motorcycles are running." Jan Bühn told 'cafetheology.org': "My ideal time would have been even faster, but we are also satisfied with grid position 10. We can keep our times constant Now we hope that we will get through without any technical problems. "Regen brakes Reiterberger

BMW driver Markus Reiterberger did not make a perfect lap in qualifying

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The Wepol-BMW team traveled by penz13.com from Rico Penzkofer to the Bol d'Or with a previously planned single-lap race. Markus Reiterberger, Alex Polita and Danny Webb landed on the eleventh grid position. "Until the qualifying session yesterday, we were still working on the vote for the race," explains Reiterberger 'cafetheology.org'. "Today I wanted to attack again on a Qualifyer and I know that at least a 1: 58er time would have been possible, but then it trickled in some sections and I could not attack any more." The second qualifying on Friday was for the drivers blue and red of short rain inserts, but the track was never really wet and it was a psycho-play for the drivers. Bolliger Team-Switzerland won the 13th place with Roman Stamm, David Perret and Robin Mulhauser. The Hertrampf team from Dennis Hertrampf landed on the strong 29th grid position, Motobox on the Ducati Panigale with Oliver Skach, Dominik Vincon and Marco Nekvasil (Geoffroy Dehaye, Jan Viehmann, Emiliano Belucci) on the 32nd place and WSB-Endurance (Danny Märtz, Thomas Hainthaler, Sascha Müller) on the starting grid 40. A total of 59 teams will compete on Saturday, September 15, 2017 who stand 24 hours from Le Castellet and fight for the golden bowl of the Bol d'Or. The finish is on Sunday at 15:00.

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