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Apr 12, 2013

Friday's Superstock 600cc And European Junior Cup Results From Motorland Aragon

Superstock 600 UEM European Championship
Motorland Aragon, Spain
April 12, 2013
Qualifying Session One Results (all on Pirelli tires):

1. Gauthier DUWELZ, Belgium (Yamaha YZF-R6), 2:05.577
2. Robin MULHAUSER, Switzerland (Yamaha YZF-R6), 2:05.683
3. Bastien CHESAUX, Switzerland (Honda CBR600RR), 2:05.690
4. Franco MORBIDELLI, Italy (Kawasaki ZX-6R), 2:05.877
5. Tony COVEÑA, Netherlands (Kawasaki ZX-6R), 2:05.982
6. Adrian NESTOROVIC, Austria (Yamaha YZF-R6), 2:06.452
7. Riccardo CECCHINI, Italy (Honda CBR600RR), 2:06.475
8. Dominic SCHMITTER, Switzerland (Yamaha YZF-R6), 2:07.074
9. Dakota MAMOLA, Spain (Yamaha YZF-R6), 2:07.167
10. Christian GAMARINO, Italy (Kawasaki ZX-6R), 2:07.194

30. Brandon KYEE, USA (Honda CBR600RR), 2:11.676

European Junior Cup Powered by Honda
Motorland Aragon, Spain
April 12, 2013
Free Practice One Results (all on Honda CBR500Rs and Pirelli tires):

1. Illan FERNANDEZ, Spain, 2:27.064
2. Guillaume RAYMOND, France, 2:27.347
3. Augusto FERNANDEZ, Spain, 2:27.464
4. Jake LEWIS, New Zealand, 2:27.722
5. Ali Adriansyah RUSMIPUTRO, Indonesia, 2:28.141
6. Illya MYKHALCHYK, Ukraine, 2:28.162
7. Michael CANDUCCI, Italy, 2:28.241
8. Kevin MANFREDI, Italy, 2:28.276
9. Javier ORELLANA, Spain, 2:28.694
10. Richard BODIS, Hungary, 2:28.723

32. Alex WISDOM, USA, 2:34.262

35. Chris KOSAN, USA, 2:37.879

More, from a press release issued by San Carlo Team Italia:

WSBK Stk600 - San Carlo Team Italia in second row with Morbidelli. Nocco is 13th

The European Stock600 championship kicks off in Spain

In the first day of free practice and qualifiers, Belgian rider Duwlez shone and confirmed his candidacy for the win. San Carlo Team Italia riders also had a positive debut.

Duwlez beat the previous lap record by Russo with a laptime of 2'05"454 during free practice, and secured the provisional pole position with a 2'05"577. Franco Morbidelli (25 laps) is fourth and opens the second row, with a 2'05"877 that puts the Roman only three tenths from the provisional pole position.

His teammate Alessandro Nocco (21 laps), who was fast for the first half of the session, had an innocuous crash that hindered the last minutes of qualifiers. He posted the 13th time with a 2'07"363, 1"786 behind Duwlez.

Tomorrow morning the riders will have the second and decisive session of qualifiers. The race will be at 6 p.m. local time, and will be broadcasted on Italia2.
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