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SBK Classic Corners, Episode Two: Acque Minerali at Imola
SBK Classic Corners, Episode Two: Acque Minerali at Imola
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We continue our journey in SBK Classic Corners through the most famous and demanding corners of the SBK World Championship calendar. After going through the last corner of Phillip Island we flew to northern Italy, to the Imola circuit located just 50 kilometers from the Adriatic. In such an incredible scenario it is difficult to focus on a single point, but this time the people of the Honda World Superbike Team have believed that Acque Minerali is the protagonist of the Italian track.

Jonathan Rea, Jack Burnicle, commentator for British Superbikes and Superbikes at British Europort, and Carlo Fiorani, from Honda Europe, will tell us some of the secrets of an area made up of three curves that could well have been taken from any roller coaster.

Today, apart from the video with the images collected by the Ronald ten Kate team during the corresponding Round, we leave you, at your request, the translation of each of the characters. After the jump, we get to more than 220km / h to know a little more about the curves that they marked the 2002 season between Colin Edwards and Troy Bayliss.

SBK Classic Corners, Episode Two

Jack Burnicle:

Extra: Imola 2002, Colin Edwards vs Troy Bayliss

Although you have the complete race, in this video I leave you the last part of it. To enjoy!

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