Motorcycle Racing News 2011 World Supersport Rider Line Up

2011 World Supersport Rider Line Up

Provisional WSS Entry List

The FIM released the provisional entry list for the 2011 World Supersport season. The last-minute surprise was that the BE1 ParkinGo Team of Chaz Davies and Luca Scassa will be switching from Triumph Daytona 675 motorcycles to a pair of Yamaha YZF-R6 machines.

Following is the provisional for the World Supersport Championship, which consists of 13 rounds, including one at Miller Motorsports Park in the USA.

2011 World Supersport Provisional Entry List

(4) Gino Rea GBR (Honda CBR600RR) Step Racing Team
(5) Alexander Lundh SWE (Honda CBR600RR) Cresto Guide Racing Team
(7) Chaz Davies GBR (Yamaha YZF R6) Yamaha ParkinGO Team
(8) Bastien Chesaux SUI (Honda CBR600RR) MACH – Moto Academy Swiss
(9) Luca Scassa ITA (Yamaha YZF R6) Yamaha ParkinGO Team
(10) Imre Toth HUN (Honda CBR600RR) Team Hungary Toth
(11) Sam Lowes GBR (Honda CBR600RR) Parkalgar Honda
(19) Mitchell Pirotta AUS (Honda CBR600RR) KUJA Racing
(21) Florian Marino FRA (Honda CBR600RR) Hannspree Ten Kate Honda
(22) Roberto Tamburini ITA (Yamaha YZF R6) Bike Service R.T.
(23) Broc Parkes AUS (Kawasaki ZX-6R) Kawasaki Motocard.com
(24) Eduard Blokhin RUS (Yamaha YZF R6) RivaMoto
(25) Marko Jerman SLO (Triumph Daytona 675) MD Team Jerman
(28) Pawel Szkopek POL (Honda CBR600RR) Bogdanka PTR Honda
(31) Vittorio Iannuzzo ITA (Kawasaki ZX-6R) Lorenzini by Leoni
(34) Ronan Quarmby RSA (Triumph Daytona 675) Suriano Racing Team
(38) Balazs Nemeth HUN (Honda CBR600RR) Team Hungary Toth
(44) David Salom ESP (Kawasaki ZX-6R) Kawasaki Motocard.com
(52) Michele Conti ITA (Honda CBR600RR) KUJA Racing
(55) Massimo Roccoli ITA (Kawasaki ZX-6R) Lorenzini by Leoni
(60) Vladimir Ivanov UKR (Honda CBR600RR) Step Racing Team
(69) Ondrej Jezek CZE (Honda CBR600RR) SMS Racing
(73) Oleg Pozdneev RUS (Yamaha YZF R6) RivaMoto
(77) James Ellison GBR (Honda CBR600RR) Bogdanka PTR Honda
(87) Luca Marconi ITA (Yamaha YZF R6) Bike Service R.T.
(91) Danilo Dell’Omo ITA (Triumph Daytona 675) Suriano Racing Team
(99) Fabien Foret FRA (Honda CBR600RR) Hannspree Ten Kate Honda
(117) Miguel Praia POR (Honda CBR600RR) Parkalgar Honda
(127) Robbin Harms DEN (Honda CBR600RR ) Benjan Racing Team

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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