Pirelli Qatar Round Race 2 winner Leon Haslam was delighted to have finished the 2015 World Superbike Championship on the top of the podium in Losail, but world champion Jonathan Rea was devastated to have missed Colin Edwards’ 2002 season aggregate record by a whisker.
After his rollicking victory under the floodlights on Sunday, Haslam commented,”We knew that the Aprilia would be fast here, even if my weekend didn’t get off to the best of starts. We worked hard to get back on track but unfortunately in Race 1 I had some braking trouble that caused me to stress the system as well as my arm, which aggravated in the second part of the race.
“The changes we made before Race 2 turned things completely around. The RSV4 was working great and it wasn’t difficult to maintain a good pace. I kept on attacking down to the end when I pushed hard to finish my season the way it had begun.”
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Source News: Qatar Tribune