2019 ASBK
Round Four – Morgan Park

Images by TBG and Rob Mott

Superbike Race Two

Nobody had an answer for Mike Jones in the opening stanza this weekend (Link), but competitor teams would now have a lot more data to try and fine tune their set-up ahead of this afternoon’s second 16-lap Superbike bout.

Race one had also seen the championship tighten up even further. Cru Halliday had taken the championship lead this morning by a single point, while Mike Jones had moved up to second place. A fall for previous championship leader Bryan Staring late in the opening race was costly, but the Kawasaki man remounted to cross the line in last position. With only 12 finishers that last position still netted him nine championship points to help limit the damage to his title aspirations.

We are away!

The lights went out to start the second and final 16-lap bout at Morgan Park just before 1430 this afternoon and it was race one winner Mike Jones that blasted hardest off the line. The front Pirelli of the big 1299 Ducati pawing the air as he led the field towards turn one.

Daniel Falzon had a brilliant start and was quickly on the back of Jones, but a couple of corners in to the race the Ducati man ran off the circuit! Jones got all out of shape under brakes and had to let the anchors off and run off in order to stay upright.

Troy Herfoss made short work of Daniel Falzon, as did Wayne Maxwell, and it quickly became a battle between these two foes as they started lap two. Maxwell sneaked past Herfoss to take the lead and their tussle then allowed Falzon back into the game. Also joining the party was Cru Halliday and Josh Waters.

Mike Jones had re-joined the race at the back of the pack and put his head down, reeling off fastest laps of the race more than half-a-second quicker than the race leaders. By lap four he had worked his way back up to seventh place and was closing in on Bryan Staring.

Aaron Morris’ encouraging debut with BMW then ended on a sour note, with a NextGen S 1000 RR turned upside down in the in-field. Still, a brilliant weekend for Morris that certainly gave the squad some heart and something to cheer for after a tumultous season thus far that had brought them little reward.

Up front Maxwell and Herfoss had started pulling away from third placed Halliday. The YRT man now had his hands full with not only team-mate Falzon, but also Josh Waters and Bryan Staring.  Mike Jones was still lapping faster than everyone and by half-race distance the Queenslander had joined that party. The win was looking out of Jones’ grasp, but a podium was still a distinct possibility.

The DesmoSport Ducati man dispensed with Falzon as he slotted the 1299 Final Edition up the inside of the YRT machine into turn one with seven laps to run. Next target Waters… He got him in an identical move on the next lap to move up to fifth. Next target Staring… The Kawasaki man was a little bit harder to pass but it was job done two laps later, despite Jones running wide and almost off the circuit once again… Next target Halliday… And there it is, Jones up to third place with two laps to go.

Bryan Staring though was determined to try and put that BCperformance Kawasaki on the podium. Jones was not to be denied though and managed to keep Staring at bay to the chequered flag.

Wayne Maxwell and Troy Herfoss are lucky that Jones made that early mistake, as the pace the local man showed after recovering from that error was strong enough to indicate that he likely would have walked away from that duo to another clear victory. But Jones made a mistake, they didn’t.

ASBK Rnd MorganPark Race ImageRM Wayne Maxwell Troy Herfoss
Herfoss had a crack at Maxwell on the final lap but it was to no avail

That marks Maxwell’s first victory since the championship opener. Herfoss put his nose in front early on the final lap but Maxwell had the corner speed to simply sweep back past and deny the reining champion the victory.

ASBK Rnd MorganPark Race ImageRM Wayne Maxwell
Wayne Maxwell celebrates victory at Morgan Park

That win also earned Maxwell the round win by a single point over Jones, Herfoss taking third overall.

ASBK Rnd MorganPark Race ImageRM Wayne Maxwell
Wayne Maxwell celebrates victory at Morgan Park

Those results close the championship chase up even tighter!

ASBK Rnd MorganPark Race ImageRM Wayne Maxwell ParcFerme Jones Herfoss
Morgan Park round podium

Mike Jones the championship leader by a single point over Cru Halliday. Bryan Staring only seven-points further back, with Herfoss another seven-points behind in fourth place.  That win promotes Wayne Maxwell into fifth in the championship by a single point over team-mate Josh Waters. Every single one of those aforementioned riders have Australian Road Race Championships under their belt, and any one of them could still lift the Title this year as things are wide open as we next head to Winton Motor Raceway in September for round five of the Motul/Pirelli Australian Superbike Championships. Bring it on!

Superbike Race Two Results

1Wayne MAXWELL (VIC) Suzuki GSXR-R0.000
2Troy HERFOSS (QLD)Honda CBR SP+0.375
3Mike JONES (QLD) Ducati 1299 FE+3.585
4Bryan STARING (WA)Kawasaki ZX10RR+3.812
5Cru HALLIDAY (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R1M+4.999
6Josh WATERS (VIC)Suzuki GSXR-R+5.269
7Daniel FALZON (SA) Yamaha YZF-R1M+9.444
8Arthur SISSIS (SA)Suzuki GSXR-R+25.093
9Matt WALTERS (NSW)Kawasaki ZX10RR+25.874
10Alex PHILLIS (VIC)Suzuki GSXR-R+40.432
11Lachlan EPIS (NSW)Kawasaki ZX10RR+44.093
12Damon REES (NZ)Honda CBR+44.380
13Mark CHIODO (VIC)Honda CBR SP+53.706
14Brian HOUGHTON (QLD)Honda CBR RR+1:10.525


Supersport Race Two

ASBK Rnd Morgan Park RbMotoLens SS Race Grid Start
Supersport Race Two grid

Nic Liminton and Reid Battye took their turns battling with Nic Liminton in the first of the Supersport bouts but eventually it was Toparis that got the upper hand before then streaking away to a clear victory. Would any one have an answer for Toparis this afternoon…? Or would the Goulburn teenager’s 48-point championship lead increase further…?

ASBK Rnd Morgan Park RbMotoLens SS Race Grid Tom TOPARIS
Tom Toparis wished good luck on the starting grid by his team

Reid Battye scored the holeshot on the Ecstar Suzuki and led the field through the first turns as Toparis and Liminton gave chase. Toparis getting a much better start this time around and immediately challenging for the lead. It was not until lap three though that Battye relinquished the lead to Toparis. While Toparis was never really threatened from thereon in he never managed to really break away from Battye.

ASBK Rnd Morgan Park RbMotoLens SS Race First Corner Reid BATTYE leads
Supersport Race Two

Behind Toparis the battle for second place was hotting up though as Nic Liminton closed on Battye while Callum Spriggs and Oli Bayliss also tried to join that party. Spriggs put in the fastest lap of the race on lap five to close on Nic Liminton and challenge the young South Australian for third place. A couple of laps later Liminton ran in was too deep which gave Reid Battye plenty of breathing space. The Suzuki man though made his own mistake and lost a number of positions, drifting all the way back to sixth place.

Those mistakes from Liminton and Battye had promoted Callum Spriggs up to a clear second place, while Oli Bayliss was in a relatively lonely third place. The top three now were really strung out while Broc Pearson was doing his best to try and close down Oli Bayliss in order to steal the final step on the podium.

Pearson sneaked past Bayliss early on the final lap, but Bayliss got back around him and put his head down on the final lap to make that podium his.

Callum Spriggs a strong second place in another of his rare appearance these days in the competition.

Tom Toparis leaves Queensland with a 61-point lead in the Australian Supersport Championship. It must be said that Toparis did it relatively easily, while his main rivals made their mistakes trying to match his pace.

Supersport Race Two Results

1Tom TOPARIS (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R60.000
2Callum SPRIGGS (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R6+3.087
3Oli BAYLISS (QLD)Yamaha YZF-R6+4.511
4Broc PEARSON (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R6+4.991
5Corey TURNER (QLD)Honda CBR+12.016
6Reid BATTYE (NSW) Suzuki GSX-R+16.126
7Chris QUINN (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R6+19.384
8Nic LIMINTON (SA) Yamaha YZF-R6+19.804
9Dallas SKEER (SA) Suzuki GSXR 600+21.487
10Aidan HAYES (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R6+26.457
11Jack PASSFIELD (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R6+31.829
12Ty LYNCH (SA) Yamaha YZF-R6+35.658
13Avalon BIDDLE (NZ)Yamaha YZF-R6+39.818
14Andrew EDSER (NSW) Kawasaki ZX6R+1:14.156
15Jack HYDE (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R6+1 Lap


YMI Supersport 300 Race Three

Senna Agius once again quickly established himself as the man to beat. Agius on the new 400 Kawasaki immediately streaked away from the chasing Yamaha YZF-R3 horde. Agius built a massive 2.5-second lead on the opening lap and the field never managed to reel any of that gap back in over the remainder of the race.

The battle for second place though was insane! Harry Khouri, Zac Levy, Harrison Voight, Max Stauffer, Hunter Ford, Seth Crump, Yannis Shaw and Brandon Demmery all swapping and changing at almost every turn in what was a titanic battle over the remaining steps on the rostrum. Winning that battle for second place was Championship leader Max Stauffer from Harrison Voight with Harry Khouri missing out on a podium by a gnat’s whisker.

Max Stauffer remains in the lead of the Supersport 300 Championship but Agius has trimmed his buffer down to 28-points after what has been a dominant weekend for the 14-year-old.  Full championship standings can be found further down the page.

Supersport 300 Race Three Results

1Senna AGIUS (NSW)Kawasaki EX 4000.000
2Max STAUFFER (NSW)Yamaha R3 321+4.952
3Harrison VOIGHT (QLD)Yamaha R3 321+4.968
4Harry KHOURI (NSW)Yamaha R3 321+4.973
5Hunter FORD (NSW) Yamaha R3 321+5.148
6Zac LEVY (QLD) Yamaha R3 321+5.412
7Yannis SHAW (NSW) Kawasaki EX 400+5.476
8Brandon DEMMERY (NSW) /Yamaha R3 321+5.527
9Seth CRUMP (QLD)KTM RC 390+8.245
10Luke JHONSTON (NSW) Yamaha R3 321+22.260
11Peter NERLICH (VIC)Kawasaki EX 400+22.293
12Tristan ADAMSON (QLD)Yamaha R3 321+22.359
13Jacob ROULSTONE (NSW) Yamaha R3 321+22.487
14Kyle O’CONNELL (QLD) Yamaha R3 321+25.966
15Travis HALL (QLD) Yamaha R3 321+27.358
16Ryan SMITH (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R3+28.474
17Tom NEWTON (NZ) Kawasaki EX 400+37.454
18Reece OUGHTRED (VIC) Yamaha R3 321+42.304
19Josh HALL (QLD) Yamaha R3 321+42.354
20Laura BROWN (NSW)Yamaha R3 321+46.487
21Jacob HATCH (NSW) Yamaha R3 321+46.538
22John BLENKIN (NSW)Yamaha R3 321+47.294
23Brad TRIVETT (NSW) Kawasaki EX 300+47.927
24Mitch KUHNE (QLD)Yamaha R3 321+52.080
25Stephany KAPILAWI-JAMES (QLD) Yamaha R3 321+52.730
26Ryan MOSCARDINI (QLD) Yamaha R3 321+58.106
27Sarah FAIRBROTHER (QLD) Yamaha R3 321+59.453
28Noel MAHON (VIC) Kawasaki EX 400+1:11.957
29Jeremy CZMOK (VIC)Yamaha R3 321+1:13.885
30Josh ANDREWS (NSW)Yamaha R3 321+1:17.345
31Gregory FARRELL (NSW) Kawasaki EX 300+1:17.434
32Hayden STIFF (NSW)Kawasaki EX 400+1:23.471
33John LYTRAS (QLD)Yamaha R3 321+2 Laps
DNFLocky TAYLOR (QLD)Yamaha R3 321+3 Laps

YMF R3 Cup Race Three

Heading into Race 3, Lytras sat pretty in pole position and made a strong start as they headed into Turn 1. Lytras was followed by Ford and Stauffer, with Khouri making a surprise appearance after getting swallowed up by the pack back at Turn 1, moving from fourth to first.

Over the remaining seven laps, it was an all-out battle for first place, with Ford, Khouri and Voight, (Yamaha YZF-R3) manoeuvring around one another as they sought out their winning line. Due to a minor mistake Voight fell from second to eight, leaving Khouri, Ford and Lytras to seek out the win.

On the final lap, at the eleventh hour, Ford made the mad dash around Khouri and took hold of first place, crossing at the chequered flag mere seconds later. Khouri finished Race 3 in third, followed by Zac Levy in fourth.

Being the oldest and most experienced competitor in the YMF R3 Cup field, Ford reflected on the well-deserved win.

“I did a little bit of a block pass in the second last corner and just went for it! I was hoping I could make it for the win and just get one win for the weekend! There was definitely a lot of rubbing out there and it’s such a close race in the YMF R3 Cup!”

YMF R3 Cup Race Three Results

1Hunter FORD (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R30.000
2Harry KHOURI (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R3+0.028
3Zac LEVY (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R3+0.100
4Brandon DEMMERY (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R3+0.322
5John LYTRAS (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R3+0.547
6Max STAUFFER (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R3+0.803
7Locky TAYLOR (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R3+0.986
8Harrison VOIGHT (QLD)Yamaha YZF-R3+1.007
9Travis HALL (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R3+10.544
10Luke JHONSTON (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R3+10.685
11Tristan ADAMSON (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R3+16.837
12Ryan SMITH (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R3+18.721
13Reece OUGHTRED (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R3+23.813
14Jacob ROULSTONE (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R3+32.934
15Mitch KUHNE (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R3+34.575
16Zak PETTENDY (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R3+34.970
17Josh HALL (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R3+35.054
18Stephany KAPILAWI-JAMES (QLD)Yamaha YZF-R3+38.489
19Laura BROWN (NSW) / WNR Yamaha YZF-R3+38.523
20Ryan MOSCARDINI (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R3+46.367
21Hunter DIPLOCK (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R3+59.364
22Jeremy CZMOK (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R3+59.555
23Sarah FAIRBROTHER (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R3+59.599
24John BLENKIN (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R3+1:14.004
25Josh ANDREWS (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R3+1:18.009
DNFKyle O’CONNELL (QLD)Yamaha YZF-R3+1 Lap
DNFLachlan O’BRIEN (NT) Yamaha YZF-R3+4 Laps


bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup Race Three

For the third and final race at Morgan Park Raceway, the bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup saw a superb tussle for first place between Roulstone, Grenfell and Thompson. Over six laps, Grenfell and Roulstone continuously battled for first place, with Thompson sitting milliseconds behind, patiently waiting for his moment to capitalise.

With little chance of an outsider stealing away a spot in the top three, riders fought tooth and nail for fourth place. Marianos “Nos” Nikolis held the position at first, followed by Alex Kenworthy-Jones who unfortunately suffered mechanical issues and retired early from the race. Heading into the final lap, it was McDonald who clinched the fourth spot, crossing the finish line with just shy of six seconds separating him from first place.

Upon the close of Round 3 of the bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup, it was Roulstone who took out first place, followed by Grenfell and Thompson. It was tantalising finish to a superb battle, with less than one second separating the top three.

bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup Race Three Results

1Jacob ROULSTONE (NSW) Yamaha YZR-R150.000
2Angus GRENFELL (VIC)Yamaha YZF-R15+0.018
3Carter THOMPSON (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R15+0.838
4Archie MCDONALD (VIC)Yamaha YZF-R15+5.857
5Tom DRANE (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R15+5.898
6Glenn NELSON (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R15+5.932
7Marianos NIKOLIS (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R15+6.143
8Max GIBBONS (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R15+6.238
9Lucas QUINN (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R15+6.558
10Thomas BROWN (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R15+11.602
11Zak PETTENDY (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R15+11.641
12Jacob HATCH (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R15+11.673
13Varis FLEMING (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R15+13.586
14Jai RUSSO (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R15+13.886
15Reece OUGHTRED (VIC)Yamaha YZR-R15+13.910
16Lincoln KNIGHT (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R15+30.075
17Hunter DIPLOCK (NSW) Yamaha YZR-R15+30.127
18Cormac BUCHANAN (NZ)Yamaha YZF-R15+30.199
19Jamie PORT (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R15+30.823
20Patrick BOGNAR (VIC)Yamaha YZR-R15+37.848
21Tom CONNORS (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R15+38.383
22Toby JAMES (VIC) Yamaha YZR-R15+55.030
DNFNatalie BARBATI (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R15+4 Laps


Superbike Masters Race Two

Alex Pickett blasted the big FZR1000 off the line ahead of Saturday race victor John Allen on the TZ750 two-stroke Yamaha.

Pickett kept that lead until three laps from the end when the big four-stroke Yamaha went into a monumental tank-slapper coming on to the main straight that almost launched him into orbit but somehow young Alex managed to hang on to it. Must have reminded him of his Isle of Man exploits! It broke the bolt-in lock-stops off the FZR1000!

ASBK Rnd Morgan Park RbMotoLens SBKM Race Alexander PICKETT Broken Steering Lock
FZR1000 lock stops were not man enough to cope with a Morgan Park tank-slapper

That moment allowed John Allen through to the lead before going on to take the win by 1.5-seconds.

ASBK Rnd Morgan Park RbMotoLens SBKM Race Podium John ALLEN Alexander PICKETT Murray CLARK
Superbike Masters Round Two Podium

Superbike Masters Race Two Results

1John ALLEN (QLD)Yamaha TZ 7500.000
2Alexander PICKETT Yamaha FZR 1000+1.507
3Murray CLARK (QLD)Suzuki GSXR+17.951
4Mark McVEIGH (NSW)Yamaha FZR 1000+46.575
5Scott WEBSTER (VIC)Suzuki GSX 1200+47.255
6Gregory JAMES (NSW)Honda CB 1100 R+59.704
7Mark RODDA (NSW)Suzuki GS 1000 S+1:01.567


Superbike Masters Race Three

Closing off Round 4 of the 2019 ASBK season, Race 3 for the Superbike Masters kicked off with an excellent start. Pole position holder, Alex Pickett, made a mistake that saw him lose the lead to Murray Clark who made an excellent start along with John Allen. Clark unfortunately couldn’t contend with Allen’s pace on the TZ750 and had to succumb to the pressure from the two-stroke Yamaha man.

Heading into Lap 7, Allen had a substantial 5.205 second lead.

As they crossed the finish line, it was Allen who did it again, followed home by Pickett, Clark and McVeigh.

Superbike Masters Race Three Results

1John ALLEN (QLD) Yamaha TZ 7500.000
2Alexander PICKETT (NSW) Yamaha FZR 1000+11.184
3Murray CLARK (QLD)Suzuki GSXR+24.809
4Mark McVEIGH (NSW)Yamaha FZR 1000+46.807
5Scott WEBSTER (VIC) Suzuki GSX 1200+48.935
6Mark RODDA (NSW) Suzuki GS 1000 S+1:00.706
7Gregory JAMES (NSW)Honda CB 1100 R+1:14.400
8Darren LARK (VIC)Suzuki GSX 1150+1 Lap


Championship Standings

1Michael JONES184
3Bryan STARING176
4Troy HERFOSS169
5Wayne MAXWELL158
6Josh WATERS157
7Matt WALTERS112
8Daniel FALZON109
10Glenn SCOTT90
11Arthur SISSIS88
12Mark CHIODO87
13Aiden WAGNER71
14Damon REES68
15Lachlan EPIS57
16Glenn ALLERTON56
18Sloan FROST42
19Max CROKER27
20Brendan McINTYRE26
21Philip CZAJ20
22Brian HOUGHTON17
23David BARKER16
24Aaron MORRIS15
25Evan BYLES13
26Matt TOOLEY7
27Adam SENIOR5
29Ryan YANKO3
31Michael EDWARDS2


3Broc PEARSON176
4Oliver BAYLISS161
5Reid BATTYE149
6Aidan HAYES124
7Dallas SKEER113
8Callum SPRIGGS89
9Chris QUINN86
11Ty LYNCH79
12Rhys BELLING70
14Andrew EDSER64
15Avalon BIDDLE63
16John QUINN55
20Samuel LAMBERT22
21Timothy DONNON21
22Corey TURNER16
23Jack HYDE14
24Ben LIEBIG14
25Matt CRANMER13
26Luke SANDERS13
27Bronson PICKETT12
28Daniel LEONARD5
29Oscar DAVISON1
2Senna AGIUS204
3Harry KHOURI192
4John LYTRAS170
5Seth CRUMP155
6Zac LEVY153
7Hunter FORD146
8Ben BAKER128
9Yannis SHAW127
10Brandon DEMMERY126
11Locky TAYLOR123
12Travis HALL108
13Peter NERLICH83
14Callum O’BRIEN62
16Luke POWER55
17Mitch KUHNE54
18Olly SIMPSON51
20Kyle O’CONNELL49
21Zylas BUNTING44
22Tristan ADAMSON40
24Harrison VOIGHT32
25Mitchell SIMPSON25
26Laura BROWN21
27Tayla RELPH14
28Ryan SMITH12
29Jesse WOODS8
31Josh HALL6
32Bronson PICKETT4
33Grace POUTCH4
35Jacob HATCH3
39Jordan SIMPSON1
1John LYTRAS124
3Hunter FORD110
4Zac LEVY108
5Harry KHOURI86
6Locky TAYLOR86
7Brandon DEMMERY85
8Travis HALL76
11Ben BAKER47
12Mitch KUHNE46
13Harrison VOIGHT45
14Tristan ADAMSON44
15Kyle O’CONNELL43
16Ryan SMITH33
17Zylas BUNTING32
18Reece OUGHTRED30
19Keegan PICKERING14
20Josh HALL11
22Bronson PICKETT8
24Laura BROWN6
26Cameron AGOSTINI5
28Kristian AGOSTINI2
29Jeremy CZMOK1
1Carter THOMPSON179
2Angus GRENFELL171
4Tom DRANE144
5Marianos NIKOLIS135
6Cros FRANCIS107
7Glenn NELSON105
11Archie McDONALD90
12Jai RUSSO76
13Lucas QUINN67
14Jacob HATCH67
16Cormac BUCHANAN55
17Hunter DIPLOCK47
18Lincoln KNIGHT43
19Varis FLEMING40
20Thomas BROWN29
21Patrick BOGNAR27
22Jamie PORT23
24Dominic FLETCHER6
25Toby JAMES1
1John ALLEN75
2Alexander PICKETT60
3Murray CLARK54
4Mark McVEIGH51
5Scott WEBSTER48
6Mark RODDA44
7Gregory JAMES29
8Darren LARK26
9Richard EASTON14

ASBK Schedule AEST

8.308.35YMF R3 CupWarm Up5 mins
8.408.45bLU cRU Oceania Junior CupWarm Up5 mins
8.508.55Australian SupersportWarm Up5 mins
9.009.05YMI Supersport 300Warm Up5 mins
9.109.20Kawasaki SuperbikeWarm Up10 mins
9.259.30Superbike MastersWarm Up5 mins
9.4010.00YMF R3 CupRace 28 Laps
10.0510.20bLU cRU Oceania Junior CupRace 26 Laps
10.2510.55Australian SupersportRace 114 Laps
11.0011.20YMI Supersport 300Race 210 Laps
11.2512.05Kawasaki SuperbikeRace 116 Laps
12.1012.30Superbike MastersRace 28 Laps
12.3013.10Lunch40 mins
13.1013.30YMI Supersport 300*Race 310 Laps
13.3514.05Australian Supersport*Race 214 Laps
14.1014.50Kawasaki Superbike*Race 216 Laps
15.0015.15bLU cRU Oceania Junior CupRace 36 Laps
15.2015.40YMF R3 CupRace 38 Laps
15.4516.05Superbike MastersRace 38 Laps
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