WSBK 2019

Round Eight – Donington
Sunday Race Results / Report


Until a couple rounds ago, the Motul FIM World Superbike Championship seemed to have taken a very clear direction with Álvaro Bautista winning the first 11 races, seemingly without any rivals able to make any trouble for him.

But from the Jerez round and then with the next round in Misano, the Spanish Ducati rider made a few mistakes, leaving his flank exposed, and four-time World Champion Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK / Kawasaki ZX-10RR) did not stand idly by.

After the fantastic double in Misano, winning both Race 1 and Race 2, at Donington Park, the Northern Irishman did the triple, winning all three races and taking the lead in the rider standings already on Saturday, then increasing his advantage to 24-points ahead of Bautista on Sunday.

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Jonathan Rea

For his part, the Spaniard was unable to be as incisive as he had in the early part of the season, and on English soil he had to settle for a meagre bounty – third place in Race 2.

The Donington weekend, at least in the premier class, was certainly an important one for all the Kawasaki riders who also took two second place finishes here with the skilled Toprak Razgatlioglu (Turkish Puccetti Racing / Kawasaki ZX-10RR), and two third place finishes with Leon Haslam (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK / Kawasaki ZX-10RR).

If Kawasaki and Ducati seem to be the most incisive bikes in the World Championship for factory derivatives, in WorldSSP, it is a different story, because in this case, Yamaha is dominating, taking the top two positions on the podium, as well as fourth, thanks to the performances of Jules Cluzel (GMT94 Yamaha / Yamaha YZF R6), first across the line, and teammates Federico Caricasulo and Randy Krummenacher (Bardahl Evan Bros. WorldSSP Team / Yamaha YZF R6), second and fourth respectively. Yamaha also dominated in the FIM Supersport 300 World Championship race, won by Italian Kevin Sabatucci of Team Trasimeno Yamaha.


WorldSBK Tissot Superpole Race

The first race on Sunday lasted even less than the scheduled 10 laps, as it was red-flagged on the eighth lap due to an accident that involved no less than five riders.

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Tom Sykes leads Jonathan Rea

At the start, pole man Tom Sykes (BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team / BMW S1000 RR) got off well, managing to stay ahead of Race 1 winner, Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK / Kawasaki ZX-10RR), who had started from the second spot on the grid.Behind them was Toprak Razgatlioglu (Turkish Puccetti Racing / Kawasaki ZX-10RR) who succeeded in moving up from seventh to third.

However, the four-time World Champion Kawasaki rider was not giving up easily, and on the fifth lap he was able to overtake his former team-mate for the race lead. In the meantime, Leon Haslam (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK / Kawasaki ZX-10RR) and Álvaro Bautista (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati / Ducati Panigale V4 R) moved respectively into fourth and fifth place.

It seemed like the race would end in that order, but during the eighth lap, Peter Hickman (BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team / BMW S1000 RR) had a technical problem on turn 11 and leaked oil, ending up in the gravel. Unfortunately, the same fate awaited Sandro Cortese, Leandro Mercado, Alessandro Delbianco and Ryūichi Kiyonari, slipping on the oil left on the track by the British rider.

Race direction was therefore forced to wave the red flag, which decreed the end of the race, but on the final lap to return to pit lane, Tom Sykes, who had been lying second in the race, also slipped on the oil left behind by Hickman, crashing out. Unable to get the bike to Parc Fermé, Tom Sykes lost his second place in a crushingly unfair blow to the private Turkish Puccetti Racing team rider.

This made it an all-green podium with Jonathan Rea, Toprak Razgatlioglu and Leon Haslam respectively on the first, second and third step.

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Superpole Race Podium

Superbike Race Two

In this race, the Kawasaki riders were once again the undisputed protagonists, with Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK / Kawasaki ZX-10RR) and Toprak Razgatlioglu (Turkish Puccetti Racing / Kawasaki ZX-10RR) going back and forth for the lead throughout the race, which was then won by the Northern Irishman.

Razgatlioglu managed to overtake Rea for the lead twice, first on the third lap and then on the eighth, but on the twelfth lap he was forced to relinquish the position to the four-time World Champion who had a slightly faster pace than his.

In any case, the Turkish rider was able to give Rea a run for his money all the way to the chequered flag, finishing just three tenths of a second behind the Championship leader.

The other Kawasaki rider, Leon Haslam, seemed to have third place in the bag, but on the thirteenth lap, Álvaro Bautista (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati / Ducati Panigale V4 R) was able to overtake him, thereby taking the only podium finish of what was a difficult weekend for the Ducati riders.

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Race Two Podium

Jonathan Rea

“It was incredible, a similar story to Misano with Toprak in Race 2. It was really difficult, he was so strong on the brakes, but my team gave me a great bike and physically this weekend I felt really good, so I was able to extract the best potential from my ZX-10RR. In free practices, I was a little bit unhappy about the setup, and we were quite far away, 0.9 s from the fastest lap time, but step by step we arrived and three race wins, and back in the lead of the championship I can’t quite believe it. We will keep working like we are doing and we go to Laguna next week, which is another good track for us, but I enjoyed the atmosphere here. There were a lot of people here at Donington and now let’s see what happens”.

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Jonathan Rea

Toprak Razgatlioglu

“Yesterday with the wet conditions we didn’t go well. We tried a similar setup to Misano but I didn’t feel good on the bike and it was sliding a lot at the rear, so I was waiting for today because I was expecting a dry race and I felt really strong on those conditions. The Tissot Superpole Race was good but it wasn’t perfect. We focused on Race 2, which was more important for me. I did a good start, I followed Johnny and after I overtook him we had a small fight together but he was strong and fast. On the final two laps, I tried to attack him again but it was impossible. I am happy with another podium and now we see what will happen in the US”.

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Toprak Razgatlioglu

Leon Haslam

“Honestly, I had a really good feeling on 80% of the track but I was just struggling on that last part with the stop/start areas. I am happy with the pace because I was losing so much in the last two turns but and making it back in the rest of the track – and that was against the fastest guys. I did feel that if we could have sorted those last two corners out we would have been in that battle for those top two spots today. We have had a run of podiums and a fifth place finish recently so we are there or thereabouts. We closed the points gap on third and we will keep on pushing on.”

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Leon Haslam

Álvaro Bautista

“Today it was important to finish the weekend with a podium, after yesterday’s crash. In the Superpole Race I tried to stay with the front group and pushed as hard as I could; unfortunately, my Panigale V4 R was moving around a lot and I had to make a big effort to ride it and keep it upright. In Race 2 I made a good start, and tried to stay in the front group despite the same problems I had in the Superpole Race. Here at Donington we were struggling a lot, but I’m quite happy to have achieved the best possible result. We’re analysing the data to try and improve the weak points of the bike and tackle the Laguna Seca race stronger than before.”

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Álvaro Bautista

Chaz Davies

“It was a really tough day. After the Superpole race, I was optimistic that we could potentially have a decent long race. We made some changes and felt the bike was a bit better. The start and the first few laps were good and I got up to fifth place, then things got a bit more difficult. After a few more laps my pace faded, because I had pretty bad arm pump as well. Donington is a bit of a strange circuit that requires a lot of physical effort; today things were tougher especially with me fighting the bike as much as I am. Unfortunately, there’s not much to be happy about after a weekend like this one, but now I can’t wait to get to Laguna, which is a track I like a lot.”

Alex Lowes

“The issues in Superpole yesterday set us back a little bit today. We made some changes to the bike ahead of the Sprint Race and, while I didn’t feel quite as good as I was expecting, towards the end I was coming on strong in what was quite a tight group. With only seven laps because of the red flag it didn’t feel like much of a race to be honest. In Race 2 I knew it was going to be difficult to get away with the leading group starting from further back, but I felt I managed the race well. I was really strong at the end, but not quite close enough to challenge for the final podium, but there were plenty of positives we can take into the Laguna Seca race next week.”

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Alex Lowes chasing Chaz Davies

Michael van der Mark

“We made a change to the bike after the Sprint Race and I think we maybe went a little bit in the wrong direction, as I was struggling for rear grip from the start and couldn’t use the new tyre like everyone else. I actually got a good start but then dropped back quite quickly and there wasn’t much I could do about it. I had good pace, but I’d have liked to have been able to push harder. We have to be happy with the points we’ve scored this weekend, given the injury, but as a racer I know that if I had the grip then I’d have been able to fight with Alex and the other guys. The wrist was much better than I was expecting this weekend, so now I can look forward to Laguna with some confidence.”

Marco Melandri

“This was not a good weekend for us. After Misano I expected to have a much better feeling, especially here at Donington where I’ve had good results in the past. So, we were expecting a positive weekend here, but it turned out very different. I never really had a good feeling and I struggled a lot from the start. Either the bike doesn’t like me, or my riding style doesn’t suit the bike, so it’s difficult. Yamaha and the team are working incredibly hard to help me find a solution and so am I, but we’re still looking for the light at the end of the tunnel.”

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Marco Melandri in pursuit of Chaz Davies

Sandro Cortese

“Today was a day to forget, if I’m honest. It started in the Sprint Race when I was the first to arrive in the corner where the oil had been dropped. I had no chance and crashed so heavily that the bike was literally in two pieces. I have to say a big thank you to my team, who did an incredible job to basically build a new bike in just two hours. They were still working on it on the grid and, even one minute before the start of Race 2, we weren’t sure whether we were going to make the start. After all this drama I wasn’t as focused I normally am but, after two crashes, it was important for me to finish the race and pick up some points to round out the weekend. Now we must look forward to the next race in Laguna, where I hope we can end the first part of the season with some good results.”

Tom Sykes

“It certainly was an unlucky day. When we came over the hilltop into Melbourne Loop after the red flag, there was a parked car right at the edge of the tarmac, riders, bikes and marshals, so I looked up just to try and understand if someone was coming on track. Then I hit the oil, Jonathan nearly crashed and I unfortunately did. What happened unfortunately completely changed the dynamic of the day and of the long race. Starting from tenth, I struggled as I would have needed some clear air. So the performance was certainly compromised in today’s race today. It’s a shame because we definitely had the pace for the podium. Yes, I’m disappointed but with the form we have shown this weekend, we still have a lot of positives to take away.”

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Tom Sykes leading Jonathan Rea in the Superpole Race

Peter Hickman

“I’m a bit disappointed to be outside the top ten, to be honest. I felt I had some pace to be inside the top ten. But I did not quite have the grip in the final race compared to what we had earlier in the day and yesterday. Maybe the track temperature went a bit up but because of what had happened in the Superpole Race, we did not have the time to make changes on the bike for race two basing on what we had learned in the first race. But it’s the way it goes. I’ve had a good weekend, I enjoyed myself and learned some stuff. The team has been fantastic, really thanks to Smiths Racing BMW for allowing me to compete here and to Dunlop UK for allowing me to drop their weekend to come here. I hope to get some opportunity like this again sometime in the future.”

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Peter Hickman

WorldSBK Results


PosRiderBikeGap
1J.   ReaKawasaki ZX-10RR0.000
2T.   RazgatliogluKawasaki ZX-10RR+0.365
3A.  BautistaDucati Panigale V4 R+5.930
4A.  LowesYamaha YZF R1+6.334
5L.   HaslamKawasaki ZX-10RR+6.833
6L.   BazYamaha YZF R1+7.441
7T.   SykesBMW S1000 RR+8.542
8M. Van Der MarkYamaha YZF R1+14.850
9C.  DaviesDucati Panigale V4 R+18.124
10M. MelandriYamaha YZF R1+29.115
11P.   HickmanBMW S1000 RR+34.620
12M. RinaldiDucati Panigale V4 R+34.824
13S.  CorteseYamaha YZF R1+51.627
14L.   MercadoKawasaki ZX-10RR+52.879
15A.  DelbiancoHonda CBR1000RR+54.821
16R.  KiyonariHonda CBR1000RR+107.330
PosRiderBike
1J.   ReaKawasaki ZX-10RR
2T.   RazgatliogluKawasaki ZX-10RR
3 L.   HaslamKawasaki ZX-10RR
4A.  BautistaDucati Panigale V4 R
5 L.   BazYamaha YZF R1
6 A.  LowesYamaha YZF R1
7C.  DaviesDucati Panigale V4 R
8 M. Van Der MarkYamaha YZF R1
9J.   TorresKawasaki ZX-10RR
10M. MelandriYamaha YZF R1
11M. RinaldiDucati Panigale V4 R
Not Classified
RETT.   SykesBMW S1000 RR
RETP.   HickmanBMW S1000 RR
RETS.  CorteseYamaha YZF R1
RET L.   MercadoKawasaki ZX-10RR
RET A.  DelbiancoHonda CBR1000RR
RET R.  KiyonariHonda CBR1000RR
RiderPoints
 Jonathan Rea 376
 Alvaro Bautista 352
 Michael Van Der Mark 206
 Alex Lowes 192
 Leon Haslam 187
 Toprak Razgatlioglu 153
 Tom Sykes 139
 Chaz Davies 130
 Marco Melandri 124
 Sandro Cortese 96
 Michael Ruben Rinaldi 85
 Jordi Torres 76
 Loris Baz 56
 Markus Reiterberger 56
 Leandro Mercado 38
 Eugene Laverty 32
 Leon Camier 26
 Lorenzo Zanetti 21
 Ryuichi Kiyonari 19
 Alessandro Delbianco 18
 Peter Hickman 14
 Thomas Bridewell 12
 Yuki Takahashi 11
 Michele Pirro 10
 Samuele Cavalieri 6
 Hector Barbera 3

World Supersport

A blistering start for Caricasulo saw the Italian take the hole-shot into Turn 1, ahead of Jules Cluzel (GMT94 YAMAHA) and Lucas Mahias (Kawasaki Puccetti Racing). Mahias took second off Cluzel at Turn 4, whilst Randy Krummenacher (BARDAHL Evan Bros. WorldSSP Team) was only tenth, following a poor Tissot Superpole. Right behind the leading trio was wildcard, Brad Jones (Appleyard Macadam Integro), in fourth.

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World Supersport

On Lap 3, it was all change at the front as Lucas Mahias hit the lead at McLean’s, whilst on entrance to the Foggy Esses, Jules Cluzel got ahead of Caricasulo too. It was a French 1-2. At the start of Lap 5, Isaac Viñales crashed out of contention at Turn 1.

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World Supersport

The front three were beginning to break away at the head of the field, whilst Brad Jones continued to ride strongly in fourth in front of a supportive home crowd. Raffaele De Rosa (MV AGUSTA Reparto Corse) began closing him down however and on Lap 6, the Italian got ahead of the wildcard at the final corner.

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World Supersport

On the seventh lap, De Rosa had not broken clear of Jones but now right behind both of them was Randy Krummenacher. The Swiss rider dive-bombed Jones into the Melbourne Loop and was now up to fifth. Hannes Soomer (MPM WILSport Racedays) was on the back of the battle for fourth and was far-and-away the best Honda rider. Krummenacher took fourth at the Melbourne Loop on Lap 8, now with clear air to his teammate, with plenty of space to bridge in order to get on podium terms.

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World Supersport

With seven laps to go, Cluzel hit the front and immediately began to put distance into Mahias. Caricasulo was now looking impatient, struggling to get into second ahead of the 2017 WorldSSP champion. Meanwhile, Randy Krummenacher set the fastest lap of the race and was digging deep to try and get on terms with his teammate and main championship rival.

With five laps left, Caricasulo finally got ahead of Mahias down into the Foggy Esses and instantly, broke clear of Mahias. Krummenacher had set the fastest lap of the race for a third consecutive lap. The gap between Cluzel at the front and Caricasulo in second was coming down too, with Caricasulo now with the fastest lap of the race.

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World Supersport – Cluzel

The last lap beckoned, with Caricasulo closing down Cluzel. Mahias looked a safe third as Krummenacher began to fade. Caricasulo tried once at the Melbourne Loop but couldn’t make the move stick, leaving Cluzel room to cut back through and take the win. Caricasulo was second with Mahias on the podium again, whilst Randy Krummenacher took fourth.

WSBK Rnd Donington WorldSSP Sunday Race Action Cluzel Finish
World Supersport

Raffaele De Rosa took fifth, whilst Hannes Soomer crashed out of sixth. This promoted Thomas Gradinger into sixth, ahead of Jack Kennedy, Corentin Perolari (GMT94 YAMAHA), Brad Jones and Ayrton Badovini (Team Pedercini Racing), who completed the top ten.

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World Supersport

World Supersport Results


PosRiderBikeGap
1J.   CluzelYamaha YZF R60.000
2F.   CaricasuloYamaha YZF R6+0.114
3L.   MahiasKawasaki ZX-6R+0.436
4R.  KrummenacherYamaha YZF R6+0.804
5R.  De RosaMV Agusta F3 675+10.717
6T.   GradingerYamaha YZF R6+13.723
7J.   KennedyYamaha YZF R6+14.024
8C.  PerolariYamaha YZF R6+15.479
9B.  JonesYamaha YZF R6+19.013
10A.  BadoviniKawasaki ZX-6R+24.841
11P.   SebestyenHonda CBR600RR+35.462
12R.  HartogKawasaki ZX-6R+39.450
13H.  OkuboKawasaki ZX-6R+41.770
14J.   Van SikkelerusHonda CBR600RR+42.519
15H.  SoomerHonda CBR600RR+45.568
16G.  Van StraalenKawasaki ZX-6R+47.608
17C.  StangeHonda CBR600RR+51.413
18F.   FuligniMV Agusta F3 675+51.936
19N.  CaleroKawasaki ZX-6R+52.252
20A.  ToledoYamaha YZF R6+53.103
21J.   DaniloHonda CBR600RR+59.031
22I.    VinalesYamaha YZF R6+100.901
23G.  SconzaHonda CBR600RR+128.368
Not Classified
RETK.  SmithKawasaki ZX-6R11 Laps
RETA.  GyorfiYamaha YZF R619 Laps
RETL.   CressonYamaha YZF R6/
PosRiderPoints
1Randy Krummenacher173
2Federico Caricasulo158
3Jules Cluzel132
4Lucas Mahias82
5Hikari Okubo73
6Thomas Gradinger70
7Raffaele De Rosa69
8Corentin Perolari49
9Isaac Vinales45
10Peter Sebestyen38
11Loris Cresson29
12Hannes Soomer28
13Ayrton Badovini26
14Jules Danilo24
15Hector Barbera22
16Federico Fuligni11
17Lorenzo Gabellini10
18Kyle Smith10
19Jack Kennedy9
20Glenn Van Straalen9
21Rob Hartog9
22Kevin Manfredi8
23Jaimie Van Sikkelerus8
24Brad Jones7
25Massimo Roccoli6
26Tom Toparis5
27Maria Herrera5
28Luca Ottaviani4
29Mattia Casadei1

World Supersport 300

Before the race had even started, there was drama, as pole-sitter Ton Kawakami (BCD Yamaha MS Racing) and team-mate Andy Verdoïa had to start from the back of the grid, having failed tyre pressure tests, meaning the only rider on the front row of the WorldSSP300 grid was Galang Hendra Pratama (Semakin Di Depan Biblion Motoxracing).

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World Supersport 300

With Manuel Gonzalez (Kawasaki ParkinGO Team) out through injury and Scott Deroue (Kawasaki MOTOPORT) failing to make it through from the Last Chance Race, points were there for the taking.

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World Supersport 300

It was a phenomenal opening lap, as Dorren Loureiro (Nutec – RT Motorsports by SKM – Kawasaki) was swerved into by 2018 runner-up Mika Perez (Scuderia Maranga Racing) on the start line and consequently crashed.

Galang Hendra Pratama took the lead and held it for the opening lap. There was more drama down the field, as Ana Carrasco (Kawasaki Provec WorldSSP300) crashed at the Melbourne Hairpin with Borja Sanchez (Scuderia Maranga Racing).

WSBK Rnd Donington WorldSSP Sunday Race Sabbatucci
World Supersport 300

The race then settled down at the front with Hendra Pratama leading Bruno Ieraci (Kawasaki GP Project), although Andy Verdoïa from the back of the grid was now back in the mix and inside the top ten. Soon enough, he would be in third place beforet taking both Ieraci and Hendra Pratama in one fell swoop with eight laps to go. Following him through the order in the leading group was Hugo De Cancellis (Team Trasimeno Yamaha).

As the leading group battled, it was fractured with two and a half laps to go, with Hugo De Cancellis coming from fourth to first at the Foggy Esses before crashing, wiping out Bruno Ieraci.

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World Supersport 300

Then, one lap later, Hendra Pratama crashed at the Melbourne Loop as he clattered into Jan-Ole Jahnig (Freudenberg KTM Junior Team).

On the final lap, Verdoïa was leading ahead of Kevin Sabatucci (Team Trasimeno Yamaha), who had ghosted up to the leading group. The Italian rider got ahead of Verdoïa at the Foggy Esses, with Nick Kalinin (Nutec – RT Motorsport by SKM – Kawasaki) in the mix too. However, in the final few corners, there were no changes and Sabatucci took the win to deny France a first win in the hands of a heroic Verdoïa.

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World Supersport 300

Victor Steeman (Freudenberg KTM Junior Team) was in fourth ahead of teammate Jahnig, whilst Dion Otten (MTM Racing Team), Oliver König (ACCR Czech Talent Team), Koen Meuffels (Freudenberg KTM WorldSSP Team), Dino Iozzo (Nutec – RT Motorsports by SKM – Kawasaki) and young Australian Tom Bramich (Kawasaki ParkinGO Team) rounded out the top ten.

With a first podium for an Italian rider in 2019, Sabatucci took the country’s third win in the history of WorldSSP300. It was also the third time in 2019 that the WorldSSP300 podium has featured three different nationalities.

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World Supersport 300

Manuel Gonzalez holds onto his lead in the championship, with a 43-point lead from Ana Carrasco and Scott Deroue (Kawasaki MOTOPORT), who are both still tied on points. Gonzalez can mathematically win the championship at Portimao, such has been his dominance.

P1 – Kevin Sabatucci (Team Trasimeno Yamaha)

“It was a tough race. I knew that Andy was starting from the back but also that he was catching the front pretty fast. In the beginning, I was slow in some areas compared to other riders but staying with them, I was able to improve there. I knew that it was going to be a crazy race so I tried to stay calm and took the lead on the final lap! We made it and I am so happy! I think this weekend we did a perfect job”.

World Supersport 300 Results


PosRiderBikeGap
1K.  SabatucciYamaha YZF-R30.000
2A.  VerdoïaYamaha YZF-R3+0.239
3N.  KalininKawasaki Ninja 400+0.447
4V.  SteemanKTM RC 390 R+0.767
5J.   JahnigKTM RC 390 R+1.073
6D.  OttenKawasaki Ninja 400+1.248
7O.  KönigKawasaki Ninja 400+1.969
8K.  MeuffelsKTM RC 390 R+17.426
9D.  IozzoKawasaki Ninja 400+17.669
10T.   BramichKawasaki Ninja 400+17.843
11S.  Di SoraKawasaki Ninja 400+18.040
12J.   Perez GonzalezKawasaki Ninja 400+18.411
13P.   GiacominiKawasaki Ninja 400+18.782
14E.  De La VegaYamaha YZF-R3+18.870
15Y.   OkayaKawasaki Ninja 400+19.029
16F.   Hernandez MoyanYamaha YZF-R3+22.977
17B.  NeilaYamaha YZF-R3+23.233
18K.  AloisiKawasaki Ninja 400+23.587
19A.  CarrascoKawasaki Ninja 400+29.594
20M. PerezKawasaki Ninja 400+29.789
21L.   LoiKawasaki Ninja 400+30.546
22R.  DoreYamaha YZF-R3+32.174
23J.   BuisKawasaki Ninja 400+120.518
Not Classified
RETG.  Hendra PratamaYamaha YZF-R32 Laps
RETB.  IeraciKawasaki Ninja 4002 Laps
RETH.  De CancellisYamaha YZF-R33 Laps
RETT.   KawakamiYamaha YZF-R33 Laps
RETM. KapplerKTM RC 390 R3 Laps
RETO.  BonoliYamaha YZF-R35 Laps
RETF.   RovelliKawasaki Ninja 4005 Laps
RETR.  SchotmanKawasaki Ninja 4007 Laps
RETM. BastianelliKawasaki Ninja 4007 Laps
RETT.   EdwardsKawasaki Ninja 4009 Laps
RETB.  SanchezKawasaki Ninja 400/
RETD.  LoureiroKawasaki Ninja 400/
PosRiderPoints
1Manuel Gonzalez108
2Ana Carrasco65
3Scott Deroue65
4Andy Verdoïa65
5Jan-Ole Jahnig59
6Victor Steeman55
7Marc Garcia50
8Hugo De Cancellis47
9Galang Hendra Pratama36
10Kevin Sabatucci32
11Nick Kalinin31
12Omar Bonoli24
13Bruno Ieraci21
14Koen Meuffels15
15Manuel Bastianelli14
16Jeffrey Buis13
17Maximilian Kappler12
18Dion Otten10
19Emanuele Vocino10
20Mika Perez10
21Enzo De La Vega10
22Oliver König9
23Robert Schotman9
24Tom Edwards8
25Samuel Di Sora8
26Dino Iozzo7
27Mateo Pedeneau7
28Tom Bramich6
29Ferran Hernandez Moyano6
30Unai Orradre6
31Jose Luis Perez Gonzalez4
32Dorren Loureiro4
33Paolo Giacomini3
34Beatriz Neila3
35Filippo Rovelli3
36Borja Sanchez2
37Francisco Gomez2
38Yuta Okaya1
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Rea does the double on Sunday in Argentina

2019 WorldSBK Argentina Day ThreeOvernight in Argentina five-time World Champion and newly crowned 2019 World...
WorldSBK Argentina Day Alvaro Bautista Jonathan Rea Toprak Razgatlioglu

Six riders refuse to race at Argentina on Saturday | Bautista wins R1

2019 WorldSBK Argentina Day TwoFrom Friday morning, it was immediately clear that the Argentinian track...
WorldSBK Argentina Day Bautista

Bautista tops opening day in Argentina

  2019 WorldSBK Argentina Day OneAlvaro Bautista topped the timesheets in Argentina overnight on the Spaniard's...

Alex Lowes confirmed at Kawasaki alongside Rea for WSBK 2020

Alex Lowes Joins KRT British rider Alex Lowes will join Jonathan Rea in the official...