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WorldSBK By September 20, 2021

Redding, Rea, and Rinaldi Share Victories at Catalunya

WorldSBK Race 1: Redding heads historic Ducati 1-2-3 in epic wet Catalunya Race 1, Razgatlioglu retires

A late surge from Scott Redding allowed him to take victory while Axel Bassani took his first World Championship podium

A pre-race rain downpour provided the perfect recipe for Race 1 at the Hyundai N Catalunya Round as Scott Redding (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati) put in a late surge for victory at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya with Axel Bassani (Motocorsa Racing) claiming his first MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship podium, as the fight for the Championship took yet another twist in Spain.

RAIN CREATES A STORM IN THE TOP FOUR…

At the start of the race, Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK) found himself down in tenth at the first timing point but battled his way back to the lead after Toprak Razgatlioglu (Pata Yamaha with Brixx WorldSBK), who was forced to retire from the lead of the race on Lap 15 with a technical issue. The final results mean Rea has a six-point advantage over Razgatlioglu in the Championship standings.

As Rea pulled away at the front, Axel Bassani (Motocorsa Racing) battled his way to the front and fought with Razgatlioglu in the first half of the race before the pair closed the gap to Rea while battling. Eventually they bought found their way past the six-time Champion before Bassani took the lead when Razgatlioglu pulled over with the technical issue. As the 20-lap race progressed, the two factory Ducati riders of Michael Ruben Rinaldi and Scott Redding (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati) found pace.

In the closing stages, Redding passed teammate Rinaldi for second before making a move on the Independent Ducati of Bassani for the lead with a handful of laps to go as he claimed the lead of the race, ahead of Bassani and Rinaldi who secured Ducati’s first 1-2-3 finish since Assen 2012, Race 1, where an Italian rookie stood on the podium for the first time in the form of Davide Giugliano, who also finished second.

COMPLETING THE TOP TEN

Michael van der Mark (BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team) claimed fifth place despite applying late pressure to Rea as he looked to claim a podium finish for BMW. He was two seconds clear of former teammate Alex Lowes (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK) who claimed sixth place.

There was a strong showing for Team HRC with Leon Haslam finishing in seventh place and Alvaro Bautista in ninth, sandwiching polesitter Tom Sykes (BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team), with the British rider falling down the order right from the start of the race but managed to fight back to claim eighth place. Chaz Davies (Team GoEleven) completed the top ten, finishing just 0.008s ahead of Kohta Nozane (GRT Yamaha WorldSBK Team) who finished as the lead Yamaha rider. Nozane got a great start from 12th to fight in the lead group in the early stages of the race.

COMPLETING THE POINTS

Andrea Locatelli (Pata Yamaha with Brixx WorldSBK) finished in 12th place after falling down through the order, finishing four tenths clear of French rider Lucas Mahias (Kawasaki Puccetti Racing) in 13th place. Isaac Viñales (Orelac Racing VerdNatura) was 14th place with Leandro Mercado (MIE Racing Honda Team) taking the final point from Race 1 with 15th.

Samuele Cavalieri (Barni Racing Team) took home 16th place on his first start of 2021 with the Barni Racing Team with Christophe Ponsson (Gil Motor Sport-Yamaha) in 17th. Loris Cresson (OUTDO TPR Team Pedercini Racing) came home in 18th place ahead of Jonas Folger (Bonovo MGM Action) and Lachlan Epis (OUTDO TPR Team Pedercini Racing) in 20th on his WorldSBK debut in difficult conditions.

TO NOTE

Garrett Gerloff (GRT Yamaha WorldSBK Team) did not take the race start after a crash on the Sighting Lap as he lost the rear of his Yamaha YZF R1 machine on the kerbs on the exit of Turn 10 and on the run through Turn 11, damaging his bike and preventing him from taking the start of the 20-lap encounter.

WorldSBK Race 1 Podium
  1. Scott Redding (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati)
  2. Axel Bassani (Motocorsa Racing) +1.577s
  3. Michael Ruben Rinaldi (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati) +2.326s

Tissot Superpole Race: Rea holds off Razgatlioglu challenge in Red Flagged Superpole Race

The six-time Champion battled hard for victory ahead of Toprak Razgatlioglu, while Alvaro Bautista was back on the podium

The Tissot Superpole Race at the Hyundai N Catalunya Round provided plenty of drama and action in the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship as Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK) claimed a hard-fought victory over Toprak Razgatlioglu (Pata Yamaha with Brixx WorldSBK) to win by two tenths, while the race at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya made history as it became the 325th race three different manufacturers have stood on the same podium in WorldSBK history with Alvaro Bautista (Team HRC) claiming third place.

RED FLAG DISRUPTS RUNNING

Toprak Razgatlioglu (Pata Yamaha with Brixx WorldSBK) got the lead of the race into Turn 1 but soon found himself having to fend off the challenge from Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK) and Scott Redding (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati) at the head of the field, with Rea on Pirelli’s SC1 tyre while his rivals were on the SCX.

The battle continued through the first three laps before a Red Flag was shown on Lap 4 following an incident at Turn 11 involving Lucas Mahias (Kawasaki Puccetti Racing) and Chaz Davies (Team GoEleven), with Davies taken to the medical centre-up for a check-up following the incident. Davies was stable and conscious following the incident but was declared unfit, before he was transferred to Catalunya Hospital for further assessment. Mahias took to the grid for the restarted race but brought his bike back to the pits three laps in.

RESTARTED RACE: FIVE-LAP SUPERPOLE RACE

The grid for the restarted race was based on the last completed timing point for each rider, with Razgatlioglu, Rea and Redding starting the five-lap race from the front row, with Rea starting the restarted race on the SCX tyre. The first lap of the five laps involved incredible battling between the lead group, but it was Rea who came out on top ahead of Razgatlioglu.

Alvaro Bautista (Team HRC) was in third place after starting the restarted race from sixth place, fighting his way up to claim his first podium since Aragon 2020, a wait of 37 races, and to claim a front row start for this afternoon’s Race 2. Bautista had been running second ahead of Razgatlioglu but was overtaken by the Turkish star, before battling Alex Lowes (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK) for the podium.

STARTING RACE 2 FROM ROW TWO

Lowes claimed fourth place in the Superpole Race to secure a second row start and he will be joined by Michael Ruben Rinaldi (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati) and Axel Bassani (Motocorsa Racing); Bassani starting Race 2 from sixth place after the highs of his Race 1 podium and a big crash in Sunday’s Warm-Up session.

FROM THE THIRD ROW…

Two Hondas will start from inside the top seven with Leon Haslam (Team HRC) claiming seventh place with American Garrett Gerloff (GRT Yamaha WorldSBK Team) recovering from a crash yesterday to take eighth place in the Superpole Race. Christophe Ponsson (Gil Motor Sport-Yamaha) took his best ever WorldSBK result with ninth after a battle with Leandro Mercado (MIE Racing Honda Team) and Samuele Cavalieri (Barni Racing Team); the Italian also claiming his best WorldSBK result.

TO NOTE

The Tissot Superpole Race proved to be one to forget for the BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team with both riders retiring from the race after an incident between the two at Turn 6 on the opening lap of the race, with Michael van der Mark coming off his bike in the gravel while Sykes was able to bring his bike back to the pits. Van der Mark lost the front of his BMW M 1000 RR going through Turn 6 and made contact with Sykes. Neither rider was able to take to the grid for the restarted race.

Andrea Locatelli (Pata Yamaha with Brixx WorldSBK) and Kohta Nozane (GRT Yamaha WorldSBK Team) retired from the restarted race on the opening lap after an incident at Turn 11, with Alex Lowes (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK) and Scott Redding (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati) also involved; the incident placed under investigation by the FIM WorldSBK Stewards with no further action required. Redding had to take to the gravel with that incident and lost lots of time, finishing the race in 15th place.

Tissot Superpole Race Podium
  1. Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK)
  2. Toprak Razgatlioglu (Pata Yamaha with Brixx WorldSBK) +0.211s
  3. Alvaro Bautista (Team HRC) +2.771s

WorldSBK Race 2: Rapid Rinaldi takes stunning Catalunya Race 2 win, Razgatlioglu reclaims Championship lead

Michael Ruben Rinaldi returned to the top step of the rostrum with victory after a tyre gamble in Race 2

Race 2 for the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya was a dramatic encounter with Michael Ruben Rinaldi (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati) claiming victory after a long battle with Toprak Razgatlioglu (Pata Yamaha with Brixx WorldSBK) reclaimed the Championship lead by a single point with second place.

EARLY RED FLAG

The Red Flags were thrown on Lap 2 of the 20-lap race following an incident involving Lucas Mahias (Kawasaki Puccetti Racing) and Tom Sykes (BMW Motorrad WorldSBK) at Turn 1. Sykes was taken to the medical centre for a check-up following the crash but was conscious. He was diagnosed with a head injury and concussion and transferred to Catalunya Hospital for further assessments.

EARLY BATTLING IN THE 19-LAP RESTART

The new race distance of 19 laps got underway with Rinaldi a fast starter as he moved into the lead of the race ahead of Razgatlioglu (and Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK). Razgatlioglu was able to go with Rinaldi throughout the 19-lap encounter but Rea started to drop back. Razgatlioglu and Rinaldi pulled away from Rea with Rinaldi. The Turkish star was able to pass Rinaldi to take the lead of the race, but this lasted for just a handful of laps as Rinaldi responded into Turn 1 with a handful of laps remaining, before extending his lead.

With Rea battling to stay on the podium, he had to fight to keep Andrea Locatelli (Pata Yamaha with Brixx WorldSBK) behind him but his attempts proved to be in vain with the Italian rookie getting past on lap 10 before Scott Redding (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati) and Alvaro Bautista (Team HRC) followed him through. At the start of Lap 18, Redding made a move on Locatelli into Turn 1 for third place with Redding using the SC0 tyre, along with Rinaldi, while his rivals were on the SCX tyre. Bautista followed Redding through a lap later at the same corner. It meant Rinaldi claimed his first win since the Tissot Superpole Race at Misano, and the first time Rinaldi, Razgatlioglu and Redding shared the podium. Bautista just missed out on a podium place with fourth place, with Locatelli in fifth.

COMPLETING THE TOP TEN

Rea finished the race in sixth place, more than three seconds down on the battle for the podium, but he finished three seconds clear of American star Garrett Gerloff (GRT Yamaha WorldSBK Team) in seventh, his best result since the Superpole Race at the Autodrom Most. Rea’s sixth place means Razgatlioglu claims the Championship lead by a single point ahead of Rea. Gerloff was the top Independent rider and finishing ahead of Axel Bassani (Motocorsa Racing) in eighth.

Michael van der Mark (BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team) claimed ninth place with Japanese rookie Kohta Nozane (GRT Yamaha WorldSBK Team) taking his first top-ten finish in a full-length race with tenth. Nozane continued his run of lightning starts in Race 2 to set himself up nicely for the 19-lap encounter.

TAKING HOME POINTS

Honda secured a points finish with both riders as Leon Haslam (Team HRC) finished in 11th place, five seconds clear of Samuele Cavalieri (Barni Racing Team) in 12th, just falling short of his career-best 11th he set in the Tissot Superpole Race. Christophe Ponsson (Gil Motor Sport-Yamaha) was 13th in Race 2 after a strong weekend for the French rider.

Leandro Mercado (MIE Racing Honda Team) and Isaac Viñales (Orelac Racing VerdNatura) had an incredible battle for 14th place with Argentinean rider finishing just 0.081s clear of rookie Viñales. Jonas Folger (Bonovo MGM Action) was the last classified rider in 16th place.

TO NOTE

Alex Lowes’ (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK) came to an end at Turn 2 on Lap 1 after he came off his Kawasaki ZX-10RR, forcing the British rider to retire from the race. Jonas Folger (Bonovo MGM Action) and Lachlan Epis (OUTDO TPR Team Pedercini Racing) had to attempt avoiding action at the back of the grid, with Epis retiring from the race. Lowes was taken to the medical centre for a check-up following the incident and diagnosed with a left wrist contusion. Mahias joined the restarted race but brought his bike back to the pits and retired from the race, while Loris Cresson (OUTDO TPR Team Pedercini Racing) also did not finish the race.

WorldSBK Race 2 Podium
  1. Michael Ruben Rinaldi (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati)
  2. Toprak Razgatlioglu (Pata Yamaha with Brixx WorldSBK) +3.030s
  3. Scott Redding (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati) +3.207s

Michael Ruben Rinaldi: “I’m really happy about this win because we arrived from a difficult moment. Yesterday after the rain I was a little bit upset because I knew we had a strong pace in the dry. We managed third which wasn’t bad. I said, ‘today is my day, I need to go for it’. The tyre choice was difficult actually because everyone was going for the soft, but last year I saw there was too much drop at the end of the race. I took a risk, but it worked, so really happy about that.”

WorldSBK Championship Standings After Round 9

  1. Toprak Razgatlioglu (Pata Yamaha with Brixx WorldSBK) 399 points
  2. Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK) 398 points
  3. Scott Redding (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati) 339 points

WorldSSP Race 1: Back on top: Krummenacher claims strategic Race 1 victory in rain-affected encounter

An early rain shower forced riders to change tyres but some took the gamble to stay out on track in variable weather conditions

After two years away from the top step of the podium in the FIM Supersport World Championship, Randy Krummenacher (CM Racing) was back on top after a rain-affected Race 1 at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya for the Hyundai N Catalunya Round after switching tyres in the early stages of the race.

RAIN PLAYS A KEY ROLE

Only two riders opted to stay out at the end of Lap 2 when the entire field pitted with One Event rider Loic Arbel (Andotrans Team Torrento) and Shogo Kawasaki (G.A.P. MOTOZOO Racing by Puccetti) opting to stay out. While they gained track position initially, the switch of tyres proved to be the better strategy with Steven Odendaal (Evan Bros. WorldSSP Yamaha Team) coming out of the pits first. It was announced that Odendaal would be one of a handful of riders to be punished for a pit lane intervention time infringement, with Odendaal having 25.845s added to his race time. Riders were required to stay in the pit lane for 1’21s.

Krummenacher was able to pass Odendaal on track and went on to build a gap of around 16 seconds at the end of the 18-lap encounter with Spanish rider Manuel Gonzalez (Yamaha ParkinGo Team) able to take advantage of Raffaele De Rosa (Orelac Racing VerdNatura) passing Odendaal into Turn 9 to move into second place, with De Rosa third. Although Odendaal crossed the line in fourth, Odendaal was classified eighth after the penalty was applied. Victory for Yamaha machinery means they have now claimed 110 victories in WorldSSP and Gonzalez’s second place makes it 300 podium placements for the Japanese manufacturer.

ÖNCÜ REMAINS IN THE TOP FIVE

Turkish star Can Öncü (Kawasaki Puccetti Racing) started the race from tenth place but soon find himself leading the race at Turn 1 after an incredible start, with Öncü finishing the race in fourth place after a late-race battle with teammate Oettl. Oettl was another who was penalized for a pit intervention time infringement, with 1.995s added to his time.

Arbel was the only rider who stayed out of the pits throughout the race and, despite losing time on slick tyres as the track was wet but drying, finished in sixth place in his first race in the Championship, finishing less than a second behind Oettl in the final classification. Hannes Soomer (Kallio Racing) had a strong race as his comeback from injury continues finishing in seventh place, ahead of Odendaal.

Odendaal’s teammate, Peer Sebestyen, was eight seconds back from Odendaal in ninth place with Glenn van Straalen (EAB Racing Team) tenth on his return to the Championship, replacing Krummenacher at EAB Racing with 2019 Champion Krummenacher standing in for the injured Bernardi at CM Racing.

TAKING HOME POINTS

Simon Jespersen (Ten Kate Racing Yamaha), competing in place of Dominique Aegerter, came home in 11th place but had a 17.795s pit intervention time penalty added to his time, having initially crossed the line in ninth place. Christoffer Bergman (Wojcik Racing Team) was 12th place with Galang Hendra Pratama (Ten Kate Racing Yamaha) in 13th; the Indonesian given a 19.450s penalty for a pit intervention time infringement. Vertti Takala (Kallio Racing) was 14th despite a double Long Lap Penalty for a jump start with Ludovic Cauchi (GMT94 Yamaha) completing the points on his WorldSSP debut.

TO NOTE

Federico Caricasulo (Biblion Iberica Yamaha Motoxracing) was the highest placed WorldSSP Challenge rider with 18th place, as he stands in for Maria Herrera who is competing the MotoE™ World Cup. Michel Fabrizio (G.A.P. MOTOZOO Racing by Puccetti) put in some incredibly fast laps towards the end of the 18-lap race, to set the fastest lap and set a new lap record at the Catalan venue.

Andy Verdoïa (GTM94 Yamaha), who won in similar weather conditions last year, was forced to retire from the race after a collision with Eduardo Montero Huerta (DK Motorsport) in the early stages of the 18-lap race. Montero Huerta had been given a double Long Lap Penalty for a jump start, along with Leonardo Taccini (Orelac Racing VerdNatura) and Takala (Both Verdoïa and Montero Huerta were both taken to the medical centre for a check-up following the collision. David Sanchis Martinez (WRP Wepol Racing) retired from the race after starting from the pit lane due to a tyre pressure infringement on the grid, while Luigi Montella (Chiodo Moto Racing) also did not finish the race.

WorldSSP Race 1 Podium
  1. Randy Krummenacher (CM Racing)
  2. Manuel Gonzalez (Yamaha ParkinGO Team) +16.226s
  3. Raffaele De Rosa (Orelac Racing VerdNatura) +16.273s

WorldSSP Race 2: Fight to the line: Gonzalez claims Race 2 victory by just 0.021s ahead of De Rosa

There was nothing to separate the podium trio in an incredible Race 2 at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

FIM Supersport World Championship action came to a thrilling conclusion at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya for the Hyundai N Catalunya Round as Manuel Gonzalez (Yamaha ParkinGo Team) claimed an incredible victory by just 0.021s ahead of Raffaele De Rosa (Orelac Racing VerdNatura) in Race 2, while Niki Tuuli (MV Agusta Corse Clienti) ensured all three manufacturers were represented on the podium.

ÖNCÜ ON THE MOVE

Turkish star Can Öncü (Kawasaki Puccetti Racing) was the big mover in the early stages of the 18-lap battle as he made moves on Randy Krummenacher (CM Racing) and Gonzalez to take the lead of the race after starting from tenth place. The move for the lead came at the start of Lap 4 as he passed Gonzalez on the brakes into the right-hander of Turn 1.

As Lap 6 started Krummenacher and Öncü got as close as they could which slowed the pair down int Turn 1, allowing Gonzalez to reclaim the lead of the race with Krummenacher passing Öncü as well. A lap later and De Rosa was through on Öncü as well as Krummenacher to move into second place. Öncü’s fight for the podium came to an end on Lap 8 at Turn 5 as the Turkish rider came off his bike, re-joining the race down in 29th place and then bringing his bike back to the pits.

THE BATTLE FOR THE LEAD

Öncü’s incident allowed the lead group to fracture out a little bit but there were still four riders battling for the race win, with De Rosa able to get alongside Gonzalez lap after lap but Gonzalez able to defend the position on the brakes. On Lap 13, De Rosa made a move stick on Gonzalez at Turn 4 to take the lead of the race, with Krummenacher and Tulli still in the fight for the podium. Gonzalez lost time at the start of Lap 14 as he ran wide at Turn 1 and fell behind both Krummenacher and Tuuli but remained in the lead group although moved back in the podium places on the following lap with a move on Finnish rider Tuuli. Gonzalez recovered from running wide as he passed Krummenacher for second before setting his sights on De Rosa. On the last lap, Gonzalez made his move for the race win and despite the Italian’s best efforts he was unable to re-take the lead.

It meant Gonzalez claimed his second WorldSSP victory and his fifth podium in WorldSSP while De Rosa came home in second place behind Gonzalez, his second podium of the Catalunya Round; just 0.021s behind Gonzalez as they crossed the line. Tuuli claimed his first podium since Magny-Cours 2017 with third place after a Krummenacher save on the final lap; just 0.074s between the top three.

TAKING HOME A TOP TEN FINISH

Marcel Brenner (VFT Racing) secured his best result of the season with fifth place as he brought home a big points haul for VFT Racing, with Federico Caricasulo (Biblion Iberica Yamaha Motoxracing) completing the top six as the Italian rider finishing just a second behind Swiss rider Brenner.

Steven Odendaal (Evan Bros. WorldSSP Yamaha Team) was seventh on a weekend where he had a chance to close the gap to Dominique Aegerter (Ten Kate Racing Yamaha) in the Championship standings. With Aegerter not competing in Barcelona, Odendaal had the opportunity to close the Championship gap from 62 points but only managed to take 17 points out of Aegerter’s lead, with the gap now 45 points. Odendaal was ahead of Phillip Oettl (Kawasaki Puccetti Racing) in eighth place. Glenn van Straalen (EAB Racing) equalled his WorldSSP best result with ninth place, ahead of Patrick Hobelsberger (Bonovo MGM Action) who rounded out the top ten.

CLAIMING POINTS

Estonian rider Hannes Soomer (Kallio Racing) claimed 11th place as his comeback from injury continued to gather pace, finishing three tenths clear of Matteo Patacca (Biblion Iberica Yamaha Motoxracing) in 12th place. Leonardo Taccini (Orelac Racing VerdNatura) finished in a strong 13th place, ahead of Simon Jespersen (Ten Kate Racing Yamaha); Jespersen crossed the line in 13th place but was demoted one place for a track limits infringement on the final lap. Peter Sebestyen (Evan Bros. WorldSSP Yamaha Team) claimed the final points finish with 15th place, just 0.033s behind Jespersen.

Federico Fuligni (VFT Racing) just missed out on points by half a second behind Sebestyen, while One Event rider Daniel Valle (Yamaha MS Racing) headed the trio of Yamaha MS Racing riders between 17th and 19th; Valle in 17th with Unai Orradre in 18th and Marc Alcoba in 19th. Vertti Takala (Kallio Racing) rounded out the top 20.

TO NOTE

Andy Verdoïa (GMT94 Yamaha) was declared unfit after a Race 1 incident with Eduardo Montero Huerta (DK Motorsport), where both were taken to the medical centre. Verdoïa was diagnosed with a right ankle sprain and contusions to his right ankle and knee, while Montero Huerta was diagnosed with a lumbar contusion, although was able to take part in Race 2 after being reassessed on Sunday morning, although he brought his bike into the pits at around the halfway distance to retire from the race. WorldSSP Challenge rider Kevin Manfredi (Altogo Racing Team) did not take the start of the race. Luigi Montella (Chiodo Moto Racing) brought his bike back to the pits after a technical issue at the end of Lap 2, while fellow WorldSSP Challenge competitor Stephane Frossard (Moto Team Jura Vitesse) suffered a technical issue on the fifth lap at Turn 4. Christoffer Bergman (Wojcik Racing Team) brought his bike back to the pits after a crash in the early stages of the race as the Swedish rider retired from the race. Debutant Bill van Eerde (IXS-YART Yamaha) was also a retirement from the race as he brought his bike back to the pits after a technical issue.

With just a few laps to go, Ludovic Cauchi (GMT94 Yamaha) and Loic Arbel (Andotrans Team Torrento) had a collision at Turn 10, forcing both riders out of the race. Both Arbel and Cauchi were taken to the medical centre following the crash for a check-up, with Cauchi diagnosed with a left wrist contusion.

WorldSSP Race 2 Podium
  1. Manuel Gonzalez (Yamaha ParkinGo Team)
  2. Raffaele De Rosa (Orelac Racing VerdNatura) +0.021s
  3. Niki Tuuli (MV Agusta Corse Clienti) +0.095s

WorldSSP Championship Standings After Round 9

  1. Dominique Aegerter (Ten Kate Racing Yamaha) 302 points
  2. Steven Odendaal (Evan Bros. WorldSSP Yamaha Team) 257 points
  3. Manuel Gonzalez (Yamaha ParkinGo Team) 203 points
Words courtesy of worldsbk.com and photos courtesy of worldsbk.com and Graeme Brown
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