All-Japan Superbike: Kohta Nozane Wins Wet Race At Okayama (Includes Full-Race Video)

All-Japan Superbike: Kohta Nozane Wins Wet Race At Okayama (Includes Full-Race Video)

© 2019, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. By Kohei Hirota and David Swarts:.

 

2019 Rd.6 岡山国際サーキット JSB1000 決勝

MFJ Superbike All-Japan Road Race Championship

Okayama International Circuit, Japan

September 1, 2019

Race Results (wet conditions):

1. Kohta Nozane (Yam YZF-R1), 24 laps, Total Race Time 39:32.122, Best Lap Time 1:37.362

2. Ryo Mizuno (Hon CBR1000RR SP2), -4.039 seconds

3. Katsuyuki Nakasuga (Yam YZF-R1), -11.446

4. Takumi Takahashi (Hon CBR1000RR SP2), -16.869

5. Kazuma Tsuda (Suz GSX-R1000), -55.371

6. Yukio Kagayama (Suz GSX-R1000), -58.608

7. Kosuke Akiyoshi (Hon CBR1000RR SP2), -63.512

8. Kazuma Watanabe (Kaw ZX-10RR), -70.851

9. Ryosuke Iwato (Kaw ZX-10RR), -81.540

10. Kazuki Watanabe (Suz GSX-R1000), -93.540

11. Sodo Hamahara (CBR1000RR SP), -1 lap

12. Yudai Kamei (Hon CBR1000RR SP2), -1 lap

13. Shinichi Nakatomi (Yam YZF-R1), -1 lap

14. Yoshiyuki Sugai (Apr RSV4RF), -1 lap

15. Yuta Kodama (Yam YZF-R1), -1 lap

16. Kazuhiro Kojima (Hon CBR1000RR SP2), -1 lap

17. Akira Yanagawa (Kaw ZX-10RR), -1 lap

18. Yuto Taziri (Hon CBR1000RR SP2), -1 lap

19. Taro Sekiguchi (Hon CBR1000RR SP2), -1 lap

20. Reitoku Kuroki (Hon CBR1000RR SP2), -1 lap

21. Kazuki Ito (Kaw ZX-10RR), -2 laps

22. Kazuhiro Yoshida (Yam YZF-R1), -2 laps

23. Naoki Kiyosue (Kaw ZX-10RR), -2 laps

24. Tomoya Hoshino (BMW S1000RR), -2 laps

25. Kazuma Tsuda (Yam YZF-R1), -4 laps

26. Keisuke Maeda (Yam YZF-R1), DNF

27. Taiga Hada (Hon CBR1000RR SP2), DNS

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