Superbike World Championship Race Two Results From Lausitzring

Superbike World Championship Race Two Results From Lausitzring

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Motul FIM Superbike World Championship

Lausitzring, Germany

August 20, 2017

Race Two Results (all on Pirelli tires):

1. Chaz DAVIES, UK (Ducati Panigale R), 21 laps, Total Race Time 34:05.220, Best Lap Time 1:36.634

2. Jonathan REA, UK (Kawasaki ZX-10RR), -2.290 seconds, 1:36.868

3. Marco MELANDRI, Italy (Ducati Panigale R), -4.388, 1:36.892

4. Tom SYKES, UK (Kawasaki ZX-10RR), -14.167, 1:37.390

5. Alex LOWES, UK (Yamaha YZF-R1), -15.786, 1:37.241

6. Leon CAMIER, UK (MV Agusta F4), -16.023, 1:37.424

7. Lorenzo SAVADORI, Italy (Aprilia RSV4 RF), -16.138, 1:37.495

8. Jordi TORRES, Spain (BMW S1000RR), -16.900, 1:37.359

9. Marcus REITERBERGER, Germany (BMW S1000RR), -20.355, 1:37.640

10. Xavi FORÉS, Spain (Ducati Panigale R), -24.066, 1:37.661

11. Michael VAN DER MARK, Netherlands (Yamaha YZF-R1), -24.885, 1:37.810

12. Leandro MERCADO, Argentina (Aprilia RSV4 RF), -35.566, 1:38.225

13. Stefan BRADL, Germany (Honda CBR1000RR), -36.772, 1:38.238

14. Roman RAMOS, Spain (Kawasaki ZX-10RR), -38.508, ran off track, 1:37.958

15. Raffaele DE ROSA, Italy (BMW S1000RR), -39.613, 1:37.844

16. Ondrej JEZEK, Czech Republic (Kawasaki ZX-10RR), -60.744, 1:39.167

17. Davide GIUGLIANO, Italy (Honda CBR1000RR), -61.401, 1:38.814

18. Ayrton BADOVINI, Italy (Kawasaki ZX-10RR), -61.531, 1:39.206

19. Massimo ROCCOLI, Italy (Yamaha YZF-R1), -87.642, 1:40.509

20. Randy KRUMMENACHER, Switzerland (Kawasaki ZX-10RR), -6 laps, DNF, crash, 1:38.347

21. Riccardo RUSSO, Italy (Kawasaki ZX-10RR), -6 laps, DNF, retired, 1:40.133

22. Pawel SZKOPEK, Poland (Yamaha YZF-R1), -8 laps, DNF, crash, 1:39.632

23. Eugene LAVERTY, Ireland (Aprilia RSV4 RF), -13 laps, DNF, crash, 1:37.346

World Championship Point Standings (after 18 of 26 races):

1. Rea, 381 points

2. Sykes, 311

3. Davies, 276

4. Melandri, 218

5. Lowes, 169

6. Fores, 146

7. Van Der Mark, 135

8. Camier, 120

9. Torres, 109

10. Laverty, 95

11. Savadori, 81

12. Ramos, 77

13. Mercado, 75

14. Bradl, 67

15. Krummenacher, 50

16. Nicky Hayden (RIP), 40

17. De Angelis, 32

18. De Rosa, 31

19. Reiterberger, 29

20. Leon Haslam, 20

21. Badovini, 14

22. Jezek, 12

23. Russo, 8

24. Jake Dixon, 7

25. Josh Brookes, 4

26. Julian Simon, 4

27. Jake Gagne, 2

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