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WSBK Portimao: Race One Result

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Carlos Checa - Photo Credit: WSBK

Carlos Checa - Photo Credit: WSBK

SBK Superbike World Championship (Round 13: Portimao)

Race Two Result (22 Laps):

Pos Rider Nat Bike Team Time/Gap
1 Carlos Checa SPA Ducati Althea Racing 38:13.293
2 Sylvain Guintoli FRA Ducati Team Effenbert-Liberty Racing +2.860
3 Jonathan Rea GBR Honda Castrol Honda +8.481
4 Max Biaggi ITA Aprilia Aprilia Alitalia Racing Team +11.963
5 Joan Lascorz SPA Kawasaki Kawasaki Racing Team +13.333
6 Marco Melandri ITA Yamaha Yamaha World Superbike Team +18.960
7 Maxime Berger FRA Ducati Supersonic Racing Team +20.489
8 Tom Sykes GBR Kawasaki Kawasaki Racing Team +25.320
9 Leon Haslam GBR BMW BMW Motorrad Motorsport +26.695
10 Jakub Smrz CZE Ducati Team Effenbert-Liberty Racing +26.801
11 Michel Fabrizio ITA Suzuki Team Suzuki Alstare +27.115
12 Leon Camier GBR Aprilia Aprilia Alitalia Racing Team +28.563
13 Ayrton Badovini ITA BMW BMW Motorrad Italia SBK Team +31.765
14 Troy Corser AUS BMW BMW Motorrad Motorsport +31.822
15 Noriyuki Haga JAP Aprilia PATA Racing Team Aprilia +31.866
16 Davide Giugliano ITA Ducati Althea Racing +47.697
17 Mark Aitchison AUS Kawasaki Team Pedercini +47.737
18 Karl Muggeridge AUS Honda Castrol Honda +1:06.213
19 Eugene Laverty IRL Yamaha Yamaha World Superbike Team +2 Laps
20 Santiago Barragan SPA Kawasaki Team Pedercini +3 Laps
21 Josh Waters AUS Suzuki Yoshimura Suzuki Racing Team +4 Laps
Not Classified
Javier Fores SPA BMW BMW Motorrad Italia SBK Team +7 Laps

Lap Leaders: Rea (1-2), Guintoli (3-19), Checa (20-22)

Fastest Lap: Sylvain Guintoli (1:43.453 – Lap 3)

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