SBK Brno – Race One Result

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2012 eni Superbike World Championship

Round 9: Brno (Race One Result: 20 Laps)

Pos Rider Bike Team Time/Gap
1 Marco Melandri BMW BMW Motorrad Motorsport 41:59.808
2 Tom Sykes Kawasaki Kawasaki Racing Team +1.360
3 Loris Baz Kawasaki Kawasaki Racing Team +1.948
4 Carlos Checa Ducati Althea Racing +2.494
5 Eugene Laverty Aprilia Aprilia Racing Team +3.832
6 Max Biaggi Aprilia Aprilia Racing Team +7.139
7 Leon Haslam BMW BMW Motorrad Motorsport +11.293
8 Michel Fabrizio BMW BMW Motorrad Italia GoldBet +11.945
9 Maxime Berger Ducati Team Effenbert Liberty Racing +18.988
10 Jakub Smrz Ducati Liberty Racing Team Effenbert +19.117
11 Chaz Davies Aprilia ParkinGO MTC Racing +22.938
12 Alessandro Polita Ducati Red Devils Roma +1:05.646
13 Norino Brignola BMW Grillini Progea Superbike Team +1:05.733
14 Leon Camier Suzuki Crescent Fixi Suzuki +1:08.248
15 John Hopkins Suzuki Crescent Fixi Suzuki +1:12.120
16 Lorenzo Zanetti Ducati PATA Racing +1:13.057
17 Viktor Kispataki Honda Prop-tech ltd +3 Laps
18 David Salom Kawasaki Team Pedercini +3 Laps
Not Classified
  Jonathan Rea Honda Honda World Superbike Team +2 Laps
  Leandro Mercado Kawasaki Team Pedercini +10 Laps
  Hiroshi Aoyama Honda Honda World Superbike Team +10 Laps
  Davide Giugliano Ducati Althea Racing +16 Laps
  Ayrton Badovini BMW BMW Motorrad Italia GoldBet +20 Laps
Lap Leaders: Sykes (1-2, 7-18), Berger (3-6), Melandri (19-20)


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