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SBK Assen: Race Two Result

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2013 eni Superbike World Championship – Round Three: Assen
Race Two Result (22 Laps)
Pos Rider Bike Team Time/Gap
1  Eugene Laverty Aprilia Aprilia Racing Team 35:36.814
2  Tom Sykes Kawasaki Kawasaki Racing Team +0.089
3  Loris Baz Kawasaki Kawasaki Racing Team +5.848
4  Jonathan Rea Honda PATA Honda World Superbike +5.890
5  Chaz Davies BMW BMW Motorrad GoldBet SBK +7.359
6  Sylvain Guintoli Aprilia Aprilia Racing Team +7.404
7  Leon Camier Suzuki FIXI Crescent Suzuki +21.095
8  Marco Melandri BMW BMW Motorrad GoldBet SBK +27.267
9  Michel Fabrizio Aprilia Red Devils Roma +30.233
10  Carlos Checa Ducati Team Ducati Alstare +32.401
11  Ayrton Badovini Ducati Team Ducati Alstare +39.924
12  Max Neukirchner Ducati MR-Racing +43.904
13  Ivan Clementi BMW HTM Racing +1:00.169
14  Federico Sandi Kawasaki Pedercini Team +1:01.853
15  Mark Aitchison Ducati Team Effenbert Liberty Racing +1:02.664
Not Classified
   Davide Giugliano Aprilia Althea Racing +7 Laps
   Jules Cluzel Suzuki FIXI Crescent Suzuki +17 Laps
   Vittorio Iannuzzo BMW Grillini Dentalmatic SBK +20 Laps
Non Starters
   Alexander Lundh Kawasaki Pedercini Team
   Leon Haslam Honda PATA Honda World Superbike
Lap Leaders: Sykes (1-18), Laverty (19-22)

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