MotoGP Race And Practice Results
Race two at Laguna Seca would be started without two riders, and with the red flags brought out the grids for restarts would be further reduced.
Chaz Davies was disappointed not to be able to start race two, being declared until to race having taken a hit to the head in race one. His only complaint was dust in his eyes from the gravel. Aaron Yates also missed out on the start.
The beneficiary of Davies's absence was Davide Giugliano who was promoted to the front row. Unfortunately, this didn't help him as his start was lacklustre. Marco Melandri, on the other hand, got another excellent start, like in the first race, and he propelled himself again to second place behind Tom Sykes. Sylvain Guintoli was third ahead of Eugene Laverty, whose throttle position sensors were fixed between races. Melandri was overtaken by both Guintoli and Laverty as the opening lap progressed, but he was able to claw back third place on the power at the start of the second lap, benefitting from the drive of the Aprilia.
Giugliano, having passed Toni Elias, made the front group a group of five riders, with Elias just out of reach behind him, but over a second from Loris Baz who just couldn't get to grips with Laguna Seca.
On the fifth lap, Sylvain Guintoli made a pass on Tom Sykes, but Sykes used the mid-range power of the Kawasaki to take back his position, putting him offline as they entered the corkscrew. Melandri was able to take the inside line and bravely pass Guintoli for second place behind Sykes, with Laverty and Giugliano behind them being joined by Elias to make a six-bike bunch peeling through the sweeping corners.
On lap eleven, while a gap between third and fourth place slowly developed, Alex Lowes was duelling with Leon Haslam as he could see Jonathan Rea, further ahead, getting away, and he made an overtake born of frustration that put him into the corkscrew too fast to avoid Loris Baz's rear, and he tumbled into the corkscrew, bashing his previously-injured leg hard, ending his weekend and the race. Red flags were brought out to let the ambulance on the track, and everyone went back to the pits to await the restart. Lowes was ok, apart from his leg was swollen; X-rays were negative for fractures.
The restart, seven short laps, put the Aprilias behind Tom Sykes on the front row and once again Marco Melandri got an excellent start. This time, as he was on the front row, he took the lead ahead of Sykes and Sylvain Guintoli, with Jonathan Rea and Toni Elias behind them. Sykes made a few attempts to get a pass to work on Melandri, but nothing worked. On the third lap, the red flags were out again. Sylvain Barrier lost control of his bike coming out of the tricky turn eleven and threw it down the start/finish straight and hit the concrete barrier. The ambulance was brought out and slowly took Barrier to the medical centre.
Another restart, with Melandri leading at the start of the fresh seven-lap dash. Melandri was joined at the front by Tom Sykes and Sylvain Guintoli, with Guintoli making short work of Toni Elias. At the end of the second lap, turn eleven took another victim, but this time it was race leader Marco Melandri. Tom Sykes wasted no time in trying to make a break from Sylvain Guintoli, but Guintoli was equally as determined to make the most of a short race. Guintoli was soon joined by Davide Giugliano who had passed Jonathan Rea and Toni Elias to try for a podium position, and as he tried to match Guintoli's pace, he lost control of his Panigale at the top of the corkscrew and watched with despair as his bike careened across the corkscrew and landed in the middle of the track, after the blind crest.
The entire field, being alerted by good marshalling and a gesticulating Giugliano, missed his stricken bike, polling past it on either side at around 90mph, and Giugliano was able to get back on his discarded Ducati and ride it back to the pits, arriving at the same time as Melandri.
With the track cleared before anyone got close, no red flags were needed, and the race went on. Tom Sykes was able to make quick work of the remaining laps and took another victory ahead of Sylvain Guintoli who maintained his points streak. Jonathan Rea ansi contented an unbroken streak of points this year, getting third in the race and the championship chase.
Further behind, fuelled by the massive attrition rate, EBR got their first World Superbike points with wildcard Larry Pegram finishing in fourteenth place, ahead of Gabor Rizmayer also getting his first world championship point riding as Imre Toth's replacement.
A jubilant Tom Sykes described the race as "carnage", but he heads into the seven week break with a forty-four point lead over Sylvain Guintoli, and will be getting his wrist looked at while there's no racing.
|1||1||T. SYKES||Kawasaki ZX-10R||1'23.464||255,8|
|2||50||S. GUINTOLI||Aprilia RSV4 Factory||1.014||1'23.640||257,0|
|3||65||J. REA||Honda CBR1000RR||2.793||1'23.696||257,0|
|4||58||E. LAVERTY||Suzuki GSX-R1000||3.681||1'23.833||259,5|
|5||24||T. ELIAS||Aprilia RSV4 Factory||4.165||1'24.012||254,0|
|6||76||L. BAZ||Kawasaki ZX-10R||7.160||1'24.320||250,4|
|7||91||L. HASLAM||Honda CBR1000RR||7.331||1'24.510||256,4|
|8||44||D. SALOM||Kawasaki ZX-10R EVO||15.061||1'25.265||245,8|
|9||21||A. ANDREOZZI||Kawasaki ZX-10R EVO||15.674||1'25.454||246,4|
|10||19||L. CAMIER||MV Agusta F4 RR||17.015||1'25.317||248,7|
|11||11||J. GUARNONI||Kawasaki ZX-10R EVO||18.338||1'25.515||241,9|
|12||67||B. STARING||Kawasaki ZX-10R EVO||19.270||1'25.989||242,4|
|13||32||S. MORAIS||Kawasaki ZX-10R EVO||20.040||1'25.521||241,4|
|14||72||L. PEGRAM||EBR 1190 RX||23.845||1'26.649||240,8|
|15||16||G. RIZMAYER||BMW S1000 RR||25.592||1'26.441||240,8|
|16||99||G. MAY||EBR 1190 RX||26.688||1'26.835||241,9|
|17||18||C. ULRICH||Honda CBR1000RR||31.893||1'27.432||241,9|
|RET||34||D. GIUGLIANO||Ducati 1199 Panigale R||5 Laps||1'23.403||256,4|
|RET||33||M. MELANDRI||Aprilia RSV4 Factory||5 Laps||1'51.052||248,7|
|RET||59||N. CANEPA||Ducati 1199 Panigale R EVO||1'23.924||249,8|
|NS||52||S. BARRIER||BMW S1000 RR EVO|
|STH||86||A. BADOVINI||Bimota BB3 EVO||14.560||1'25.235||243,0|
|STH||2||C. IDDON||Bimota BB3 EVO||14.892||1'25.306||244,1|
As the riders relaxed on the grid before the race, Eugene Laverty's Suzuki had the tank off and the throttle bodies on a towel on the tarmac as his engineers hurried to fix a problem. The 21°C Californian sun ensured that anyone who would start would do so on a hot dry track.
Tom Sykes got to the first turn ahead of Sylvain Guintoli while Marco Melandri tried to pass everyone on the outside, slotting in between Guintoli and Chaz Davies and then passing Guintoli, making the most of his exemplary start. As they approached the corkscrew, the plummeting chicane that defines the character of Laguna Seca, Sykes entered the first section too deep, going wide instead of risking a crash, and the Aprilias passed him as he took the Valentino Rossi line across the gravel.
On the second lap, Chaz Davies, in fourth place, crashed out as his suspension unloaded on turn seven, and he took longer than looked healthy to get to his feet, but he was able to leave the area under his own steam, and before the red flags were needed.
Jonathan Rea ran off the track on the sixth lap and put himself back to tenth place from fifth, and Eugene Laverty, having had his bike put back together in time for the start, ran off the track on the next lap, suffering from an inevitable technical problem. He rejoined the track with his hand up, headed to the pit lane and handed the bike back to the mechanics.
Melandri was quicker in the first half of the lap, but Guintoli was able to close the gap in the second half, almost passing on the entrance to turn eleven, the last corner, but Laguna Seca's reputation as a difficult track to overtake on was upheld and for fifteen laps, with Guintoli unable to make a convincing pass, and with ten laps to go, Melandri finally eked out a gap. Guintoli had, at this point, over a second lead over Sykes in third and the race finally started to stretch out.
Marco Melandri added a few tenths of a second to his lead over Sylvain Guintoli and crossed the finish line after a little showboating that reduced his three second lead to under a second. Tom Sykes, complaining of no edge grip, finished five seconds later.
Davide Giugliano in fourth place was joined by Toni Elias, but Giugliano was able to make his Ducati very wide and he kept his position to the finish line, and Jonathan Rea was able to recover from his tenth place to sixth ahead of his teammate Leon Haslam.
The Evo battle was won by David Salom, and the first American at Laguna Seca was Geoff May in 18th.
|1||33||M. MELANDRI||Aprilia RSV4 Factory||1'23.575||251,0|
|2||50||S. GUINTOLI||Aprilia RSV4 Factory||0.905||1'23.559||256,4|
|3||1||T. SYKES||Kawasaki ZX-10R||6.627||1'23.748||258,3|
|4||34||D. GIUGLIANO||Ducati 1199 Panigale R||13.574||1'23.624||254,6|
|5||24||T. ELIAS||Aprilia RSV4 Factory||13.855||1'24.117||252,8|
|6||65||J. REA||Honda CBR1000RR||15.575||1'23.987||257,0|
|7||91||L. HASLAM||Honda CBR1000RR||18.820||1'24.192||255,2|
|8||22||A. LOWES||Suzuki GSX-R1000||20.184||1'24.381||250,4|
|9||76||L. BAZ||Kawasaki ZX-10R||34.479||1'24.535||252,2|
|10||44||D. SALOM||Kawasaki ZX-10R EVO||37.463||1'24.738||247,5|
|11||59||N. CANEPA||Ducati 1199 Panigale R EVO||45.440||1'24.775||251,0|
|12||52||S. BARRIER||BMW S1000 RR EVO||47.538||1'25.027||245,8|
|13||67||B. STARING||Kawasaki ZX-10R EVO||49.750||1'25.419||241,9|
|14||11||J. GUARNONI||Kawasaki ZX-10R EVO||55.420||1'25.678||240,3|
|15||19||L. CAMIER||MV Agusta F4 RR||58.449||1'25.834||246,4|
|16||21||A. ANDREOZZI||Kawasaki ZX-10R EVO||1'08.922||1'25.694||244,1|
|17||16||G. RIZMAYER||BMW S1000 RR||1'17.853||1'26.281||246,4|
|18||99||G. MAY||EBR 1190 RX||1'18.084||1'26.529||243,0|
|19||18||C. ULRICH||Honda CBR1000RR||1 Lap||1'26.925||242,4|
|20||32||S. MORAIS||Kawasaki ZX-10R EVO||3 Laps||1'25.984||242,4|
|RET||72||L. PEGRAM||EBR 1190 RX||3 Laps||1'26.216||243,6|
|RET||56||P. SEBESTYEN||BMW S1000 RR EVO||10 Laps||1'26.444||247,5|
|RET||20||A. YATES||EBR 1190 RX||12 Laps||1'27.281||236,0|
|RET||58||E. LAVERTY||Suzuki GSX-R1000||18 Laps||1'24.042||255,2|
|RET||7||C. DAVIES||Ducati 1199 Panigale R||24 Laps||250,4|
|STH||2||C. IDDON||Bimota BB3 EVO||48.321||1'25.291||248,1|
|STH||86||A. BADOVINI||Bimota BB3 EVO||18 Laps||1'25.545||244,1|
Full Recap and Results Below:
The German MotoGP race at the Sachsenring began in farcical fashion after a heavy downpour at the conclusion of the Moto2 race made the start of the main race a complete lottery. Stefan Bradl, Hiroshi Aoyama and Karel Abraham were the only riders to start on slicks, as in unprecedented scenes two thirds of the field had to start the race from pit lane as they scrambled to swap bikes after the warm up lap. From there the race outcome was altogether more predictable as Marc Marquez went on to claim his ninth consecutive victory and his fifth consecutive win at the German track.
After a rowdy, elbow banging start from the pit lane it was Marquez and Pedrosa who scythed their way past the slower riders with greatest efficiency, they eventually hauled in Stefan Bradl who had managed to build a decent lead, but struggled for grip as his bike setup was something of a compromise between wet and dry. Marquez pulled the pin with ten laps remaining and managed to build and control a comfortable gap to Pedrosa over the closing stages and extend his already ominous Championship lead. Jorge Lorenzo took a lonely third place 10 seconds behind Pedrosa and a further 10 seconds ahead of his team mate Valentino Rossi.
Andrea Iannone did a solid job to take an encouraging fifth position while Aleix and Pol Espargaro crossed the line in sixth and seventh places respectively. Andrea Dovizioso held off a hard charging Alvaro Bautista while Cal Crutchlow had to settle for 10th after running ahead of his team mate Dovizioso in the closing stages of the race. The Briton is yet to finish ahead of Dovizioso this season and will be keen to recharge and regroup over the summer break ahead.
To cap off a very challenging weekend Bradley Smith suffered his fifth crash in total on lap three, however he was able to rejoin the race and finish in 19th position.
|6||10||41||Aleix ESPARGARO||Forward Yamaha||27.809|
|20||5||Colin EDWARDS||Forward Yamaha||+1'04.083|
|22||63||Mike DI MEGLIO||Avintia||+1'19.975|
|70||Michael LAVERTY||PBM||13 Laps|
Full Recap and Results Below:
After taking his first ever pole position the day before Dominique Aegerter has followed up and claimed his first ever Moto2 victory during the German Grand Prix at Sachsenring. The Swiss rider was latched onto the rear wheel of Marc VDS rider Mika Kallio for the majority of the race as the two gapped the field with ease from the opening laps. Aegerter however took the lead with four laps remaining and tried to push ahead only for Kallio to fight back on the penultimate lap. Aegerter had the last laugh however, making a brave move at the bottom of the 'waterfall' under heavy braking and then managed to hold the Finnish veteran off across the line. Underlining his desperation Aegerter managed to set his fastest lap time of the race on the decisive final lap.
Simone Corsi made up for his crash in Assen last time out and took the final podium position some 10 seconds behind the leaders after managing to slide past Tito Rabat at the final corner. The Roman rider was a thorn in the Championship leaders side throughout the race and Rabat's frustrating fourth place finish sees his Championship lead cut to 19 points from his team mate Kallio. Maverick Vinales put in a fine ride to cross the line in fifth place ahead of fellow impressive rookie rider Franco Morbidelli who diced spiritedly with Rabat and Corsi in the early stages.
Randy Krummenacher and Mattia Pasini claimed seventh and eight places respectively while Tom Luthi made it three Swiss riders in the top nine. Belgian rider Xavier Simeon rounded out the top 10 but would be disappointed after claiming pole position and a podium at the Sachsenring last year. Jordi Torres who claimed his maiden victory in the same race last year crashed out of third place early on with a vicious high side at turn eight while Lorenzo Baldassari crashed out of eighth place on lap five.
|11||5||88||Ricard CARDUS||Tech 3||26.666|
|12||4||23||Marcel SCHROTTER||Tech 3||33.044|
|17||5||95||Anthony WEST||Speed Up||39.972|
|20||70||22||Sam LOWES||Speed Up||46.032|
|23||9||97||Roman RAMOS||Speed Up||+1'03.277|
|26||10||Thitipong WAROKORN||Kalex||1 Lap|
|27||33||Nina PRINZ||Speed Up||1 Lap|
|28||25||Azlan SHAH||Kalex||2 Laps|
|15||Alex DE ANGELIS||Suter||7 Laps|
|11||Sandro CORTESE||Kalex||7 Laps|
|5||Johann ZARCO||Caterham Suter||15 Laps|
|2||Josh HERRIN||Caterham Suter||17 Laps|
|94||Jonas FOLGER||Kalex||21 Laps|
|7||Lorenzo BALDASSARRI||Suter||23 Laps|
|81||Jordi TORRES||Suter||25 Laps|
Full Recap and Results Below:
Under brilliant sunshine and perfect racing conditions Jack Miller has taken his fourth victory of the season during an incident packed race for the German Grand Prix at the Sachsenring. Championship leader Miller lead every lap from pole to take a decisive victory as he saw his title rivals Romano Fenati and Alex Rins crash out. Brad Binder rode a brilliant race and pushed Miller all the way to claim his first ever podium position, a well deserved result for the South African teenager. Frenchman Alexis Masbou rode a typically canny race to take the final podium place and edge out Alex Marquez and Danny Kent who claimed a morale boosting fifth.
Efren Vazquez crossed the line over 20 seconds behind the leaders but did well to avoid the chaos unfolding around him and finish in sixth after starting way down the order, he beat his team mate John McPhee to the line while Isaac Vinales put in a brave ride for eighth place after suffering with severe flu all weekend. Matteo Ferrari and Juanfran Guevara rounded out the top ten at the tail of a fierce battle that spanned back as far as eighteenth place midway through the race.
Alex Rins crashed at turn two on the opening lap after Gabriel Rodrigo had initially crashed at turn one. Enea Bastianini also crashed at the end of the opening lap as Bryan Shouten and Scott Deroue came together a lap later, the countrymen almost came to blows in the gravel trap. Championship challenger Romano Fenati then crashed on lap three as he was trying to charge his way through the field from 25th on the grid. In a race that saw no less than eleven riders retire Karel Hanika and Miguel Oliveira crashed out of the race with seven laps remaining while battling for sixth place and Niccolo Antonelli had yet another crash with three laps remaining, squandering a chance to score some decent points in seventh.
Ultimately though Jack Miller extends his Championship lead to 19 points over Alex Marquez and did everything right throughout the race. The Australian kept his nose clean and reasserted his early season dominance over the junior class heading into the mid season break.
|10||6||58||Juanfran GUEVARA||Kalex KTM||26.735|
|12||4||65||Philipp OETTL||Kalex KTM||27.009|
|19||8||43||Luca GRÜNWALD||Kalex KTM||56.787|
|20||70||22||Ana CARRASCO||Kalex KTM||57.149|
|22||23||91||Gabriel RODRIGO||Husqvarna||1 Lap|
|23||9||86||Kevin HANUS||Honda||1 Lap|
|23||Niccolò ANTONELLI||KTM||3 Laps|
|44||Miguel OLIVEIRA||Mahindra||8 Laps|
|98||Karel HANIKA||KTM||8 Laps|
|55||Andrea LOCATELLI||Mahindra||12 Laps|
|11||Livio LOI||KTM||14 Laps|
|4||Gabriel RAMOS||Kalex KTM||15 Laps|
|5||Romano FENATI||KTM||24 Laps|
|63||Zulfahmi KHAIRUDDIN||Honda||24 Laps|
|9||Scott DEROUE||Kalex KTM||26 Laps|
|51||Bryan SCHOUTEN||Mahindra||26 Laps|
|42||Alex RINS||Honda||0 Lap|
|6||41||Aleix ESPARGARO||Forward Yamaha||1'22.408||0.351||0.062|
|17||5||Colin EDWARDS||Forward Yamaha||1'23.308||1.251||0.070|
|21||63||Mike DI MEGLIO||Avintia||1'23.939||1.882||0.081|
|3||5||Johann ZARCO||Caterham Suter||1'25.241||0.227||0.216|
|14||23||Marcel SCHROTTER||Tech 3||1'25.676||0.662||0.002|
|17||88||Ricard CARDUS||Tech 3||1'25.768||0.754||0.068|
|19||15||Alex DE ANGELIS||Suter||1'25.817||0.803||0.044|
|22||22||Sam LOWES||Speed Up||1'26.010||0.996||0.027|
|23||95||Anthony WEST||Speed Up||1'26.120||1.106||0.110|
|29||97||Roman RAMOS||Speed Up||1'26.688||1.674||0.030|
|30||2||Josh HERRIN||Caterham Suter||1'26.786||1.772||0.098|
|35||33||Nina PRINZ||Speed Up||1'28.775||3.761||0.598|
|8||58||Juanfran GUEVARA||Kalex KTM||1'27.808||0.507||0.029|
|15||43||Luca GRÜNWALD||Kalex KTM||1'28.139||0.838||0.079|
|19||65||Philipp OETTL||Kalex KTM||1'28.463||1.162||0.201|
|28||22||Ana CARRASCO||Kalex KTM||1'29.072||1.771||0.102|
|30||9||Scott DEROUE||Kalex KTM||1'29.179||1.878||0.019|
|35||4||Gabriel RAMOS||Kalex KTM||1'30.575||3.274||0.420|
Qualifying at Laguna Seca was in unsurprisingly glorious Californian weather, with the dry lake bowl providing the usual entertainment, in spite of there being no long straights on the short, but exceedingly popular, track. With the Corkscrew getting the column inches, the last turn, the first gear turn 11, is the one that catches most people out, and it caught a rider out in Superpole Two.
Tom Sykes once again demonstrated that there is nobody better with a rear qualifier on, setting a new lap record and leading the field by over half a second. On a track where it was thought the Aprilias and Ducatis would do best, Sykes reminded everyone that he's the man in charge of the title, and heading into the summer break with an increased lead could be a title decider.
A man with fewer wins but intense consistency, one of only two men to have scored points in each race, Sylvain Guintoli starts from the front row on the fast Aprilia, between Sykes and Chaz Davies. As the track is one that's difficult to pass on, a front row start is what Guintoli needs to maintain pressure on Sykes, and with Loris Baz and Jonathan Rea starting from the third and fourth row respectively, he could increase the gap behind him, as long as he takes the risks he has done in every race he's challenged for the win in.
Chaz Davies is on the front row for the second race in a row, but this time it's on a track that has traditionally suited the Ducati's design philosophy and one where Davies has had great results in the past. He has had good qualifying pace on race tyres, so once again, hope rises for the Panigale's first victory. The lack of outright speed required to do well here, plus the corner speed that is required, Davies in third and Davide Giugliano in fourth could easily be battling for podiums.
Marco Melandri, having buried the hatchet with Sylvain Guintoli, is, for all practical intents, out of the title chase. While he might not be done winning, he is too many points behind to make a late charge, and adapting to the Aprilia has been tougher than he'd like to admit, especially on the qualifying tyre, which has put him at a constant handicap on tracks where overtaking isn't as easy. Still, he is one of the better starters in Superbike racing, and he has decent settings for a race tyre.
Melandri's old Yamaha teammate Eugene Laverty starts from sixth place but he's been struggling with a full bike at the beginning of races. If he loses touch with the leading pack at the start, his chances are gone on this track. No matter how quick you are, if the rider in front can make their bike wide, there are very few safe passing places if you don't have a proper quick bike.
In seventh place, another rider who knows what it's like riding a slow bike, Leon Haslam has out qualified Jonathan Rea on the Honda. Rea was the victim of a turn eleven crash, dropping him to tenth, three places behind Haslam. Between them are Loris Baz and Toni Elias.
Fabien Foret will not appear on the grid as neither he nor his team didn't bother to fly to the US, but the grid was filled back out by an additional EBR that qualified as well as the EBRs usually do. Leon Camier also returns to the grid, this time replacing Claudio Corti on the MV Agusta, a bike whose stunning aesthetics are vastly improved since being dropped by Yakhnich.
Laguna Seca has always given us entertaining racing, but for once, we are lacking Americans that can stir things up, with no wild cards from the struggling AMA series, reduced to just seven races this year, able to compete due to tyre differences. You can't race in the Pirelli-shod series wearing Dunlops.
Correction: There are indeed two AMA racers who have swapped AMA Pro Superbike duties for the World Superbike. Larry Pegram, who qualified in 23rd place, and Chris Ulrich, who qualified in 26th.
Unlike the usual schedule, with limited pit space causing the absence of World Supersport and requiring all manner of logistical shifts, all three timed qualifying sessions took place on the Friday, with the entries to Superpole decided yesterday.
Loris Baz opened up the session with a 1'24.325, leaving Sylvain Barrier who was hoping for a tow, in his wake. He improved that to a 1'24.038 and, on his third lap, ran wide and dropped his bike into the sandbox at turn six. Baz limped his bike back to the pits and he waited to see if his eight tenths lead would last the remaining eight minutes and if the team could get his bike cleaned up for the second session he hoped to take part in.
With the qualifying tyres coming out, Baz's lead didn't last long, and he had to take his rapidly checked and cleaned bike back out as he saw Niccolò Canepa and Sylvain Barrier knock him out of contention. His first lap on the qualifier, he regained his top spot and on his second lap, he solidified it with a 1'23.471 and would be joined in the second session with Niccolò Canepa.
Sylvain Guintoli set the pace in the second session, with a 1'23.233 and four other riders within a tenth of a second. At the halfway mark, everyone pulled into the pits and put a qualifying tyre on.
Davide Giugliano was the first to put in a lap with the faster rubber on, and a 1'22.422 set the outright lap record and held it for about a minute until Sylvain Guintoli took it off him.
However, it fell to Tom Sykes to really shift the goalposts. A smooth and controlled lap on a qualifying tyre put him in pole position by over half a second with a 1'21.811, firing a shot across everyone's bows.
Tom Sykes was joined on the front row by Sylvain Guintoli and, for the second weekend in a row, Chaz Davies.
"The ninja got a bit fruity on me down the corkscrew." Tom Sykes on his record-breaking lap.
|1||1||T. SYKES||Kawasaki ZX-10R||1'21.811||254,0|
|2||50||S. GUINTOLI||Aprilia RSV4 Factory||1'22.339||0.528||255,8|
|3||7||C. DAVIES||Ducati 1199 Panigale R||1'22.384||0.573||250,4|
|4||34||D. GIUGLIANO||Ducati 1199 Panigale R||1'22.422||0.611||249,8|
|5||33||M. MELANDRI||Aprilia RSV4 Factory||1'22.704||0.893||252,2|
|6||58||E. LAVERTY||Suzuki GSX-R1000||1'22.725||0.914||254,0|
|7||91||L. HASLAM||Honda CBR1000RR||1'23.181||1.370||253,4|
|8||76||L. BAZ||Kawasaki ZX-10R||1'23.242||1.431||248,7|
|9||24||T. ELIAS||Aprilia RSV4 Factory||1'23.358||1.547||251,0|
|10||65||J. REA||Honda CBR1000RR||1'23.501||1.690||255,8|
|11||22||A. LOWES||Suzuki GSX-R1000||1'23.562||1.751||249,2|
|12||59||N. CANEPA||Ducati 1199 Panigale R EVO||1'23.924||2.113||249,8|
|1||76||L. BAZ||Kawasaki ZX-10R||1'23.471||247,5|
|2||59||N. CANEPA||Ducati 1199 Panigale R EVO||1'23.566||0.095||247,5|
|3||52||S. BARRIER||BMW S1000 RR EVO||1'23.840||0.369||243,6|
|4||2||C. IDDON||Bimota BB3 EVO||1'24.024||0.553||243,6|
|5||44||D. SALOM||Kawasaki ZX-10R EVO||1'24.227||0.756||246,4|
|6||86||A. BADOVINI||Bimota BB3 EVO||1'24.301||0.830||245,8|
|7||67||B. STARING||Kawasaki ZX-10R EVO||1'24.986||1.515||240,3|
|8||32||S. MORAIS||Kawasaki ZX-10R EVO||1'25.021||1.550||240,8|
|9||19||L. CAMIER||MV Agusta F4 RR||1'25.157||1.686||245,8|
|10||21||A. ANDREOZZI||Kawasaki ZX-10R EVO||1'25.383||1.912||241,9|