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Old 05-11-2015, 01:36 AM   #1
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WSB 2015 Championship standings after Imola

Championship standings after the fifth round at Imola

WSB 2015 Championship standings after Imola




IN THE Championship standings, Jonathan Rea stretches his points advantage after his double race win at Imola.

Four Brit's take up the top four places in the Championship standings, but Isle of Man resident Rea has a lead of 87-points ahead of nearest rival Leon Haslam. Rea's team-mate Tom Sykes is over 100-points adrift.

Voltcom Crescent Suzuki's Alex Lowes is currently in 10th whilst Leon Camier is down in 14th.

The next World Superbike round is in two weeks at Donington Park.

1.Jonathan ReaKawasaki2402.Leon HaslamAprilia1533.Tom SykesKawasaki1284.Chaz DaviesDucati1235.Jordi TorresAprilia996.Sylvain GuintoliHonda767.Michael van der MarkHonda678.Matteo BaioccoDucati669.Leandro MercadoDucati6210.Alex LowesSuzuki5111.Nico TerolDucati4812.Xavi ForesDucati 3813.Ramon RamosKawasaki3414.Leon CamierMV Agusta3315.Ayrton BadoviniBMW
3216.David Salom Kawasaki3017.Davide GiuglianoDucati2918.S. BarragánKawasaki1619.Randy de PunietSuzuki1520.Troy BaylissDucati1521.Michel FabrizioDucati1322.Sylvain BarrierBMW1023.Imre TothBMW524.Christophe PonssonKawasaki525.G. RizmayerBMW326.L. PergamEBR227.Jed MetcherKawasaki228.Niccolo CanepaKawasaki2
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