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Old 06-22-2015, 03:42 AM   #1
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WSBK 2015 Championship standings after Misano

Jonathan Rea remains at the top of the standings with a 133point lead

WSBK 2015 Championship standings after Misano

KAWASAKI Racing Team's Jonathan Rea remains at the top of the Championship standings with a 133-point lead ahead of team-mate Tom Sykes.

The Kawasaki Racing Team duo dominate the standings whilst Aprilia's Leon Haslam is 16-points behind Sykes. Chaz Davies is creeping up the standings as is now on 213-points with rookie Jordi Torres one place behind in fifth.

Reigning WSBK Champion Sylvain Guintoli is down in 6th, 21-points ahead of Italy's Davide Giugliano. Guintoli's PATA Honda team-mate Michael van der Mark is currently in 8th.

Voltcom Crescent Suzuki's Alex Lowes has dropped to 7th after a 12th place in race one and a DNF in race two.

The next WSBK round takes place in the US at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in 4 weeks time.

1.Jonathan ReaKawasaki3752.Tom SykesKawasaki2423.Leon HaslamAprilia2264.Chaz DaviesDucati2135.Jordi TorresAprilia1406.Sylvain GuintoliHonda1277.Davide GiuglianoDucati1068.Michael van der MarkHonda979.Leandro MercadoDucati9010.Matteo Baiocco Ducati8911.Alex LowesSuzuki8412.Ayrton BadoviniBMW 7713.Nico TerolDucati5414.Ramon RamosKawasaki5115.David SalomKawasaki4316.Leon Camier MV Agusta4317.Xavi ForesDucati3818.Randy de PunietSuzuki2219.Max BiaggiAprilia2020.S. BarragánKawasaki1721.Michele PirroDucati1622.Troy BaylissDucati1523.Michel FabrizioDucati1324.Sylvain BarrierBMW1025.Niccolo CanepaKawasaki726.Christophe PonssonKawasaki727.Imre TothBMW528.M. ReiterbergerBMW329.Greg RizmayerBMW330.L. PegramEBR231.Jed MetcherKawasaki2
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