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Old 08-02-2015, 12:41 PM   #1
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WSB 2015 Championship standings after Sepang

Chaz Davies demotes Tom Sykes to third in the Championship standings

WSB 2015 Championship standings after Sepang




CHAZ Davies is now up to second in the Championship standings, 13-points ahead of Tom Sykes, but a huge 144-points behind Jonathan Rea.

Rea continues to lead the Championship by a large margin of 144-points after a race one win and a second place in race two at Sepang.

Rookie Jordi Torres is currently fifth in the Championship standings in his rookie year whilst reigning World Champion Sylvain Guintoli is sixth on the PATA Honda.

Voltcom Crescent Suzuki's Alex Lowes is up to 9th with his team-mate Randy de Puniet in 17th.

The next World Superbike round takes place at Jerez on 20th September after the summer break.

1.

Jonathan Rea

Kawasaki

452

2.

Chaz Davies

Ducati

308

3.

Tom Sykes

Kawasaki

295

4.

Leon Haslam

Aprilia

259

5.

Jordi Torres

Aprilia

186

6.

Sylvain Guintoli

Honda

162

7.

Michael van der Mark

Honda

125

8.

Davide Giugliano

Ducati

119

9.

Alex Lowes

Suzuki

112

10.

Matteo Baoicco

Ducati

107

11.

Leandro Mercado

Ducati

106

12.

Ayrton Badovini

BMW

87

13.

Ramon Ramos

Kawasaki

67

14.

Leon Camier

MV Agusta

62

15.

David Salom

Kawasaki

57

16.

Nico Terol

Ducati

54

17.

Randy de Puniet

Suzuki

39

18.

Xavier Fores

Ducati

38

19.

Max Biaggi

Aprilia

36

20.

Niccolo Canepa

Ducati

27

21.

S. Barragán

Kawasaki

17

22.

Michele Pirro

Ducati

16

23.

Troy Bayliss

Ducati

15

24.

Michel Fabrizio

Ducati

13

25.

Sylvain Barrier

BMW

10

26.

Christophe Ponsson

Kawasaki

10

27.

Imre Toth

BMW

5

28.

M. Reiterberger

BMW

3

29.

Greg Rizmayer

BMW

3

30.

G. Vizziello

Kawasaki

3

31.

L. Pegram

EBR

2

32.Jed MetcherKawasaki2
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