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Old 10-19-2015, 04:11 AM   #1
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WSB 2015 Championship standings after Qatar

The 2015 World Superbike Championship has now finished

WSB 2015 Championship standings after Qatar





THE 2015 World Superbike Championship has ended with newly crowned Jonathan Rea taking the title and Welshman Chaz Davies taking second.

The WSBK runner-up has been decided in the final race of the season as former World Champion Tom Sykes is left to settle for third as Davies takes second.

Aprilia's Leon Haslam and rookie Jordi Torres finish the season in fourth and fifth respectively as former World Champion Sylvain Guintoli finishes sixth just ahead of his PATA Honda team-mate Michael van der Mark.

British rider Alex Lowes finished in tenth for the Voltcom Crescent Suzuki team whilst his French team-mate finished down in 18th.

Testing will start for most team's in the following weeks, but the 2016 World Superbike calendar is still yet to be announced and finalised.

1.

J. REA

KAWASAKI

548

2.

C. DAVIES

DUCATI

416

3.

T. SYKES

KAWASAKI

399

4.

L. HASLAM

APRILIA

332

5.

J. TORRES

APRILIA

247

6.

S. GUINTOLI

HONDA

218

7.

M. VD MARK

HONDA

194

8.

L. MERCADO

DUCATI

142

9.

M. BAIOCCO

DUCATI

139

10.

A. LOWES

SUZUKI

135

11.

D. GIUGLIANO

DUCATI

119

12.

A. BADOVINI

BMW

103

13.

L. CAMIER

MV AGUSTA

89

14.

D. SALOM

KAWASAKI

83

15.

R. RAMOS

KAWASAKI

71

16.

N. CANEPA

DUCATI

55

17.

N. TEROL

DUCATI

54

18.

R. DE PUNIET

SUZUKI

52

19.

X. FORES

DUCATI

47

20.

M. BIAGGI

APRILIA

36

21.

M. PIRRO

DUCATI

35

22.

C. PONSSON

KAWASAKI

18

23.

S. BARRAGÁN

KAWASAKI

17

24.

T. BAYLISS

DUCATI

15

25.

M. FABRIZIO

DUCATI

13

26.

G. VIZZIELLO

KAWASAKI

13

27.

L. SCASSA

DUCATI

10

28.

S. BARRIER

BMW

10

29.

G. RIZMAYER

BMW

9

30.

I. TOTH

BMW

7

31.

M. REITERBERGER

BMW

6

32.

L. PEGRAM

EBR

2

33.

J. METCHER

KAWASAKI

2

34.

A. PHILLIS

KAWASAKI

1




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