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WSB 2016 Aragon race two results
Ducatis Davies does the double in Spain
WELSHMAN Chaz Davies has done 'the double' at Aragon accompanied once again by the Kawasaki duo of Tom Sykes and reigning World Champion Jonathan Rea.
Aruba.it Racing Ducati rider Davies took another incredible win at MotorLand Aragón in Race 2 crossing the line 6.471s clear of Sykes with Rea taking third.
Spanish rider Xavi Forés took his Barni Racing Team Panigale R into fourth once again, equaling his best career result from the previous race yesterday. Spanish compatriot Jordi Torres achieved his best result of the year, after joining his new team for 2016, crossing the line in fifth ahead of the Ducati of Davide Giugliano.
Giugliano recovered from a small incident on track to hunt down and overtake Honda rider Michael van der Mark putting himself into sixth by the end of the race. Van der Mark, after a difficult Saturday, kept his Honda in the mix in race 2 to grab another haul of points as he crossed the line in seventh after starting from 11th on the grid.
Van der Mark’s team-mate Nicky Hayden dropped down through the order with Yamaha’s Alex Lowes after an incident on track, with the 2006 MotoGP World Champion unfortunately suffering a mechanical issue later in the race and finding himself unable to see the flag.
Yamaha duo Sylvain Guintoli and Alex Lowes, after starting from the front row, finished the race in ninth and tenth respectively after a difficult start and yet again showing that the new YZR-R1 currently does not match the pace of the Ducati's and Kawasaki's over race distance.
MV Agusta’s Leon Camier finished just outside the points with the Italian factory team hoping to get back up the grid when the World Superbike field head to Assen for the next round.
Race two results:
1. Chaz Davies GBR Aruba.it Racing Ducati 18 laps
2. Tom Sykes GBR Kawasaki Racing +6.471
3. Jonathan Rea GBR Kawasaki Racing +9.161
4. Xavi Fores ESP Barni Ducati +11.436
5. Jordi Torres ESP Althea BMW +15.969
6. Davide Giugliano ITA Aruba.it Racing Ducati +18.278
7. Michael van der Mark NED Honda Racing +20.931
8. Alex de Angelis RSM IodaRacing Aprilia +24.790
9. Alex Lowes GBR PATA Crescent Yamaha +25.246
10. Sylvain Guintoli FRA PATA Crescent Yamaha +25.548
11. Lorenzo Savadori ITA IodaRacing Aprilia +27.675
12. Roman Ramos ESP GO Eleven Kawasaki +29.364
13. Josh Brookes AUS Milwaukee BMW +31.749
14. Karel Abraham CZE Milwaukee BMW +34.314
15. Markus Reiterberger GER Althea BMW +34.333
16. Leon Camier GBR MV Agusta RC +34.777
17. Matteo Baiocco ITA VFT Ducati +41.449
18. Matthieu Lussiana FRA Team ASPI BMW +76.542
19. Dominic Schmitter SUI Grillini Kawasaki+82.960
20. Peter Sebesteyen HUN Team Toth Yamaha +85.830
21. Saeed al Sulaiti QAT Pedercini Kawasaki +88.363
22. Imre Toth HUN Team Toth Yamaha +1 lap
DNF. Nicky Hayden USA Honda Racing
DNF. Josh Hook AUS Grillini Kawasaki
DNF. Sylvain Barrier FRA Pedercini Kawasaki
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