World Superbikes – Results and Argentina TV Times

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By Steve Lamb

Production Manager - Still considers himself a novice rider, despite passing his test over twenty years ago. Steve has only ever owned four bikes - a '95 Suzuki GSX600F (which he dropped in the first minute of ownership), an '04 Yamaha FZ6 Fazer and currently a '16 Ducati Scrambler Classic, as well as (very slowly) building a '94 Yamaha SR125 'brat tracker'.

 

Not one, but two world champions were crowned in France, last weekend. Britain's Jonathan Rea took his record-smashing fifth world title, to become the greatest World Superbike rider of all time, while in Supersport 300, Manuel Gonzalez was confirmed as 2019 Champion, taking over from race winner and 2018 champion, Ana Carrasco.

There's still everything to play for in the Supersport series though with only 38 points separating the top three riders, and fifty points on offer over the next two rounds.

In case you missed the action from Magny-Cours, here are the top finishers in each of the weekend's races:

 

World Superbikes – results and Argentina TV Times

 

World Superbike

Race One

Pos

Rider

Bike

Time

1

Toprak Razgatlioglu (TUR)

Kawasaki ZX-10RR

34'37.686

2

Jonathan Rea (GBR)

Kawasaki ZX-10RR

+0.240

3

Tom Sykes (GBR)

BMW S1000 RR

+6.839

4

Loris Baz (FRA)

Yamaha YZF-R1

+8.497

5

Alvaro Bautista (SPA)

Ducati V4R

+9.368

Superpole Race

Pos

Rider

Bike

Time

1

Toprak Razgatlioglu (TUR)

Kawasaki ZX-10RR

16'17.186

2

Jonathan Rea (GBR)

Kawasaki ZX-10RR

+0.319

3

Michael Van Der Mark (NED)

Yamaha YZF-R1

+1.486

4

Chaz Davies (GBR)

Ducati V4R

+2.384

5

Alvaro Bautista (SPA)

Ducati V4R

+4.964

Race Two

Pos

Rider

Bike

Time

1

Jonathan Rea (GBR)

Kawasaki ZX-10RR

34'26.280

2

Michael Van Der Mark (NED)

Yamaha YZF-R1

+0.862

3

Alex Lowes (GBR)

Yamaha YZF-R1

+1.702

4

Chaz Davies (GBR)

Ducati V4R

+4.014

5

Loris Baz (FRA)

Yamaha YZF-R1

+4.989

 

World Supersport

Pos

Rider

Bike

Time

1

Lucas Mahias (FRA)

Kawasaki ZX-6R

20'35.530

2

Isaac Vinales (SPA)

Yamaha YZF-R6

+0.264

3

Ayrton Badovini (ITA)

Kawasaki ZX-6R

+1.050

4

Raffaele De Rosa (ITA)

MV Agusta F3 675

+1.388

5

Hikari Okubo (JPN)

Kawasaki ZX-6R

+2.166

 

World Supersport 300

Pos

Rider

Bike

Time

1

Ana Carrasco (SPA)

Kawasaki Ninja 400

23'02.800

2

Manuel Gonzalez (SPA)

Kawasaki Ninja 400

+0.233

3

Scott Deroue (NED)

Kawasaki Ninja 400

+0.430

4

Andy Verdoia (FRA)

Yamaha YZF-R3

+0.586

5

Galang Hendra Pratama (INA)

Yamaha YZF-R3

+4.130

 

World Superbikes – results and Argentina TV Times

 

So, after twelve of the fourteen rounds, here's how the Championship tables stand: 

WSBK Rider's Championship Table (Top 10)

POS

RIDER

BIKE

PTS

NEXT

LEADER

1

Jonathan Rea (GBR)

Kawasaki

544

-

-

2

Alvaro Bautista (SPA)

Ducati

415

129

129

3

Alex Lowes (GBR)

Yamaha

279

136

265

4

Michael Van Der Mark (NED)

Yamaha

274

5

270

5

Toprak Razgatlioglu (TUR) (1)

Kawasaki

260

14

284

6

Leon Haslam (GBR) (1)

Kawasaki

239

21

305

7

Chaz Davies (GBR)

Ducati

223

16

321

8

Tom Sykes (GBR)

BMW

209

14

335

9

Marco Melandri (ITA)

Yamaha

171

38

373

10

Sandro Cortese (GER)

Yamaha

122

49

422

 

WSSP Rider's Championship Table (Top 10)

POS

RIDER

BIKE

PTS

NEXT

LEADER

1

Randy Krummenacher (SWI)

Yamaha

193

-

-

2

Federico Caricasulo (ITA)

Yamaha

183

10

10

3

Jules Cluzel (FRA)

Yamaha

155

28

38

4

Lucas Mahias (FRA)

Kawasaki

123

32

70

5

Hikari Okubo (JPN)

Kawasaki

93

30

100

6

Raffaele De Rosa (ITA)

Yamaha

82

11

111

7

Thomas Grandinger (AUT) (1)

MV Agusta

78

4

115

8

Corentin Perolari (FRA)

Yamaha

68

10

125

9

Isaac Vinales (SPA)

Yamaha

65

3

128

10

Ayrton Badovini (ITA) (1)

Kawasaki

53

12

140

 

WSSP300 Rider's Championship Table (Top 10)

POS

RIDER

BIKE

PTS

NEXT

LEADER

1

Manuel Gonzales (SPA)

Kawasaki

148

-

-

2

Ana Carrasco (SPA) (1)

Kawasaki

106

42

42

3

Scott Deroue (NED) (1)

Kawasaki

106

0

42

4

Andy Verdoia (FRA)

Yamaha

89

17

59

5

Victor Steeman (NED) (1)

KTM

69

20

79

6

Marc Garcia (SPA) (1)

Kawasaki

68

1

80

7

Jan-Ole Jahnig (GER)

KTM

61

7

87

8

Galang Hendra Pratam (INA) (1)

Yamaha

55

6

93

9

Hugo De Cancellis (FRA) (1)

Yamaha

47

8

101

10

Nick Kalinin (EST)

Kawasaki

47

0

101

 

World Superbikes – results and Argentina TV Times

 

The season continues this weekend at the Motul Argentinean Round at the Circuito San Juan Villicum, San Juan, Argentina, a 4.276KM track, comprising seven right-hand and ten left-hand corners and a 546 metre straight.

TV coverage is split between Eurosport 1 for live action, and Eurosport 2 and free-to-air ITV4 for highlights, as follows: 

Saturday 12th October 2019

LIVE - Qualifying

16:30 – 18:15

Eurosport 2

LIVE - Race 1

19:45 – 21:15

Eurosport 2

Highlights

23:00 – 00:00

Eurosport 2

Sunday 13th October 2019

LIVE - Raceday

16:30 – 21:15

Eurosport 2

Highlights

23:15 – 00:15

Eurosport 2

Tuesday 15th October 2019

Highlights

20:00 – 21:00

ITV 4

 

Photo credits:

www.photopsp.com/FIM/World SBK.com

 

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