WSB 2011: Championship standings after Round 4

Full championship standings after the fourth round of the World Superbike championship at Monza

Posted: 9 May 2011
by Visordown News

DUCATI and Carlos Checa maintained the top positions of the championship standings despite the Spaniard taking his worst finishes of the season at Monza.

Marco Melandri moved up a spot to second after two podiums places at the Italian track as Max Biaggi suffered a penalty in the second race for cutting a corner whilst in the lead, putting the Aprilia rider behind Melandri in the standings. With his first WSB double Eugene Laverty jumped up the championship table from ninth to now round out the top five.

1. Carlos Checa Althea Ducati 145
2. Marco Melandri Yamaha SBK 118
3. Max Biaggi Aprilia Alitalia 117
4. Jonathan Rea Castrol Honda 89
5. Eugene Laverty Yamaha SBK 85
6. Leon Haslam BMW Motorrad 84
7. Michel Fabrizio Suzuki Alstare 74
8. Leon Camier Aprilia Alitalia 58
9. Jakub Smrz Effenbert-Liberty Ducati 55
10. Noriyuki Haga PATA Aprilia 47
11. Troy Corser BMW Motorrad 46
12. Ayrton Badovini BMW Italia 35
13. Tom Sykes Kawasaki RTS 34
14. Joan Lascorz Kawasaki Racing 33
15. Ruben Xaus Castrol Honda 31
16. Sylvain Guintoli Effenbert-Liberty Ducati 29
17. Roberto Rolfo Pedercini Kawasaki 15
18. Mark Aitchison Pedercini Kawasaki 9
19. Maxime Berger Supersonic Ducati 5
20. Barry Veneman BMW Italia 3
21. Josh Waters Yoshimura Suzuki 3
22. James Toseland BMW Italia 2
23. Bryan Staring Pedercini Kawasaki 1
24. Fabrizio Lai Echo CRS Honda 1

Manufacturer standings

1. Ducati 152
2. Yamaha 147
3. Aprilia 139
4. BMW 101
5. Honda 93
6. Suzuki 74
7. Kawasaki 53



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