MAX Biaggi extended his lead in the championship standings at Aragon, as Marco Melandri jumped to second following the troubles of Jonathan Rea.The Italian leaves Spain with a comfortable lead of 48 points ahead of Melandri.1. Max Biaggi Aprilia 248
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
A FOURTH and an eighth were enough for Max Biaggi to move to the top of the championship standings after Assen.Despite lacking the pace ahead of the race, the factory Aprilia rider benefitted from Tom Sykes' retirement from the lead in race one
WITH his fourth double of the year at Silverstone Carlos Checa has extended his championship lead of Max Biaggi.1. Carlos Checa Ducati 3432. Max Biaggi Aprilia 2813. Marco Melandri Yamaha 2724. Eugene Laverty Yamaha 2085. Leon Haslam BMW 1586. Leon
1. Carlos Checa Ducati 4172. Marco Melandri Yamaha 3203. Max Biaggi Aprilia 2814. Eugene Laverty Yamaha 2565. Leon Haslam BMW 1876. Leon Camier Aprilia 1717. Sylvain Guintoli Ducati 1588. Noriyuki Haga Aprilia 1559. Ayrton Badovini BMW 14710. Michel Fabrizio Suzuki 14111. Jonatha...
1 Carlos Checa Ducati 2452 Max Biaggi Aprilia 1733 Marco Melandri Yamaha 1504 Eugene Laverty Yamaha 1235 Leon Haslam BMW 1066 Leon Camier Aprilia 1017 Michel Fabrizio Suzuki 958 Jonathan Rea Honda 949 Jakub Smrz Ducati 8310 Sylvain Guintoli Ducati 7211 Ayrton Badovini BMW 7212 No...
A DOUBLE win at Misano earned Max Biaggi a comfortable lead in the championship table, moving clear of second placed Jonathan Rea by 38.5 points.World Superbikes Championship Standings after Round 7, Misano:1. Max Biaggi (Aprilia) 210,52. Jonathan
Taking complete control of the two races at Phillip Island sees Carlos Checa topping the championship standings after the first round.In a long career spanning 500GP, MotoGP and World Superbike, the results of the weekend mark the first time
After two podium finishes at Donington Park Carlos Checa extended his championship lead ahead of pack.With Marco Melandri securing his debut win in the WSB class he was promoted to second in the championship ahead of Leon Haslam in third position
A third and a win were good enough haul for Carlos Checa to continue maintaining his championship on the 2011 World Superbike crown.The biggest movers in the championship table were Max Biaggi stepping up to second from fourth and Jonathan Rea
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