Last lap Sepang win for Rea in race 1 and Davies wins Malaysian WorldSBK race 2 after last corner move

Fassi sponsor Sepang Superbike WorldSBK race is action packed from the start as Biaggi crashes out at turn 1. - Race 2 of the Pirelli Malaysian Round of this year’s eni FIM Superbike World Championship was won by Chaz Davies (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati SBK Team) after a turn one incident saw Max Biaggi (Aprilia Racing Team) crash out of contention with Tom Sykes and Alex Lowes having to take avoiding action. While Biaggi retired Sykes and Lowes continued with the former champion crashing at Turn 9 with ten laps to go which ended his championship ambitions for 2015. Lowes eventually recovered to 8th.

Unlike the opening race of the day it was Aruba.it Racing – Ducati SBK Team rider Chaz Davies that attempted to make the break with champion elect Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team) giving chase. The British rider maintaining his pace until the end to secure his 3rd victory in four races and with it move into 2nd overall in the championship standing after he and Rea touched at the final corner.

Jordi Torres (Aprilia Racing Team – Red Devils) obviously worked hard during the day’s two races, the Spanish WorldSBK rookie able to lap consistently in the 2.06s bracket for the duration of race 2 to claim his second podium finish of the season.

Sylvain Guintoli (Pata Honda) scored another 4th position, his best weekend of the season ahead of team mate Michael van der Mark who made up for his race one retirement with a fine 5th.

Leon Haslam was 6th on his Aprilia Racing – Red Devils machine, finishing a tenth behind the Dutchman.

David Salom (Team Pedercini), Alex Lowes, Matteo Baiocco (Althea Racing) and Roman Ramos (Team Go Eleven) were 7th to 10th respectively with Niccolo Canepa (Althea Racing), Leon Camier (MV Agusta Reparto Corse), Randy de Puniet (Voltcom Crescent Suzuki), Tom Sykes and Leandro Mercado (Barni Racing) completing the points finishers.

Sepang, 2nd August 2015, Superbike - Results Race 1
1 - 65 J. REA GBR Kawasaki Racing Team Kawasaki ZX-10R
2 - 7 C. DAVIES GBR Aruba.it Racing-Ducati SBK Team Ducati Panigale R
3 - 3 M. BIAGGI ITA Aprilia Racing Team Aprilia RSV4 RF
4 - 1 S. GUINTOLI FRA PATA Honda World Superbike Team Honda CBR1000RR SP
5 - 66 T. SYKES GBR Kawasaki Racing Team Kawasaki ZX-10R
6 - 22 A. LOWES GBR VOLTCOM Crescent Suzuki Suzuki GSX-R1000
7 - 91 L. HASLAM GBR Aprilia Racing Team - Red Devils Aprilia RSV4 RF
8 - 15 M. BAIOCCO ITA Althea Racing Ducati Panigale R 16
9 - 59 N. CANEPA ITA Althea Racing Ducati Panigale R 16
10 - 81 J. TORRES ESP Aprilia Racing Team - Red Devils Aprilia RSV4 RF

Sepang, 2nd August 2015, Superbike - Results Race 2
1 - 7 C. DAVIES GBR Aruba.it Racing-Ducati SBK Team Ducati Panigale R
2 - 65 J. REA GBR Kawasaki Racing Team Kawasaki ZX-10R
3 - 81 J. TORRES ESP Aprilia Racing Team - Red Devils Aprilia RSV4 RF
4 - 1 S. GUINTOLI FRA PATA Honda World Superbike Team Honda CBR1000RR SP
5 - 60 M. VD MARK NED PATA Honda World Superbike Team Honda CBR1000RR SP
6 - 91 L. HASLAM GBR Aprilia Racing Team - Red Devils Aprilia RSV4 RF
7 - 44 D. SALOM ESP Team Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R
8 - 22 A. LOWES GBR VOLTCOM Crescent Suzuki Suzuki GSX-R1000
9 - 15 M. BAIOCCO ITA Althea Racing Ducati Panigale R
10 - 40 R. RAMOS ESP Team Go Eleven Kawasaki ZX-10R


Superbike - Drivers' standings (9 of 13 rounds completed)
1. J. REA - KAWASAKI        452
2. C. DAVIES - DUCATI       308
3. T. SYKES - KAWASAKI    295
4. L. HASLAM - APRILIA      259
5. J. TORRES - APRILIA      186
6. S. GUINTOLI - HONDA    162
7. M. VD MARK - HONDA    125
8. D. GIUGLIANO - DUCATI 119
9. A. LOWES - SUZUKI       112
10. M. BAIOCCO - DUCATI  107

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