Davies dominates Aragon race 2 to win for Ducati

Davies Aragon Ducati Fassi official WSBK sponsor The second 18-lap race at MotorLand Aragon, run in much warmer conditions, was won by Briton Chaz Davies (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati Superbike Team), after a dominating performance. The Welshman led from turn one to build up a comfortable lead courtesy of a stellar race pace, eventually taking the flag for his fifth career win by 3.1 seconds. Davies last won a WorldSBK race at the Nürburgring in Germany in 2013, but his victory in Spain not only ended Ducati’s 58-race winning drought but also marked the first win for the Panigale R machine in the series.

Race 1 winner Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team), suffering from a fever, battled hard throughout the whole race with former team mate Leon Haslam (Aprilia Racing Team – Red Devils), who looked much more at home in race 2 than he did in the earlier encounter. Second position would eventually go to Rea, thus extending his championship lead to 26 points, with Haslam taking the final place on the rostrum as the pair were split by just 0.5s at the chequered flag.

Jordi Torres (Aprilia Racing Team – Red Devils) took a well-earned fourth position, circulating more or less alone for the latter part of the race, the rookie looking pleased on his return to the pit box. Xavi Fores claimed another solid result on his debut weekend with the Aruba.it Ducati Superbike Team in fifth.

David Salom (Team Pedercini Kawasaki) completed the top-6 after overhauling Leandro Mercado (Barni Racing Ducati), Michael van Der Mark (Pata Honda World Superbike Team), Ayrton Badovini (BMW Motorrad Italia) and Nico Terol (Althea Racing Ducati) in the final two laps.

Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team) was running fourth and looked comfortable before high-siding spectacularly on lap five. Reigning champion Sylvain Guintoli (Pata Honda World Superbike Team) also fell at the fast turn 14 which ends the lap, the Frenchman was able to walk away.

Alex Lowes (Voltcom Crescent Suzuki) had another race to forget, the young English rider running off track in the early stages before recovering to salvage two points with a 14th place finish at the flag.

Aragon, 10-11-12 April 2015, Superbike - Results race 2

01 - 7 - C. DAVIES - GBR - Aruba.it Racing-Ducati SBK Team - Ducati Panigale
02 - 65 - J. REA - GBR - Kawasaki Racing Team - Kawasaki
03 - 91 - L. HASLAM - GBR - Aprilia Racing Team - Red Devils Aprilia
04 - 81 - J. TORRES - ESP - Aprilia Racing Team - Red Devils Aprilia
05 - 112 - X. FORES - ESP - Aruba.it Racing-Ducati SBK Team - Ducati Panigale
06 - 44 - D. SALOM - ESP - Team Pedercini - Kawasaki
07 - 36 - L. MERCADO - ARG - BARNI Racing Team - Ducati Panigale
08 - 60 - M. VD MARK - NED - PATA Honda World Superbike Team - Honda CBR1000RR
09 - 86 - A. BADOVINI - ITA - BMW Motorrad Italia SBK Team - BMW
10 - 18 - N. TEROL - ESP - Althea Racing - Ducati Panigale

Superbike - Drivers' standings

01 - REA - Points 140
02 - HASLAM - Points 114
03 - DAVIES - Points 83
04 - SYKES - Points 66
05 - TORRES - Points 63
06 - GUINTOLI - Points 48
07 - TEROL - Points 41
08 - BAIOCCO - Points 39
09 - MERCADO - Points 38
10 - LOWES - Points 34

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