WSBK race starts, or how to squeeze as many bikes as possible into a small spot
The racing was good, and the backdrops were stunning
Sykes leads the early race 1 Superbike serpent
Kawasaki's fortunes have changed so much that an 8th and a 5th is now regarded as a mediocre weekend
Miller looked like being another Checa double, until the Spaniard lost the front in the restarted second race
That was after winning the first one, though...
Happy faces at BMW. Another race weekend, another win.
It took Melandri a few races, but his second win on the BMW is a sign of more to come
Chaz Davies leads Max Biaggi. The Welshman couldn't quite hold the Roman Emperor off, but Davies' first podium can't be far off
Hiro Aoyama's miserable year in WSBK took another bad turn, when the Japanese rider crashed in race two ...
.... totally writing off his bike and laying oil on the track ....
Which took almost an hour and an army of track workers to get clean
Eugene Laverty, looking good on the Aprilia
He hasn't won much this year, but Max Biaggi leads the championship by 18 points
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WSBK race starts, or how to squeeze as many bikes as possible into a small spot The racing was good, and the backdrops were stunning Sykes leads the early race 1 Superbike serpent