2018 World Superbike Standings After Race 20, Portimao, Portugal

1 Jonathan Rea Kawasaki 420  
2 Chaz Davies Ducati 304 -116
3 Michael Van Der Mark Yamaha 284 -136
4 Tom Sykes Kawasaki 240 -180
5 Marco Melandri Ducati 229 -191
6 Alex Lowes Yamaha 204 -216
7 Xavi Fores Ducati 170 -250
8 Eugene Laverty Aprilia 122 -298
9 Toprak Razgatlioglu Kawasaki 108 -312
10 Loris Baz BMW 103 -317
11 Lorenzo Savadori Aprilia 102 -318
12 Jordi Torres MV Agusta 92 -328
13 Leon Camier Honda 90 -330
14 Michael Ruben Rinaldi Ducati 74 -346
15 Leandro Mercado Kawasaki 59 -361
16 Román Ramos Kawasaki 55 -365
17 Jake Gagne Honda 48 -372
18 Yonny Hernandez Kawasaki 28 -392
19 PJ Jacobsen Honda 21 -399
20 Leon Haslam Kawasaki 14 -406
21 Davide Giugliano Aprilia 11 -409
22 Niccolò Canepa Yamaha 7 -413
23 Karel Hanika Yamaha 5 -415
24 Bradley Ray Suzuki 3 -417
25 Luke Mossey Kawasaki 2 -418
26 Ondrej Jezek Yamaha 2 -418
27 Alessandro Andreozzi Yamaha 1 -419
Round Number: 
10
Year: 
2018

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I hope that Ducati get a win before the end of the season as it may be the last win by a vee twin in SBK. Vee twins have been big (and sometime controversial) part of SBK for most of the life of the series with mainstay Ducati winning many championships, Honda also with Edwards and Aprilia winning races.

With Ducati moving to the vee four next year Davies's win in the second race at Aragon could be the vee twin swan song unless they can win again this season.

Total votes: 8

Good point. Did a track day Sunday on my ancient Honda RC-51 and was thinking the same thing. Would be nice to see a competitive Honda V4 superbike soon to match the Panigale also.

Total votes: 4