2013 Monza World Superbike FP2 Results: Laverty On The Pace

Eugene Laverty led Marco Melandri and Tom Sykes, all within a quarter of a second. Sylvain Guintoli was once again the fastest bike through the speed trap, at 337.1kmh, while Leon Camier ensured there were four different manufacturers of motorcycle in the top five.

For race-pace, Laverty, Sykes and Guintoli registered the most 1'42 laps, with Laverty stringing together a decent run at the end of the session.

Results:

Monza - FIM Superbike World Championship - Free Practice

1. Eugene Laverty (Aprilia Racing Team) Aprilia RSV4 Factory 1'42.375
2. Marco Melandri (BMW Motorrad GoldBet SBK) BMW S1000 RR 1'42.537
3. Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team) Kawasaki ZX-10R 1'42.628
4. Sylvain Guintoli (Aprilia Racing Team) Aprilia RSV4 Factory 1'42.682
5. Leon Camier (Fixi Crescent Suzuki) Suzuki GSX-R1000 1'42.715
6. Loris Baz (Kawasaki Racing Team) Kawasaki ZX-10R 1'43.188
7. Davide Giugliano (Althea Racing) Aprilia RSV4 Factory 1'43.322
8. Chaz Davies (BMW Motorrad GoldBet SBK) BMW S1000 RR 1'43.322
9. Jonathan Rea (Pata Honda World Superbike) Honda CBR1000RR 1'43.410
10. Michel Fabrizio (Red Devils Roma) Aprilia RSV4 Factory 1'43.517
11. Jules Cluzel (Fixi Crescent Suzuki) Suzuki GSX-R1000 1'44.286
12. Ayrton Badovini (Team Ducati Alstare) Ducati 1199 Panigale R 1'44.411
13. Max Neukirchner (MR-Racing) Ducati 1199 Panigale R 1'44.668
14. Federico Sandi (Team Pedercini) Kawasaki ZX-10R 1'45.666
15. Fabrizio Lai (Team Pedercini) Kawasaki ZX-10R 1'45.668
16. Mark Aitchison (Team Effenbert Liberty Racing) Ducati 1098R 1'46.125
17. Vittorio Iannuzzo (Grillini Dentalmatic SBK) BMW S1000 RR 1'46.207

Round Number: 
4
2013
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Comments

Would be cool to see all the top speeds. That 337 km/h is very impressive, and yet still not the superbike record there... (339 something by Biaggi, right?)
That is MotoGP territory, brilliant! (Last weekend at Jerez Espargaro's Aprilia RSV4-in-a-different-frame wasn't exactly slow either, keeping up with the full-blown MotoGP Yamaha's and Ducati's...)

Looking forward to the races, it's almost always a thriller at Monza!