2017 World Superbike Championship Standings After Race 16, Laguna Seca, USA

1 Jonathan Rea Kawasaki 341  
2 Tom Sykes Kawasaki 282 -59
3 Chaz Davies Ducati 226 -115
4 Marco Melandri Ducati 189 -152
5 Alex Lowes Yamaha 148 -193
6 Xavi Forés Ducati 132 -209
7 Michael Van Der Mark Yamaha 129 -212
8 Leon Camier MV Agusta 99 -242
9 Jordi Torres BMW 94 -247
10 Eugene Laverty Aprilia 89 -252
11 Román Ramos Kawasaki 73 -268
12 Leandro Mercado Aprilia 66 -275
13 Stefan Bradl Honda 64 -277
14 Lorenzo Savadori Aprilia 63 -278
15 Randy Krummenacher Kawasaki 46 -295
16 Nicky Hayden Honda 40 -301
17 Alex De Angelis Kawasaki 32 -309
18 Raffaele De Rosa BMW 30 -311
19 Leon Haslam Kawasaki 20 -321
20 Markus Reiterberger BMW 19 -322
21 Ayrton Badovini Kawasaki 14 -327
22 Ondrej Jezek Kawasaki 12 -329
23 Riccardo Russo Yamaha 8 -333
24 Jake Dixon Kawasaki 7 -334
25 Joshua Brookes Yamaha 4 -337
26 Julian Simon Aprilia 4 -337
27 Jake Gagne Honda 2 -339
Round Number: 
8
Year: 
2017

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It's, in my humble opinion, impressive to see Leon Caimier and his MV Agusta in 8th position in the standings. The MV is an old design and yet with continuing development (on a limited budget) and some brilliant riding by Leon it shows well against much newer technology. well done!

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Yes Nealio, Leon Camier is impressive. Smart, consistent and fast. Him & the team would do even better, imho, if there was another bike & rider in the the garage. Twice the developement, double the data, more feedback, should mean better bikes & better results for the entire team. I reckon they could come up with some more Lira if they where fair dinkum.

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