2017 World Superbike Championship Standings After Race 26, Losail, Qatar

1 Jonathan Rea* Kawasaki 556  
2 Chaz Davies Ducati 403 -153
3 Tom Sykes Kawasaki 373 -183
4 Marco Melandri Ducati 327 -229
5 Alex Lowes Yamaha 242 -314
6 Michael Van Der Mark Yamaha 223 -333
7 Xavi Forés Ducati 196 -360
8 Leon Camier MV Agusta 168 -388
9 Jordi Torres BMW 158 -398
10 Eugene Laverty Aprilia 157 -399
11 Lorenzo Savadori Aprilia 124 -432
12 Román Ramos Kawasaki 118 -438
13 Leandro Mercado Aprilia 115 -441
14 Stefan Bradl Honda 67 -489
15 Raffaele De Rosa BMW 53 -503
16 Randy Krummenacher Kawasaki 50 -506
17 Nicky Hayden Honda 40 -516
18 Sylvain Guintoli Kawasaki 34 -522
19 Alex De Angelis Kawasaki 32 -524
20 Markus Reiterberger BMW 29 -527
21 Ayrton Badovini Kawasaki 26 -530
22 Ondrej Jezek Kawasaki 22 -534
23 Leon Haslam Kawasaki 20 -536
24 Jake Gagne Honda 14 -542
25 Alessandro Andreozzi Yamaha 14 -542
26 Davide Giugliano Honda 13 -543
27 Anthony West Kawasaki 13 -543
28 Riccardo Russo Kawasaki 13 -543
29 Takumi Takahashi Honda 8 -548
30 Jake Dixon Kawasaki 7 -549
31 Jeremy Guarnoni Kawasaki 5 -551
32 Joshua Brookes Yamaha 4 -552
33 Roberto Rolfo Kawasaki 4 -552
34 Julian Simon Aprilia 4 -552

* 2017 World Superbike champion

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The lack of comments is a sad reflection on this championship, isn't it. I hope next year is a bit more interesting.

I've decided not to renew my WSBK video pass based entirely on how boringly predictable this season was.  Too much of the time you can summarize the weekend as, "Rea wins, Davies comes in 2nd (or crashes trying to keep up), Sykes comes in 3rd (or inherits 2nd), Melandri starts poorly then comes from behind to challenge Sykes near the end (and also looks scarily unstable on the straights)."

I’m a Kawasaki rider, Sykes fan and respect the talent of Rea but couldn’t even watch the season past half way.  The manor in which Rea crushed the competition left no excitement for me to watch.  Reminiscent of AMA racing when Matt Maladin was untouchable, before Ben Spies brought him the fight.  I didn’t renew my subscription for next year, I’d rather watch Moto3 along side MotoGP for my limited time for racing entertainment.

Hello all, I have been an avid racing fan of WSBK and MotoGP for 40 years.

When i saw Dave Emmit was pushing the WSBK rues commitee to stop watering down WSBK ,MotoGP ect i immeadiately  bought the 40$ membership. Look at Pre 2012 when the manufactures just made the best Superbike they could , we had 7? manufactures on the grid. Even small factories like Bimota and EBR competed and Aprilia was the best bike on the grid next best was BMW S1000RR. Kawasaki had the fastest riders  and we has good close racing . IMHO the new ARAGON circut(long strait version) was the start of  this mess.Where the  European brands  not only posted higher trap speeds and horsepowerit showed the European brands where MORE DURABLE. Japanese brands where blowing up asthere cases where TOO light.Even at other fat tracks the Japanese brands had catostrophic engine losses.(I think Suzuki factory was out of engine allotment 3/4 of the season .

Japanese DO NOT like being shown up as producing inferior products so they pressured the FIM to slow the bikes down and save face .(BTW I have a Superbike collection. 12 bikes including japanes 1000cc machines (also Kawasaki H2)