2018 World Superbike Championship Standings After Race 6, Motorland Aragon, Spain






1 Jonathan Rea Kawasaki 114  
2 Chaz Davies Ducati 102 -12
3 Marco Melandri Ducati 96 -18
4 Xavi Fores Ducati 76 -38
5 Alex Lowes Yamaha 70 -44
6 Michael Van Der Mark Yamaha 67 -47
7 Tom Sykes Kawasaki 63 -51
8 Leon Camier Honda 42 -72
9 Toprak Razgatlioglu Kawasaki 32 -82
10 Loris Baz BMW 27 -87
11 Román Ramos Kawasaki 23 -91
12 Jordi Torres MV Agusta 22 -92
13 Lorenzo Savadori Aprilia 18 -96
14 Michael Ruben Rinaldi Ducati 17 -97
15 Jake Gagne Honda 17 -97
16 Eugene Laverty Aprilia 16 -98
17 Leandro Mercado Kawasaki 16 -98
18 PJ Jacobsen Honda 10 -104
19 Yonny Hernandez Kawasaki 7 -107
20 Davide Giugliano Aprilia 3 -111
21 Ondrej Jezek Yamaha 1 -113
Round Number: 
3
Year: 
2018

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Comments

Meet the new heavily regulated boss, same as the old unregulated boss.

Sure the championship is closer than last year, but even with the new regulations - which I consider farcical - Rea is a cut above the rest.

WSBK has to pour new talent in, which I suppose is why they have instituted the 300 class, however you cannot cultivate talent overnight, so even if there is talent in the 300 series, it will take a lot of time to get to WSBK.

WSBK just might be in for a rough couple of years, especially because GP racing is considered more prestigious and a better sponsor strategy and is now combined with relative affordability.

That being said there was still some good racing this weekend, but unfortunately the last few laps are lacking.

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