2021 WorldSBK Championship Standings After Race 26, Mandalika, Indonesia

Final WorldSBK championship standings after the last race of the season at Mandalika:

1 Toprak Razgatlioglu* Yamaha 564  
2 Jonathan Rea Kawasaki 551 -13
3 Scott Redding Ducati 501 -63
4 Andrea Locatelli Yamaha 291 -273
5 Michael Ruben Rinaldi Ducati 282 -282
6 Michael Van Der Mark BMW 262 -302
7 Garrett Gerloff Yamaha 228 -336
8 Alex Lowes Kawasaki 213 -351
9 Axel Bassani Ducati 210 -354
10 Alvaro Bautista Honda 195 -369
11 Tom Sykes BMW 184 -380
12 Chaz Davies Ducati 143 -421
13 Leon Haslam Honda 134 -430
14 Kohta Nozane Yamaha 64 -500
15 Loris Baz Ducati 53 -511
16 Tito Rabat Kawasaki 53 -511
17 Isaac Vinales Kawasaki 45 -519
18 Lucas Mahias Kawasaki 44 -520
19 Eugene Laverty BMW 40 -524
20 Christophe Ponsson Yamaha 36 -528
21 Leandro Mercado Honda 33 -531
22 Jonas Folger BMW 21 -543
23 Samuele Cavalieri Ducati 16 -548
24 Marvin Fritz Yamaha 6 -558
25 Loris Cresson Kawasaki 3 -561
26 Andrea Mantovani Kawasaki 2 -562
27 Luke Mossey Kawasaki 2 -562

* 2021 WorldSBK champion

Round Number: 
13
Year: 
2021

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Viva Toprak the Green Giant Toppler! We had been awaiting your arrival in World SBK. Now we await it in MotoGP for sure. 

Wonderful job this yr. 

Congratulations Toprak Razgatlıoğlu, good job! TR54 beat the superbike legend. Great result at the end of an amazing season!

I was there at Donington in 2018 when Toprak took his first podium in SBK. Razgatlıoğlu has been getting better all this time.

Toprak won his first race on the Yamaha at Phillip island in 2020, that was good to see. Haven't been back to P.I. since.

Meet the new boss, younger and faster than the "Goat". Celebrate the new champ!

Garrett Gerloff all is forgiven.

Wasn't Kawasaki at a slight disadvantage this year? I'm sure I read this somewhere, and that they'll be able to go bigger, better, faster next season. Either way, Toprak has been needed for a few years now. Those stoppies going into corners - how on earth does he do that? And the total, fearless commitment, a cigarette paper shy of reckless. Actually that applies to JR as well, the show this year has been better than any I can remember since the WSBK heyday. Personally, I hope Toprak stays in WSBK for at least another two or three seasons. It would be a great shame to see him repeat the Bayliss / Hodgson / Toseland experience, wasted on a slightly inferior machine.

Ha, yes, all is forgiven.

Truly a breathtaking season of racing with twists and turns down to the final race. Happy to see Toprak win it with incredible riding skills. Leaves us all wanting more. I have to say, after the snitching incident at Magny-Cours I can't look at JR the same way again. The best man won.

... the racing in Supersport was much better all year. The last two in Mandelika were fantastic. Nothing against the Rea - Top Cat - Redding racing, but WSSP was superb.

There was a practice incident with Chas on the V2  that said so much about Rea's attitude to his fellow riders .

Yes, the last 2 supersport races were awesome , but one can take nothing away from Toprak, he was great especially in the later rounds this year, I wish he was going to Moto GP next year, I think he could do very well there.