2007 Valencia Superbike World Championship Round - Superbike Race 2 Classification

Superbike Race 2 Classification

Pos No Rider Bike Laps Time Grid Points
1 52 James Toseland Honda CBR1000RR 23 37:02.596 5 25
2 3 Max Biaggi Suzuki GSX-R1000 K7 23 +0.287 12 20
3 41 Noriyuki Haga Yamaha YZF-R1 23 +0.375 7 16
4 111 Ruben Xaus Ducati 999 F06 23 +6.637 2 13
5 57 Lorenzo Lanzi Ducati 999 F07 23 +7.991 6 11
6 21 Troy Bayliss Ducati 999 F07 23 +10.210 1 10
7 25 Josh Brookes Honda CBR1000RR 23 +10.861 3 9
8 55 Régis Laconi Kawasaki ZX-10R 23 +14.366 15 8
9 11 Troy Corser Yamaha YZF-R1 23 +15.511 4 7
10 76 Max Neukirchner Suzuki GSX-R1000 K6 23 +19.716 13 6
11 84 Michel Fabrizio Honda CBR1000RR 23 +25.287 9 5
12 44 Roberto Rolfo Honda CBR1000RR 23 +26.437 17 4
13 71 Yukio Kagayama Suzuki GSX-R1000 K7 23 +34.992 8 3
14 131 Carmelo Morales Yamaha YZF-R1 23 +39.987 16 2
15 159 Giovanni Bussei Ducati 999 F06 23 +42.445 11 1
16 38 Shinichi Nakatomi Yamaha YZF-R1 23 +43.467 18
17 96 Jakub Smrž Ducati 999 F05 23 +1:08.350 20
Ret 22 Luca Morelli Ducati 999RS 16 Retirement 22
Ret 10 Fonsi Nieto Kawasaki ZX-10R 16 Retirement 14
Ret 99 Steve Martin Honda CBR1000RR 13 Retirement 21
Ret 42 Dean Ellison Ducati 999RS 12 Retirement 23
Ret 73 Christian Zaiser MV Agusta F4 312 R 7 Retirement 19
Ret 31 Karl Muggeridge Honda CBR1000RR 0 Retirement 10

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