Motorcycle Racing News 2013 Monza World Supersport | Results

2013 Monza World Supersport | Results

Yamaha's Sam Lowes at Monza World Supersport
Yamaha’s Sam Lowes at Monza World Supersport

2013 World Supersport Championship

For the second time in the 2013 World Supersport Championship, Sam Lowes piloted his Yaknich Motorsport Yamaha YZF-R6 to a win. The win arrived for the 23-year-old points leader at Monza in Italy Sunday following a last-lap pass on three riders.

Joining Lowes on the podium was Intermoto Ponyexpress Kawasaki’s Florian Marino and Pata Honda World Supersport’s Lorenzo Zanetti, respectively.

Lowes got quickly a small margin on the chasing pack to cross the line in 1st place ahead of Marino, Zanetti and Riccardo Russo (Puccetti Racing Kawasaki) after passing all three riders at the chicane after the fourth turn.

Kev Coghlan (DMC-Racing Kawasaki) put up an outstanding battle throughout all 10 laps, and finished fifth.

Reigning Champion Kenan Sofuoglu (Mahi Racing Team India Kawasaki) lost the front at turn eight during the fourth lap of the race, while he was on the lead. Team mate Fabien Foret didn’t take part to the race after being involved in the multiple crash at turn one that brought to a third red flag – and eventually led to the decision of postponing the Supersport race after World Superbike race 2.

Similar misfortune for “Rookie” Michael van Der Mark (Pata Honda World Supersport) who – like Foret’s – is currently undergoing medical checks.

2013 Monza World Supersport Results:

1. Sam Lowes (Yakhnich Motorsport) Yamaha YZF R6 18’09.799

2. Florian Marino (Kawasaki Intermoto Ponyexpres) Kawasaki ZX-6R 18’10.597

3. Lorenzo Zanetti (Pata Honda World Supersport) Honda CBR600RR 18’10.788

4. Riccardo Russo (Puccetti Racing Kawasaki) Kawasaki ZX-6R 18’11.141

5. Kev Coghlan (Kawasaki DMC-Lorenzini Team) Kawasaki ZX-6R 18’11.286

6. Sheridan Morais (PTR Honda) Honda CBR600RR 18’18.060

7. Vladimir Leonov (Yakhnich Motorsport) Yamaha YZF R6 18’20.843

8. Luca Scassa (Kawasaki Intermoto Ponyexpres) Kawasaki ZX-6R 18’20.968

9. Vladimir Ivanov (Kawasaki DMC-Lorenzini Team) Kawasaki ZX-6R 18’20.998

10. Luca Marconi (PTR Honda) Honda CBR600RR 18’21.052

11. Roberto Rolfo (ParkinGo MV Agusta Corse) MV Agusta F3 675 18’23.918

12. Mathew Scholtz (Suriano Racing Team) Suzuki GSX-R600 18’24.321

13. Christian Iddon (ParkinGo MV Agusta Corse) MV Agusta F3 675 18’24.763

14. David Linortner (Team Honda PTR) Honda CBR600RR 18’24.878

15. Raffaele De Rosa (Team Lorini) Honda CBR600RR 18’24.922

16. Matt Davies (Team Honda PTR) Honda CBR600RR 18’25.112

17. Alex Baldolini (Team Lorini) Honda CBR600RR 18’30.108

18. Roberto Tamburini (Suriano Racing Team) Suzuki GSX-R600 18’31.909

19. Gabor Talmacsi (Prorace) Honda CBR600RR 18’31.913

20. Nacho Calero Perez (Honda PTR) Honda CBR600RR 18’40.915

21. Dino Lombardi (Pata by Martini Team) Yamaha YZF R6 18’47.032

22. Balazs Nemeth (Complus SMS Racing) Honda CBR600RR 18’47.565

23. Imre Toth (Racing Team Toth) Honda CBR600RR 18’54.812

24. Yves Polzer (Team MRC Austria) Honda CBR600RR 19’07.894

25. Mitchell Carr (AARK Racing) Triumph 675 R 19’08.163

26. Eduard Blokhin (Rivamoto) Honda CBR600RR 19’24.246

RT. Alex Schacht (Racing Team Toth) Honda CBR600RR 15’03.170

RT. Stefano Cruciani (Puccetti Racing Kawasaki) Kawasaki ZX-6R 12’50.980

RT. Jack Kennedy (Rivamoto) Honda CBR600RR 11’02.880

RT. Kenan Sofuoglu (MAHI Racing Team India) Kawasaki ZX-6R 7’53.473

RT. Andrea Antonelli (Team Goeleven) Kawasaki ZX-6R 5’37.357

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