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Final 2011 BSB Championship standings

The 2011 MCE British Superbike Championship standings after 12 rounds, including three title showdown rounds.
1. Tommy Hill Swan Yamaha 647 points
2. John Hopkins Samsung Crescent Suzuki 645
3. Shane Byrne HM Plant Honda 625
4. Michael Laverty Swan Yamaha 601
5. Josh Brookes Relentless by TAS Suzuki 598
6. Ryuichi Kiyonari HM Plant Honda 526

7. Jon Kirkham Samsung Crescent Suzuki 210
8. Michael Rutter Rapid Bathams Ducati 164
9. Peter Hickman Tyco Honda 155
10. Gary Mason MSS Colchester Kawasaki 139
11. Martin Jessopp Rapid Bathams Ducati 110
12. Chris Walker Pr1mo Kawasaki 105
13. Graeme Gowland WFR Honda 92 E
14. Loris Baz Motorpoint Yamaha 88
15. James Westmoreland Motorpoint Yamaha/WFR Honda 88/b>
16. James Ellison Sorrymate.com SMT Honda 79
17. Tommy Bridewell Tyco Honda/Motorpoint Yamaha 76
18. Stuart Easton MSS Colchester Kawasaki 69
19. Dan Linfoot Sorrymate.com SMT Honda/Tyco Honda 63
20. Alex Lowes WFR Honda/MSS Colchester Kawasaki/Motorpoint Yamaha 60
21. Glen Richards WFR Honda 54
22. Ian Lowry Buildbase BMW/MSS Colchester Kawasaki 27
23. Scott Smart Moto Rapido Ducati 21
24. Joan Lascorz Kawasaki Racing Team 17
25. Barry Burrell Buildbase BMW 13
26. Patric Muff Tyco Honda 11
27. Karl Harris Splitlath Aprilia 10
28. Jake Zemke WFR Honda 8
29. Simon Andrews PR Kawasaki 8
30. Steve Brogan Jentin Honda 8
31. Broc Parkes Kawasaki Racing Team 7
32. John Laverty Buildbase BMW 6
33. Hudson Kennaugh Splitlath Aprilia 5
34. Dan Kneen Marks Bloom Kawasaki 3
35. Tom Tunstall Doodson BMW 1
36. James Hillier Bournemouth Kawasaki 1

2011 BSB EVO Riders' standings (top ten)

1. Glen Richards WFR Honda 423 points
2. Graeme Gowland WFR Honda 396
3. Barry Burrell Buildbase BMW 326
4. Patric Muff Tyco Honda 288
5. Scott Smart Moot Rapido Ducati 257
6. Aaron Zanotti Quattro Plant Spike BMW 195
7. James Hillier Bournemouth Kawasaki 163
8. Simon Andrews PR Kawasaki 159
9. Alex Lowes WFR Honda 100
10. Karl Harris Splitlath Aprilia 98

2011 BSB Manufacturers' standings

1. Yamaha 503 points
2. Suzuki 490
3. Honda 447
4. Kawasaki 249
5. Ducati 233
6. BMW 30
7. Aprilia 15



Related Pictures

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Tommy Hill - Swan Yamaha [pic credit: Ian Hopgood]
Michael Laverty - Swan Yamaha [pic credit: Jamie Morris]
Start of the first Oulton Park race [pic credit: Jamie Morris]
John Hopkins - Samsung Crescent Suzuki [pic credit: Ian Hopgood]
Tommy Bridewell Milwaukee Yamaha - ihphotography.net
Stuart Easton Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki - ihphotography.net
Shane Byrne Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki - ihphotography.net
Shane Byrne Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki - ihphotography.net
Ryuichi Kiyonari Buildbase BMW Motorrad - ihphotography.net
Ryuichi Kiyonari Buildbase BMW Motorrad - ihphotography.net
Ryuichi Kiyonari Buildbase BMW Motorrad - ihphotography.net
Ryuichi Kiyonari Buildbase BMW Motorrad - ihphotography.net
Ryuichi Kiyonari Buildbase BMW Motorrad - ihphotography.net
Ryuichi Kiyonari Buildbase BMW Motorrad - ihphotography.net
Ryuichi Kiyonari Buildbase BMW Motorrad - ihphotography.net
Peter Hickman RAF Reserves Honda - ihphotography.net
Michael Rutter Bathams Prize Winning Ales - ihphotography.net
Michael Rutter Bathams Prize Winning Ales - ihphotography.net

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pp916 - Unregistered

October 09, 2011 7:40 PM

OK D4, what exactly has the 'showdown' format added? Under the conventional scoring system there would have been 3 riders fighting for the championship today, not the 2 that this system has produced....the racing would have been just as intense without all this ****e and would have been a climax to a whole season not just 3 rounds.



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