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WSBK Monza: Melandri sneaks win in Monza thriller

Leon Camier went on to claim a fairly quiet ninth place, with Giugliano rounding out the top ten, ahead of Ayrton Badovini, Max Neukirchner, Fabrizio Lai, Honda sub Kosuke Akiyoshi and Federico Sandi.

Elsewhere, Jules Cluzel had run as high as eighth early on, but a chicane miss would see him receive a ride-through penalty that would leave him 17th.




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