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Sykes did a perfect job, shame he couldn't quite keep enough pace in race 1 to haul some more points but he stayed on, and race 2 was a perfect display of riding. Such a shame he looses out, but fair play to Biaggi, who did what he needed to do. But, and this is a massive plus for sykes and the kawasaki team - this is the most succesful WSBK campain by a kawasaki team since 1993 and scott russell. There is much to build on, and what a strong groundwork that has been done.