Full race results (1) from the seventh round of the 2017 World Superbike Championship at Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, Italy.

1. Tom Sykes GBR Kawasaki Racing ZX-10RR 21 lap
2. Alex Lowes GBR PATA Crescent Yamaha R1 +4.551ss
3. Jonathan Rea GBR Kawasaki Racing ZX-10RR +8.126s
4. Jordi Torres ESP Althea BMW S1000RR +10.850s
5. Xavi Fores ESP Barni Ducati Panigale R +13.649s
6. Eugene Laverty IRE Milwaukee Aprilia RSV4 +20.508s
7. Randy Krummenacher SWI Puccetti Kawasaki ZX-10RR +22.498s
8. Roman Ramos ESP Team Go Eleven Kawasaki ZX-10R +26.329s
9. Lorenzo Savadori ITA Milwaukee Aprilia RSV4 +28.395s
10. Raffaele De Rosa ITA Althea BMW S1000RR +31.171s
11. Leon Camier GBR MV Agusta RC F4 RR +38.314s
12. Alex de Angelis SMR Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10RR +39.829s
13. Ayrton Badovini ITA Grillini Kawasaki ZX-10RR +50.478s
14. Ondrej Jezek CZE Grillini Kawasaki ZX-10RR +55.208s
15. Marco Melandri ITA Aruba.it Racing Ducati Panigale R +1 lap

Not Classified

16. Stefan Bradl GER Red Bull Honda CBR1000RR SP2
17. Chaz Davies GBR Aruba.it Racing Ducati Panigale R
18. Michael van der Mark NED PATA Yamaha YZF-R1
19. Leandro Mercado ARG IodaRacing Aprilia RSV4
20. Riccardo Russo ITA Guandalini Yamaha YZF-R1
21. Fabio Menghi ITA VFT Racing Ducati Panigale R

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as. 34 ,Kevin would say. , he comes apart like a cheap watch ! !
Davis just melts when Rea turns up the heat , that boy is hot

fighters53: Why did Rea not have to have bike checked before continuing?[\blockquote]
Does it say in the race, I only see practice and quali
"Slight changes have been carried out to the start procedure, clarifying that any rider who crashes or encounters problems during the sighting lap(s) is permitted to reach the pit lane safely under the instructions of the officials. Obviously the Race Direction is not responsible for ensuring the machine and rider reach the pit lane in time to start. However, all reasonable efforts will be made to assist the team and rider. His bike will be checked in the pit lane for safety reasons, by the Technical Director (or his appointed deputy) who will have the authority to allow or not the machine to start (or restart).
With the same philosophy, should a rider crash during any practice or qualifying session and wish to re-join the session, then at the discretion of the track marshals, he may re-join the track and must proceed directly to the p

Lodge: Rea lucky to ride between Melandi and his fallen Ducati but unlucky to hit Chas. Congrats on the MBE! Well earned! I hope Chas is well again and riding soon![\blockquote]
It wasn't Melandri it was VDM, Melandri was already behind Rea when he crashed.

From the replays you could see the Pirelli was off the rim as soon as the bike came round on VDM.
hope Chaz is ok

Chaz crashing out on his own leading the race is becoming a regular thing for him. I'm still rooting for him but also quite frustrated. I wish him speedy recovery. Oh Tom picking up the crumbs as he usually does, crummy lad he is.

What a race, nobody wanted to win that one.

Great to see Yamaha leading, really looked like Vdm could be there at the end. Strange crash, tire left the rim but was it because of crash or was it reason for crash. Really strange, even Rea said it didn look like Vdm fault. I was really rooting for him.

Hopefully Chas is ok. Rea was pointing ribs so maeby some broken.

Really strange race. It was great to see nobody had the pace to break away. This is what it should be every weekend.

Rea lucky to ride between vdM and his fallen Yam but unlucky to hit Chas. Congrats on the MBE! Well earned! I hope Chas is well again and riding soon!

Those Ducatis just keep getting under Rea's feet/wheels! Looks Like it was Van der Mark's turn to get the duff Pirelli that time! Should be using the old self tapping screws maybe? Sykes in a different race. Don't know whose? But he wins.

Cheers Shakenn.

Why did Rea not have to have bike checked before continuing?

Well, it is definitely not as exciting as MotoGP, but still some good stuff to watch. This race had more interest than some others this year, and I'm pleased for the good results for Jordi Torres, and Randy Krummenacher. Jordi on pole tomorrow, I wish he can finally make a good start. Rea was very sporting towards poor Davies, despite his own disappointment. I'm amazed he still made the podium, so nobody is taking anything away from him in the championship. For Tom, a lucky win but he'll take it! Mr Van der Mark often seems to have bad luck and a crash, when in a great position in the race. Lowes made a great race this time, well done!