Leon Camier and Ryuichi Kiyonari both concluded their Spanish weekend today at Aragón inside the points zone, finishing in 13th and 14th place respectively in Race 2.

The same can’t be said for the day’s earlier Superpole race where they finished in slightly better positions, 12th and 13th, but outside the points zone.

It has been a challenging weekend for the Moriwaki Althea Honda Team riders who struggled to find the best set-up for their bikes over the weekend. At the same time they have gained more experience on board their machines, collating a lot of important information for the technicians to work on to try and improve performance in the coming races.

The Moriwaki Althea Honda Team will now head north to the Netherlands where Round 4 of the WorldSBK Championship will take place next weekend at the historic circuit of Assen.

Leon Camier 2

12th Superpole Race 13th Race 2

“Today our pace and lap times were better than yesterday actually, but the other riders generally improved a bit more than us and so we couldn’t really fight against them as we were hoping to. Anyway, considering that we need to make a step forward in all areas of the bike, it is important that my injury has turned out to be less serious than expected and did not prevent me from being here this weekend or completing all the races. We collected a lot of crucial information and I hope that this will help us to achieve a better set-up and better results fairly soon”.

Ryuichi Kiyonari 23

13th Superpole Race 14th Race 2

“I’m aware that today’s results don’t really show it, but we actually made an improvement on yesterday as far as the bike set-up is concerned. I felt better on my bike in the Superpole Race, and I was able to make some consistent laps. So we further changed the settings for Race 2 but it ultimately didn’t work out. We know now that this was a mistake but we are making a great effort to improve and I think it’s always worth a try. We have another race weekend coming straight up and we’ll keep giving it our best.”

WSBK 2019
Race Round 3   Aragon

Superpole Race (10 Laps)

Pos. Rider Num Nation Points Team Constructor Time/Gap
1 Bautista Alvaro 19 SPA 12 ARUBA.IT Racing - Ducati Ducati 18'25.853
2 Rea Jonathan 1 GBR 9 Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK Kawasaki 5.791
3 Lowes Alex 22 GBR 7 Pata Yamaha WorldSBK Team Yamaha 5.906
4 Davies Chaz 7 GBR 6 ARUBA.IT Racing - Ducati Ducati 6.052
5 Sykes Tom 66 GBR 5 BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team BMW 9.217
6 Laverty Eugene 50 IRE 4 Team Goeleven Ducati 9.921
7 Haslam Leon 91 GBR 3 Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK Kawasaki 10.221
8 Torres Jordi 81 SPA 2 Team Pedercini Racing Kawasaki 11.961
9 Cortese Sandro 11 GER 1 GRT Yamaha WorldSBK Yamaha 13.712
10 Razgatlioglu Toprak 54 TUR 0 Turkish Puccetti Racing Kawasaki 14.218
11 Melandri Marco 33 ITA 0 GRT Yamaha WorldSBK Yamaha 19.481
12 Camier Leon 2 GBR 0 Moriwaki Althea Honda Team Honda 21.149
13 Kiyonari Ryuichi 23 JPN 0 Moriwaki Althea Honda Team Honda 27.041
14 Delbianco Alessandro 52 ITA 0 Althea Mie Racing Team Honda 43.317
15 van der Mark Michael 60 NDL 0 Pata Yamaha WorldSBK Team Yamaha 1'20.614
16 Reiterberger Markus 28 GER DNF BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team BMW 5 Laps
17 Rinaldi Michael Ruben 21 ITA DNF BARNI Racing Team Ducati Ret
WSBK 2019
Race Round 3   Aragon

Race 2

Pos. Rider Num Nation Points Team Constructor Time/Gap
1 Bautista Alvaro 19 SPA 25 ARUBA.IT Racing - Ducati Ducati 33'16.448
2 Rea Jonathan 1 GBR 20 Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK Kawasaki 6.867
3 Davies Chaz 7 GBR 16 ARUBA.IT Racing - Ducati Ducati 7.127
4 Haslam Leon 91 GBR 13 Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK Kawasaki 7.581
5 Lowes Alex 22 GBR 11 Pata Yamaha WorldSBK Team Yamaha 11.549
6 Laverty Eugene 50 IRE 10 Team Goeleven Ducati 16.797
7 Torres Jordi 81 SPA 9 Team Pedercini Racing Kawasaki 17.825
8 van der Mark Michael 60 NDL 8 Pata Yamaha WorldSBK Team Yamaha 18.788
9 Rinaldi Michael Ruben 21 ITA 7 BARNI Racing Team Ducati 19.329
10 Cortese Sandro 11 GER 6 GRT Yamaha WorldSBK Yamaha 20.351
11 Melandri Marco 33 ITA 5 GRT Yamaha WorldSBK Yamaha 23.546
12 Sykes Tom 66 GBR 4 BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team BMW 23.974
13 Camier Leon 2 GBR 3 Moriwaki Althea Honda Team Honda 35.177
14 Kiyonari Ryuichi 23 JPN 2 Moriwaki Althea Honda Team Honda 1'01.477
15 Reiterberger Markus 28 GER 1 BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team BMW 1'39.168
16 Delbianco Alessandro 52 ITA DNF Althea Mie Racing Team Honda 8 Laps
17 Razgatlioglu Toprak 54 TUR DNF Turkish Puccetti Racing Kawasaki 11 Laps
Location Information

The MotorLand Aragon road racing circuit was opened in 2009 and in 2011 it became the fifth Spanish track to host the WorldSBK™ Championship. MotorLand Aragón Ctra. TE- V- 7033 KM. 1. 44600 Alcañiz (Teruel) – Spain motorlandaragon.com  

Pole Position Right
Length 5.077 Km
Corners 17
Right Corners 7
Left Corners 10

Records

Pole Record 1'49.049 (167,61 Km/h) A.Bautista (Ducati Panigale V4 R, 2019)
Race Record 1''49.755 (166,53 Km/h) A.Bautista (Ducati Panigale V4 R, 2019 RC1)
All Time Record 1'49.049 (167,61 Km/h) A.Bautista (Ducati Panigale V4 R, 2019)
2019 Race 1 Winner A.Bautista (Ducati Panigale V4 R)
2019 Superpole Race Winner A.Bautista (Ducati Panigale V4 R)
2019 Race 2 Winner A.Bautista (Ducati Panigale V4 R)