WSBK: Toprak Razgatlioglu Takes his First Treble Since 2022 in Misano

Published on June 16, 2024
By Jack Hammersley

Toprak Razgatlioglu wins in-front of Ducati’s home crowd to extend his championship lead

Toprak Razgatlioglu started Race Two from pole position and looked to complete his first triple since Indonesia 2022. Nicolo Bulega started from second with Alex Lowes in third. Alvaro Bautista started from 11th after his crash in the Superpole Race.

The lights went out and it was Bulega who took the holeshot ahead of Andrea Iannone and Lowes, Andrea Locatelli was fourth with Toprak in fifth with Bautista in sixth.

Iannone made a big mistake into turn ten and dropped down to sixth, Toprak passed Locatelli and Lowes to move into second.

Bulega had pulled a gap over Toprak but the BMW rider started to close in on the Italian setting fastest lap after fastest lap.

Locatelli was on the back of Bautista for fourth place but the PATA Yamaha rider had a big slide out of turn eight and Axel Bassani was able to move into fifth.

On lap eight Toprak made his move on Bulega at turn eight and made it stick and the Ducati rider was unable to respond.

Locatelli was able to get back in-front of Bassani at turn one to get back inside the top five.

Bautista finally made his way into third place passing Lowes at Curvone on lap eleven, the World Champion had recovered seven places which is very hard to do at Misano.

Toprak Razgatlioglu took the treble and has a comfortable lead in the championship, Bulega finished in second and with that moves into second place in the championship ahead of Bautista who finsihed in third.

Featured Image: WorldSBK


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