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2012 World Superbike Monza Photo Gallery
Michel Fabrizio at Monza, scoring first place in Friday's qualifier.
Check out all the World Superbike action at Monza, 2012.
Marco Melandri scored fourth at Monza and is fourth in overall points.
Tom Sykes took the win at Monza, marking his first podium at the Italian track.
Leon Haslam made the podium in second place at Monza.
Eugene Laverty of Aprilia Racing scored a podium finish in third.
Jonathan Rea came in sixth place during the diffcult race at Monza.
Sam Lowes pressed hard for the win at the end of the Supersport race, but fell short and took second.
Jules Cluzel took the Supersport win at Monza, the fourth of his career in the class.
Roberto Tamburini failed to make the top 15 in Supersport, despite qualifying in sixth place.
Max Biaggi currently leads the championship by a single point.
Tom Sykes currently stands third in overall points.
Fabien Foret holds second in overall points in Supersport.
Kenan Sofuoglu took second in Friday's practice sessions at Monza.
John Hopkins of Crescent Fixi Suzuki broke his foot in the first race at Monza.
Leon Camier had a disappointing weekend, failing to qualify for the second Superpole round and scoring 15th in the main event.
Sykes took first followed by Leon Haslam in second and Eugene Laverty in third.
The crowd at Monza enduring bouts of heavy rain.
Tom Sykes and Sylvain Guintoli in what little there was of Race 1.
Sykes leading the field at Monza.
Max Biaggi continues to lead in points after Monza.
Max Biaggi (3) with Leon Haslam (91) coming up fast.
Eugene Laverty (58) and Leon Haslam (91) battled for second place before the short Monza race was called due to unsafe track conditions.
Marco Melandri (33) followed by Jonathan Rea (65) and Carlos Checa (7).
Sykes could not be caught at Monza, so the battle for second raged between Haslam (91), Laverty (58), Melandri (33), Biaggi (3) and Rea (65).
John Hopkins earned yet another injury, the American breaking he foot during the first race at Monza.
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