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2012 World Superbike Monza Photo Gallery

Check out all the World Superbike action at Monza, 2012.

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Marco Melandri scored fourth at Monza and is fourth in overall points.
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Tom Sykes took the win at Monza, marking his first podium at the Italian track.
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Leon Haslam made the podium in second place at Monza.
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Eugene Laverty of Aprilia Racing scored a podium finish in third.
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Jonathan Rea came in sixth place during the diffcult race at Monza.
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Sam Lowes pressed hard for the win at the end of the Supersport race, but fell short and took second.
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Jules Cluzel took the Supersport win at Monza, the fourth of his career in the class.
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Roberto Tamburini failed to make the top 15 in Supersport, despite qualifying in sixth place.
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Max Biaggi currently leads the championship by a single point.
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Tom Sykes currently stands third in overall points.
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Fabien Foret holds second in overall points in Supersport.
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Kenan Sofuoglu took second in Friday's practice sessions at Monza.
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John Hopkins of Crescent Fixi Suzuki broke his foot in the first race at Monza.
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Leon Camier had a disappointing weekend, failing to qualify for the second Superpole round and scoring 15th in the main event.
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Sykes took first followed by Leon Haslam in second and Eugene Laverty in third.
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The crowd at Monza enduring bouts of heavy rain.
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Tom Sykes and Sylvain Guintoli in what little there was of Race 1.
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Sykes leading the field at Monza.
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Max Biaggi continues to lead in points after Monza.
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Max Biaggi (3) with Leon Haslam (91) coming up fast.
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Eugene Laverty (58) and Leon Haslam (91) battled for second place before the short Monza race was called due to unsafe track conditions.
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Marco Melandri (33) followed by Jonathan Rea (65) and Carlos Checa (7).
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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).
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John Hopkins earned yet another injury, the American breaking he foot during the first race at Monza.