2012 World Superbike Portimao Photo Gallery
Tom Sykes (66) took his third win of the season in World Superbike Race 1 at Portimao.
Check out photos from the penultimate round of the 2012 World Superbike season in the 2012 World Superbike Portimao photo gallery.
Max Biaggi (3) retained the championship points lead with his 4-3 results at Portimao.
Max Biaggi took his 11th podium of the season in Race 2 at Portimao.
Wet conditions contributed to an early incident in Race 1 at Portimao where a number of riders crashed out of competition.
John Hopkins (21) went 12-11 at Portimao.
Jonathan Rea took second in Race 2 at Portimao and recently announced he will remain with Honda World Superbike through 2013.
World Superbike Portimao Race 2 podium with Eugene Laverty (center) in first, Jonathan Rea (left) in second and Max Biaggi (right) in third.
Eugene Laverty (58) earned his first race win of the season in Race 2 at Portimao.
Leon Camier (2) was forced to retire from Race 2 while contending for podium position due to gearbox issues.
Leon Haslam had a difficult time in Portimao, struggling with tire choice in Race 1 and suffering an electrical issue in Race 2 that forced him to retire.
Loris Baz (76) went 7-7 at Portimao.
Marco Melandri crashed early in Race 1 and was hit while on track by Chaz Davies. He was sent to the hospital though, luckily, suffered no major injuries.
Tom Sykes celebrating his Race 1 win at Portimao.
World Superbike Race 1 podium with Tom Sykes (center) in first, Carlos Checa (left) in second and Sylvain Guintoli (right) in third.
The World Superbike field off to a cautious start in wet conditions at Portimao.
Kawasaki Lorenzini's Kenan Sofuoglu sealed up the 2012 World Supersport Championship title at Portimao.
Jules Cluzel took the World Supersport win at Portimao.
World Supersport Portimao podium with Jules Cluzel (center) in first, Kenan Sofuoglu (left) in second and Fabien Foret (right) in third.
Tom Sykes (66) and Max Biaggi (3) battling at Portimao.
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