Former Australian champion Staring led for almost the entire race and also took a new race lap record of 2’01.446 on lap five, as he finished over eight seconds up on Guarnoni.
The young French rider in his turn rode hard and effectively to catch and then pass Lorenzo Baroni and score his first podium in this class. Jeremy is now sixth overall, on 46 points, with Staring seventh on 45.
Bryan Staring: “We had a lot of firsts in the race and it was a great race for me. I worked hard with the team and this is our second year together in
Jeremy Guarnoni: “A very good result for us as it is a new thing for me to be in the podium in Superstock 1000. I am now there with my MRS team and I have to be so happy for the race result we all took. I had some contact with Sylvain Barrier and I tried to push and push to get to Lorenzo Baroni and then pass him for second. I am happy for Bryan and Lorenzo also, because it was a very good race.“