Magny-Cours WorldSSP Race Two Results | 11 wins for number 11 in 2023

Nicolo Bulega claims his 11th race win of the 2023 season after 18 races so far. The Italian rider has been imperious this season and extends his win count.

The Italian was put under pressure by home hero, Valentin Debise, but Nicolo Bulega was ultimate;ly unbeatable at Magny-Cours as he crossed the line to do the double.

The Ducati rider further extended his Championship lead over Stefano Manzi as Bulega put down a blistering pace this weekend.

Debise may be slightly disappointed to miss out on a win at home, but the French veteran has two podiums to his name now in WorldSSP. Before this weekend Debise had never stood on the rostrum but now has twice at his home round of the season.

Stefano Manzi appeared to have a rather boring race as he was sat in third all on his own. The Italian rider looked like he could challenge Bulega but could not match the pace at the front.

The MV Agusta may be down on power but Marcel Schroetter was pushing it to its limits around Magny-Cours. The German rider is still fighting to stay third in the WorldSSP Championship and his fourth place in the second Superport race will have helped him.

The top Triumph was in fifth place with Niki Tuuli claiming another decent result around Magny-Cours. The Finnish rider has put together a strong weekend despite not being on the strongest package.

Lorenzo Dalla Porta may be a new boy in World Supersport buty his performances have not been slack. The Italian rider finished in seventh place today on the Evan Bros Yamaha.

Spanish rider, Adrian Huertas, was top Kawasaki once again in WorldSSP as the youngster put together another decent weekend.

Yari Monetlla, Jorge Navarro and Federico Caricasulo battled it out for the final positions in the top ten. The trio ended up finishing eighth, ninth and tenth on their Ducati's and Yamaha.

British riders John McPhee and Tarran Mackenzie finished in 19th and 20th place, with Tom Booth-Amos pulling out of the race.

2023 French WorldSSP | Magny-Cours | Race Two Results | Rd. 9 of 12]
1Nicolo BulegaITAAruba Racing WorldSSPDucati Panigale V2
2Valentin DebiseFRAGMT 94Yamaha R6+1.991
3Stefano ManziITATen Kate RacingYamaha R6+12.441
4Marcel SchroetterGERMV Agusta Reparto CorseMV Agusta F3 800 RR+15.582
5Niki TuuliFINPTR TriumphTriumph STR 765 RS+17.009
6Lorenzo Dalla PortaITAEvan Bros WorldSSPYamaha R6+17.401
7Adrian HuertasESPMTM RacingKawasaki ZX-6R+17.512
8Yari MontellaITABarni Spark RacingDucati Panigale V2+20.190
9Jorge NavarroESPTen Kate RacingYamaha R6+21.264
10Federico CaricasuloITAAlthea RacingDucati Panigale V2+22.094
11Johann GimbertFRAGMT 94Yamaha R6+31.068
12Simon JespersenDENVFT RacingYamaha R6+34.992
13Glenn van StraalenNEDEAB RacingYamaha R6+36.725
14Can OncuTURKawasaki Puccetti RacingKawasaki ZX-6R+39.663
15Andy VerdoiaFRAYamaha Thailand RacingYamaha R6+40.502
16Ondrej VostatekCZEPTR TriumphTriumph STR 765 RS+40.864
17Andreas KoflerAUTD34G RacingDucati Panigale V2+44.827
18Luke PowerAUSMotozoo ME AIR RacingKawasaki ZX-6R+51.802
19John McPheeGBRVince64 by PuccettiKawasaki ZX-6R+52.119
20Tarran MackenzieGBRPetronas MIE RacingHonda CBR600RR+52.540
21Alvaro DiazESPArco YARTYamaha R6+54.907
22Anupab SarmoonTHAYamaha Thailand RacingYamaha R6+58.460
23Tom EdwardsAUSYARTYamaha R6+1 Lap
24Yuta OkayaJPNProDina RacingKawasaki ZX-6R+1 Lap
DNFRaffaele de RosaITAOrelac Racing VerdnaturaDucati Panigale V2
DNFTom Booth-AmosGBRMotozoo ME AIR RacingKawasaki ZX-6R
DNFBahattin SofuogluTURMV Agusta Reparto CorseMV Agusta F3 800 RR
DNFFederico FuligniITAOrelac Racing VerdnaturaDucati Panigale V2
DNFMax KoflerGERD34G RacingDucati Panigale V2

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