World Superbikes: Alvaro Bautista wins in Argentina as six riders boycott race

We and our partners use cookies to supply you with the best experience, including to content and advertising. Information about the advertisements displayed to you and your discussion with this website may be shared with all businesses involved in the delivery and/or personalisation of advertisements on this website and everywhere online.
Please let us know if you agree.
Alvaro Bautista took his 16th win of the World Superbike year in Argentina at a hurry boycotted by six passengers due to track security concerns.
Ahead of crowned WSB winner Jonathan Rea, together with Toprak Razgatlioglu third bautista ended .
Representation was left by A number of riders across the affliction of the circuit using six hanging outside the race.
The riders expressed they believed the track to be too dusty and monitor temperature.
Even the San Juan Villicum course was passed fit to race however and 12 did compete at the event, a 19th riders Loris Baz ruled out through injury.
Chaz Davies, Eugene Laverty, Marco Melandri, ryuichi Kiyonari, Leon Camier and Sandro Cortese chosen to not compete.
Some cyclists were involved in a meeting championship boss Gregorio Lavilla within the track being too cluttered since the race got underway at 20:00 BST.
When the race began passengers visibly stayed on the cleaner, then grippier portions of the course and Bautista emerged as a winner that was comfortable on his Ducati.
The Superpole sprint race as well as the next feature race will be staged on Sunday, with the last round of the championship at Qatar on 25 and 26 October.
Secured his fifth championship success two weeks ago in Magny-Cours.
Ireland are through to the World Cup quarter-finals after defeating against Samoa 47-5 in their Pool A match in Fukuoka.
Crusaders fall points for just the third time this year after being held to a 1-1 draw at Ballymena United.
Rhys McClenaghan of all Ireland finishes third in Saturdays pommel horse event at World Gymnastics Championships in Stuttgart.

Read more here: