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

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Alvaro Bautista took his win of the World Superbike season in Argentina in a race boycotted by six passengers because of course safety concerns.
Bautista completed ahead of lately crowned WSB champion Jonathan Rea, with Toprak Razgatlioglu third.
Representation was left by A range of riders over the condition of the circuit using six finally sitting out the race.
The cyclists expressed to race organisers they believed the trail to be overly dusty and monitor temperature too high.
The San Juan Villicum course had been passed fit to race yet and 12 did compete at the event, a riders Loris Baz ruled out through injury.
Leon Camier, Eugene Laverty, Marco Melandri, Chaz Davies, ryuichi Kiyonari and Sandro Cortese chosen to not compete.
Some riders were involved in a meeting championship boss Gregorio Lavilla over the track being cluttered since the race got underway at 20:00 BST.
Once the race began passengers visibly stayed on the cleaner, then grippier regions of the course and Bautista emerged as a winner that was comfortable in his Ducati.
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