World Supersport race two started under warm conditions with Dominique Aegerter and Lorenzo Baldassarri lining up on the same softer SCX tyre with everyone else on a harder tyre.
Federico Caricasulo got the holeshot ahead of Can Oncu and Nicolo Bulega. On the exit of turn four, Can Oncu took the lead from Caricasulo. Dominique Aegerter led Lorenzo Baldassarri in fifth and sixth place. At the start of lap three Caricasulo took the lead into turn one and Yari Montella took second place off him into turn five. Stefano Manzi set the fastest lap, a 1'46.321 climbing to eighth place. Federico Caricasulo got pushed aside into turn one and riders took their turns to pass him as he tried to recover, slower than everyone else throughout the first turns. Glenn van Straalen crashed out from the pack as the leading twenty riders remained in a group.
Can Oncu led Lorenzo Baldassari, Yari Montella, Adrian Huertas, Dominique Aegerter and fifteen others as Can Oncu set the fastest lap of 1'45.746. The leading sixteen riders were squeezed into three seconds. Five laps completed, Domonique Aegerter set the fastest lap in fourth place, a 1'45.386, as a gap started to form between Aegerter and fifth-placed Stefano Manzi. Aegerter climbed to third place, passing Montella to catch Oncu and Baldassarri.
Lap seven and Baldassarri took the lead into turn one, passing Oncu outside down the straight. Manzi jumped the gap from fifth place to catch Montella, leaving Federico Caricasulo to lead the second pack in sixth place.
At the lead of the five-rider leading group, Oncu took the lead back into turn one, followed by Aegerter to push Baldassarri into third place, ahead of Manzi and Montella.
At half race distance, Can Oncu led Lorenzo Baldassarri, Dominique Aegerter and Stefano Manzi with Federico Caricasulo over a second behind, heading the second group. Aegerter took second place cleanly into turn one. The fight for fifth place was Caricasulo, Niki Tuuli, Yari Montella and Bahattin Sofuoglu.
Aegerter led over the line to start lap eleven, but Baldassarri used the slipstream to pass the two bikes in front of him, but Oncu went round both of them to take the lead. Baldassarri passed Oncu a few turns later. Lap twelve and the leading four were covered by well under two tenths of a second as Aegerter overshot turn one to lose a second to Baldassarri, Oncu and Manzi in front of him. Can Oncu took the lead from Baldassarri as Aegerter closed up on Manzi at the back of the leading trip, closing a sixth of a second in one sector.
Lap fourteen and the leading four bikes were covered by just half a second, and Oncu nearly locked his front wheel, causing Manzi to dodge, but the group didn't lose any time. Manzi took second place and tried to make a pass on Baldassarri, but couldn't take the lead. Lap fifteen and Aegerter slipstreamed down the straight to leapfrog to third place, only outbraved by Can Oncu in the lead. Aegerter passed Oncu at turn four and started to push for a break.
Down the straight to start lap sixteen, Aegerter was only a third of a second clear of Oncu's Kawasaki, Manzi's Triumph and Baldassarri's Yamaha, but a lap later, Aegerter pulled a further third of a second on his rivals. Baldassarri looked like he couldn't keep up with Oncu and Manzi ahead of him, dropping to a second off the leading trio by lap seventeen. Manzi and Oncu swapped back and forth as Aegerter started the lap over a second clear of Manzi and Oncu as Baldassarri's tyre gave up over a second further back.
Can Oncu tried several times to pass Stefano Manzi but he couldn't make a pass work; Manzi however touched the green paint wide exiting turn nine, potentially giving Oncu second place on paper, but not on track.
Dominique Aegerter won by two seconds ahead of Can Oncu and Stefano Manzi, the track limit excursion dropping Manzi to third place. Lorenzo Baldassarri was two further seconds in a lonely fourth place, four and a half seconds from Federico Caricasulo and Niki Tuuli. Caricasulo was also penalised for a green paint infraction, giving fifth place to Tuuli.
Dominique Aegerter's twelfth win extended his lead over Lorenzo Baldassarri to thirty six points with Baldassarri's fourth place. Can Oncu's second place lifted him to third place in the championship, overtaking Nicolo Bulega who could only manage fourteenth place. Stefano Manzi remains in fifth place in the championship, thirty seven points off fourth place and thirty points clear of Yari Montella's sixth place.
|1||77||D. AEGERTER||Yamaha YZF R6|
|2||61||C. ONCU||Kawasaki ZX-6R||2.014|
|3 P||62||S. MANZI||Triumph Street Triple RS||0.086|
|4||7||L. BALDASSARRI||Yamaha YZF R6||4.218|
|5||66||N. TUULI||MV Agusta F3 800 RR||8.863|
|6P||64||F. CARICASULO||Ducati Panigale V2||0.037|
|7||54||B. SOFUOGLU||MV Agusta F3 800 RR||9.848|
|8||55||Y. MONTELLA||Kawasaki ZX-6R||0.001|
|9||24||L. TACCINI||Yamaha YZF R6||11.544|
|10||99||A. HUERTAS||Kawasaki ZX-6R||11.584|
|11||25||M. BRENNER||Yamaha YZF R6||11.888|
|12||9||S. JESPERSEN||Yamaha YZF R6||12.768|
|13||38||H. SOOMER||Triumph Street Triple RS||13.618|
|14||11||N. BULEGA||Ducati Panigale V2||1.116|
|15||16||J. CLUZEL||Yamaha YZF R6||16.608|
|16||94||A. VERDOIA||Yamaha YZF R6||16.658|
|17||52||P. HOBELSBERGER||Yamaha YZF R6||3.584|
|18||50||O. VOSTATEK||Yamaha YZF R6||20.845|
|19||76||J. GIRAL||Ducati Panigale V2||1.012|
|20||56||P. SEBESTYEN||Yamaha YZF R6||0.355|
|21||22||F. FULIGNI||Ducati Panigale V2||5.609|
|22||81||A. VIU||Yamaha YZF R6||29.599|
|23||23||I. VINALES||Ducati Panigale V2||0.580|
|24||69||T. BOOTH-AMOS||Kawasaki ZX-6R||4.991|
|25||73||M. KOFLER||Ducati Panigale V2||1.542|
|26||6||J. BUIS||Kawasaki ZX-6R||4.395|
|27||70||M. ALCOBA||Yamaha YZF R6||44.966|
|RET||32||O. BAYLISS||Ducati Panigale V2||6 Laps|
|RET||3||R. DE ROSA||Ducati Panigale V2||7 Laps|
|RET||21||B. CURRIE||Kawasaki ZX-6R||7 Laps|
|RET||10||U. ORRADRE||Yamaha YZF R6||8 Laps|
|RET||28||G. VAN STRAALEN||Yamaha YZF R6||11 Laps|