World Superbike standings after race 2 at Laguna Seca:
Yolanda Cervantes warbled and stretched the Star Spangled Banner ahead of twenty five laps of WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca.
World Superbike standings after the restarted sprint race at Laguna Seca:
The Tissot Superpole Race would determine the top three rows for race two. A red flag came out on the first lap after a crash between riders at the corkscrew and an eight lap restart would determine the results.
Press releases from the series organizers and teams after Race 1 at Laguna Seca, as well as the MotoAmerica series:
Standings after WorldSBK race 1 at Laguna Seca:
After Angela Roach belted out the Star Spangled Banner, with an appropriate amount of added notes for a sporting event, the riders lined up under a California sun. A few of the frontrunners chose to use the SCX tyre designed for the ten lap Superpole race.
The Californian weather for World Superbike Superpole was typically sunny with clear skies. Eugene Laverty and Markus Reiterberger were both fit and they were joined by American wildcard J. D. Beach.
Jonathan Rea improved his best time from yesterday, setting the quickest lap ahead of Chaz Davies who was the only rider in the top seven not to improve on his time from yesterday.
Chaz Davies, poleman last year, was quickest ahead of Jonathan Rea and Alvaro Bautista in a quicker session than this morning's timed session. Only Michael van der Mark and the Hondas did not improve on their morning's times.