Imola, Italy

2015 World Superbike Provisional Calendar Released: 14 Rounds, Thailand Added, Russia Returns

The FIM have finally released the provisional calendar for the World Superbike series for next year. The 2015 season will see WSBK travel to 14 rounds, returning to all of the venues which hosted races in 2014, and two more overseas rounds added, in Russia and Thailand.

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2014 Imola World Superbike Sunday Post-Race Press Releases

Press releases from the World Supersport and World Superbike teams after Sunday's races at Imola:


Rea wins again after dominating race one in Imola

Imola (Italy), Sunday 11 May 2014 - The sun continued to shine at Imola as the first race of the day got underway in front of a large and enthusiastic crowd.

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2014 Imola World Superbike Race Two Result

Nineteen more laps at 23ºC and everyone chose the Pirelli SC0 soft tyre as the warm weather settled down.

Once again, Jonathan Rea on the Honda led two Aprilias into the first turn, but Davide Giugliano took third place behind Sylvain Guintoli off Marco Melandri. Melandri struggled early on in the race, with both Tom Sykes and Chaz Davies passing him by the third lap, and Loris Baz took his scalp on the fifth as Davies, Baz and Melandri drag-raced the length of the straight.

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2014 Imola World Supesport Race Result: Unlucky For Some

The World Supersport race would be seventeen laps on a windy track at 22ºC. 

Jules Cluzel would lead from pole position until Kenan Sofuoglu staked his claim on the victory on the second lap and Lorenzo Zanetti, quick all weekend, got past Cluzel and settled in behind Sofuoglu.

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