The Jerez circuit has a busy week or so ahead of it. On Thursday and Friday, the Moto2 and Moto3 teams are testing there, then from Monday to Friday, there is a combined MotoGP and WorldSBK test at the Spanish circuit.
Press releases from this weekend's WorldSBK round at Jerez:
Double Jerez win sealed by Champion Rea
KRT man wraps up a successful Round 12 in Spain with another win and is joined on podium by Ducati pair Melandri and Davies
WorldSBK standings after the penultimate round of the championship at Jerez:
WorldSSP standings after the penultimate round of the championship at Jerez:
World Superbike race two mirrored the Saturday race with a red flag in the first lap and a restarted nineteen lap race.
With Kenan Sofuoglu missing this weekend, the title could be decided this race, with Lucas Mahias needing to end the race 25 points clear of Sofuoglu to lift the trophy.
World Supersport Superpole One started ten minutes late after the red flag in the World Superbike race added a short delay. Kenan Sofuoglu was unable to take part this weekend, leaving the championship fight up to Lucas Mahias and Sheridan Morais.
WorldSBK standings after the first thrilling race at Jerez:
One lap into the race, Raffaele Re Rosa and Ayrton Badovini both crashed out at turn six and a red flag was brought out. A nineteen lap race would start after the quick start procedure and the fight for second place in the championship would begin anew.
The morning was laden with fog, but cancelling the World Superstock untimed session got the schedule back on track. Tom Sykes would be trying to match Troy Corser's Superpole record of 43 pole positions.