Press releases after Sunday's WorldSBK races at Misano:
WorldSSP standings after Misano:
World Supersport opened with a couple of riders being sent to the back for being too slow on the sighting lap, including Sheridan Morais who suffered a technical difficulty.
World Supersport Superpole times were set in the weird rain-strewn session on Friday, with Sheridan Morais and Ayrton Badovini the two favourites out of the twenty four competing for promotion.
Press releases after the first day of practice at Misano:
#RiminiWorldSBK Day 1: Milwaukee Aprilia duo end Friday on top in Italy
Mixed conditions around Italian track as rain stops play in FP3
Italian fans have something to shout about with Savadori on top to the end of Friday
Two French riders, a German rider and a Swiss rider topped the timing sheets on their Yamahas, ahead of a South African rider on a Kawasaki. Lucas Mahias and Jules Cluzel were separated at the top by less than two tenths of a second, with Sandro Cortese less than a tenth behind, third quickest. Randy Krummenacher, Sheridan Morais and Marco Bussolotti were all around a half a second further back. The quick times disappeared after just fifteen minutes as the rain arrived and everyone slowed down for the remainder of the session.
Federico Caricasulo was the quickest of three Yamahas, ahead of Jules Cluzel and Lucas Mahias, with Raffaele De Rosa on the MV Agusta fourth-quickest.
Press releases previews ahead of this weekend's Misano round of WorldSBK:
Sun, Sea and SBK®
We’re nearing the summer break as WorldSBK heads to Misano with a lot to play for
Press releases from the organizers and teams after Sunday's racing at Brno:
WorldSSP standings after the seventh race of the season: