World Supersport's second race of the weekend was seventeen laps of Catalunya with the title up for grabs for the second time this weekend.
World Supersport standings after the first race in Barcelona:
After the threat of rain, World Supersport would start on a dry track, and Andrea Locatelli could take the title with a win.
Raffaele De Rosa entered World Supersport Superpole knowing his qualifying wouldn't change his grid position as he would start the race from the pit lane as a penalty for crashing into Jules Cluzel last time out.
As track conditions improved, after a damp Superbike session, Isaac Viñales went quickest in the afternoon's session, ahead of Lucas Mahias, but nobody was able to improve on their morning's dry times.
Lucas Mahias was quickest, ahead of Isaac Viñales and Philipp Oettl with Andrea Locatelli fourth quickest. Locatelli is seventy nine points ahead of the absent Jules Cluzel and one hundred and six clear of Lucas Mahias, and two victories this weekend will get him his first World Supersport title.
World Supersport standings after the second race of the double header at Aragon:
World Supersport started with the same grid as race one, with championship leader Andrea Locatelli benefitting from his rivals being sent to the second row of the grid. Fifteen laps would not pass without incident.
World Supersport standings after the first race of the second weekend at Aragon:
World Supersport lined up for their third fifteen lap race around Motorland Aragon, but Jules Cluzel and Lucas Mahias were penalised places for not slowing for a yellow flag in Superpole as more circumstances landed in favour of Championship leader Andrea Locatelli.