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2017 Chang Thailand World Supersport Race Results: Heat Takes Its Toll

The second round without Kenan Sofuoglu and the riders have seventeen laps to take as many points as possible before the reigning champion returns. Overbearing heat and fast wildcards add to the usual challenges of World Supersport racing.

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2017 Chang Thailand World Supersport FP3 Results: Jacobsen Leads Smith And Kraisart In Close Session

PJ Jacobsen was quickest ahead of Kyle Smith and Decha Kraisart with Jules Cluzel one tenth of a second of Jacobsen's pace in fourth place. Alex Baldolini has been declared unfit after a crash in FP2 while Stefan Hill and Luke Stapleford have been withdrawn for technical reasons.

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2017 Chang WorldSBK Friday Press Releases

Press releases from the organizers and teams after the first day at the Chang International Circuit in Thailand:


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Tight at the top in Friday’s Free Practise

MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship riders took to the 34 degree Thai heat for free practise two, as they battled it out for the final spots in Superpole 2, which will take place before Saturday’s opening race at the Chang International Circuit.

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2017 Chang Thailand World Supersport FP2 Results: Smith Continues Charge

With everyone in the top sixteen improving on their morning's times, Superpole qualifying was determined in this session and once again Kyle Smith was quickest, only wildcard Decha Kraisart and Lucas Mahias beat Jules Cluzel this time. 

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2017 Chang Thailand World Supersport FP1 Results: Smith Quickest Ahead Of Cluzel

Kyle Smith and Jules Cluzel put Honda at the top of the timing sheets ahead of local wildcard Decha Kraisart. Kraisart was quickest throughout most of the morning, leading the field for over half the session. Lucas Mahias and PJ Jacobsen were fourth and fifth quickest ahead of Hikari Okubo.

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