World Supersport

2017 Philip Island World Supersport Race Results: Red Flag Gives Exciting Ten Lap Sprint

The opening race of the World Supersport series was not without incident as several riders crashed in isolated incidents in the first three laps and was stopped when Robin Mulhauser's Honda flipped end over end and deposited a touch of oil and carbon fibre shrapnel across the track. The race was cut down from fifteen to ten laps and the restart would use the Superpole grid as opposed to track position as too few laps were completed for anything to count. A quick restart procedure put a mechanic out with each rider but none of the usual fanfare or unnecessary latex clad brolly dollies.

2017 Philip Island World Supersport Superpole Results: Fast Last Sector

PJ Jacobsen as dominated qualifying up to now, with only Jules Cluzel getting close enough to worry the American's times and Kenan Sofuoglu absent for the first two rounds. Michael Canducci and Christian Gamarino were the quickest Superpole one riders going into qualifying and would have twelve other riders to beat to qualify for the second session.

2017 Phillip Island WorldSBK Friday Post-Practice Press Releases

Press releases from the series organizer and some of the teams after the first day of practice at Phillip Island:


Phillip Island Day One
Davies Friday's fastest at Phillip Island
Ducati rider takes opening honours

Chaz Davies (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati) was Friday’s fastest participant at the season-opening Yamaha Finance Australian Round, with the Welshman topping the combined FP1 and FP2 timesheets courtesy of a 1’30.189 best time from the morning.

2017 Philip Island World Supersport FP1 Results: Jacobsen Quickest By Over Half A Second

With reigning champion Kenan Sofuoglu missing the first two rounds due to an injured wrist, PJ Jacobsen rose to the challenge on the MV Agusta and was over half a second quicker than Federico Caricasulo and Lucas Mahias, both on Yamahas, and Roberto Rolfo on an MV Agusta. A further half second back, Ayrton Badovini held off Honda-mounted Jules Cluzel.  

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2017 Phillip Island WSBK Test Press Releases

Press releases from the World Superbike and World Supersport teams after the last preseason test before the season opener at Phillip Island:


Rea ends on top as Official Phillip Island test concludes

Final session for WorldSBK before season gets underway

Basking in the summer sun at the stunning Phillip Island Grand Prix circuit, MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship riders were able to take advantage of the four hours they have out on track, following a disrupted day on Monday before the opening round of the season commences in three days time.

2017 Phillip Island WSBK Test, Day 2: Rea, Jacobsen Fastest

Jonathan Rea has topped the final World Superbike test of the 2017 preseason, a few days before the season kicks off in earnest at Phillip Island. The reigning champion was fastest in the morning session, though he had to cede top spot to Marco Melandri in the afternoon. But the Kawasaki man had gone fast enough in the morning to just edge the Ducati of Melandri, and end the test as fastest overall.

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