Press releases from the series organizers and the teams after Sunday's races at Misano:
Kenan Sofuoglu leads the championship by 40 points going into this race, with only four rounds left after this weekend, but MV Agusta turned up with a new paint job so who knows how Jules Cluzel's fortune can change?
With PJ Jacobsen being the cat amongst the pigeons of Kenan Sofuoglu and Jules Cluzel, the front row appeared to be easy to predict, even if the order were not.
Press releases after qualifying at Misano from the teams and series organizers:
Enjoying his switch to Honda, PJ Jacobsen hit within four hundredths of a second of the outright fastest lap, ahead of Kenan Sofuoglu and Jules Cluzel. Kyle Smith, Gino Rea and Lorenzo Zanetti all maintain their top-6 pace as the provisional second row.
Press releases after the first day of practice at Misano:
PJ Jacobsen and Jules CLuzel both posted a 1'38.569, eight tenths of e second quicker than Kenan Sofuoglu and within thirteen hundredths of the qualifying record here. Kyle Smith and Gino Rea held off Lorenzo Zanetti over half a second further back.
Kenan Sofuoglu set the quickest time ahead of Kyle Smith and Lorenzo Zanetti. Sofuoglu's best time was within six tenths of the fastest time around this track, set in 2010 by Michele Pirro.
Press releases from the series organizers and World Superbike and World Supersport teams ahead of this weekend's WSBK round at Misano:
Press releases from the series organizers and the World Superbike and World Supersport teams after the Portuguese round of WSBK:
Both men having won here before, and the weather having dried up, the battle between Jules Cluzel and Kenan Sofuoglu would continue unabated for 18 laps at the Algarve Circuit. Sofuoglu would be hunting a record-breaking fifth win in a row, while Cluzel would just be looking to get his title challenge back on track.
Press releases from the series organizers and teams after qualifying for tomorrow's World Superbike round at Portimao:
World Supersport qualifying was marred by a red flag as oil was dumped on the racing line halfway through, but it didn't stop the qualifying from coming down to the usual suspects.