Press releases from the teams after Sunday's thrilling World Superbike races at Assen:
World Supersport gave us the fight we were hoping for and the drama we have come to expect.
Heading into Superpole, Chaz Davies had the quickest time and it was set in the afternoon on Friday, where track conditions would be similar to those in Superpole. Fresh from a win last weekend, Davies would be looking for a front row start to best allow him to stay with the other fast men.
Press releases from the World Superbike teams after qualifying at Assen:
World Supersport qualifying took place with the top men battling for the front row.
After a Friday of Jules Cluzel dominating, Kenan Sofuoglu opens today with a quickest lap of 1'38.553 while Cluzel was beaten to second-quickest by PJ Jacobsen.
Press releases from the series organizer and some of the World Superbike and World Supersport teams after the first day of practice in Assen:
The morning's quickest three riders remain the quickest, with Jules Cluzel and Kenan Sofuoglu beating out PJ Jacobsen.
Jules Cluzel and Kenan Sofuoglu lead the way, with PJ Jacobsen close behind.
Press release previews from the organizers and some of the teams ahead of this weekend's round of World Superbikes. Includes Pata Honda documentary of Michael van der Mark:
Press releases after Sunday's WSBK round at Aragon:
Sixteen laps of Motorland Aragon without weather interrupting proceedings.
World Supersport qualifying took place in 19°C weather with no major incidents.