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2017 Jerez World Superbike Race One Results: The Battle For Second Begins Here

One lap into the race, Raffaele Re Rosa and Ayrton Badovini both crashed out at turn six and a red flag was brought out. A nineteen lap race would start after the quick start procedure and the fight for second place in the championship would begin anew.

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2017 Jerez World Supersport FP2 Results: Mahias And Cluzel Continue Their Fight

Lucas Mahias and Jules Cluzel were once again paired at the top, as the top eleven riders improved on their morning's time. Gino Rea will start Superpole One as the favourite to qualify for Superpole Two, having qualified in eleventh place alongside Kyle Smith.

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2017 Jerez World Superbike FP2 Results: Rea Continues Dominance In Spite Of Crash

Jonathan Rea was quickest in the afternoon's session, even though he was unable to better his morning's time, crashing out early in the session, missing forty minutes before his team could get his Kawasaki rebuilt in time for him to set his fast time. Tom Sykes did improve, however and, along with Michael van der Mark who produced an almost identical fast lap, he squeezed onto the provisional front row. Sylvain Guintoli qualified for Superpole Two, ninth quickest, ahead of Chaz Davies, while Leon Camier had to settle for eleventh place, as the favourite to advance from Superpole One.

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2017 Jerez World Superbike FP1 Results: Rea Leads Lowes, Melandri, Laverty

Jonarthan Rea put in a late fast lap to take the morning's top spot with Alex Lowes, Marco Melandri and Eugene Laverty six tenths of a second behind him. Sylvain Guintoli, riding Krummenacher's Kawasaki for the weekend, was thirteenth quickest.

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2017 Magny-Cours World Supersport Race Results: A Throne Without A King

Kenan Sofuoglu will not be competing in this race, having fractured his hip in yesterday's Superpole two session. It is unlikely he will be able to fight for his sixth title in the remaining two rounds after this weekend, either. The grid lined up without him, everyone behind his third place moving up a spot and the weather threatened to make things interesting, as the start was declared dry while clouds licked around the edges of the track.

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2017 Magny-Cours World Superbike Race One Results: At Least The Rain Stopped

Magny-Cours was cold and wet as Jonathan Rea set out to try to retain his title and become the first rider to ever win three World Superbike titles in a row. Rea needed to score five points more than Tom Sykes and be within ten points of Chaz Davies to hoist the trophy. A win would guarantee it.

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