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2017 Lausitzring World Supersport FP2 Results: Morais Quickest, Cluzel Remains On Top

In the second session, in drying conditions, Niki Tuuli and Gino Rea were the only riders in the top ten to improve on their morning's times, leaving Jules Cluzel at the top, ahead of Sheridan Morais, quickest in the tricky second session, and Lucas Mahias. 

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2017 Lausitzring World Superbike FP2 Results: Sykes And Rea Still Quickest In Red-Flagged Thunderstorm

Tom Sykes improved on his record-setting morning's pace with a 1'37.172 just six minutes into the session, but the second free practice was interrupted when Alex Lowes's Yamaha blew up an engine, spreading oil over turns eleven to thirteen almost halfway through the session. Lowes was in tenth place and a long repair would alomst certainly rule him out of qualifying for Superpole two. And then the weather turned up, delaying the restart even further and saving Lowes's place.

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2017 Lausitzring World Supersport FP1 Results: Cluzel Leads Morais And Mahias

Jules Cluzel was the quickest of the four riders under 1'42, ahead of Sheridan Morais, Lucas Mahias and Kenan Sofuoglu. Federico Caricasulo was the quickest man for ten munites, until Kenan Sofuoglu deposed him with the first 1'41 lap of the day.

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2017 Lausitzring World Superbike FP1 Results: Sykes And Rea Quickest

Tom Sykes set an early fast lap, taking control at the top just fifteen minutes in, to claim the top spot while his Kawasaki teammate Jonathan Rea waited until the chequered flag to force his way into second place, demoting Ducati's Chaz Davies to third place. Marcus Reiterberger, returning as a wildcard, was sixth quickest on the BMW and Davide Giugliano, making a return to World Superbike, slipped down to seventeenth quickest on the Red Bull Honda Fireblade, in spite of a good showing in the early part of the session.

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2017 Laguna Seca World Superbike Race One Results: A Punishing Pace Throughout

The weather in California was hot and sunny as the riders listened to the American national anthem before the twenty-five lap race. The Ducatis of Chaz Davies and Marco Melandri were coloured in the new “Final Edition” Panigale colours.

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