Latest World Superbike Results

2018 Motorland Aragon World Supersport Superpole Results: Yamaha Dominance Expected

World Supersport Superpole one was delayed a few minutes by the red flag in World Superbike. Rob Hartog and Niki Tuuli were the two favourites for the top two qualifying spots in Superpole one. After unusual conditions yesterday, Yamahas held the five quickest qualifying times.

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2018 Motorland Aragon World Superbike Race One Results: Red Flag And A Seventeen Lap Restart

The eighteen lap World Superbike was red-flagged after three laps, after a crash involving Leon Camier, Lorenzo Savadori and Jordi Torres. Leon Camier was taken to the medical centre. Lorenzo Savadori was the only rider to make the seventeen lap restart. Vladimir Leonov missed the first start due to his bike not being ready after a crash in qualifying and didn't make the restart. PJ Jacobsen started from the back of the grid as he didn't make the sighting lap for the quick restart. 

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2018 Motorland Aragon World Superbike FP3 Results: Limited Adhesion Limits Progress

Jordi Torres was quickest in a session where it started raining before anyone put in a properly quick lap. Leon Camier was able to get himself into Superpole two, though, knocking Michael Ruben Rinaldi down into Superpole one. Marco Melandri ended the day on top, with his quickest time in the second session proving to be the overall fastest of the day.

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2018 Motorland Aragon World Supersport FP2 Results: Krummenacher Pips Mahias In Dry Session

As the weather was much more conducive to fast riding, the laptimes were significantly better than in this morning's session. Lucas Mahias looked like he would end the session quickest but was just beaten by Randy Krummenacher. Sandro Cortese, Federico Caricasulo and Jules Cluzel made it an all-Yamaha top-five, and unlike this morning, all riders were within the 107% of the fastest lap required to qualify.

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2018 Motorland Aragon World Supersport FP1 Results: Cluzel Leads Mahias

With tricky conditions continuing, only the first nineteen riders were within 107% of Jules Cluzel's time with fellow Frenchman joining him as the only other rider recording a laptime under two minutes. Federico Caricasulo was two seconds off the quickest time in third place.

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2018 Motorland Aragon World Superbike FP1 Results: Rea Quickest On A Damp Track

In the first European round of the season, with a drying track after a wet morning, Kawasaki's Jonathan Rea opens the weekend with the quickest time, over half a second quicker than Marco Melandri on the Ducati and Leon Camier on the Honda. Michael Ruben Rinaldi, a one event rider with the Aruba IT Racing junior team, was fourth quickest.

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2018 Chang Thailand World Superbike Race Two Results: Of Seat Pads And Rear Ends

Twenty laps at high speed through an oppressive Thai heat, World Superbike's second race of the weekend would use the reverse grid set by the results of the first race at the Chang International Circuit, Buriram. 

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