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2016 Laguna Seca World Superbike Race Two Results: Rocket's Red Glare, Race's Red Flag

Race two started with Tom Sykes leading Davide Giugliano, Jonathan Rea, Chaz Davies and Nicky Hayden but was halted after six laps after a red flag. The restart would be twenty one laps.

Report and results follow:

2016 Laguna Seca World Superbike Race One Results: O! Say Can You See

The United States always make a patriotic meal of their sporting events, with their military usually paying to take part in whatever opening ceremonies they hold, but Nicky Hayden was the centre of attention; he wore a helmet saying "The creature is back to Laguna" but would the Kentucky Kid stand a chance against the current crop of Superbike racers?

Report and results follow:

2016 Laguna Seca World Superbike FP2 Results: Davies And Rea Take Command

Chaz Davies was quickest while Jonathan Rea had to settle for second-best within a tenth of a second. Nicky Hayden was third quickest, holding off Tom Sykes by under three hundredths of a second. Alex Lowes was unable to match his morning's pace but his morning's time was good enough to get him through to Superpole two.

Michael van der Mark and Alex De Angelis missed out on advancing to the second session but are the two favourites to get promoted from Superpole one.


2016 Laguna Seca World Superbike FP1 Results: Lowes Fends Off Davies and Rea

Alex Lowes opens the weekend with the fastest time as the red flag came out with a few minutes remaining. Chaz Davies and Jonathan Rea were within under a tenth of a second, ahead of the Hondas of Michael van der Mark and the American Nicky Hayden.


2016 Misano World Superbike Test: Sykes Fastest After Weather Clears

Tom Sykes topped the timesheets at the World Superbike test on Monday, the Kawasaki man smashing the race lap record held by his teammate Jonathan Rea. Rea was second, as the pair focused on suspension and electronics settings. Davide Giugliano ended the day in third on the Ducati Panigale R, the Ducati rider spending his time testing tires for Pirelli.

2016 Misano World Supersport FP3: Krummenacher Ahead Of Sofuoglu

The Pucetti Racing pair of Randy Krummenacher and Kenan Sofuoglu circled within a tenth of a second of each other with the Swiss rider comong out on top in this untimed session. Federico Caricasulo continued his weekend's strong performance a quarter of a second further back.


2016 Misano World Superbike FP3: Business As Usual

Jonathan Rea, Chaz Davies and Tom Sykes, the three men at the top of the championship, have the three fastest laps in this untimed session ahead of Davide Giugliano and the Hondas of Nicky Hayden and Michael van der Mark. 

The top seven riders in the championship are in the top seven places, with just a pair of swapped places from their standings. 


2016 Misano World Supersport FP2: Sofuoglu Fends Off Caricasulo

Kenan Sofuoglu heads to Superpole five hundredths of a second quicker than Federico Caricasulo. Randy Krummenacher was third quickest, even though he couldn't match his time from the morning, with Jules Cluzel in fourth, alongside PJ Jacobsen and Gino Rea on the provisional second row. 

Alex Baldolini and Ayrton Badovini are the two quickest riders outside the top ten, both missing out on automatically qualifying for the second Superpole session by under a hundredth of a second.