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2018 Misano World Superbike FP3 Results: Rain Halts Play

Although the rain did eventually stop and the sun did indeed come out, the track remained damp enough for nobody to bother trying to put in a quick lap, with most riders sitting in their garages, chatting to their teams the entire session. Only Leandro Mercado and Jordi Torres recorded a lap time, putting the results from Free Practice two forward as the qualifying times for tomorrow's Superpole.

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2018 Misano World Supersport FP2 Results: Mahias Leads Cluzel Before Rain

Two French riders, a German rider and a Swiss rider topped the timing sheets on their Yamahas, ahead of a South African rider on a Kawasaki. Lucas Mahias and Jules Cluzel were separated at the top by less than two tenths of a second, with Sandro Cortese less than a tenth behind, third quickest. Randy Krummenacher, Sheridan Morais and Marco Bussolotti were all around a half a second further back. The quick times disappeared after just fifteen minutes as the rain arrived and everyone slowed down for the remainder of the session.

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2018 Misano World Superbike FP2 Results: Aprilia On Top As Savadori Leads Laverty

Milwaukee Aprilia teammates Lorenzo Savadori and Eugene Laverty ended the session quickest, ahead of Jonathan Rea and Loris Baz as all of the top seventeen riders improved on their morning's times. Leon Camier, sixth quickest, debuted Honda's new wider body kit, designed to keep the wind off his long legs.

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2018 Misano World Superbike FP1 Results: Rea Quickest First

Jonathan Rea set the fastest time in the morning's timed session, briefly ceding the top spot for five minutes to his teammate Tom Sykes early on in the session only to set progressively quicker laps throughout the remainder of the session. Alex Lowes sneaked into second place towards the end of the session, pushing Marco Melandri down to third quickest ahead of a resurgent Leon Camier. Tom Sykes, in fifth place, was the only other rider within half a second of Rea's quickest time with Chaz Davies and Loris Baz within two-thirds of a second sixth and seventh quickest respectively.

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2018 Laguna Seca World Superbike Race Two Results: Does The Reverse Grid Finally Make A Difference?

Missing Toprak Razgatlioglu, after he was ruled out of the race with a broken toe after his crash at the corkscrew, the race had nineteen riders racing twenty five laps of the short left-handed circuit. The military-themed anthem was performed by a singer backed by a brass band, because America. 

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2018 Laguna Seca World Superbike Race One Results: Attrition At The Back

World Superbike race one at Laguna Seca took place on a sunny day in California, with a bunch of tin whistlers leading an anthem singer in typical American style. The anti-clockwise track is one of the shorter ones on the calendar and it lacks long straights, limiting the top speed to under 260km/h.

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2018 Laguna Seca World Superbike Superpole Results: The Corkscrew Plays Its Part

Superpole One was contested by ten riders, including wildcard Josh Herrin. Michael van der Mark and Loris Baz were the favourites for promotion going into the session, having qualified eleventh and twelfth quickest respectively.

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2018 Laguna Seca World Superbike FP3 Results: Rea Quickest Before Crash

Jonathan Rea ended the session and the day quickest, in spite of an early crash in this last session. Marco Melandri improved on his earlier time to go second quickest, qualifying for Superpole two ahead of Tom Sykes. 

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