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2018 Magny-Cours World Superbike FP3 Results: Rea Quickest As Yamahas Improve

Jonathan Rea, unable to improve on his quickest time from this morning, ended the day in provisional pole position. Alex Lowes and Michael van der Mark were able to improve on their earlier times and ended the session second and fourth quickest, with Tom Sykes third quickest this session second quickest overall. In what looks ominous, Chaz Davies was once again, not the quickest Ducati, this time sitting below Michael Ruben Rinaldi rather than this morning's Xavi Fores, although all four Ducatis were within twenty four thousandths of a second adter a day of qualifying.

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2018 Magny-Cours World Supersport FP2 Results: Cluzel And Mahias On Top At Home

Jules Cluzel and Lucas Mahias, within a quarter of a second of each other, headed a six-Yahama pack ahead of Raffaele Dr Rosa, seventh quickest on his MV Agusta. Kyle Smith, thirteenth quickest this session, relied on his morning's time to put him in the top ten to automatically qualify for tomorrow's Superpole two session. Hannes Soomer and Ayrton Badovini, eleventh and twelfth overall, are the favourite two riders to advance from the Superpole one session.

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2018 Magny-Cours World Superbike FP1 Results: Rea And Sykes Quickest

Jonathan Rea, hoping to tie up his fourth successive World Superbike title this weekend, was quickest ahead of his Kawasaki teammate Tom Sykes and the Yamaha pairing of Michael van der Mark and Alex Lowes. Lorenzo Savadori was fifth quickest on his Aprilia while Xavi Fores was the quickest Ducati in sizth place.

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2018 Portimao World Supersport Race Results: Wait, What?

World Superport round ten of thirteen opened with Sandro Cortese five points ahead of Jules Cluzel and the top six all within thirty five points. Five of the top six challengers are on a Yamaha R6 and seventh placed Ant West is over fifty points off the top six, eighty seven points off the title leader, and won't be taking part this weekend. 

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2018 Portimao World Superbike Superpole Results: Clouds Help Pace

The new World Superbike schedule started under a cloudy Portimao after a Friday dominated by Jonathan Rea. The Superpole one favourites to advance were Loris Baz and Leon Camier, but the presence of Chaz Davies, bouncing back from injury, in the ten riders aiming to get through to Superpole two meant nothing was a given. 

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2018 Portimao World Superbike FP3 Results: Melandri Tops Session

Marco Melandri was quickest this session, cementing his entry into Superpole two. Jonathan Rea was second-quickest, but in spite of a fall in Free Practice two, he ends the day in provisional pole position as the only rider to break the 1'41 barrier. Loris Baz and Leon Camier head to Superpole one as the favourites to advance to Superpole two.

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2018 Portimao World Superbike FP2 Results: Rea Quickest Again

Marco Melandri improved on his morning's time, second quickest behind Jonathan Rea, pushing him up to third-quickest overall, behond Jordi Torres's quick time from free practice one. Lorenzo Savadori, ninth quickest overall, was the only other rider in the top ten to improve on his morning's time.

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2018 Portimao World Supersport FP1 Results: Caricasulo And Mahias On Top

A familiar group of Yamahas topped the morning's results, with Federico Caricasulo and Lucas Mahias heading a group of five Yamahas including Randy Krummenacher, Sandro Cortese and Jules Cluzel. Kyle Smith on the Honda and Ayrton Badovini on the MV Agusta were the only non-Yamahas within a second of Caricasulo's best time.

Ant West didn't compete due to a failed anti-doping test

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2018 Portimao World Superbike FP1 Results: Rea Leads Torres

In the return from the long summer break, Jonathan Rea returned to the top of the timing sheet, over half a second quicker than Jordi Torres. Torres was over three tenths of a second quicker than everyone else on his MV Agusta, with Rea's Kawasaki teammate Tom Sykes third quickest and Xavi Fores quickest Ducati in fourth. 

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