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2014 Portimão World Superbike FP3 Results: Rea Grabs Provisional Pole

Jonathan Rea held off the Aprilias of Marco Melandri and Sylvain Guintoli, with Eugene Laverty recording an identical time to Guintoli as the top ten, the ten you'd expect, are all within three tenths of a second. The riders qualified for Superpole One are at least a second off Rea's time, demonstrating a hard divide between SBK and Evo spec bikes.

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2014 Portimão World Superbike FP1 Results: Melandri And Guintoli Lead Laverty And Lowes

The undulating hills of Portimão leveled the field and let the agile Suzukis of Eugene Laverty and Alex Lowes sit behind the fast Aprilias of Marco Melandri and Sylvain Guintoli. Pairs of Kawasakis and Hondas filled the remainder of the top eight.

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2014 Misano World Superbike Sunday Roundup: Favourites Rise At The Halfway Mark

World Superbike at Misano, the seventh round of thirteen, offered a chance for Ducati to finally get a win on the Panigale, and a fairy tale result in Italy would round out the excellent work they did in qualifying.

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2014 Misano World Supersport Race Results: Cool Runnings

Nineteen laps of World Supersport racing under a cooler 26º sun.

Jules Cluzel, from pole position, led the race into the first turn with Kenan Sofuoglu, Michael van der Mark and Raffaele De Rosa behind him. PJ Jacobsen carved through the pack to shuffle into fourth place.

Kenan Sofuoglu faced a challenge from Michael van der Mark but a mistake let PJ Jacobsen through to fight the Turk in his place. Jacobsen and Sofuoglu duelled for a few laps before the New Yorker took second place, 1.3 seconds behind Jules Cluzel six laps in.

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2014 Misano World Superbike Race One Results: Punishing Pace

The World Superbike race was held over 21 laps.

Toni Elias took the lead from the start of the race, but Tom Sykes forced his way to the front on the first lap after fighting off Sylvain Guintoli's advances. On the second lap, Loris Baz was the next person to despatch Elias who later let Guintoli past on his slow journey backwards through the pack.

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2014 Misano World Superbike Saturday Roundup: Farewell To Yakhnich

Misano, or Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli to give it its full name, was missed off last year's calendar, but its inclusion in the 2024 season was a welcome one. The first four qualifying sessions in World Superbike were led by an Italian on an Italian bike, with Davide Giugliano and Marco Melandri sharing the spoils, giving local fans plenty to cheer about.

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2014 Misano World Superbike Superpole Results: Two Clean Sessions

Superpole one, with the top two winning a place in the second superpole session, started in 30º weather.

Toni Elias started the session fastest, setting two fast laps while David Salom and Niccolo Canepa battled for second place. Elias then put in a 1'36.018 followed by a 1'35.961 to ensure the fight was for the remaining promotional place, and that battle was won by Canepa, with Salom having to settle for 13th place on the grid.

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2014 Misano World Superbike FP4 Results: Melandri Continues Italian Dominance

Marco Melandri took the quickest time from Loris Baz, making this the fourth session with an Italian rider on an Italian bike going quickest. Sylvain Guintoli and Tom Sykes were quicker than Davide Giugliano in this untimed session.

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2014 Misano World Supersport FP3 Results: De Rosa Quickest

Raffaele De Rosa and Kenan Sofuoglu traded places at the top spot all morning, but as the session wound down De Rosa claimed the best time ahead of Kenan Sofuoglu and Film Wilairot. Michael van der Mark took fourth place on the third Honda in the top four.

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2014 Misano World Superbike FP3 Results: Giugliano Continues Charge

Davide Giugliano closed the session with a 1'36.125, having fought with Marco Melandri and Sylvain Guintoli for top spot all session. Loris Baz was fourth quickest. Alex Lowes was the factory rider missing out on Superpole two, while Tony Elias scraped through by two hundredths of a second, but his time set in FP2 kept Lowes in Superpole 2.

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