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2016 Aragon World Supersport Superpole Results: The FIM Europe Supersport Cup Joins In

Twenty five riders fought in Superpole One, the first qualifying where the World Supersport contenders were joined by the ESS riders competing for the European-round-only FIM Europe Supersport Cup. The two championships run alongside each other at all the European rounds, and ESS competitors get world championship points.

2016 Aragon World Superbike FP2 Results: Sykes Holds Off Davies

With Superpole entry decided with the two one-hour sessions on Friday, getting up to speed quickly is more important than last year, and all but one rider, Karel Abraham, improved on their morning's times to determine which session they qualify in tomorrow. Tom Sykes was quickest, almost a second quicker than Chaz Davies's time set in the first hour, with Davies and Michael van der Mark completing the provisional front row. Lorenzo Savadori, reigning FIM Superstock 1000 champion, was an impressive fifth quickest, between Davide Giugliano and Jonathan Rea on the provisional second row.

2016 Aragon World Supersport FP1 Results: Cluzel Quickest In Red-Flagged Session

Red flags were brought out with just over nine minutes remaining and Kyle Ryde and Glenn Scott were taken to the medical centre after crashing at turn two. After the restart, Jules Cluzel set the fastest time three times before the session ended, with Randy Krummenacher, Kenan Sofuoglu and PJ Jacobsen also putting in their fastest times before the flag came out. Glenn Scott was taken to Alcaniz Hospital for a left tibia open fracture.


2016 Aragon World Superbike FP1 Results: Davies Holds Off Hondas

Chaz Davies opens the first European round of World Superbike with the quickest lap on his Ducati Panigale ahead of the Hondas of Nicky Hayden and Michael van der Mark. Jonathan Rea and Alex Lowes make it four manufacterers in the top five quickest bikes while the BMW and Aprilia of Jordi Torres and Alex De Angelis fight it out for the top speed in tenth and eighteenth respectively.