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2017 Imola World Superbike FP2 Results: Davies On Top

Chaz Davies heads to Superpole as the quickest rider, ahead of the Kawasakis of Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes. Davies' teammate Marco Melandri was fourth quickest. Eleventh quickest in this session, Michael van der Mark will be relying on his morning's time to qualify him straight into Superpole two. Jordi Torres and Nicky Hayden are the two quickest riders to compete in Superpole one.

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2017 Imola World Supersport FP1 Results: Caricasulo Leads Cluzel And Sofuoglu

The top five riders were all within a quarter of a second of Federico Caricasulo's quickest time, with Jules Cluzel and Kenan Sofuoglu fending off championship leader Lucas Mahias and Sheridan Morais. PJ Jacobsen is a quarter of a second further back in sixth place, making it four manufacturers in the top six spots.

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2017 Imola World Superbike FP1 Results: Rea And Davies And Sykes And Melandri

The Imola weekend opened with the five fastest riders being on a Kawasaki or Ducati as the two marques continue their dominance. Jonathan Rea was a quarter second quicker than Chaz Davies and Tom Sykes, the second- and third-placed riders sharing identical quickest times, ahead of Marco Melandri. Xavi Fores, the third man on a Ducati, was over half a second off fourth place. 

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2017 Assen World Superbike Superpole Results: Hot Laps, Hot Tempers

Superpole one was contested by eleven riders, vying for two places to compete in Superpole two, with Randy Krummenacher and Xavi Fores in the two favourite spots. Superpole two ended in riders arguing in Parc Fermé.

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2017 Assen World Superbike FP3 Results: Rea Quickest Again

In the morning's untimed session, Jonathan Rea approached Loris Baz's outright lap record as the only man to get under 1'35, over eight tenths of a second quicker than his teammate, second quickest Tom Sykes. Chaz Davies, third quickest, is the only other rider within a second of Rea's time. 

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2017 Assen World Supersport FP2 Results: Sofuoglu Takes Over

With PJ Jacobsen unable to better his morning's time, the only rider in the top twenty not able to do so, Kenan Sofuoglu took over at the top with the first sub-1'39 lap of the weekend. Federico Caricasulo sat in third place overall, second quickest this session. 

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2017 Assen World Superbike FP2 Results: Rea, Davies And Sykes At The Top

Jonathan Rea ran two extended runs, the second being an eighteen lap charge within which he set the fastest lap. Chaz Davies also took advantage of the lack of rain for a twelve lap run while Tom Sykes continued to chase settings ahead of tomorrow's Superpole and race. 

Michael van der Mark wasn't able to improve on his morning's time, but his early lap was good enough to qualify him for Superpole two. Marco Melandri improved on his time, but remained in tenth place. 

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2017 Assen World Supersport FP1 Results: Jacobsen and Sofuoglu Clear Off

PJ Jacobsen and Kenan Sofuoglu got the most out of the morning's hour long session, with everyone from fourth place and back being over a second off the pace. Lucas Mahias was the only other rider to get within a second of Jacobsen's quick time, almost three quarters of a second behind the quick pair.

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2017 Assen World Superbike FP1 Results: Sykes Leads Rea And Davies

Tom Sykes opened the weekend with the quickest time, ahead of Chaz Davies and Jonathan Rea while local man Michael van der Mark was fourth quickest. With rain feared for this afternoon, getting into the top ten in this first hour was important for Superpole tomorrow and Marco Melandri nearly missed out, with Alex Lowes crashing out of a lap that would have kept Melandri outside the top ten. 

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2017 Aragon WorldSBK Official Test Times: Sykes Fastest The Day After

The day after the first European round for the WorldSBK series, the riders were back in the saddle, for the first in-season official test of the year. Monday at Aragon carried on much as Saturday and Sunday had finished, with three of the four podium scorers setting the fastest times of the test.

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