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2016 Misano World Supersport FP3: Krummenacher Ahead Of Sofuoglu

The Pucetti Racing pair of Randy Krummenacher and Kenan Sofuoglu circled within a tenth of a second of each other with the Swiss rider comong out on top in this untimed session. Federico Caricasulo continued his weekend's strong performance a quarter of a second further back.

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2016 Misano World Superbike FP3: Business As Usual

Jonathan Rea, Chaz Davies and Tom Sykes, the three men at the top of the championship, have the three fastest laps in this untimed session ahead of Davide Giugliano and the Hondas of Nicky Hayden and Michael van der Mark. 

The top seven riders in the championship are in the top seven places, with just a pair of swapped places from their standings. 

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2016 Misano World Supersport FP2: Sofuoglu Fends Off Caricasulo

Kenan Sofuoglu heads to Superpole five hundredths of a second quicker than Federico Caricasulo. Randy Krummenacher was third quickest, even though he couldn't match his time from the morning, with Jules Cluzel in fourth, alongside PJ Jacobsen and Gino Rea on the provisional second row. 

Alex Baldolini and Ayrton Badovini are the two quickest riders outside the top ten, both missing out on automatically qualifying for the second Superpole session by under a hundredth of a second. 

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2016 Misano World Superbike FP2: Hayden In Provisional Pole

Nicky Hayden ended the second timed session with the quickest time ahead of Markus Reiterberger on the BMW and Tom Sykes. Davide Giugliano qualified fourth quickest due to his time from the morning's session, the only rider in the top sixteen not to better his time from the first timed session. 

Lorenzo Savadori and Anthony West are the two favourites to earn promotion into Superpole two. 

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2016 Misano World Superbike FP1: Giugliano Leads Hayden

After a morning dominated by Tom Sykes and Chaz Davies, a different Ducati broke through, with Xavi Fores setting the fastest lap twice before being overtaken by yet another Ducati as Davide Giugliano took control. Nicky Hayden and Tom Sykes were within a quarter of a second of Giugliano's best time.

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2016 Donington World Superbike Superpole Results: Two Riders Missing

Superpole opened under clear English skies, but Alex Lowes wouldn't be competing as he was declared unfit due to the collarbone injury he sustained at Sepang. Sheridan Morais, standing in for Josh Hook, was also declared unfit after a crash yesterday.

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2016 Donington World Supersport FP3 Results: Sofuoglu By Four Tenths

In what looks ominous for the remainder of the weekend, Kenan Sofuoglu was the first and only rider under 1'31, over four tenths quicker than PJ Jacobsen and Luke Stapleford. Gino Rea, quickest overall yesterday, was unable to match his Friday afternoon pace. 

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2016 Donington World Superbike FP3 Results: Sykes Quickest Again

Making it three for three, Tom Sykes was quickest in the Saturday morning untimed session, a quarter of a second ahead of Davide Giugliano. Leon Camier, the pace setter for the first few laps, ended the session third quickest with Nicky Hayden just four thousandths of a second off his pace. Chaz Davies, on a rebuilt bike after yesterday's fire, was fifth quickest ahead of Jonathan Rea whose Kawasaki broke down near the end of the session. 

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2016 Donington World Supersport FP2 Results: Gino Rea On Top

Gino Rea fended off Randy Krummenacher and Kenan Sofuoglu to head onto tomorrow's Superpole two on top. Krummenacher put in a late lap to steal second place from Sofuoglu who was quickest for most of the session until Luke Stapleford and then Rea deposed the champion. Stapleford, 2015 British Supersport champion, ended the session fourth quickest. 

Jules Cluzel ended Friday thirteenth quickest, behind Superpole one favourites Alex Baldolini and Roberto Rolfo.

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