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2016 Chang Thailand World Supersport FP2 Results: Wiliarot Quickest At Home

Film Wilairot set the quickest time in a session that was almost universally quicker than this morning's, with only two riders at the bottom of the list not improving their times. Kenan Sofuoglu reversed his morning's fortunes with the second-quickest time ahead of Jules Cluzel and Gino Rea who also made a noted improvement.

The top ten riders qualified for tomorrow's Superpole Two session, while the remainder of the field will have to fight it out for the remaining two spots.

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2016 Chang Thailand World Superbike FP2 Results: Van Der Mark Leads Into Superpole

The second session was much faster with everyone improving on their morning's times. Michael van der Mark was quickest ahead of Sylvain Guintoli. As Friday now determines Superpole qualifying, this quicker session determined which session riders qualified for, with Josh Brookes and this morning's pace-setter Leon Camier just missing out on automatically qualifying for Superpole Two. 

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2016 Chang Thailand World Supersport FP1 Results: Newcomer Krummenacher Leads Wildcard Wiliarot

Series rookie Randy Krummenacher held off last year's race winner Film Wilairot who returned as a wildcard after being dropped by his team last year. PJ Jacobsen, Jules Cluzel and Kyle Smith rounded out the top five, all under six tenths of the quickest lap. Champion Kenan Sofuoglu languished in thirteenth place.

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2016 Phillip Island World Superbike Race Two Results: A New Day

World Superbike race two would be like every other race so far, a close-fought battle with thrills and spills.

Tom Sykes hit the apex at turn one first, with his teammate Jonathan Rea right behind him. Davide Giugliano, Michael van der Mark and Alex Lowes followed. Rea and Sykes swapped back and forth on the first lap and Lowes pushed to fourth place, before drifting off line at Lukey Heights and dropping back to fifteenth place.

2016 Phillip Island World Supersport Race Results: Constant Affray

The World Supersport race would be 18 laps of the tyre-chewing Phillip Island circuit.

PJ Jacobsen led into turn one, followed by Jules Cluzel, charging though from eighth place on the grid, and kenan Sofuoglu. Sofuoglu quickly took second place then first. Further back, Lorenzo Zanetti had a tank slapper and clipped Anthony West, but both riders stayed upright and heading in the right direction.

2016 Phillip Island World Superbike Race One Results: How Close Do You Like It?

The first ever World Superbike race held on a Saturday would be twenty two one-and-a-half minute laps of Phillip Island in Australia, the fiftieth race held on this track.

The Kawasakis of Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes took to the front ahead of Chaz Davies, Michael van der Mark and Davide Giugliano. Alex Lowes, Nicky Hayden and Sylvain Guintoli were on the back of them, becoming an eight bike group after dropping Lorenzo Savadori off the back.

2016 Phillip Island World Supersport Superpole Results: The More It Changes …

World Supersport gets its first Superpole qualifying, with seventeen riders taking part in the first session.

Australian Anthony West, usually known for his wet weather skill, was the first rider to take the top spot, with a 1'34.526. Federico Caricasulo knocked him down a place the lap after. Much like the Superbike sessions, everyone pitted in midway to change tyres, but unlike the big bikes, riders still huddled together for warmth on track, tripping each other up looking for a tow.

2016 Phillip Island World Superbike Superpole Results: Everyone Gets A Go

Superpole one had thirteen of the slower fourteen riders taking part, missing only Toprak Razgatlioglu who broke his leg in his FP2 crash.

Alex Lowes set an early fast lap of 1'31.452 on his new Yamaha YZF-R1 and beat it the lap after with a 1'30.976, over a second quicker than Jordi Torres in second place, before everyone came in to change tyres.

Xavi Fores took second place from Torres, but Torres took it back almost immediately. Josh Brookes was fourth quickest and hit traffic on his last lap and was unable to improve.

2016 Phillip Island World Superbike FP3 Results: Rea Quickest

Reigning champion Jonathan Rea was quickest in the untimed session before Superpole, with Chaz Davies under two tenths slower. Michael van der Mark, Tom Sykes and Nicky Hayden were all within four tenths of the quickest time. Both Alex De Angelis and Mike Jones were referred to the medical centre after separate crashes. Sylvain Guintoli set out, but didn't record a complete lap.

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2016 Phillip Island World Supersport FP2 Results: Krummenacher Quickest In Slower Session

With a brief red flag for track conditions, only two riders in the top ten were able to improve their times from the morning. Randy Krummenacher was quickest in the second session, but was unable to catch the times set by his teammate Kenan Sofuoglu or his rival Jules Cluzel. Sofuoglu didn't record a single laptime while Cluzel managed only six laps before being taken to the medical centre after a crash. 

PJ Jacobsen was the only other rider in the top ten to improve on his morning's time, third quickest in this session making him sixth quickest overall.

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2016 Phillip Island World Superbike FP2 Results: Guintoli And Van Der Mark Hold Off Kawasakis

In the extended second session Sylvain Guintoli continues to impress on the Yamaha, holding off Michael van der Mark and the Kawasakis of Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes for the fastest lap of the day. Leon Camier and Nicky Hayden took impressive fifth and sixth places, continuing their strong pace from the morning session.

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2016 Phillip Island World Supersport FP1 Results: Sofuoglu And Cluzel Carry On Rivalry

The top two slots are, unsurprisingly, taken by the arch-rivals from last year, with Kenan Sofuoglu ahead of Jules Cluzel. Randy Krummenacher, fresh from five years in Moto2, posted consistent quick laps, holding off Lorenzo Zanetti for the third quickest time. Kyle Ryde, third place last year as a wild card at Donington, was fifth quiclest. PJ Jacobsen, sensational last year after taking over Film Wilairot's Honda, could only muster seventh quickest behind Alex Baldolini on a customer MV Agusta.

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2016 Phillip Island World Superbike FP1 Results: Sykes Starts 2016 On Top

The first flying lap of the year was the always eager Jonathan Rea, but it was his teammate Tom Sykes who ended the session on top, with Sylvain Guintoli and Rea within a tenth of a second. Leon Camier was fourth quickest ahead of Chaz Davies. The middle of the session brought some surprising rain, but it didn't stick about, letting everyone get back up to speed fairly quickly. 

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