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2017 Laguna Seca World Superbike FP2 Results: Davies Holds Off Rea

Chaz Davies ends the day quickest in spite of being unable to improve on his morning's time. He's joined at the top by Jonathan Rea who, after the second red flag was lifted with just over three minutes left, put in the session's quickest time, just over a hundredth of a second off Davies's best lap. Marco Melandri was third quickest ahead of Eugene Laverty. American wildcard Jake Gagne, on the Red Bull Honda Fireblade, finished seventeenth quickest.

Leandro Mercado and Raffaele De Rosa are the two quickest men going into Superpole one. 

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2017 Misano World Superbike Race Two Results: Could The Reverse Grid Finally Make A Difference?

As with all Sunday races this year, the front three grid places are based on where riders finished in the Saturday race. Twenty laps of Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli under a clear Italian sky. In spite of a tyre acting unusually yesterday, everyone was on the SC0 Pirelli rear. Chaz Davies would not start the race due to his crash yesterday. 

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2017 Misano World Supersport Race Results: Mechanical Issues For Sofuoglu

Thirty four riders, with Alex Baldolini not competing, started the race of nineteen laps around Misano. Kenan Sofuoglu had trouble at the start of the race with a malfunctioning t-shirt gun that required a change to manual launching, throwing by hand, to get the t-shirts to their intended targets.

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2017 Misano World Supersport FP2 Results: Sofuoglu Leads Rea In Quick Session

Kenan Sofuoglu heads into Superpole with the best lap, setting the quickest time ahead of a resurgent Gino Rea. This morning's fastest man, Federico Caricasulo, couldn't improve on his morning's time and ends the day fifth quickest, behind PJ Jacobsen and Jules Cluzel.

Thirty five laptimes were cancelled, mostly for exceeding turn eleven's boundaries, but some were for turn six and sixteen.

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2017 Misano World Superbike FP2 Results: Rea Takes Over At Top

Jonathan Rea was the only rider in the top four to improve on his morning's time, with Tom Sykes, Chaz Davies and Marco Melandri all relying on times from Free Practice one. Leon Camier was able to go quicker but remained fifth quickest overall. Lorenzo Savadori and Randy Krummenacher are the quickest two riders to miss out on qualifying directly for Superpole two. 

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2017 Misano World Supersport FP1 Results: Caricasulo Dominates Session

Federico Caricasulo was quickest throughout the session, only ceding the top spot briefly to Kenan Sofuoglu early on and Lucas Mahias later. Mahias finished the session second quickest ahead of Jules Cluzel and PJ Jacobsen. Kenan Sofuoglu only managed four laps before suffering a technical problem.

Turn eleven's limits were exceeded twenty-two times throughout the session, resulting in twenty-two cancelled lap times.

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2017 Misano World Superbike FP1 Results: Sykes Leads Rea Leads Ducatis

On a warm, dry day in Rimini, Tom Sykes set an early fast lap on his Kawasaki and just kept improving his time. Jonathan Rea was the only other rider into the 1'34s, in spite of a late charge from Marco Melandri that put him third quickest, pipping his Ducati teammate. Leon Camier continues to make his bike look better than it is with the fifth quickest lap ahead of Xavi Fores.

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