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2016 Magny-Cours World Supersport FP2: Sofuoglu Not Hampered By Red Flags

With almost everyone improving on their morning's time, it's no surprise to see Kenan Sofuoglu at the top again in the second red-flagged session of the day. The surprise was the fastest ESS rider Illia Mikhalchik in third place just two places ahead of ESS rival Axel Bassani.

Several big names, including PJ Jacobsen in eleventh, missed out on qualifying for Superpole Two.

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2016 Magny-Cours World Superbike FP2: Davies Leads Camier Into Superpole

Chaz Davies continued his morning's form to grab the provisional pole position ahead of Leon Camier and the Kawasakis of Tom Sykes and Jonathan Rea. Michael van der Mark made up for his lost morning, sixth quickest, behind Alex Lowes.

Nicky Hayden and Davide Giugliano both surprised with failing to get into Superpole two while Markus Reiterberger and Matthieu Lagrive sit in eleventh and twelfth, the favourites to get promoted to the second session.  

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2016 Magny-Cours World Superbike FP1: Davies And Rea On Top

The first hour at Magny-Cours ended with Chaz Davies quickest, just four hundredths qucker than Jonathan Rea. Xavi Fores held off Tom Sykes who was quickest throughout most of the session. Michael van der Mark didn't record a lap and has not yet qualified as a result.

Pawel Szkopek is not racing this weekend as he has parted company with Team Toth in spite of having his best weekend last time out in Germany.

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2016 Lausitzring World Superbike Race Two Results: Too Wet, Too Wet, Let's Race

As the riders lined up on the grid, it started to rain. Immediately, the race start was delayed by fifteen minutes and dropped down to only twenty laps. The riders set up for a quick start procedure with one sighting lap before a reduced grid. It was declared a wet race. After that, the warmup lap was completed and riders lined up at the lights. A few hands went up and the yellow board came out declaring "START DELAYED".

As the rain continued to pour down, the bikes were pulled off the grid and the riders in the safety commission, including Rea, Hayden, Davies and Guintoli, were then summoned to a meeting. Would a race be safe?

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2016 Lausitzring World Supersport Race Results: Thirteen Weeks Is A Long Time

After a thirteen week absence, World Supersport returns. Randy Krummenacher closed in on championship leader Kenan Sofuoglu by two points in the summer as Federico Caricasulo lost his second place in Misano from a fuel infraction. Would he be able to close the gap even further?

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2016 Lausitzring World Superbike Race One Results: Breakaway On A Dry Track

Nine years since the last World Superbike race at this American-style oval track with a nadgery infield, Noriyuki Haga's lap record would most certainly fall, but how quickly? The Lausitzring was completely dry in time for the first race of the weekend but the riders lined up without having done a race simulation and the rain having washed the rubber build-up off the track. All bets were off.

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2016 Lausitzring World Supersport Superpole Results: Surprises But No Surprises

Twenty-three World Supersport riders poured out of the pits to contest the two promotions and a chance of pole position after a break of thirteen weeks. Kyle Smith, fastest this morning in the wet, and Zalfumi Khairuddin are the two quickest riders yesterday to be in the first session.

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2016 Lausitzring World Superbike Superpole Results: Drying Track Proves A Challenge

After an absence of ten weeks, World Superbike returns to a track that it has not visited since 2007. Jonathan Rea, quickest this morning in the damp conditions, is the rider most likely to get promoted from Superpole 1 with Davide Giugliano or Alex De Angelis most likely to join him.

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2016 Lausitzring World Supersport FP3 Results: Smith Dominates Session

In the wet untimed session, Kyle Smith set all four fastest laps and, until the end of the session, was over a second clear of everyone else. Ayrton Badovini and Kenan Sufuoglu sneaked in fast laps at the end to make it look a lot closer than it was.

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2016 Lausitzring World Superbike FP3 Results: Rea Quickest In Wet Morning Session

A wet Lausitzring hosted the morning's untimed session and Jonathan Rea topped the table as several riders crashed out. Alex Lowes crashed halfway through and brought out the red flags while Markus Reiterberger and Nicky Hayden crashed after the restart.

Update: Alex Lowes has been confirmed fit, having suffered an elbow sprain in his FP3 crash.

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2016 Lausitzring World Supersport FP2 Results: Sofuoglu Leads Rea And Tuuli

Kenan Sofuoglu is the only rider to record a lap under 1'41 and led Gino Rea by over four tenths of a second with Niki Tuuli putting in an impressive performance a quarter of a second further back. Jules Cluzel was fourth quickest while PJ Jacobsen was unable to improve on his morning's time. 

Kenan Sofuoglu set the quickest time early on and was the only rider ever to appear at the top of the sheet, improving the best time six more times before the session ended.

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2016 Lausitzring World Superbike FP2 Results: Savadori and Reiterberger Top Friday

Lorenzo Savadori, less than four hundreths of a second clear of Markus Reiterberger, ended Friday on top, with Tom Sykes just over a tenth of a second behind. Michael van der Mark and Jordi Torres were the only riders unable to improve on their mornng's time in the second hour.

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2016 Lausitzring World Supersport FP1 Results: Sofuoglu Sets The Pace

Kenan Sofuoglu opened the weekend with a lap over four tenths quicker than PJ Jacobsen and Luke Stapleford with rival Jules Cluzel over a tenth further back. Finnish rookie Niki Tuuli showed impressive form until a crash halfway through the session.

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