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2014 Qatar World Superbike Superpole Results: The Last Qualifying Of The Year

Late night superpole under the lights at Qatar, with Marco Melandri entering the first session as the man most likely to be promoted.

2014 Qatar World Supersport Qualifying Results: Last Minute Slipstream

Nighttime World Supersport qualifying at Qatar.

2014 Qatar World Superbike FP4 Results: Rea Ahead Of Kawasakis

Jonathan Rea continues to post fast times on his Honda CBR1000R while the Kawasaki pairing of Tom Sykes and Loris Baz are between him and Sylvain Guintoli. Marco Melandri continues his poor form, over a second off Rea's fast lap.

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2014 Qatar World Supersport FP3 Results: Sofuoglu Deposes Van Der Mark

In what looked like it was going to be another weekend of dominance by Michael van der Mark, Kenan Sofuoglu ekes past at the last minute, with a 2'02.576. Van der Mark and Jules Cluzel were within a tenth of a second of the Turkish rider, while Film Wilairot was three tenths further back.

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2014 Qatar World Superbike FP3 Results: Giugliano Raises The Bar

On the last Free Practice session of the day, moved forward from Saturday due to the nighttime schedule, Davide Giugliano recorded the first 1'57 lap of the weekend, ahead of Jonathan Rea and Sylvain Guintoli. Loris Baz, who narrowly avoided a high-speed crash with Gabor Rizmayer in the previous session, was fourth quickest.

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2014 Qatar World Supersport FP2 Results: Van Der Mark Ahead Of Mahias

While Michael van der Mark again takes the fastest slot, French Supersport champion Lucas Mahias, on his second wildcard ride of the year, goes second quickest under the lights of Losail.

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2014 Qatar World Superbike FP2 Results: Laverty Quickest

Eugene Laverty increased the pace in the second of three sessions today, with Chaz Davies close behind. Sylvain Guintoli continues to be the quicker of the title challengers.

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2014 Qatar World Supersport FP1 Results: Van Der Mark Nearly A Second Quicker

Newly crowned world champion Michael van der Mark was quickest by almost a second, ahead of Florian Marino and Lorenzo Zanetti with Jules Cluzel in fourth place.

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2014 Qatar World Superbike FP1 Results: Rea Quickest Ahead Of Baz

Opening the last World Superbike weekend of the year, Jonathan Rea was the quicker of the three riders with laps under two minutes. Loris Baz and Alex Lowes joined him with championship contenders Sylvain Guintoli fourth quickest and Tom Sykes ninth quickest.

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2014 Magny-Cours World Superbike Sunday Round Up: Team Suggestions

The rain made for a challenging set of races today, with attrition and setup playing a large part in today's races, but mostly, they'll be remembered for one symbol:

2014 Magny-Cours World Superbike Race Two: Thirteen DNFs

As the weather didn't get any better, the second World Superbike race was also reduced to nineteen laps.

2014 Magny-Cours World Supersport Race: Attrition And Air Fences

Jules Cluzel wore comedy windscreen wiper glasses on the grid, reminding us that this would be a race on a wet track. Like the World Superbike race, this too was reduced, to seventeen laps.

2014 Magny-Cours World Superbike Race One: Beat Your Teammate

It rained this morning but the rain had stopped by the time the race started, but the conditions meant that the race was reduced from twenty-one to nineteen laps.

2014 Magny-Cours World Superbike Saturday Round Up: Allons Enfants De La Patrie

Qualifying for World Superbike's penultimate pair of races for 2014 took place today, and the French circuit of Magny-Cours, designed by the ubiquitous Hermann Tilke, had been resurfaced in places since last year, making the track a little bit quicker. Rain has been predicted as possible tomorrow, which would mean qualifying is merely an indicator of where everyone starts the race and not a prediction of pace.

2014 Magny-Cours World Supersport Qualifying: Quick Conditions

Qualifying for the penultimate World Supersport race finally saw Cal Crutchlow's 2009 qualifying lap bettered.

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