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Jerez WSBK Test, Day 2: Rea Leads, Reiterberger Impresses

Reigning World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea has once again topped the timesheets on the second day of the combined WSBK/World Supersport test at Jerez, the Kawasaki man putting in a scorching lap at the end of the day to assert his authority, demoting his teammate Tom Sykes into second spot, over a third of a second behind him. Sykes was hampered by a small crash in the Michelin corner, and was unable to improve his time at the end.

2015 Qatar World Superbike Race Two Race Results: That's All, Folks

Alex Lowes would not compete in the last race of the season, his bike not able to start the race and Xavi Fores also sat the race out due to illness.

Jonathan Rea led Tom Sykes into the first turn ahead of Leon Haslam and Chaz Davies but Davies would make up two places and set the fastest lap on lap two and take the lead as they crossed the line to start lap three.

2015 Qatar World Superbike Race One Results: Floodlit Flights

Seventeen laps under floodlights and the riders were held a little longer than normal before the lights started the race.

Leon Camier waved from the grid, his bike not enjoying the delay and when the eventual start came, he didn't move, pushing his bike into the pits as everyone else charged to the first corner.

2015 Qatar World Superbike FP3 Results: Torres Leads Van Der Mark

Jordi Torres and Michael van der Mark approach the 1'57 mark ahead of Leon Haslam and Jonathan Rea. Rea and Tom Sykes were unable to improve on their times from yesterday, but their times were close enough not to matter. Niccolo Canepa and David Salom are the favourites in Superpole One to get promoted to the second session. 

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2015 Magny-Cours World Superbike Race Two: Dry At Last

The last race of the day, only five minutes later than advertised, would be the full twenty one laps in the dry, most of the dampness having left the track.

Leon Haslam took the early lead ahead of Chaz Davies, Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes. Haslam kept the lead for two laps until Rea, having passed Davies, pushed him offline, leaving him with the only option of cutting the chicane and slotting back into fourth place, behind the front three.

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