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2015 Magny-Cours World Supersport FP1: Sofuoglu And Mahias Hold Clear Lead

Kenan Sofuoglu ended the session with over a second between himself and third quickest. The fast Frenchman Lucas Mahias was the only rider able to get close to him, just under four seconds back. PJ Jacobsen, Gino Rea and Marco Faccani were within a second and a half of Sofuoglu's time. Jules Cluzel's qualifying time from last year of 1'40.550 is still over a second off, though.


2015 Jerez World Superbike Post-Race Test: Baiocco Fastest On Qualifiers, Kawasakis Quickest On Race Rubber

The vast majority of the World Superbike grid stayed on at the Jerez circuit on Monday, to continue work for the remaining two rounds of the WSBK season. Work was focused primarily on set up, and especially electronics, with Pirelli bringing new tires for the riders to try.

2015 Jerez World Superbike Race Two Results: The Heat Is On.

The temperature climbed to 29ºC, taking the track to a slow 43ºC.

Tom Sykes yet again bolted from the gate, with Jonathan Rea behind him going wide and dropping to fourth behind Sykes, Chaz Davies and Jordi Torres while Michael van der Mark led Leon Haslam and Niccolo Canepa a few bike lengths behind.

Three laps in, Sykes had a lead of over a second from Davies, Torres and Rea who were joined by Haslam who had left van der Mark a second behind. Torres was all over Davies but couldn't get past the Ducati Panigale.

2015 Jerez World Supersport Race Results: Notable Through Absence

With Jules Cluzel out of the race this weekend, it would fall to PJ Jacobsen to keep championship leader Kenan Sofuoglu in check.

Kenan Sofuoglu got the start he wanted from pole position, with PJ Jacobsen fighting off Lucas Mahias, Gino Rea and Lorenzo Zanetti.

Early on, Lucas Mahias's bike let him down and he had to abandon it at the side of the track. Gino Rea also couldn't capitalise on his good start and ended up crashing his bike on lap eight after a few good fights.

2015 Jerez World Superbike Race One Results: A Title Decided?

Jonathan Rea needs a top ten place to secure the title, but can he manage that in the cool weather without his favourite SC2 front tyre?

Tom Sykes led from pole position, quickly building a gap from Jonathan Rea and Chaz Davies, with Niccolo Canepa, Leon Haslam and Michael van der Mark close behind. Jordi Torres misjudged his first turn and ended up at the back if the pack, ruining his race.

2015 Jerez World Supersport Qualifying Results: Predictable Dominance

With air temperatures of 31°C and track temperatures eleven degrees above that, Kenan Sofuoglu was clear favourite for pole position, especially as his main rival Jules Cluzel is out.

Predictably, Kenan Sofuoglu did take pole by a good margin, four tenths of a second, but it was Lorenzo Zanetti that took second place ahead of PJ Jacobsen. Once the times dropped below 1'50, Kenan Sofuoglu was the only man to set the fastest lap, beating his own time twice on his way to the fastest lap. 


2015 Jerez World Superbike Superpole Results: Warm Weather Doesn't Hinder Lap Times

Superpole took place under a warm Spanish sky, the clouds doing nothing to lower the scorching temperature. Jordi Torres had the fastest time going into qualifying.

Michael van der Mark opened the session with a 1'42.584 but after everyone put a lap in, Leon Camier had taken the top spot from him, with a 1'42.335 on race tyres.

2015 Jerez World Supersport FP3 Results: Sofuoglu And Jacobsen At Top With Cluzel Out

Kenan Sofuoglu has over half a quarter of a second over all his rivals apart from PJ Jacobsen who is a quarter of a second off his time. 

Jules Cluzel suffered a high speed crash in FP2 yesterday and has fractured the tibia and fibia of his left leg, ruling him out of contention this weekend and leaving the championship fight between Sofuoglu and Jacobsen. 

Nico Terol replaces Cluzel on the MV Agusta. 


2015 Jerez World Superbike FP3 Results: Torres Pips Sykes In Close Session

In cooler weather, Jordi Torres took the top spot as all but three riders improved on their times from yesterday. Lorenzo Mercado and Michael Van Der Mark are the two favourites in Superpole One to progress to Superpole Two.

The top nine riders qualified within half a second of each other.