Latest World Superbike Results

2019 San Juan Villicum World Superbike Race Two Result: Cooler Weather Makes For Safer Racing

With cooler temperatures than yesterday, 22ºC air temperature and 39ºC track temperature, the twenty one lap race would be less punishing than yesterday's. All nineteen riders lined up to start.

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2019 San Juan Villicum World Superbike Superpole Race Result: All Nineteen Riders Lined Up

In the Tissot Superpole race, all nineteen riders lined up. With the cooler weather (18ºC air, 27ºC track), it was considered to be a lot safer. The Argentine crowds sat on grey, rock-strewn hills being battered by the wind to watch the ten lap race. 

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2019 San Juan Villicum World Superbike Race One Result: Twelve Starters

World Superbike race one was missing seven riders. Loris Baz was initially declared fit, but after re-evaluation was not allowed to start, and six riders decided not to race out of concern for the safety of the dusty track condition. Chaz Davies, Sandro Cortese, Marco Melandri, Leon Camier, Ryuichi Kiyonari and Eugene Laverty all sat out the race start. The track looked windy and dusty, with an air temperature of thirty one degrees Celsius and forty eight degrees track temperature. There was very little rubber on the track, and they riders would have a twenty one lap race in spite of the conditions.

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2019 San Juan Villicum World Supersport FP1 Result: Badovini Ahead Of Krummenacher And Perolari

Ayrton Badovini held off title leader Randy Krummenacher and Corentin Perolari. Championship contenders Jules Cluzel and Federico Caricasulo were seventh and twelfth quickest respectively.

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