Haslam and Lowes complete the podium, Torres ahead of Sykes in fourth.
The Briton on lap record pace on the opening day of WorldSBK action
The 2015 eni FIM World Superbike Championship officially began with a series of events that also celebrated 25 years of WorldSBK competition at the iconic Phillip Island GP Circuit.
With almost perfect weather conditions the 25 protagonists relished the opportunity to fine tune their machines.
Chaz Davies was able to set an extremely fast time at the end of the session – 1’35.748 – the quickest of the day.
Times improve at Motorland Aragon as WorldSBK riders get up to speed.
The 24-year-old Englishman was the first rider to break the 1’35 barrier to record a 1’34.685s lap time.
Pramac Racing announces that Yonny Hernandez can't participate for the Sepang test scheduled in February 4th to 7th.
Ducati is in fourth position in the manufacturers’ standings.
Third straight year in series' only U.S. appearance.
Sylvain Guintoli narrowed the gap to leader Tom Sykes to just twelve points.
The two Ducati Superbike men quickly got to work setting up their 1199 Panigale bikes.