Davide Giugliano qualified in sixth position for tomorrow’s races; Chaz Davies twelfth.
In this second round of the 2014 Superbike World championship, rider Chaz Davies finished fourth in today’s first Superbike race.
Tom Sykes took the double on the team’s home round, in front of the 24,255 spectators attending the event, whilst Loris Baz ended up twice second.
Riders Ayrton Badovini and Christian Iddon carried on where they left off yesterday.
Tom Sykes claim first pole position of the season aboard his Kawasaki Racing Team machine ahead of his team mate Loris Baz.
Riders Chaz Davies and Davide Giugliano closed day one of timed practice in third and fifth position respectively.
The Ducati Superbike Team now prepares to travel to Spain
The Ducati Superbike Team is pleased with the progress made during the three day testing session that concluded today at the Spanish track of Jerez.
Sylvain Guintoli gained his 5th career's win at Phillip Island.
Giugliano brings his 1199 Panigale home in fourth place in the Australian season opener; Davies closes today’s races seventh and eighth.
Laverty fights his way back to win after poor start.
The Superbike Commission will follow closely the production plan of each manufacturer in order to control the minimum number of units produced.
Davide Giugliano qualified second while Chaz Davies closed eleventh
The Italian rider scores the third fastest time of the day aboard his 1199 Panigale; Chaz Davies victim of a crash during the second practice session
The event was a chance for the riders to talk about the official test performed early this week.
The first race of the season will be this weekend in Australia.
The season starts this coming weekend in Australia.
Sylvain Barrier (BMW Motorrad Italia Superbike Team) and Michel Fabrizio (Iron Brain Kawasaki SBK) both crashed.
The Championship will officially kick-start on February 23rd
Shell is extending its Technical Partnership with Ducati to support the Italian manufacturer’s return to the World Superbike stage in an official capacity in 2014.
The required minimum quantity of produced units necessary to obtain homologation are reviewed periodically...