Carlos Checa and Ayrton Badovini both made some solid progress.
Donington Park hosted the first ever World Superbike Round on April 3rd 1988.
In the overall standings Checa is now in twelfth position with 29 points and Badovini lies fifteenth with 20 points.
The two Ducati Alstare flag-bearers therefore qualified easily for this afternoon’s Superpole.
Rain continued during the afternoon meaning that riders had to face a similarly wet first qualifying session.
BMW Motorrad GoldBet SBK Team rider Davies had two victory celebrations at MotorLand Aragon circuit in Spain. He scored his his maiden Superbike World Championship win in race 1 and then landed the top spot in the second race!
Carlos Checa missed out on the third phase by a fraction of a second.
The Superbikes return to Aragón as Team SBK Ducati Alstare prepares to embark on the European tour.
World Superbike hits Europe for Round 2 at Aragon circuit in Spain
Ayrton Badovini had broken a bone in his right foot and would be unable to take part in the the rest of the weekend.
It was a close battle for the provisional pole in the opening round of the World Superbike at Phillip Island.
Carlos Checa and Team Ducati Alstare on top as official test ends after mixed weather played a game in Australia today.