David Salom1984-10-16 (age 37)
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Haslam and Lowes complete the podium, Torres ahead of Sykes in fourth.
The 24-year-old Englishman was the first rider to break the 1’35 barrier to record a 1’34.685s lap time.
With almost perfect weather conditions the 25 protagonists relished the opportunity to fine tune their machines.
The first ever WSBK race to be held under floodlights has been won by Sylvain Guintoli.
The second time this year for Davide Giugliano as pole sitter.
Because of the weather, the race distance was reduced to 19 laps.
Tom Sykes is looking to return to his previous winning form.
Changeable weather played a big role in the 8th WSBK round’s race day at Portimao’s Autodromo Internacional do Algarve.
An enthralling 20 lap race 1 saw Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team) emerge victorious at a cloudy and overcast Portimão to claim his 7th win of the season and the 21st of his WSBK career.
It was the 20th career individual race win and the third double in the season for Tom Sykes.
This is the 19th individual WSBK race win, the first one at Misano, for Tom Sykes.
World Superbike Champion Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team) coming out victorious to take an impressive double in front of his home crowd.
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.
Sylvain Guintoli gained his 5th career's win at Phillip Island.
Laverty fights his way back to win after poor start.
The Championship will officially kick-start on February 23rd
After the weekend on American soil, Sykes is still the World Superbike Championship leader with a 23 point advantage over Laverty
Laverty and Sofuoglu winners of the Turkish round.
Sylvain Guintoli leads the way in Qualifying 1 at the series new venue.
The FIM Superbike World Championship is back in action for the 9th round at Silverstone along with the World Supersport riders. It will be their first outing since the tragic death of Andrea Antonelli.
In the World Supersport qualifying, it was again Sam Lowes but Kenan Sofuoglu did put up a fight.
Tom Sykes rode his Kawasaki to his 15th career Tissot-Superpole. Sam Lowes grabs the his ninth pole in World Supersport.
Donington Park hosted the first ever World Superbike Round on April 3rd 1988.
On the TT Circuit in Assen, Tom Sykes and Eugene Laverty split the race victories in FIM Superbike World Championship double race event in The Netherlands. Sam Lowes took the win to the wire over Kenan Sofuoglu in the Supersport race.
Leon Camier (FIXI Crescent Suzuki), had a high-side at Turn 10 early in the session and was transferred first to the Medical Centre, where he was diagnosed with a left knee dislocation