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Aragon WSBK: Davies wins as Fores crashes from lead

Chaz Davies led Jonathan Rea and Marco Melandri in the second World Superbike race at Aragon after Xavi Fores crashed from first place.

Camier sustains broken ribs in Aragon WSBK crash

Honda World Superbike rider Leon Camier will sit out the second race of this weekend's Aragon round after being diagnosed with fractured ribs as a result of a crash in Saturday's opener.

Aragon WSBK: Rea beats Ducatis in red-flagged race

Jonathan Rea cruised to his 56th World Superbike win in the latter stages of a tense first race at Aragon, while Chaz Davies pipped Ducati stablemate Xavi Fores to second.

Aragon WSBK: Melandri shades Rea by 0.031s for pole

Marco Melandri pinched World Superbike pole position away from Jonathan Rea by just 0.031 seconds at Aragon, while Ducati teammate Chaz Davies will start Saturday's race 11th after a late fall.

Aragon WSBK: Melandri edges Rea in Friday practice

Marco Melandri edged Jonathan Rea by just 0.039 seconds to top a weather-affected day of practice for the Aragon World Superbike round.

Aprilia calls up Giugliano to replace injured Laverty

Davide Giugliano will return to the World Superbike Championship at next week's Aragon round in place of the injured Eugene Laverty at Milwaukee Aprilia.

Laverty to skip three WSBK rounds due to injury

Eugene Laverty will skip the next three World Superbike rounds and aims to return to action at Donington Park after breaking his pelvis at Buriram.