Donington Park (2019)
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BMW World Superbike rider Tom Sykes says the situation on track at Donington Park's Melbourne Loop which led to his crash and exclusion from the Superpole race was “a joke”.
Jonathan Rea fended off Toprak Razgatlioglu in a tense second World Superbike feature race at Donington Park to complete the treble and extend his championship lead.
Jonathan Rea won a red-flagged World Superbike Superpole race at Donington Park, which was stopped due to a mass crash at the Melbourne Loop on lap seven.
Ducati World Superbike rider Alvaro Bautista says his opening-race crash at Donington Park was down to him going “too fast” for the “s*** feeling” he had in wet conditions.
Jonathan Rea eased to victory in a wet World Superbike race one at Donington Park to take the championship lead for the first time in 2019, after Alvaro Bautista crashed out.
Eugene Laverty has been declared unfit to continue his home World Superbike round at Donington Park this weekend, having taken part in practice on Friday.
BMW World Superbike rider Tom Sykes led the timesheets at the end of Friday practice ahead of Alex Lowes at Donington Park, after topping both sessions on the S1000RR.
The factory Honda World Superbike team will be down to just one entry for the next two rounds of the championship, with regular rider Leon Camier continuing his recovery from injury.