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Imola (2018)

Italy Imola
11 May - 13 May
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Imola WSBK: Rea draws level with Fogarty's win tally

Jonathan Rea triumphed in a hard battle with Chaz Davies to equal the all-time World Superbike win record belonging to Carl Fogarty after taking his 59th victory in race two at Imola.

Honda stand-in O'Halloran hospitalised after Race 1 crash

Ten Kate Honda World Superbike stand-in Jason O'Halloran has been taken to hospital having suffered a fracture to his right leg in a crash during Race 1 at Imola.

Imola WSBK: Rea takes dominant Race 1 win

Jonathan Rea cruised to World Superbike victory in Race 1 of the Imola weekend to extend his championship lead, while Kawasaki teammate Tom Sykes was second.

Imola WSBK: Rea beats Sykes to pole, Davies crashes

Jonathan Rea eased to his second World Superbike pole of the year ahead of Kawasaki teammate Tom Sykes, while Chaz Davies recovered to third at Imola after an early crash.

Imola WSBK: Davies, Rea set identical times in practice

Ducati's Chaz Davies topped Friday's World Superbike running at Imola with an identical 1m46.686s laptime to Kawasaki rider Jonathan Rea.

O'Halloran replaces unfit Camier for WSBK debut

British Superbike race winner Jason O'Halloran will replace Leon Camier at the Ten Kate Honda team to make his World Superbike debut at Imola.