2021 San Juan Villicum World Superbike Race One Result: Exciting, But Not Really Exciting

Twenty one laps around San Juan Villicum for the latest chapter of the Jonathan Rea v Toprak Razgatlioglu battle and Rea is the only rider on the grid to use the harder tyre. With one hundred and twenty four points remaining, Razgatlioglu leads by twenty four points as they line up on the grid. 

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2021 San Juan Villicum World Supersport Race One Result: Maybe, Maybe, Maybe

World Supersport has four races left, with 100 points up for grabs. Dominique Aegerter leads Steven Odendaal by fifty four points with Manuel Gonzales a further fifty one points behind. The World Champion will be either Aegerter or Odendaal, and if Aegerter beats Odendaal by over twenty one points this race, he will take the title, although the chances of this happening are very low. Nineteen laps of San Juan Villicum will determine the winner.

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2021 San Juan Villicum World Superbike Superpole Result: Watch Out For Yellow Flags

World Superbike qualifying was fifteen minutes to determine the grid positions for today's race. After setting a lap record this morning, Toprak Razgatlioglu went in as the favourite for pole position. Eugene Laverty sat in for Tom Sykes on the BMW. 

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2021 San Juan Villicum World Superbike FP3 Result: Razgatlioglu Sets Lap Record

Toprak Razgatlioglu ended free practice over four tenths of a second ahead of everyone else, with the top ten all improving on their times from yesterday. Scott Redding was second quickest with Jonathan Rea and Garrett Gerloff setting identical times behind him. Razgatlioglu's best lap was a new lap record.

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2021 San Juan Villicum World Superbike FP2 Result: Razgatlioglu Still Quickest

Toprak Razgatlioglu was quickest again as everyone improved on their mornings' times. Scott Redding was a quarter of a second behind with Alex Lowes a further quarter of a second back. Jonathan Rea was making good pace but crashed out at high speed fifteen minutes in, ending his session as his bike's exhaust stuck out at ninety degrees, requiring a rebuild that would take longer than the remaining thirty minutes.

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