WorldSSP300 standings after race 2 at Barcelona:
Barcelona, Catalunya, Spain
World Supersport standings after Race 2 in Barcelona:
Race Winner Andy Verdoia, winner here last year, will miss the eighteen lap race with an ankle injury. The rain stayed away this time, however, with 22ºC air temperature and 37ºC track temperature.
World Superbike standings after the sprint race:
World Superbike's Superpole race would be split by a red flag, making the sprint race a sprint version of a sprint race, five laps long.
World Superbike standings after the first race in Barcelona:
The rain decided to make an appearance for Saturday's World Superbike race, with no riders having any lap time in the wet this weekend. Riders and teams made their tyre choices on the grid before the rain stopped. The pit intervention time is a minimum of sixty six seconds for the Superbike race. The air was 23ºC and the track was 27ºC, providing the cool weather the Ducatis wished for, but not in the way they wanted.
Garrett Gerloff missed the start, hitting white paint on an apex on his way to the grid, trashing the front of his bike. He held his arms to the sky and shouted, distraught as the marshals moved his bike to safety, its special white livery ruined.
World Supersport standings after the first race in Barcelona:
WorldSSP300 standings after the first race at Barcelona:
World Supersport race one was 18 laps of a 33ºC track. David Sanchis Martinez started from the back of the grid due to a tyre pressure infringement.
However, things wouldn't go as planned.