WorldSBK standings after Race 2 in Estoril:
World Supersport standings after the second race in Portugal:
WorldSSP300 standings after the second race at Estoril:
The World Superbike race two grid avoided the threat of rain that has been looming all morning, but the sky remained grey, like the sky you'd see out of the window in a 70s episode of Pipkins. Jonathan Rea's team made a big show of running a new tyre to the grid, fitting an SC-X tyre with time to spare before the start. Twenty one riders lined up, the weekend's toll increasing with Lucas Mahias's absence.
Race two of World Supersport this weekend would be missing Niki Tuuli and Andy Verdoia. The track was dry after this morning's rain but was only 18ºC. Drops of rain on the sighting lap threatened to mix things up.
World Superbike standings after the sprint race in Estoril:
World Superbike's Sunday Superpole race was a ten lap sprint race, with a drying track after the morning's rain. The front riders lined up on slicks, adding to the excitement around this short track. Iker Lecuona and Michael Ruben Rinaldi and a couple of fitted an intermediate front tyre.
WorldSBK standings after race 1 at Estoril:
World Supersport standings after race 1 at Estoril:
Supersport 300 standings after the first race in Portugal: