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2019 Philip Island World Superbike Superpole Race Results: Ten Laps, Twelve Points, Nine Places

World Superbike has a new race format including the ten lap sprint race to determine the first three rows of the grid for race two, the Tissot Superpole Race. The winner gets 12 points, but the race win isn't added to the record books. Pirelli have supplied a short race tyre that should last ten laps of every circuit on the calendar. As this is the first time this has been done, all bets are off on what will happen. 

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2019 Philip Island World Supersport FP3 Results: Krummenacher Quickest

Randy Krummenacher ended qualifying on top, with a lead of over three tenths of a second. Federico Caricasulo and Jules Cluzel were the only riders within four tenths of Krummenacher's quickest time, but none of the top eight riders were quicker than their times yesterday. 

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2019 Philip Island World Superbike FP3 Results: Bautista Heads To Superpole On Top

Alvaro Bautista set an early 1'29 lap and then sliced another tenth off it it to get within under three tenths of a second of Jonathan Rea's pole record from 2017. Leon Haslam and Jonathan Rea made up the rest of the provisional front row, with Alex Lowes and Eugene Laverty pushing Tom Sykes down to sixth quickest. 

Superpole will be a single session later today determining the positions for race one while race two's grid will be determined by a short sprint race on Sunday morning.

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2019 Philip Island World Supersport FP2 Results: Cluzel And Caricasulo Quickest

Jules Cluzel headed a trio of Yamahas at the top, ahead of Federico Caricasulo and Randy Krummenacher. Lucas Mahias was third quickest on the Kawasaki, leading a pair of MV Agustas in the form of Raffaele De Rosa and Federico Fuligni.

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