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2022 Phillip Island World Superbike Race Two Result: Racing The Rain

Australia wanted more excitement for the last race of the year so it brought rain in for race two, but it stopped raining as the riders headed to the grid and was dry again by the time the race started. Everyone lined up for twenty two laps on slick tyres. 

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2022 Phillip Island World Superbike Superpole Race Result: Rain Delay Forces Hard Choices

World Superbike's last ten lap Superpole race of the year had a delayed pitman opening due to a downpour that appeared just as riders were about to get out to the grid. Puddles on the grid meant tyre choice would be important and the race was declared wet with the wind and sun adding to the unpredictability of the conditions. 

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2022 Phillip Island World Superbike Race One Result: Flag To Flag, Drying Track, Tyre Changes, Oh My

Rain stopped but everyone bar one was on wet tyres. Philipp Oettl was the lone rider on an intermediate rear. Ducati needs fourteen points over Yamaha to claim the manufacturer title.

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2022 Phillip Island World Superbike FP3 Result: Wet Conditions

Rain hampered Free Practice 3 giving riders opportunities to test wet and intermediate tyres. Jonathan Rea came out on top with second and third quickest Toprak Razgatlioglu and Alex Lowes holding the top spot at various points throughout the session. Alvaro Bautista was fourth quickest ahead of Axel Bassani and Honda stand-in Tetsuta Nagashima. 

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2022 Phillip Island World Superbike FP2 Result: GOOSE!

Phillip Island wouldn't be Phillip Island without some bird-related japes. The session was red-flagged under five minutes into the session as some Cape Barren geese wandered onto the track, but after the session resumed, Jonathan Rea set the quickest time ahead of Alvaro Bautista and Alex Lowes. Toprak Razgatlioglu, unable to improve on his morning's time was fourth-quickest. Tetsuta Nagashima, replacing injured Iker Lecuona, was sixth-quickest in his debut World Superbike weekend. 

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2022 Phillip Island World Supersport FP2 Result: Bulega On Top

Nicolo Bulega topped the session ahead of Dominique Aegerter. Caricasulo was almost a second off the pace in the afternoon, but his morning's time keeps him second quickest overall. Yari Montella was third quickest on his Kawasaki and Stefano Manzi kept the next generation bikes in the frame.

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