World Supersport standings after the first race in 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.
The conditions at Barcelona were cooler than yesterday which promised fast lap times for World Supersport qualifying.
Raffaele De Rosa pipped Randy Krummenacher, Manuel Gonzalez and Steven Odendaal as the top four finished within under two tenths of the quickest time. The top four all improved on the times they set this morning, with Philipp Oettl's quickest lap this morning putting him fifth overall.
Philipp Oettl set the morning's fastest time in a session split by a red flag with Randy Krummenacher and Manuel Gonzalez swapping the top spot before Oettl nailed it down. Krummenacher's return to the top of the table was assisted by his sitting in for Luca Bernardi on a bike that he could use. Raffaele De Rosa pipped Gonzalez for third place at the end of the session.
Championship Leader Dominique Aegerter is competing in the MotoE championship this weekend and won't race in World Supersport.
World Supersport standings after Race 2 at Magny-Cours:
World Supersport race two would be missing three riders after yesterday's chaotic events. Valentin Debise and Michel Fabrizio were ruled unfit after their unrelated unusual accidents. The race would try to be nineteen laps again, but another incident at the end of lap one brought out the red flags.
World Supersport standings after the first race at Magny-Cours:
The World Supersport race was to be nineteen laps but it was cut short by a red flag on the opening lap.
World Supersport Superpole qualifying was twenty minutes of dry weather.