World Supersport championship standings after the second race at Most:
World Supersport standings after the first race in Most:
Nineteen laps of the new addition to the calendar, the World Supersport grid would not get to complete all of them before the flags came out.
Dominique Aegerter claimed the top spot in the second session, ahead of Steven Odendaal and Manuel Gonzalez, but Gonzalez took the second quickest time of the day in the morning's session. Third-quickest overall was Patrick Hobelsberger who was unable to record a time in the second session due to a crash at the end of the morning's session.
Manuel Gonzalez set the best time in the first session at Most, with a German wildcard, Patrick Hobelsberger, second quickest. Steven Odendaal and Dominique Aegerter sat in third and fourth places. Steven Odendaal was quickest before the flags came out for Leonardo Taccini's crash, twenty minutes from the end, but Manuel Gonzalez took the top spot with five minutes remaining in the restarted session.
World Supersport standings after race 2 at Assen:
As the rain stayed away, World Superport lined up for eighteen laps. Could Aegerter make it five in a row?
World Supersport standings after the first race in Assen:
The opening eighteen lap World Supersport race would be missing Hannes Soomer as he was ruled untit after getting a concussion in the Superpole session.
World Supersport qualifying culminates in Superpole, twenty minutes to determine the grid for this afternoon's race. Dominique Aegerter and Steven Odendaal dominated qualifying yesterday, and are favourites for the top two places.