2021 Portimao World Superbike Race Two Result: A False Start, An Exploding Mudguard And A Racing Incident

After a shakeup in the morning's Superpole race, World Superbike benefits from the 22ºC weather, warming the track to a dry 37ºC. The start was delayed with a mix up with the lights. The mechanics ran out on track with stands and tyre warmers to the applause of the crowds celebrating anything even close to a race. The restarted race would be nineteen laps after another warm-up lap.

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2021 Portimao World Supersport Race Two Result: More Close Racing, But Damp This Time

World Supersport had the benefit of a mostly dried out track, the 21ºC weather lifting the cold track to 27ºC. Some riders used their sighting lap as intended, with some riders dropping back into the pits after one circuit before setting up on the grid. Several tyre changes were done, with wets and intermediates being pulled off and replaced with slicks. 

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