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2021 Assen World Superbike Race One Result: Red Flagged Session

As the riders lined up for the 21 lap race, Jonathan Rea was the only rider with the super-soft SCX tyre on the back of his bike, with Toprak Razgatlioglu and Scott Redding opting to use the standard SC0 Pirelli. Rea also lined up with the development front tyre. The track was 37ºC, a little warmer than the tyres like. 

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2021 Assen World Superbike Superpole Result: Crashes, Yellow Flags, Deleted Laps, Oh My

World Superbike Superpole qualifying took place under a 21ºC sunny sky and a track temperature of 31ºC. Scott Redding was quickest in this morning's FP3, but the biggest news is the absence of a BMW team, with Eugene Laverty's team undergoing "internal restructuring" causing their absence. 

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2021 Assen World Supersport Superpole Result: New Slicks, New Surface, New Lap Record

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. 

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2021 Assen World Supersport FP2 Result: Aegerter And Odendaal Swap Top Spots

Dominique Aegerter took the top spot from Steven Odendaal, the pair setting exceedingly close times once again. Manuel Gonzales and Philipp Oettl also swapped places from this morning's session, ending the session third and fourth quickest, over a half second off the pace of the leading two.

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2021 Assen World Superbike FP2 Result: Rea Tops Diverse Session

Four bikes in the top four for this session, and not a Ducati amongst them. Jonathan Rea held off Garrett Gerloff and Alvaro Bautista with Tom Sykes maintaining his morning's form to make the BMW look good. Scott Redding was seventh quickest, but his morning time keeps him third quickest overall.

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2021 Assen World Superbike FP1 Result: Redding Leads Rea And Ducatis

Scott Redding is quickest at Assen, a traditionally Ducati track, with Jonathan Rea second quickest ahead of the Ducatis of Chaz Davies and Michael Ruben Rinaldi. Toprak Razgatlioglu is the only other rider within half a second of Redding's best time while Tom Sykes held off talk-of-the-town Garrett Gerloff, who has just re-signed with Yamaha for another year. 

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2021 Donington World Superbike Race 1 Result: Drying Track Makes Racing Tricky

Superbikes return to Donington Park, home of the first World Superbike race in 1988, and the UK brought out its finest dreary weather for Saturday, punishing riders throughout the morning's Superpole session. The rain eased off before the race and the track was dry enough for slick tyres, although still too cold for most riders to choose the SCX sprint tyre that's been favoured in recent races. In the absence of Supersport racing, with Brexit and Covid coinciding to cause uncertainty in the costs when the calendar was being written up, the wet weekend feels a little less packed than usual, especially with the circuit limiting attendance to just four thousand spectators. 

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2021 Donington World Superbike Superpole Result: Could Be Worse, Could Be Raining

World Superbike Superpole was wet and cold, but the rain held off.

Leon Haslam opened the session with a 1'42.206 on his first flying lap, slower than Jonathan Rea's fastest time this morning. Rea replied on his second lap with a 1'41.550, with Alex Lowes half a second behind him as Haslam pitted in. 

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2021 Donington World Superbike FP3 Result: Rea Masters Very Wet Track

With rain drenching the opening session, Jonathan Rea was consistently quickest throughout the thirty minutes on track, ahead of his teammate Alex Lowes. Leon Haslam was unsurprisingly in third place with Tom Sykes rounding out a British top four. Garrett Gerloff, learni ng his third track in three weekends, followed up on his Friday's top spot with a wet fifth place. Scott Redding crashed out at the Melbourne Loop, ending the session in twelfth place. The weather will likely remain wet all day.

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2021 Donington World Superbike FP2 Result: Gerloff Makes A Mark

With the English weather looking to be unpredictable all weekend, Garrett Gerloff, back from a stint in MotoGP, used an SCX tyre to set the fastest time of the day, over three tenths quicker than Jonathan Rea who couldn't improve on his morning's time. Toprak Razgatlioglu, who finished in second place here in 2018, was third quickest ahead of Alex Lowes. Scott Redding held off Michael Ruben Rinaldi with local lad Leon Haslam seventh quickest.

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