Tissot

  • WSB: Rea makes it 16 wins with Tissot Superpole Race victory

    WSB: Rea makes it 16 wins with Tissot Superpole Race victory

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    The Ulsterman put in another strong performance to overcome the opposition and retain his pole position for Race 2, where he will look for a record-equalling 17th win in a season The final Tissot Superpole Race of the 2019 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship took place at the 5.3km Losail International Circuit. With the sun only…

  • WSB: Bautista holds off van der Mark for pole in Argentina!

    WSB: Bautista holds off van der Mark for pole in Argentina!

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    With the majority of the field setting strong lap times early on in the session, there was plenty of surprises right through the WorldSBK grid! The 2019 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship is in its penultimate round of the year in Argentina at the Circuito San Juan Villicum. Saturday means Tissot Superpole and Race 1,…

  • WSB: Two in a row: Razgatlioglu reigns again in Tissot Superpole Race!

    WSB: Two in a row: Razgatlioglu reigns again in Tissot Superpole Race!

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    Turkish rider storms to second successive victory as Rea sets up first title chance in Race 2 Yesterday’s comeback was impressive as Toprak Razgatlioglu (Turkish Puccetti Racing) claimed a momentous maiden victory, but the 22-year-old made it two out of two at the Pirelli French Round, clinching a stunning Tissot Superpole Race victory after another…

  • WSB: Rea grabs Magny-Cours pole, all five manufacturers in top ten!

    WSB: Rea grabs Magny-Cours pole, all five manufacturers in top ten!

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    The world champion prevails in a rain-hit Tissot Superpole with Bautista back on the fifth row The weather continued to wreak havoc at the Pirelli French Round with heavy rain falling ahead of Tissot Superpole. The lap times tumbled all the way to the end but in a dramatic finish, Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team…

  • WSB: Rea prevails for Tissot Superpole Race win as Bautista battles back

    WSB: Rea prevails for Tissot Superpole Race win as Bautista battles back

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    The two main championship protagonists will start on the front row, making for a tantalising Race 2 after an action-packed Tissot Superpole Race! The 2019 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship fired back into life on Sunday morning with the Tissot Superpole Race. The 10-lap affair would be all-action from the start and would eventually see…

  • WSB:  Tight Tissot Superpole sees Rea on pole, Ducati challenge strengthens!

    WSB: Tight Tissot Superpole sees Rea on pole, Ducati challenge strengthens!

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    A dramatic Tissot Superpole session was one of the most important of the season, with Rea, Davies and Bautista set to scrap in Race 1! The 2019 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship takes on the tough Laguna Seca layout this weekend, with a phenomenally competitive Tissot Superpole session determining the grid order for Race 1…

  • WSB: That’s a wrap! Jonathan Rea takes the win and the title in style.

    WSB: That’s a wrap! Jonathan Rea takes the win and the title in style.

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    The reigning Champion makes it four in a row as he wins Race One in France, ahead of Sykes and Fores. Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team) took the 2018 WorldSBK crown in style at the Acerbis French Round, slicing past teammate Tom Sykes in the early stages of Race One and imperious from there on…

  • WSB: Record-breaking Sykes pulls out all the stops in Tissot-Superpole

    WSB: Record-breaking Sykes pulls out all the stops in Tissot-Superpole

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    Some fastest ever laps in France see Sykes take pole number 47, ahead of teammate Rea “Mr Superpole” Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team) is on pole for Race 1 at the Acerbis French Round, putting in a last push at the end of Tissot-Superpole 2 to take his 47th pole and beat teammate Jonathan Rea…

  • WSBK: KRT one-two as Sykes again squeezes past Rea in closing stage

    WSBK: KRT one-two as Sykes again squeezes past Rea in closing stage

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    Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK) extended his historic Tissot Superpole record at the Automotodrom Brno with a brilliant final lap. The MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship returned to the Czech Republic in the same way it did six years ago, in the last Saturday here: with ‘Superpoleman’ Sykes leading the way into Race 1.…

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