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A hat-trick of wins and records broken at Donington Park for the BMW WorldSBK Team

With nine wins to his name this season now, including seven consecutive victories, Razgatlioglu extended his lead in the rider’s championship to 41 points. In the Manufacturer’s Championship, BMW reduced the gap to leader Ducati to just six points. Scott Redding from the Bonovo action BMW Racing Team also had a strong weekend, starting from third place and finishing fourth in two races at his home round.

Manzi finishes on the podium on Saturday and van-Straalen picks up a bag of points at Donington Park

Manzi rode a hard race to finish second in Race One and van Straalen finished twelfth. With a shortened Race Two, the R6 lacks the torque of the larger new generation supersport machines, so Manzi and van Straalen struggled to get the most out of the time. They still both managed to finish in the top 7 though.

Tom Booth-Amos finishes 7th and 5th for his best results of the season for PTR Triumph

Tom Booth-Amos and PTR Triumph got their best results so far this season at Donington Park with Tom finishing 7th and 5th. The team head to Most with a new-found confidence.

Andrea Iannone suffers with arm pump forcing him to retire at Donington Park

Due to a mistake at the last corner with Andrea going wide, he was forced to start from 19th, he finished 11th and got some points, but on Sunday arm pump forced Andrea to retire. Hopefully he will be rested for Most this weekend.

A tough weekend for MIE Honda at Donington Park with both Tarran and Adam crashing

It was a weekend to forget for Tarran Mackenzie at Donington Park. A crash in Race One ruled him out of Sunday's action and also for the next round at Most due to concussion rules. Adam Norrodin lost the front in Race Two and crashed out. Hopefully Adam and the team will have better luck in Most.

Tito Rabat finishes outside the points while Can Oncu scores points at Donington Park

Tito Rabat didn't have a great weekend at Donington Park, despite a great effort from Puccetti Racing, while Can Oncu scored a couple of points in the WorldSSP races. Hopefully more points will be gained at the next round in Most this weekend.

Double podium for Broc Pearson and DesmoSport Ducati

Strong strategy in qualifying saw the team secure pole before two red flags caused the session to be called short, while Pearson executed a strong race plan, narrowly missing his first race and round win by just 0.044 seconds.

Cameron Peterson on the podium at Laguna Seca with Attack Performance Yamaha

Cameron Petersen rode hard and it was enough to give him third place in Race One, despite the five-second jump start penalty. At the finish he was seven seconds behind Herrin and some three seconds clear of EasyHealthPlans.com/TopPro Racing’s Sean Dylan Kelly.

Team Go Eleven head to Donington Park in the first of the double WorldSBK rounds

Andrea Iannone: "I'm happy to return to Donington after so many years. My last visit dates back to when I was riding the 125, it will be nice to rediscover the track with a different type of bike, with a lot more horsepower. I remember it as a smooth and fun track. We will do our best, hoping that the weather conditions are stable enough."

MotoAmerica heads to Laguna Seca this weekend

Wrench Motorcycles’ Bobby Fong sits atop the Championship with 158 points. That’s one better than three-time and defending MotoAmerica Superbike Champion Jake Gagne (157 points), seven better than Cameron Petersen (151 points) and nine more than Warhorse HSBK Racing Ducati’s Josh Herrin (149 points).

PTR Triumph looking to shine at their home round at Donington Park

Feeling at an advantage following a very successful British Championship wildcard weekend at the Derbyshire track back in May, Booth-Amos is looking forward to his first 'at home' World Supersport appearance aboard the Triumph Street Triple 765.

Ten Kate Racing head to Donington Park for round 5 of WorldSSP

After another long break, the fifth round of the FIM Supersport World Championship will be held at Donington Park this weekend. It is the first of two rounds in a row in which Stefano Manzi will hope to reduce his gap to his competitors as Glenn van Straalen will be looking to make some steps forward.

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