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Also for the WSBK is the time to get back to work: in a few hours back to the track on the Lausitzring track!

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We apologize for the long silence, but the work shifts, have taken over.
The summer break is still long but the news has not stopped: we are pointing at the WSBK and the Motomondiale Paddock situation waiting to kick off the second part of the championship in August.

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Jonathan Rea's Wonderful Victory in Race 2 at Laguna Seca after Chaz Davies's victory in Race1. After a pleasant break on the American track, he returns to vacation waiting to resume the title race with all the Lausitzring categories. As always, hello Nicky!

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After the intense weekend of Misano, the WSBK leaves us with the beautiful victory of Marco Melandri and the smaller classes ready to score the top but for now we all go on vacation! Except for the SBK, which first stops at Laguna Seca.

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The break is over, you go back to the track with the WSBK who resumes his run from Misano.

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"I'm fine" is a relative phrase but today, after all that happened in Imola's weekend, it's the nicest phrase we could read about Social. Big double Ducati, great domination of Sofuoglu, Garcia and Rinaldi, but the real key point of the weekend of the Italian round are the medical bulletins declaring all the healthy and savvy riders. We see you at Donington with the hope that the black cloud is all gone.

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This weekend's joy for the winners leaves room for concern over the conditions of a pilot, Luca Marconi specifically. With a fixed eye on the updates, we publish the pages and hope for the best.

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Small general summary and eyes pointing towards the Cathedral: the WSBK trip continues in Holland for the fourth round of the season.

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Let's pick up where we had left with Jonathan Rea absolute ruler in the first two days of testing at Jerez in 2017, in front of a surprising Aprilia led by Lorenzo Salvadori. Several falls, fortunately without serious consequences.
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