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WorldSBK Superpole Race: Scott Redding doubles up in Navarra - Everything Moto Racing

WorldSBK Superpole Race: Scott Redding doubles up in Navarra

Scott Redding won a thrilling Superpole race in Navarra.

Scott Redding won an incredible Superpole race in Navarra, we witnessed a whole host of battles and fairing bashing with Toprak Razgatlioglu and Jonathan Rea making contact at 150mph, smashing into one another in T1. Redding, Razgatlioglu and Rea went guns blazing in the first few laps with Toprak making his way to P3 from P8 in the opening few corners as Redding forced his way past Rea to lead the race.

For Redding he wasn’t able to lead every lap of the race with Jonathan Rea riding the most aggressive we’ve seen in a while putting in some unbelievable moves on Redding which would eventually open the door to Razgatlioglu who blasted his way past Redding demoting the British rider down to third place. Of course Redding wasn’t going to take this lying down, especially when he knew his bike was performing much better than both the Kawasaki and the Yamaha at the Navarra circuit.

A move from Toprak Razgatlioglu on Jonathan Rea at turn one for the lead would end up in contact between the pair sending them way off their racing lines allowing Redding to catch up and dispose of Toprak then eventually Rea also who really wasn’t enjoying the final few 1st gear corners of the lap.

It was Redding’s race to lose from then on once he got into first place, putting a 0.500-second gap to Rea and maintaining this until the end of the race thus winning his third consecutive race and doing the double here in Navarra with one more race left to go this afternoon.

Rea then Razgatlioglu rounded off the podium with Rea extending his title lead up to nine points, still nothing to shout about just yet knowing how unbelievably close it is at the moment in the races and championship.

Andrea Locatelli raced to another very strong P4 finish putting in an aggressive but fair move on Alex Lowes to demote the British rider to fifth place ahead of Tom Sykes and the fastest independent rider Chaz Davies in seventh place. Sykes once again beat his teammate Michael van der Mark who finished in P8 battling with a careful Garrett Gerloff in P9 who seems to have disappeared a little following from a lot of controversies this year. Alvaro Bautista rounded off the top 10.

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