World Superbike Jerez, Spain – Official warm-up results Ducati rider Michael Rinaldi dominated Sunday’s WorldSBK warm-up ahead of Jonathan Rea.

World Superbike Jerez, Spain – Warm-up Results
Pos Rider Nat Team Time
1 Michel rinaldi ITA Aruba.It Ducati 1: 39.688s
2 Jonathan Réa GB Kawasaki Racing Team + 0.092s
3 Garrett gerloff United States GRT Yamaha + 0.161s
4 Alex lowes GB Kawasaki Racing Team + 0.212s
5 Leon Haslam GB CRH team + 0.433s
6 Michael van der mark NED Motorrad BMW WorldSBK Team + 0.459s
7 Toprak Razgatlioglu TUR PATA Yamaha + 0.519s
8 Andrea Locatelli ITA PATA Yamaha + 0.569s
9 Allvaro Bautista SPA CRH team + 0.620s
ten Axel Bassani ITA Motocorsa Ducati + 0.663s
11 Scott redding GB Aruba.It Ducati + 0.669s
12 Loris Baz ENG GoEleven Ducati + 0.672s
13 Leandro Mercado ARG MIE Honda Racing + 1.201s
14 Samuele Cavalieri SPA Barni Ducati + 1.221s
15 Kohta Nozane JPN GRT Yamaha + 1.468s
16 Eugene Laverty IRL Motorrad BMW WorldSBK Team + 1.844s
17 Marvin fritz ALL IXS-YART Yamaha + 1.849s
18 Jonas Folger ALL Benovo bmw + 1.881s
19 Christophe Ponsson ENG Gil Yamaha + 2.545s
20 Loris Cresson BEL Pedercini Kawasaki + 2.876s
21 Andrea Mantovani ITA Vince64 Racing Kawasaki + 2.958s
22 Lachlan Épis AUS Pedercini Kawasaki + 4.868s
23 Isaac vinales SPA Orelac Racing Kawasaki No time

Rinaldi and Rea were the runners with the pace throughout the race as they immediately set lap times of less than 1m40.

Rea was the first to do so, but Rinaldi, who followed the six-time world champion in the duo’s third round, managed to edge the Kawasaki rider by just under a tenth.

It was an impressive start to the race day for American Garrett Gerloff who placed third with just over four minutes left – a position he held until the flag.

Since meeting and crashing with several drivers earlier this year, Gerloff has become a shell of himself, however, the speed has stayed there on several occasions, including this session.

Pole-sitter of today’s doubles races, Toprak Razgatlioglu finished seventh, one place ahead of his teammate Andrea Locatelli.

After missing Saturday’s Superpole qualifying and FP3 sessions, it has been confirmed that Lucas Mahias will miss the rest of 2021 due to injury.

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