Davies grabs pole in Germany
Ducati rider Chaz Davies, Kawasaki rider Tom Sykes and Honda rider Nicky Hayden on the front row at the Lausitzring - Markus Reiterberger experienced difficult Superpole. After the Superbike World Championship riders were able to complete the first two free practice sessions in dry conditions at Lausitzing, it rained heavily overnight and made it difficult to work on Saturday morning. The third free practice session was held on a wet track completely. Nicky Hayden, Alex Lowes and Markus Reiterberger rushed. Lowes had to watch in Superpole, Hayden and Reiterberger could get back on their Superbikes.
Towards the end of the 15-minute Superpole 2 succeeded Ducati factory rider Chaz Davies in 1: 37,883 minutes beat the fastest lap of the session. Kawasaki rider Tom Sykes was only 0.125 seconds slower than compatriot Davies. Ten Kate Honda rider Nicky Hayden completed in the two races at the Lausitzring front row.
Aprilia rider Lorenzo Savadori, who was the pilot soared on Friday, comes at the Lausitzring from grid position four in the two races. Besides Ioda-pilot are Jordi Torres (BMW) and World Champion Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki) in series two. Rea had to after the botched Friday qualify through Superpole 1, this hurdle mastered but together with Ducati rider Davide Giugliano. 46er-hours driven: At the end of Superpole 1 were. 1
Over the Superpole the Lausitzring dried off and on. The times were faster. Towards the end of Superpole 2 arrived at the pilot almost the times from dry Friday practice and drove 1: 37er- and 1: .38 times.
For Althea BMW driver Markus Reiterberger Superpole did not go as desired. The Bayer drove the slowest time of all Superpole 2 pilots and qualified for the eleventh place on the grid. Reiterberger the fourth row tells Honda rider Michael van der Mark and Yamaha rider Lowes.