Razgatlioglu is the fastest in FP2 in Indonesia ahead of Rea and Gerloff

The Yamaha rider is very fast on the new Indonesian circuit, after having shone in FP1 he also wins the second free practice session. Immediately behind Jonathan Rea, fifth Redding, eighth Andrea Locatelli

Umberto Schiavella


Toprak Razgatlioglu is unstoppable. The Turkish Yamaha rider also won the second free practice session after dominating during FP1 on the Indonesian track, the last round of the 2021 season and decisive stage for the assignment of the world title. The leader of the world classification stops the clock at 1’34 “230, ahead of Jonathan Rea, 1’34” 404, and the independent R1 of the Texan Garrett Gerloff, 1’34 “455. Box number four for Alvaro Bautista’s Honda , 1’34 “460 the time of the Spaniard, followed by Scott Redding’s Ducati, 1’34” 579, and Leon Haslam’s Cbr1000 in 1’34 “601. In seventh position Alex Lowes precedes Andrea Locatelli and the BMW of Dutchman Michael van der Mark. The Italian Axel Bassani closes the top ten.

The others

Michael Ruben Rinaldi’s Panigale V4 R was eleventh ahead of Isaac Vinales ‘Kawasaki and Tom Sykes’ BMW. Nozane, Davies, Mercado, Ponsson, Rabat, Samuele Cavalieri and Konig close.


Here is the result of the second free practice session on the Indonesian track:

1. T. Razgatlioglu (Tur – Yamaha) 1’34 “230

2. J. Rea (GB – Kawasaki) 1’34″404

3. G. Gerloff (Usa – Yamaha) 1’34″455

4. A. Bautista (Spa – Honda) 1’34 “460

5. S. Redding (GB – Ducati) 1’34″579

6. L. Haslam (GB – Honda) 1’34″601

7. A. Lowes (GB – Kawasaki) 1’34″758

8. A. Locatelli (Ita – Yamaha) 1’34″877

M. van der Mark (Ola -Bmw) 1’34 “938

10. A. Bassani (Ita – Ducati) 1’34 “954

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Superbike Indonesia: FP1 in the morning

The Turkish of Yamaha was unreachable during the first free practice session on the Indonesian track. Toprak Razgatlioglu stops the time trial at 1’34 “985 in front of Alex Lowes, 1’36” 529, and Garrett Gerloff, 1’36 “585. 386, only eleventh, problems for the Northern Irishman with his mechanics who spend most of the time available to FP1 to work on the bike. Fourth for Scott Redding’s Ducati, 1’36 “820, fifth Isaac Vinales, 1’37” 079. Sixth box for Bautista followed by Bassani, van der Mark and Rinaldi. Andrea Locatelli closes the top ten. Thirteenth Chaz Davies, eleventh Samuele Cavalieri.

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This is the situation of the SBK World Championship:

1. T. Razgatlioglu (Tur – Yamaha), 531

2. J. Rea (GB – Kawasaki), 501

3. S. Redding (GB – Ducati), 465

4. M. Rinaldi (Ita – Ducati), 278

5. A. Locatelli (Ita – Yamaha), 270

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This is the ranking of the SBK Constructors’ World Championship:

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Razgatlioglu is the fastest in FP2 in Indonesia ahead of Rea and Gerloff

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