With today’s race cancelled due to heavy rain, the new Sunday schedule sees two feature length contests. Razgatlıoğlu holds a 30-point advantage over Rea, meaning the Turkish rider has the possibility of sealing the title in tomorrow’s opener, should he finish within five points of the Kawasaki rider.
Teammate Andrea Locatelli also enjoyed a strong qualifying performance, with the Italian rookie set to line up on the second row from fifth. The 2021 rookie is in a battle with Ducati’s Michael Ruben Rinaldi for fourth in the standings, with his fellow countryman set to start down in 14th.
After a Warm Up at 09:00 (GMT+8), the first points of the weekend are on offer in Race 1 at 11:00, with the final race of the 2021 WorldSBK season set to get underway at 15:00.
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