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Chaz Davies was victorious in a damp Sunday World Superbike race at Magny-Cours, as newly-crowned champion Jonathan Rea was forced to retire in the early stages.
World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea says he remains “eager for more” after sealing his third successive title in the series at Magny-Cours.
Jonathan Rea has been crowned World Superbike champion for a third year in a row after crushing the opposition in a wet first race at Magny-Cours.
Ducati's Chaz Davies repeated his Saturday performance by winning the second World Superbike race at Magny-Cours ahead of Kawasaki duo Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes.
Chaz Davies was victorious in first World Superbike race at Magny-Cours after choosing the right tyre compound to start the race on a drying track.
Reigning World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea took his first pole position of the 2016 season after dominating a wet qualifying session at Magny-Cours.
Davide Giugliano is 15th, hindered by right-shoulder issues
All eyes are on Rea ahead of the Fassi French Round
Chaz Davies says he is pleased to leave the Magny-Cours World Superbike round with a 16-point advantage over Tom Sykes in the battle for the runner-up spot in the championship.
World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea claimed the 14th victory of his title-winning campaign, beating Chaz Davies in a thrilling second race at Magny-Cours.
New World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea overhauled teammate Tom Sykes to lead home a Kawasaki one-two in a wet first race at Magny-Cours.
With Rea already crowned World Champion, the series heads to France
Sylvain Guintoli narrowed the gap to leader Tom Sykes to just twelve points.
Because of the weather, the race distance was reduced to 19 laps.
The two Ducati Superbike men quickly got to work setting up their 1199 Panigale bikes.
Tom Sykes is looking to return to his previous winning form.
Christensen and Makowiecki got the chance to test the 919 at the Magny-Cours circuit in France.