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  1. British newspaper sat down with series director Daniel Carrera

  2. WorldSSP300 thriller sees Italian storm to debut victory in Germany

  3. South African takes debut WorldSSP victory in Germany

  4. Frenchman finishes WorldSSP race in fourth place at the Prosecco DOC German Round

  5. A selection of the very best videos from the Prosecco DOC German Round.

  6. Aprilia’s Italian and Irish riders had contrasting results at the Prosecco DOC German Round

  7. MV Agusta rider so close to repeating top five Saturday result in Race 2 at Lausitzring

  8. The Racing - Ducati team got two wins and a further podium result in Germany

  9. Despite some strong battles British rider still has work to do

  10. Reigning champion takes positives from tough weekend in Germany

  11. In the Superstock 1000 European Championship class it was Rinaldi who got the win, in front of Jones and Tamburini

  12. Italian secured the victory as the sensational series returns from the summer

  13. Ducati man seals maximum points in Germany in Race 2, with Rea and Melandri following him across the finish line

  14. Late drama in Germany saw Morais take the victory, with Sofuoglu and Mahias on the podium - in a race curtailed after a late crash for Caricasulo and Mahias

  15. Catch up with all the facts and stats ahead of Sunday at the Prosecco DOC German Round

  16. British rider equals his best result of the season

  17. Racing – Ducati Team ensures top four day in Germany

  18. Italian rider on pole in STK1000 class at the Lausitzring, in front of Scheib and Rinaldi

  19. South African rider on pole in WorldSSP class ahead of Caricasulo and Tuuli

  20. Race 1 at Lausitzring sees Davies speed to victory, with Rea and Sykes also on the podium

  21. Italian fights off competition to take stunning pole position

  22. Yorkshireman smashed last year’s pole record and is joined on row one by Rea and Savadori

  23. Support will begin from Lausitzring onwards to cover second half of the season

  24. Frenchman is Friday’s fastest WorldSSP rider in Germany, ahead of Morais and Mahias

  25. Kawasaki Racing Team on top around the German circuit

  26. Sykes was Friday’s fastest courtesy of a new Lausitzring lap record, with Rea and Davies also in top three, before FP2 was disrupted by rain

  27. Nerds Racing announces launch ahead of next season

  28. In the first session of the Prosecco DOC German Round Sykes was the fastest rider with a new record lap time, with Rea and Davies also in FP1 top three

  29. German rider joined by Giugliano at Lausitzring

  30. Polish team set to make debut at German WorldSBK

  31. WorldSBK commentator Steve English looks ahead to the second half of the season

  32. Refresh your memory of WorldSBK races in Germany

  33. Italian extends contract with factory team alongside Davies

  34. Kawasaki Racing Team keen to head to Germany following valuable summer test

  35. Pata Yamaha Official WorldSBK duo ready to get back to racing action

  36. Althea BMW Racing Team look forward to German Round

  37. Plenty of off track action to keep fans entertained at #GermanWorldSBK

  38. One point separates the front runners as the season recommences

  39. WorldSBK heads into the second part of the season so it’s time to get your head around the stats ahead of Round Nine

  40. Inaugural series heads into the all important second half of the season

  41. Riders are ready to take on the second half of the season

  42. Sofuoglu is the man with the target on his back as WorldSSP heads to Germany

  43. New championship leader unable to pip rivals to the line in WorldSSP300

  44. German looks forward to his return to the WorldSBK paddock

  45. Germany the destination for the series in August

  46. Italian is keen to get underway in Germany with the Red Bull Honda World Superbike Team

  47. Italian rider to compete in WorldSBK until the end of the season

  48. Leading Italian Consortium continues support of WorldSBK

  49. Swedish rider to make return to World Supersport Championship

  50. The British rider will continue his partnership with team mate Michael van der Mark for a further year