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The Ducati Superbike Team and its riders Chaz Davies and Davide Giugliano are France-bound for the penultimate round of the 2014 Superbike World Championship, taking place this weekend at the Circuit de Nevers Magny Cours
The Ducati Superbike Team is all set to return to the racetracks and battle it out at the Spanish circuit of Jerez, where round 10 of the 2014 Superbike World championship is taking place this coming weekend after a six week summer break.
Comments ahead of the event:
Chaz Davies – Ducati Superbike Team #7
“We had a very busy period just before the break, with testing, WDW and so on and so it’s definitely been nice to have a break, get into training, and do all those things that you don’t get chance to do during the season. I’ve even completed some advanced motorcycling training on the road, as part of a UK Department for Transport initiative to promote road safety. Anyway, I feel like I’ve really had a chance to recharge the batteries for the last three rounds. In terms of this coming weekend, Jerez has always been a little tough for me; I’ve never got the kind of results I really wanted. Saying that, I think the Panigale suits the track quite well and we were able to find a good set-up during testing earlier this season, so we have a solid base from which to start. We’ll definitely be doing our best.”
Davide Giugliano – Ducati Superbike Team #34
“It’s always good to get back on the bike after such a long break. It’ll be great to get back to work but it was also useful to have this chance to rest up, having had several events back to back right before the holiday. So I’ve made the most of these weeks and have spent time training but also relaxing a bit, at the coast and in the mountains. Looking ahead to Jerez, I really enjoy racing there and during the test sessions that we completed at the Spanish track a few months ago we were pretty fast which gives me confidence. I need to get back on my Ducati and use the first session to get back into a rhythm, and then hopefully we can continue on from where we left off before the break, making the most of these final three rounds and doing as well as we possibly can.”
Name: Circuito de Jerez
Length of circuit: 4.423 km
Pole Position: right
Race distance: 20 laps/88.460 km
Weekend schedule (CET):
11.45 – 12.30 – SBK Timed Practice 1
15.30 – 16.15 – SBK Timed Practice 2
9.45 – 10.30 – SBK Timed Practice 3
12.30 – 13.00 – SBK Free Practice
15.00 – 15.15 – Superpole 1
15.25 – 15.40 – Superpole 2
8.40 – 8.55 – SBK Warm-up
10.30 – SBK Race 1
13.10 – SBK Race 2
The Ducati Superbike Team travels on to the American circuit of Laguna Seca for round 9 of the 2014 Superbike World Championship, just two days after round 8 concluded at Portimao in Portugal.
Portimao (Portugal), Sunday 6 July 2014 – The Ducati Superbike Team celebrated its first ‘double podium’ of the season at the Autodromo Internacional do Algarve in Portugal yesterday , when factory riders Davide Giugliano and Chaz Davies crossed the line in second and third place respectively in this afternoon’s second Superbike race.
With the first half of the 2014 Superbike World Championship already behind them, the Ducati Superbike Team and riders Chaz Davies and Davide Giugliano now travel to the Portuguese ‘Autodromo Internacional do Algarve’ for round 8.
Yesterday, June 22nd, saw more than 900 partners and Valsir, Oli, Raffmetal and Fondital employees who watched the races at the Misano World Circuit of the second and final Italian round of the World Superbike Championship 2014 from the dedicated grandstand.