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Both Tom Sykes and Eugene Laverty showed strong pace throughout Friday practice, with Sykes finishing in the top ten

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Sep 04, 2020: Michael Ruben Rinaldi upstages his factory rivals again to top WorldSBK FP2 at Motorland Aragon, from Jonathan Rea and Alex LowesMichael Ruben Rinaldi upstages his factory rivals again to top WorldSBK FP2 at Motorland Aragon, from Jonathan Rea and Alex Lowes

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Ducati rider Michael Ruben Rinaldi set the pace in Friday's two free practice sessions for this weekend's second Aragon World Superbike round.Ducati rider Michael Ruben Rinaldi set the pace in Friday's two free practice sessions for this weekend's second Aragon World Superbike round.

World Superbike: Michael Ruben Rinaldi tops Aragon practice

      More, from a press release issued by Dorna: #TeruelWorldSBK - Day 1  Rinaldi Vs Rea: Independent star holds Champion at bay in FP2 Michael Ruben Rinaldi sets the pace on Friday as WorldSBK action continues at MotorLand Aragon     MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship action continued with the Pirelli Teruel Round as Michael Ruben Rinaldi (Team GOELEVEN) continued to show impressive pace at MotorLand Aragon with the Italian rider topping both Free Practice sessions on Friday running as he edged out the reigning Champion by just 0.001s. Rinaldi posted a time of 1’49.840s in Free Practice 1, a good enough time to top the combined timesheets, ahead of five-time Champion Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK) by the smallest of margins as just 0.001s separated the duo after the two 50-minute sessions. Rea’s teammate, Alex Lowes, finished the session in third place as he made it two Kawasaki machines in the top three. Tom Sykes (BMW MotorradMichael Rinaldi, riding his Team Go Eleven Ducati Panigale V4 R, remained atop the field during World Superbike FP2 at Motorland Aragon II.

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