Bitubo SBK Aragon

A great weekend for Bitubo at WSBK
The third stage of the SBK and Supersport 600 World Championship was held at the Motorland Circuit in Aragon, which also saw the first round of the Supersport 300 World Championship with the debut of the new Kawasaki Ninja 400. In this class, Bitubo supports two of the best teams participating in the entire World Championship: the Kawasaki ParkinGO Team and the GP Project Team.
The first world pole position of the new Ninja 400 arrived at the first attempt right from the Kawasaki ParkinGO Team. Mika Perez, the team's number-one seed, got the Pole Position (2'07.938), breaking down the record of almost 5 seconds, set by Deroue in 2017 (2'12.712). The race was very tough from the first to the last lap with Perez, who led the race for several laps, to then be sucked by the group and finishing in third position at 0.125 seconds from the winner.
Another great Bitubo driver, Mykyta Kalinin, always riding the Kawasaki Ninja 400, but managed by the GP Project Team, finished closed to the podium, crossing the line in fourth place (0.125 sec.).
Always in the Supersport 300, Enza De La Vega (GP Project) finished in twelfth place, while, unfortunately, Filippo Rovelli (Kawasaki ParkinGO Team) was forced to retire.

In Supersport 600, the only deployed Team Honda (Team Lorini) made well impression thanks to the fifth place of Kyle Smith, while Michael Canducci (Team Go Eleven) managed to reach points with the fourteenth place. Out of the points Jaimie van Sikkelerus (Team Lorini), who arrived nineteenth, while Jamie van Sikkelerus (Team Lorini) came twenty-fourth.

In Superbike, Roman Ramos with the Kawasaki ZX-10R (Team Go Eleven), took the chequered flag in tenth place in Race 1 and in eleventh place in Race 2 in eleventh position. His consistency in the results sees him eleventh in the overall standings.

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