Turkey’s Toprak Razgatlioglu has received the second characteristic World Superbike race at Navarra forward of Scott Redding and Jonathan Rea.
The Yamaha rider took the lead on the primary lap and managed the race.
Ducati rider Redding beat Rea into second after capitalising on a mistake with three laps to go.
Razgatlioglu is degree on factors with Rea on the prime of the standings however the Kawasaki rider leads courtesy of getting extra victories this season.
The Northern Irishman has received eight races in comparison with Razgatlioglu’s six journeys to the highest step of the rostrum.
Rea slipped to fifth from the beginning as Yamaha duo Andrea Locatelli and Razgatlioglu swapped positions with Redding for the lead, nevertheless the 34-year-old managed to get well to 3rd by the top of the primary lap by passing team-mate Alex Lowes and Locatelli.
Rea then dived up the within of Redding, who received the primary two races in Spain, on lap two and set after chief Razgatlioglu as the highest three within the championship broke away from the chasing pack.
The trio remained tied collectively for the subsequent 10 laps with none vital challenges for place earlier than Razgatlioglu started to tug away from Rea and Redding.
Redding nearly capitalised on a mistake from Rea, who practically crashed on the closing nook with six laps to go, and the English rider made his transfer the next lap however ran vast when making an attempt an overtake and needed to concede the place again to his rival.
Nevertheless Redding, who signed a contract with BMW for 2022 this week, dived across the exterior of Rea with three laps to go after one other wobble for the Kawasaki, who needed to accept third place.
The in-form Locatelli held a snug fourth forward of BMW duo Tom Sykes and Michael van der Mark, who had been sandwiched between Lowes.
Chaz Davies crashed out on the primary lap of the race after an incident between the Welsh rider’s Ducati and the Yamaha of Garrett Gerloff.
The subsequent spherical of the World Superbike Championship takes place at Magny-Cours in France from 4-5 September.
|Jonathan Rea (GB)||Kawasaki||311|
|Toprak Razgatlioglu (Tur)||Yamaha||311|
|Scott Redding (GB)||Ducati||273|
|Alex Lowes (GB)||Kawasaki||169|
|Andrea Locatelli (Ita)||Yamaha||151|
|Michael Ruben Rinaldi (Ita)||Ducati||150|
|Tom Sykes (GB)||BMW||146|