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2014 World Superbike Imola Photo Gallery
Jonathan Rea was fastest during Friday's World Superbike Free Practice at Imola.
See photos from Round 4 of the 2014 World Superbike Championship in the 2014 World Superbike Imola photo gallery.
Marco Melandri posted the second-fastest time during World Superbike practice at Imola.
Sylvain Guintoli turning laps during World Superbike practice at Imola.
Eugene Laverty finished eighth on the timesheet in Friday's World Superbike practice at Imola.
Davide Giugliano paced fifth during World Superbike practice at Imola.
Alex Lowes finished in 11th position in Friday's World Superbike Free Practice at Imola.
Chaz Davies finished sixth in Friday's Free Practice at Imola.
World Superbike Imola Superpole with Jonathan Rea (center) in pole position, Sylvain Guintoli (left) in second and Davide Giugliano (right) in third.
Jonathan Rea was unstoppable at Imola, taking the early lead and wins in both races.
Imola World Superbike Race 1 podium 2014 with Jonathan Rea (center) in first, Chaz Davies (left) in second and Tom Sykes (right) in third.
Smiles all around as Jonathan Rea celebrates three wins in a row following his perfect showing at Imola.
Davide Giugliano, Tom Sykes, Chaz Davies and Loris Baz battling for second-place in Race 2 at Imola.
Tom Sykes (1) and Sylvain Guintoli (50) trying to keep the advantage at Imola.
Chaz Davies (7) scored two second-place finishes at Imola.
Lorenzo Zanetti (26) scored his first World Supersport race win at Imola.
World Supersport Imola podium 2014 with Lorenzo Zanetti (center) in first, Michael van der Mark (left) in second and Florian Marino (right) in third.
Alex Lowes (22) went 8-10 at Imola.
Chaz Davies heavily pursued by Tom Sykes, Loris Baz and Davide Giugliano at Imola.
Eugene Laverty (58) went 7-9 at Imola.
Suzuki teammates Eugene Laverty and Alex Lowes lead a packed group of riders through a tight section at Imola.
Bimota Alstare remains subject to homologation and did not take points at Imola, but Ayrton Badovini (85) finished as the fastest EVO machine in Race 2. Teammate Christian Iddon (2) took 12th overall in Race 1.
Jules Cluzel was in position early in the World Supersport race to challenge for the win at Imola, but rear tire issues caused problems and dropped him back to 15th by the checkers.
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