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Sykes leads a historic 'double 1-2' for Kawasaki at Motorland Aragon
Baz briefly leads the WSBK standings as plays his part in Kawasaki's dominance
Iddon is very impressed by the all-new Bimota BB3’s performance at Aragon
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“Max had stepped aside, Sylvain had come in and I was the guy who had to challenge for the title. There’s pressure there.”
Tom Sykes: There’s not a lot of time to get a nice pot of tea or put the feet up between the races! 
Leon Camier settles back into WSBK competition with ease as he claims a WSBK EVO win on his first outing with BMW Italia in Spain. 
Chaz Davies feels he missed out on the chance of a podium at Motorland Aragon after two frustrating races in Spain.
Sylvain Guintoli says the earlier start time for the WSBK riders was critical to its struggle for pace in Motorland Aragon.
Davide Giugliano believes Ducati's strong pace on a difficult circuit is indicative of the improvements it has made recently. 
Tom Sykes and Loris Baz notch up a double 1-2 for Kawasaki as the Japanese manufacturer enjoys a landmark WSBK weekend at Motorland Aragon.
Suzuki's Alex Lowes looks ahead to Assen after a disappointing WSBK weekend in Spain that would yield just a single tenth place finish. 
Jonathan Rea celebrates on the podium for the first time since Silverstone 2013 after enjoying a step forward at Aragon. - RaceRoad
Jonathan Rea celebrates on the podium for the first time since Silverstone 2013 after enjoying a step forward at Aragon.