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Loris Baz will head into Superpole at the Nurburgring seeking a shot at a maiden World Superbike pole position after setting the pace in FP2.
The Frenchman, a winner last time out at Silverstone, has been a consistent front runner this weekend and having set the third fastest time in Q2 earlier in the day, went even better in FP2 to set the pace with a lap of 1min 54.341secs.
Though one tenth shy of Chaz Davies's Q2 benchmark, Baz would at least benefit from the Welshman suffering a tumble in the closing stages of FP2, an error that would leave him down in tenth position.
Making big gains ahead of Superpole, Leon Haslam was a strong second fastest on the PATA Honda, while Tom Sykes set things up for Kawasaki by making it a ZX-10R 1-3 in third.
Italian pair Michel Fabrizio
and Marco Melandri followed in fourth and fifth, ahead of Sylvain Guintoli and Leon Camier, while just seven tenths would cover the entire top ten.
Ahead of his maiden Superpole appearance this afternoon, MGM Yamaha rider Matej Smrz suffered a costly fall at the start of the session to leave the wild-card sidelined, while Federico Sandi was another to fall foul during FP2.