Moto2 race winner Jordi Torres gave the clearest indication yet that he is considering a move into the World Superbike Championship next season after joining Kawasaki for testing at Motorland Aragon.

The Spaniard, who finished 16th overall in the 2014 Moto2 World Championship and won the German round in 2013, spent his day riding an EVO-specification ZX-10R as ridden by David Salom as part of a 'media day' organised by Kawasaki.

Even so, the 27-year-old is believed to be considering a move into World Superbikes for 2015 regardless having failed to land a ride in the intermediate grand prix category, with GO Eleven Kawasaki his rumoured destination.

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Should Torres opt for WSBK in 2015, he will be following Aspar Moto2 team-mate Nico Terol in making the switch, his fellow Spaniard having penned a deal to ride the Althea Ducati.