Jordi Torres says his sole objective at the World Superbike season finale is to demonstrate the competitive edge he poses on the Aprilia RSV4 RF, with one eye possibly on securing his future.

The Spaniard successfully secured the top rookie title last time out at Magny-Cours after holding an unassailable 52 point gap over Michael van der Mark and now wants to enjoy racing under the lights at the Losail International Circuit to maintain his fifth place in the championship standings.

Torres, who competed in Qatar at night in his Moto2 days, also has the opportunity to use the final round to exhibit himself in the bid to secure a ride in World Superbike for 2016 with his future yet to be confirmed.

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"The Losail circuit is fantastic and quite complete, with various turn configurations," Torres said. "My Aprilia will definitely adapt well so it will be up to us to find the best setting. Racing at night is always exciting, especially on a wide and safe track like this one.

"Since this is the last race of the season we'll be working our hardest, giving 100% from the very first practice session. The goal is to show how competitive both my bike and I are."