Chaz Davies is eager to continue Racing Ducati’s progress at Donington Park having improved year-on-year at his home round for the Italian manufacturer as a maiden win remains elusive.

The factory Ducati rider has claimed four podiums over the past three years at his home round, while showing glimpses of front-running pace against the dominant Kawasaki duo of Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes last year, but so far Donington Park remains one the few circuits Davies is yet to clinch victory at in his World Superbike career.

Davies says his plan is to continue Ducati’s progress at Donington Park to find “the next step” as he aims to cut into Rea’s championship lead which stands at 47 points heading into this weekend.



“Donington is a track I really enjoy, the atmosphere there is awesome and the home crowd support is always great,” Davies said. “My first time out there was back in 1999 and I had some great results with two-strokes, but not yet with Superbike unfortunately.

“We've made improvements every year and it seems that we have been getting closer to our main rivals around there, so the goal is to find the next step and hopefully we'll have some results to cap off the weekend nicely.”


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