Chaz Davies will look to maintain his front-running ways when the World Superbike Championship resumes this weekend at Jerez in Spain.

The Welshman enjoyed a strong turn of form last time out at Imola, claiming his first pole position of the season aboard the Ducati Panigale V4 R and a best-yet 2019 result of second, even if technical issues whilst leading in race one and race two’s cancellation ultimately limited his points’ haul.

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Onto Jerez this weekend, Davies is confident of carrying on where he left off from Italy, even if he anticipates the hotter-than-usual temperatures – a consequence of racing in Spain in June rather than September like previous years – will make it an unusual challenge

“I’m really looking forward to Jerez, which is going to be a bit of a change to the scenery and the temperature from the last couple of rounds because it’s hot down there now.

“I’ve had a mixed bag of results at Jerez before but despite this I’ve managed to take a few wins over the years so it’s a track where I know I can go well.

“Hopefully we can start from where we left off at Imola, where we were very strong, and just keep improving the Panigale V4 R in these different kinds of tracks.”

Davies heads to round six of the season sixth in the overall standings, 23 points shy of countryman Leon Haslam in fifth position.



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