Two victories and a second place in Most WorldSBK puts Toprak Razgatlioglu back on the heels of championship leader Jonathan Rea.

Razgatlioglu took a stunning last lap victory in race one after bettering Scott Redding with just two corners left. 

The win created a 25 point swing after Rea crashed twice - the first of which whilst battling the Yamaha man for second spot. 

Razgatlioglu then took his second consecutive win of the Autodrom Most’ (Czech Republic) inaugural event, thanks to a dominating Superpole race performance. 

The Pata Yamaha rider was unable to make it three in a row however, as Redding finally got the better of the 24 year-old. 

Razgatlioglu suffered from ‘chatter’ on the rear of his R1 machine after making a slight set-up adjustment for the final race, but was still able to better Rea by more than ten seconds. 

"I am really happy, for me it has been a very good weekend – my team did an incredible job and we are working really hard," added Razgatlioglu. 

"Two wins, one second position – not too bad! In the last race, we tried a little bit different suspension set-up but in the race and I did not feel quite as good. 

"I tried to follow Scott [Redding], and I tried also to keep the rear tyre, but after some laps I felt some rear chatter and less grip. I say at this point, okay, second position is enough for me because we take such good points for the championship this weekend. 

"It is also very good for Yamaha to be leading the Manufacturer championship, and also very good situation for me – this year is the first time that I am very close with Jonny [Rea] in the Riders’ Championship. 

"It is different for me and maybe I am feeling also sometimes a bit stressed! But I am focused only on each race, because I am fighting for the win always, this is important. It is not always easy! I am ready for the fight in Navarra, I like the track - we will see!"