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PJ Jacobsen has put the disappointment of crashing out at Aragon behind him by leading the way on Friday's wet practice at Assen, while title contenders Randy Krummenacher and Jules Cluzel fail to keep pace.

The Ten Kate-prepared Honda Racing rider suffered a first-lap exit last time out in Spain and is keen to make amends this weekend at the team's home round in Holland and has started strongly by setting the fastest time on the wet track with a 1m 54.999s.

The American's flyer saw him pull out a three-tenth advantage on closest challenger Kenan Sofuoglu, with wet-weather specialist Anthony West in third as he returns to World Supersport action.

However, for Sofuoglu's Kawasaki Puccetti team-mate Randy Krummenacher it was a difficult day ending it almost five seconds off Jacobsen's pace to finish 16th. MV Agusta's Jules Cluzel fared even worse in the wet nine seconds back and a lowly 30th on the timesheet.

Kyle Smith enjoyed an impressive Friday taking fourth overall as Ondrej Jezek rounds out the top five. Ilya Mikhalchik grabbed a strong sixth on the Junior Team Kawasaki ahead of Gino Rea, Alex Baldolini, Lorenzo Zanetti as Kevin Wahr completed the top ten.

 

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