1. Isaac Viñales made it back-to-back rostrum visits in WorldSSP, the first time a Spanish rider has done this since Joan Lascorz back in 2010!

  2. For the first time in his career, 2017 World Supersport Champion Lucas Mahias achieves five consecutive podiums, making him one of the most consistent riders in recent rounds!

  3. Three times in third overall and three times a WorldSSP runner-up: the elusive first WorldSSP title for Jules Cluzel could come his way in Qatar if the results fall the Frenchman’s way!

  4. With just one round remaining in the WorldSSP Championship in 2019, the Kawasaki Puccetti Racing team confirm their star-studded rider line-up

  5. The Swiss rider gave a brief but intriguing reason for his worst results of the season in Argentina, which led to his Championship lead being cut!