2014 Aragon World Supersport ResultsThree-time World Champion Kenan Sofuoglu took his first win of the 2014 World Supersport season this past weekend at Motorland Aragon in Spain.
The Kawasaki Mahi Racing Team India ZX-6R pilot took the win after two of his main rivals – Jules Cluzel and Kev Coghlan – crashed ahead of him, allowing him to ride to victory alone.Sofuoglu, who suffered a DNF in the Phillip Island opener, was joined on the podium by Pata Honda World Supersport’s Michael van der Mark and Kawasaki Intermoto Ponyexpres pilot Florian Marino, respectively.When the race began, six riders swapped places with MV Agusta RC – Yakhnich Motorsport’s Cluzel, the winner at Phillip Island. En route, Cluzel also claimed the a new lap record at Aragon.As the race continued the leading group split with van der Mark, Sofuoglu, and Cluzel joining Coghlan (DMC Panavto-Yamaha) battling for victory.Cluzel and Coghlan collided with each other at the back straight on lap 12, giving the lead to Sofuoglu. Cluzel was suffered a DNF, but Coghlan would remount and finish fifth.This allowed Coghlan to keep the World Supersport points lead; the British rider has 31 points, just two ahead of Marino, and five ahead of Raffaele De Rosa (CIA Insurance Honda), who finished sixth at Aragon. Tied with 25 points in fourth and fifth is Sofuoglu and Cluzel.The series now breaks for two weeks before heading to Assen in The Netherlands.Attached above are video highlights of Aragon World Supersport.2014 Aragon World Supersport Results:
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