Michael van der Mark won the second race of the weekend in the World Superbike Championship on Sunday.
The Dutchman was the fastest at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
At the MotoGP Maverick Viñales took the victory in the Grand Prix of Emilia Romagna.
Van der Mark was the first to cross the line in the Superpole race on behalf of Yamaha.
He left British classification leader Jonathan Rea (second) and Frenchman Loris Baz (third) behind.
It is the fifth time this season for the 27-year-old Van der Mark that he is on the podium.
He previously finished third in Jérez, Portimão (twice) and Aragón.
On Saturday, the first race of the weekend was won by Rea.
Van der Mark then finished fourth.
Another race in Barcelona will follow later that day.
In the battle for the world title, Rea leads on behalf of Kawasaki, ahead of Ducati rider Scott Redding and Yamaha's Toprak Razgatlioglu.
Van der Mark is number four.
Maverick Viñales booked his first season win. (Photo: Pro Shots)
Maverick Viñales booked his first season win.
(Photo: Pro Shots)
Viñales the strength in Italy
In the MotoGP Viñales was the best at the Grand Prix of Emilia Romagna.
The Spaniard kept his fellow countrymen Joan Mir and Pol Espargaró behind him in northern Italy.
Francesco Bagnaia was on his way to victory, but lost seven laps before the end as leader.
The 25-year-old Viñales booked his first win of the season, which is only seven races old due to the corona crisis.
He is already this year's sixth different winner.
Andrea Dovizioso finished only eighth, but kept the lead in the World Cup position.
The Italian still has a one point lead over the Frenchman Fabio Quartararo.