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World Superbike rivals have death-defying row as shocking footage shows Sylvain Barrier and Michael Van Der Mark having side-by-side argument for half a lap in Spain There was drama in the second Aragon World Superbike race on Saturday Sylvain Barrier and Michael Van Der Mark got in a heated side-by-side argument   Both riders were visibly annoyed at the other competitor's actions on the track Barrier tried to collide with Van Der Mark during the heated qualifying session 

By Sam Blitz For Mailonline

Published: 13:14 BST, 5 September 2020 | Updated: 13:14 BST, 5 September 2020

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World Superbike riders Sylvain Barrier and Michael Van Der Mark were involved in a shocking argument during the middle of a qualifying race in Spain on Saturday.

The pair were registering their qualifying times in Aragon for the second race of the season in Spain when Yamaha's Van Der Mark suddenly became irate with the Ducati rider who was just behind him.

Barrier then caught up with the Dutch racer and then started finger-pointing at him, with the argument continuing for half a lap. 

World Superbike rivals Sylvain Barrier (right) and Michael Van Der Mark (left) had a heated row

World Superbike rivals Sylvain Barrier (right) and Michael Van Der Mark (left) had a heated row

Van Der Mark began the argument during the qualifying row and was furious at Barrier (left)

Van Der Mark began the argument during the qualifying row and was furious at

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