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Aragon Start

Bautista in control as WSBK heads to his backyard, Aragon

2019 WSBK - Round Three - Aragon Alvaro Bautista carries 26-point lead into Aragon The first stop back in Europe for WorldSBK season 2019 sees the...
WSBK Rnd WorldSSP Krummenacher GB

Randy Krummenacher wins World Supersport at P.I.

2019 WorldSBK Round One - Phillip Island World Supersport Results / Race Report WorldSBK organisers and Pirelli had made a ruling that forced World Supersport riders to...
WSBK Losail WSSP Cortese

Cortese claims WSSP title | Mahias 2018 runner-up

Sandro Cortese claims 2018 World Supersport title Lucas Mahias wins Qatar WSSP race for 2018 runner up GRT Yamaha claims WSSP Teams Title GRT Yamaha's Lucas Mahias...
WorldSBK Portimao R Rea Front

Can Jonathan Rea wrap up WorldSBK at Magny-Cours

Final European WorldSBK Round heads to Magny-Cours Will Rea wrap up the championship, extending his 116 point lead The MOTUL FIM Superbike Championship is set to complete...
WorldSBK Rnd Portugal Rea DSC

Rea delivers Portimao WSBK perfection on Sunday

Rea wins WorldSBK Race 2 from van der Mark and Melandri Caricasulo takes the Supersport victory from Smith and De Rosa Edwards sixth in Supersport 300...
WorldSBK Rnd Misano WorldSSP West DSC

Anthony West takes sixth at Misano | WorldSSP

Federico Caricasulo wins Misano Supersport Race Anthony West finishes sixth Anthony West's EAB antwest Racing World Supersport Team arrived at Misano on Italy’s Adriatic coast, unsure...
Chaz Davies became the third race winner for 2018 at Race 2 in Thailand

Chaz Davies takes Thai WSBK Race Two win

Davies becomes third victor of 2018 in Thailand Rea holds Championship lead by two-points from Melandri Randy Krummenacher takes WSS victory Chaz Davies took a surprise win...
Marco Melandri holds the WorldSBK lead heading to Thailand

WSBK heads to Buriram Thailand for round two

Ten quick facts about the Thai WSBK round 1. Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team) has never finished lower than second here, winning five times out...
Marco Melandri made it two for two at The Island to open 2018

WorldSBK riders reflect on Phillip Island Opener

WorldSBK riders talk Phillip Island Race Two Melandri takes the double - Rea second in race two Marco Melandri - Race 1 1st - Race 2...

Giuseppe Scarcella on World Supersport grid at Imola

As WorldSBK heads to Imola, will the Kawasaki domination continue or could a home hero be crowned Aiden Wagner leaves Lorini Honda WSSP team citing...
WorldSBK 2017 - Thailand - Race 2 Podium - Rea, Sykes, Melandri

Rea takes a double in Thailand | Wagner 8th in SSP

Jonathan Rea makes it four in a row in Thailand Aiden Wagner takes eighth and Lachlan Epis 12th in World Supersport The second round of the 2017...
Tom Sykes: “The Ninja ZX-10R is working well after we started quite steadily this weekend. We made some small changes to the bike every session and now I feel more comfortable on it. On the race tyre I was able to feel more comfortable and in Superpole, with the qualifying tyre, I just made it to the apexes a little bit easier. The circuit is missing a little bit of grip and of course the high winds are not helping, especially on the final section, but it is costing everybody some time. I am happy, especially after the changes we made today. I feel more comfortable and confident for the races tomorrow but I expect two difficult races. There are a lot of riders who are capable of running at the front but we will do the best we can.”

WorldSBK 2015 halfway mark at Portimao

Portuguese Round to mark halfway point of WorldSBK 2015 season The Autodromo Internacional do Algarve to host another battle for supremacy Popular Portuguese holiday destination the...