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Rea stays with Ten Kate to fight for WSB crown in 2011

Michael Guy, 13 September 2010 15:41

Jonathan Rea has ended speculation that he could switch to MotoGP next season by confirming that he will remain in WSB with Ten Kate Honda in 2011. During 2010 Rea has already won four races and has comfortably outscored any of his rivals in the previous six races having secured two wins and four seconds. He now sits third in ...

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Marco Melandri signs for Yamaha WSB team in 2011

Michael Guy, 05 September 2010 23:00

Marco Melandri has signed an agreement to join the World Superbike Championship for the 2011 race season. Melandri will ride the Sterilgarda Yamaha R1 and follow former MotoGP riders Max Biaggi and Carlos Checa into the Superbike class. He said: “I’m very happy with this new challenge, it’s a big change and I want to fight for world superbike wins,” ...

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WSB test Imola – Fabrizio heads Rea, Haslam suffers big crash

Michael Guy, 30 June 2010 13:57

Xerox Ducati rider Michel Fabrizio was once again the fastest man on track at the end of the opening four hour session this morning. The 25 year old Italian ran in the top three from mid morning onwards and posted a lap time of 1.47.854 over i/10th faster than Leon Haslam’s day one best. Hannspree Ten Kate Honda rider Jonathan ...

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Bayliss on the pace despite crash

Michael Guy, 14 June 2010 15:35

In the final day of testing at Misano, Troy Bayliss remains on the pace of factory riders Noriyuki Haga and Michel Fabrizio despite crashing just before lunch. The three time world champion who revealed on Saturday that he will not be making a return to WSB competition as either a full time rider or wild card lost the front of ...

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WSB Miller: Aprilia boss ponders MotoGP future

Michael Guy, 31 May 2010 03:28

Aprilia Motorsport boss Gigi Dall’Igna has confirmed that the Italian manufacturer are keeping a close eye on the MotoGP with a view to returning to the class. Aprilia left the MotoGP paddock in 2004 after failing to get up to speed with the powerful but problematic RS3 Cube, but since switching to WSB they have proved their credentials in the ...

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Miller WSB: Aprilia confirm they will use gear driven cam motor

Michael Guy, 29 May 2010 00:39

Aprilia Motorsport boss, Gigi Dall’Igna has told MCN that both Max Biaggi and Leon Camier will use the new gear driven cam engine this weekend in America. Aprilia are believed to have used the new engine at the opening round of the championship at Phillip Island in qualifying, but not the race. Although there were no official protests, rival manufacturers ...

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WSB paddock gossip from Kyalami

Michael Guy, 20 May 2010 15:18

Paolo Flammini will host an all top teams meeting of all the manufacturers at Miller Motorsports Park later this month to discuss the current state of the championship with a focus on grid numbers and ongoing technical regulations in both World Superbike and Supersport. Leon Haslam debuted a new Arai Helmet design for the 2010 World Cup. The Drudi design ...

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Bayliss to make WSB comeback

Michael Guy, 12 May 2010 08:35

WSB legend Troy Bayliss has revealed to MCN that he wants to make a Superbike comeback in 2011. The three time champion retired at the end of 2008 after emphatically wrapping up his third crown, but now he say’s he could make a return to the series he once dominated and has his first test on a development Ducati 1198 ...

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Rea frustrated with ninth, but moves to joint fifth in the standings

Michael Guy, 11 May 2010 13:23

When Superstock 600 champions Gino Rea graduated to the World Supersport Championship onboard the Intermoto Czech Honda, no one could have predicted that he would be fifth in the standings after the opening five rounds.   But due to five strong and consistent rides the 20 year old from Surrey is making his mark on the series and opening the paddocks ...

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WSB Monza: Fabrizio on top in second qualifying

Michael Guy, 08 May 2010 11:05

Xerox Ducati man Michel Fabrizio stormed to an impressive fastest time in second qualifying this morning at Monza. The 25 year old Italian attacked the fast 3.58 mile circuit to set a stunning 1.43.737s lap – 0.361s faster than his closest rival. At the beginning of the session the track was still wet following heavy overnight rain, but with each ...

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