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Misano WSB: Hopkins out as rain hits Misano

Michael Guy, 21 June 2009 10:00

John Hopkins will not ride in the two WSB races at Misano today due to injuries sustained in Assen in April. Hopkins planned to make his comeback this weekend, but has struggled throughout practice and qualifying with pain in his left leg that prevented him moving on the bike as he wanted.  His decision not to race has been helped ...

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Monza WSB: Spies takes victory in Race 2

James Keen, 10 May 2009 15:13

Yamaha rider Ben Spies took the win in the second World Superbike race at the Autodromo Nazionale in Italy. Spies placed 15th in race 1 after bike trouble saw him drop back from the lead on the last lap. Winner of race 1, Ducati Xerox rider Michel Fabrizio, had to settle for second place this time around. Ten Kate Honda rider Ryuichi ...

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Monza WSB: Crutchlow wins Supersport race

James Keen, 10 May 2009 13:55

British rider Cal Crutchlow won the World Supersport race at Monza, Italy onboard a Yamaha YZF-R6.    Crutchlow was fastest in the supersport qualifying session with a 1'49.706 lap. Spanish rider Joan Lascorz claimed second for the Kawasaki Motocard.com team. Third place went to Crutchlow's French Yamaha World Supersport team mate Fabien Foret. 1  Crutchlow C   GBR   Yamaha YZF R6    1'49.728  ...

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Monza WSB: Fabrizio wins superbike race 1

James Keen, 10 May 2009 12:39

Italian Ducati Xerox rider Michel Fabrizio claimed victory in World Superbike race 1 after a massive crash led to the race being red flagged. Fabrizio's team mate Noriyuki Haga claimed second, making it a one-two for the Ducati Xerox squad. On the final lap American Ben Spies was leading, but he had problems with his bike and dropped off the pace. Spies ...

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Monza WSB: Ben Spies tops superpole session

James Keen, 09 May 2009 14:54

American Yamaha rider Ben Spies proved quickest in superpole at the World Superbike round in Monza, Italy. Spies, riding a Yamaha WSB YZF-R1, lapped the Autodromo Nazionale in 1'44.073 to earn his place at the top of the time sheets.   Italian Michel Fabrizio claimed second place for the Ducati Xerox team, leaving Ten Kate Honda Racing rider Ryuichi Kiyonari in third, six tenths ...

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Monza WSB: Crutchlow fastest in Supersport qualifying

James Keen, 09 May 2009 13:01

British Yamaha rider Cal Crutchlow topped the World Supersport time sheets in qualifying at Monza. Crutchlow, onboard a Yamaha World Supersport team YZF-R6, lapped the Italian circuit at 1'49.706. Close behind him in third place was Crutchlow's team mate Fabien Foret. Sandwiched between the Yamaha duo was Spanish Kawasaki Motocard.com rider Joan Lascorz, with less than a tenth of a second ...

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Team Stiggy signs Anthony West for 2009

James Keen, 16 October 2008 15:50

Team Stiggy Motorsport Honda have signed Australian rider Anthony West for 2009. The 27-year old will leave MotoGP at the end of the season to compete in the World Supersport Championship. Anthony is no stranger to World Supersports. He made his mark in the 600 class, as a replacement rider in 2007, taking two wins and one third during his ...

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Ben Spies signs with Yamaha WSB for 2009

James Keen, 01 October 2008 10:47

American rider Ben Spies has signed with the Yamaha factory WSB Team to partner 23 yr old British rider Tom Sykes for the 2009 season. The 24yr old American rider from Dallas is fresh from a record third championship win in a row, taking the AMA Superbike Championship crown again for 2008. Spies is only the fourth rider in the history of AMA ...

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Left wrist injury plagues Russell Holland

James Keen, 26 September 2008 14:09

World Supersport rider Russell Holland is suffering from a left wrist injury he sustained after his spectacular crash at the Donington round. After a Magnetic Resonance taken early in the week, doctors found a small crack and a contusion to the left wrist of Russell Holland. Although at first the injury didn’t look so bad, the pain has started to grow ever since the free practice session ...

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BMW signs Troy Corser for WSB 2009

James Keen, 25 September 2008 11:38

As MCN predicted and previously reported, BMW have officially announced that Australian Troy Corser has signed to ride the all new BMW S1000RR in next year’s Superbike World Championship. The former double Superbike World Champion has agreed terms for two years, ending months of speculation as to who will join Spaniard Ruben Xaus in BMW’s debut in WSB next season. Troy won the ...

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