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Aragon WSS: Coghlan takes first ever pole

Simon Patterson, 12 April 2014 17:15

Scottish rider Kev Coghlan has taken his first ever pole position in World Supersport, taking his DMC Panavto Yamaha to the top spot at Aragon ahead of AMerican PJ Jacobsen. Coghlan was 0.138 ahead of the Intermoto Ponyexpress Kawasaki of 2013 BSB podium finisher Jacobsen with a 2'01.662 lap of the Spanish circuit, only 0.009 ahead of third placed man ...

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Lowes' Philip Island damage much worse than initially thought

Simon Patterson, 15 March 2014 13:30

Alex Lowes has returned to the UK after an enforced stay in Australia after the opening round of the World Superbike championship. The reigning British Superbike Champion was originally set to return directly after the race, but when injuries sustained in a free practice crash were discovered to be worse than initially thought, he remained Down Under to allow his ...

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Coghlan looking forwards to Aragon after Oz podium

Simon Patterson, 14 March 2014 13:00

Scotsman Kev Coghlan says that his performances at the opening round of the World Supersport championship last month in Philip Island is proof that he can run at the front in the 600cc class, and that he’s looking forwards to Aragon and the next round. The Perth rider managed his best performance of his WSS career at the Australian round, ...

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WSB Australia: Laverty takes sublime race one win

Simon Patterson, 23 February 2014 01:57

Eugene Laverty has taken a sublime victory in the opening race of the 2014 World Superbike Championship at Philip Island, coming back from a bad start to move past all his title rivals to the lead. Sylvain Guintoli was the early race leader, taking off at the front with Aprilia teammate Marco Melandri and Ducati rider Davide Giugliano, while Laverty ...

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Pata Honda prepared to go the distance

Simon Patterson, 19 February 2014 10:26

The Pata Honda pair of Jonathan Rea and Leon Haslam have come away from the final pre-season test at Philip Island confident that they have the pace for Sunday’s races, after using the final day to focus on race simulation. Jonathan Rea, who finished in ninth overall, was able to use the test to concentrate on chassis set-up; something of ...

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Kennedy breaks ankle in testing crash

Simon Patterson, 19 February 2014 10:20

PTR Honda rider Jack Kennedy has suffered a broken ankle in pre-season testing at Philip Island just days before his World Supersport campaign was due to kick off. The Irishman missed a gear at turn two, causing him to fall heavily, breaking the talus bone in his right ankle, which forced him to undergo surgery on Monday night in Melbourne. ...

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Laverty Jumps Up On Day One Of Official WSB Tests

Michael Guy, 17 February 2014 14:31

The first of two days of official testing at the Phillip Island circuit saw the Voltcom Suzuki of Eugene Laverty lead the field at a pace that shocked even the fastest rider on show himself. “This morning was probably the best conditions I have ever rode Phillip Island in and that is why the lap times were so good.” said ...

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Pata Honda riders looking towards the future

Simon Patterson, 03 February 2014 12:31

The Pata Honda pair of Leon Haslam and Jonathan Rea are both looking forwards to a fresh start in 2014, after a disastrous 2013 season saw both riders sidelined with broken legs at different points in the season. Speaking at the team’s recent unveiling at the Verona Motorcycle Show, only 70km from crisp manufacturer Pata’s base, Rea said that despite ...

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WSB race day schedule given overhaul

Michael Guy, 17 December 2013 12:59

On-going tweaking by rule makers in WSB will see a change to the weekend schedule for 2014. The most significant difference is the fact that the two WSB races will now be run earlier in the day. Since the championship begun back in 1988, race times were 12noon for race one and 15.30 for race two. In 2014 race one ...

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Yakhnich completes MV Augusta switch with Corti and Cluzel

Simon Patterson, 25 November 2013 13:56

Yakhnich Motorsport have announced their 2014 line-up, as the Russian squad replaces both World Supersport Champion Sam Lowes and their Yamaha machinery, with a switch to MV Augusta and a move up to the superbike class. The team have brought onboard Italian MotoGP CRT refugee Claudio Corti, as the three time World Superstock Cup runner up returns to the WSB ...

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