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Aragon WSB: Sykes wins from hard charging Melandri

Simon Patterson, 13 April 2014 13:01

Tom Sykes has fought off a charging Marco Melandri and teammate Loris Baz to take a double victory at Motorland Aragon in the second race of the weekend, after a frantic last lap battle. Sykes led for most of the rest, with teammate Loris Baz in second in what looked like a repeat performance of race one. However, a late ...

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Aragon WSS: Coghlan denied win by Cluzel collision

Simon Patterson, 13 April 2014 11:32

Scotsman Kev Coghlan has been denied his first ever win in the World Supersport class after being knocked off his machine while in the lead with only two laps remaining, after Jules Cluzel left his braking too late and demoted both to the gravel trap. However, Coghlan was able to remount and finish the race in fifth, salvaging valuable championship ...

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Aragon WSB: Sykes delivers masterclass in race one

Simon Patterson, 13 April 2014 10:28

The Kawasaki Racing Team have delivered a masterclass in winning in the opening race of the day at Aragon, with Tom Sykes and Loris Baz delivering a one-two by over eight seconds from third place. Baz, originally able to run with his teammate was left behind as Sykes set a lap record pace at the front, finally ending up four ...

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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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Aragon WSB: Superpole Sykes takes the top spot

Simon Patterson, 12 April 2014 17:01

Reigning champion and Superpole master Tom Sykes has stormed to pole position for the first European races of the year, 0.2 seconds faster than his factory Kawasaki teammate Loris Baz with his 1'56.479 lap. French Aprilia rider Sylvain Guintoli was third, a further 0.1 behind Baz, while Davide Guigliano put the Ducati on the second row of the grid. His ...

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Bimota BB3 makes first appearance ahead of Aragon

Simon Patterson, 05 April 2014 05:30

Bimota’s new BMW-powered BB3 machine has finally appeared ahead of next week’s second round of the World Superbike Championship, where British rider Christian Iddon will join Italian Ayrton Badovini on the machines for the first time. Missing from the opening round at Phillip Island last month, the Alstare-ran team were forced to sit out the opening round after homologation issues ...

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Sylvain Barrier seriously hurt in car crash

Simon Patterson, 18 March 2014 12:15

French World Superbike racer Sylvain Barrier has been badly hurt in a road traffic collision in his native France. Details are still emerging, but French media are reporting that the former double Superstock 1000 champion was initially left in a coma. Close friend James Toseland has confirmed that he is now awake but remains in intensive care in Lyon. Barrier ...

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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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Lowes ‘frustrated’ with WSB debut weekend

Simon Patterson, 25 February 2014 08:55

Reigning British Superbike Champion Alex Lowes has spoken of his frustration at only coming away from his debut WSB weekend having scored only three points, despite showing form to run at the front in testing and qualifying at Phillip Island. The young Brit was third fastest in the pre-season test held at the Australian circuit, and topped a free practice ...

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