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Camier back in WSB to deputise for injured Corti

Simon Patterson, 10 July 2014 11:41

Leon Camier will once again return to the World Superbike championship this weekend at Laguna Seca, deputising for the injured Claudio Corti on the factory MV Agusta machine. Corti, who crashed out of Superpole 1 at Portimao last weekend, has been ruled unfit to race, after a head injury in the race has left him with ongoing symptoms including memory ...

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‘Damage limitation’ for Laverty in Misano

Simon Patterson, 23 June 2014 10:43

Voltcom Crescent Suzuki rider Eugene Laverty has walked – or limped – away from the Misano round of the World Superbike championship having limited the damages to his championship efforts with a ninth and seventh place, after the Northern Irishman re-broke the bones in his foot he damaged last month testing the Suzuki MotoGP bike. “In race one, a few ...

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Misano WSB: Superpole king Sykes reigns again

Simon Patterson, 21 June 2014 17:30

Superpole king Tom Sykes has broken the absolute lap record of Misano on way to taking pole position for tomorrow’s WSB races at the Italian circuit, equalling Carl Fogarty’s 21 career pole positions in the process. The first superbike rider to go under the 1:35 barrier, Sykes fastest lap of the session was a 1:34.883, blowing away Troy Corser’s old ...

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Rea and Pata Honda welcoming return to Misano

Simon Patterson, 18 June 2014 10:12

The Pata Honda squad of Jonathan Rea and Leon Haslam are looking forward to a return to Italy this weekend, as the World Superbike championship moves to a track that the team's two British riders believes will suit the characteristics of their Fireblades. With Jonathan Rea currently lying third in the series, the team have been making consistent progress, even ...

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Barrier return to BMW WSB leaves Camier high and dry

Simon Patterson, 14 June 2014 15:13

Sylvain Barrier will return to the World Superbike Championship next weekend at Misano, having sat out the first six rounds of the series following a road traffic collision back in March that left him hospitalised with serious injuries. The Frenchman’s return, however, could jeopardise the remainder of the season for Brit Leon Camier, who has been deputising for Barrier in ...

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WSB Donington: Sykes reigns supreme with double victory at home

Simon Patterson, 25 May 2014 16:23

Tom Sykes has completed an incredible double-double World Superbike victory, backing up his two wins at Imola last time out with another two today at Donington Park in front of a home crowd; the first time ever a rider has completed the feat in World Superbikes. The reigning champion started race two as in race one, back on the third ...

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WSB Assen: Rea wins race two, Lowes second

Simon Patterson, 27 April 2014 16:23

Jonathan Rea has taken a flag to flag victory in a rainswept World Superbike race two at Assen, leading from start to finish in horrid conditions to better his race one podium finish. He initially battled with race one winter Sylvain Guintoli, before the French rider crashing out, eventually managing to come back to ninth. Second was Alex Lowes, with ...

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WSB Assen: Guintoli benefitted by red flags to take race one from Sykes

Simon Patterson, 27 April 2014 10:49

Sylvain Guintoli has dominated the opening race of the weekend at Assen, taking his second World Superbike win of the year by a wide margin from Tom Sykes, but with red flags late in the race working to the Frenchman’s favour. The flags came out after sixteen laps as a precaution, when the EBR machine of Geoff May started to ...

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WSS Assen: Marino takes first WSS pole

Simon Patterson, 26 April 2014 16:06

Florian Marino has held off the advances of triple champion Kenan Sofuoglu and hometown hero Michael van der Mark to take his first ever World Supersport pole position ahead of tomorrow's Assen round of the championship. In a session that saw spits of rain and white flags out for much of it, Marino was able to hold off late laps ...

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WSB Assen: Baz sticks in his first ever pole with Sykes third

Simon Patterson, 26 April 2014 14:56

The rains that had been predicted at Assen came just at the right time to stop most of the SBK leading riders from getting in a final fast lap in Superpole two, but given the pace of Loris Baz (Kawasaki Racing Team) and his new track best of 1’34.357 set just before the track conditions changed, there was no guarantee ...

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