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Eugene Laverty rubbishes Suzuki MotoGP link

Matthew Birt, 14 November 2013 14:34

Eugene Laverty has rubbished suggestions that his new World Superbike deal with Suzuki comes with a guarantee that he will switch to the Japanese factory’s MotoGP project in 2015. The Irishman ended a turbulent few weeks surrounding his future when he inked a deal to join the British-based Crescent Suzuki effort earlier this week. Laverty had been linked with Aspar ...

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Danny Webb makes World Supersport switch

Matthew Birt, 16 August 2013 15:37

Danny Webb will move to the World Supersport series for the remainder of 2013 having signed to join the PTR Honda squad. The 22-year-old was dropped by his Italian Moto3 squad on the eve of this weekend's Indianapolis round, but was not looking for a ride for long after it was confirmed he will join Simon Buckmaster’s PTR Honda outfit ...

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Max Biaggi names first son Leon

Matthew Birt, 16 December 2010 16:20

World Superbike champion Max Biaggi has named his first son after his biggest rival in 2010. Biaggi and partner Eleonora Pedron have named their son Leon, who was born earlier today in Italy. The four-times world 250GP champion defeated British rival Leon Haslam to win the World Superbike crown for the first time in 2010 for Aprilia. Leon Alexandre is ...

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Ducati will support Troy Bayliss comeback

Matthew Birt, 19 May 2010 10:07

Ducati will wholeheartedly support Troy Bayliss’s bid to make a dramatic return to the World Superbike championship in 2011. Bayliss stunned the racing world earlier this month when he declared his intention to step out of retirement and return to World Superbikes next season – two years after he walked away from the sport.  The Aussie retired at the end ...

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British Eurosport confirms 2010 WSB plans

Matthew Birt, 22 February 2010 17:25

British Eurosport has outlined details of its most comprehensive coverage of the World Superbike championship ahead of this weekend’s 2010 opener at the Phillip Island circuit in Australia. Each race will be broadcast live on British Eurosport and from the second round in Portimao and for every European round of the championship, viewers can also enjoy coverage in stunning high ...

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Silverstone World Superbike round confirmed

Matthew Birt, 22 January 2010 16:26

Silverstone will host the British round of the World Superbike championship in 2010, as was revealed by MCN earlier this week. Originally scheduled to take place at crisis-hit Donington Park on August 1, it will now take place at Silverstone on the same date. It means that the Northamptonshire circuit is now the undisputed number one venue for British bike ...

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Jake Zemke to replace John Hopkins at Stiggy Honda

Matthew Birt, 01 May 2009 14:01

American Formula Xtreme champion Jake Zemke is likely to replace injured Stiggy Honda rider John Hopkins in the Monza World Superbike race on May 10, MCN can reveal. Zemke, who is riding for the Erion Honda team in the 2009 Pro Daytona SportBike class, will join British rider Leon Haslam after Hopkins suffered a dislocated hip in a huge practice ...

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John Hopkins buoyed by Colin Edwards advice

Matthew Birt, 25 March 2009 10:53

John Hopkins has told MCN of his excitement and anticipation at joining up with the Stiggy Honda WSB squad for the first time having spoken to fellow American Colin Edwards about the move. Some of the Stiggy Honda crew used to work with Texan Edwards when he won his two World Superbike titles before moving to MotoGP in 2003 with ...

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John Hopkins targets World Superbike wins

Matthew Birt, 21 March 2009 21:00

John Hopkins is confident he will be fighting for victories in World Superbikes having finally signed a deal with the Stiggy Honda squad. The 25-year-old will try and rebuild his career in World Superbikes having been frozen out of MotoGP following Kawasaki’s shock decision in January to quit because of the worldwide credit crunch. Hopkins, who will make his race ...

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John Hopkins signing a ‘dream’ for Stiggy Honda

Matthew Birt, 21 March 2009 20:30

Stiggy Honda boss Johan Stigefelt reckons the capture of high profile American John Hopkins is like a ‘dream’ for the WSB squad. Hopkins will join British rider Leon Haslam for the rest of the 2009 WSB season and he will make his competitive debut for the Stiggy squad in Valencia on April 5. The signing of Hopkins, who scored four ...

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