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World Superbikes: 2008 championship standings

Sarah Carnell, 16 June 2008 11:02

Here are the current standings in the World Superbike championship with both rider and manufacturer points shown. Check back after each round to see who is leading. World Superbike championship rider standings after Nurburgring: Troy Bayliss AUS Xerox Ducati 227Carlos Checa Hannspree Ten Kate Honda 188Max Neikirchner GER Alstare Suzuki 176Noriuyuki Haga JPN Yamaha 172Troy Corser AUS Yamaha 154Fonsi Nieto ...

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USA World Superbikes: Carlos Checa wins again in race two

Sarah Carnell, 01 June 2008 23:00

Carlos Checa has taken his second World Superbike victory and his second of the day at the Miller Motorsports Park in Salt Lake City.  The Spaniard, who started the race from pole position, did not have it all his own way from the beginning, but with further problems for Troy Bayliss and Troy Corser exiting from the running he took ...

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USA World Superbikes: Carlos Checa takes maiden victory in opening race

Sarah Carnell, 01 June 2008 19:55

Carlos Checa has continued his near perfect weekend by winning his first World Superbike race at the age of 35 at the Miller Motorsports Park in America. The Hannspree Ten Kate Honda rider, who broke the tack lap record and then secured his first pole position, took the victory in the opening race by 2.809secs from veteran Troy Corser. Michel ...

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Video: Phillip Island World Superbikes: Troy Corser looking for magic 50th pole position

Sarah Carnell, 29 February 2008 13:24

Australian Troy Corser has been speaking of his aim to hit a magic 50th pole position ahead of this weekend’s Phillip Island races. The Yamaha rider, who has won five out of the last six races at the Australian track, is already well on the pace after going fastest in this morning’s first qualifying session. Already on 41 pole positions, ...

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Qatar World Supersport: Jonathan Rea may require surgery following crash

Sarah Carnell, 23 February 2008 12:07

Britain's Jonathan Rea may require surgery to his finger after crashing out of the first World Supersport race of the season. See Jonathan Rea's injured finger in full glory Rea is still in the medical centre at the Losail Circuit more than an hour after the crash on lap two at the Qatar race. MCN's World Superbike reporter Michael Guy ...

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Qatar World Supersport: Broc Parkes wins in dramatic fashion while Craig Jones gets podium spot

Sarah Carnell, 23 February 2008 09:54

Yamaha’s Broc Parkes took the first World Supersport victory of the season in Qatar in the most dramatic of fashions. It looked as if Fabien Foret was certain of the win as he held off strong competition from Parkes and Joan Lascorz. But the Frenchman ran out of fuel with just a few corners to go. And there was drama ...

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Qatar World Superbikes: Troy Bayliss wins race one in battle of Ducati 1098s

Sarah Carnell, 23 February 2008 08:55

The World Superbike season has kicked off in style in Qatar this morning with former champion Troy Bayliss taking the win after a thrilling final lap battle with Max Biaggi. This was an historic day for the Bologna factory as the Ducati 1098 was first and second in its first competitive outing on track. It was the battle of the ...

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Video: Beowulf Racing head to Oulton Park for more testing

Sarah Carnell, 07 February 2008 15:30

Beowulf Racing have just released this video as they continue their pre-season testing at Oulton Park circuit in Cheshire. Check out this video as the team’s three riders Dan Linfoot, Gino Rea and Pat McDougall talk about the test. Plus there is also a chance to see an onboard lap of Dan Linfoot on his European Superstock Yamaha R6. Gino ...

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World Superbikes: Picture special - the celebrations of champion James Toseland

Sarah Carnell, 08 October 2007 12:59

Check out these photographs of Britain's James Toseland as he was crowned World Superbike champion at Magny Cours yesterday. The Hannspree Ten Kate Honda rider secured his second title by just two points in race two at the French circuit, which was the final round of the 2007 season.

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Latest World Superbike championship standings

Sarah Carnell, 07 October 2007 16:00

Final World Superbike standings after round 14: James Toseland GBR Honda 415Noriyki Haga JPN Yamaha 413Max Biaggi ITA Suzuki 397Troy Bayliss AUS Ducati 372Troy Corser AUS Yamaha 296Ruben Xaus ESP Ducati 201Lorenzo Lanzi ITA Ducati 192Roberto Rolfo ITA Honda 192Max Neukirchner GER Suzuki 149Regis Laconi FRA Kawasaki 137Michel Fabrizio ITA Honda 132Fonsi Nieto ESP Kawasaki 125Yukio Kagayama JPN Suzuki 116Jakub ...

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