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World Superbikes: Confirmed 2008 signings

Sarah Carnell, 08 October 2007 12:00

With news of where riders are planning to go to next year in World Superbikes we will be keeping an eye on who signs for whom over the close season. Ducati’s Troy Bayliss and Alstare Suzuki’s Yukio Kagayama’s contracts carry over until next season but what will the other riders do? Keep checking back to www.motorcyclenews.com for the latest information ...

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Vallelunga World Superbikes: James Toseland forced to wait for title as Troy Bayliss wins race two in Italy

Sarah Carnell, 30 September 2007 15:23

Britain’s James Toseland will have to wait until next weekend to try and claim the World Superbike crown after crashing in Vallelunga. The Sheffield rider was battling with Troy Corser for fourth place when he slid off. He did manage to get going again but way down the field. And so it was current World Champion Troy Bayliss who took ...

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Lausitzring World Superbikes: Xerox Ducati's Troy Bayliss rids himself of tyre demons for race two win

Sarah Carnell, 09 September 2007 14:32

Xerox Ducati’s Troy Bayliss overcame his tyre demons from race one to secure victory in race two at the Lausitzring in Germany. In a repeat of the start of race one, Bayliss battled hard with Yamaha’s Noriyuki Haga who did not make it easy for the current champion. Australian Troy Bayliss went in to the lead on the first corner while Britain’s ...

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Brands Hatch World Superbikes: Troy Bayliss - 'the championship's over'

Sarah Carnell, 05 August 2007 20:28

Ducati’s Troy Bayliss has admitted his World Superbike Championship title hopes are all but over following a disappointing race day at Brands Hatch. The Australian was hoping to repeat his success of last year when he took the title, but following his crash in race one and tyre problems resulting in only seventh place in race two the task is ...

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Bayliss snatches pole at Silverstone

Sarah Carnell, 26 May 2007 17:27

Australian Troy Bayliss will begin tomorrow’s World Superbike races at Silverstone from pole position. The Ducati rider, who has won just two races so far this season, snatched pole from Noriyuki Haga by nine 1000ths of a second. Haga, who will start in second place, was the first of the fastest runners out on circuit and took provisional pole with ...

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Corser throws down the gauntlet

Sarah Carnell, 26 May 2007 12:25

Australian Troy Corser set down the gauntlet for his rivals by twice breaking the lap record at Silverstone on Saturday morning. The Yamaha rider broke BSB rider Greorio Lavilla’s record time of 1:25.174 by lapping the Northamptonshire circuit in 1:25.140. British hopeful, James Toseland, then went faster still with just five and a half minutes of the session remaining, posting ...

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