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Aprilia WSB Decision Looming

Michael Guy, 01 October 2014 10:18

When Aprilia announced that they were heading to MotoGP one year earlier than planned, the future of a 2015 official WSB effort looked at best uncertain. With the announcement that Alvaro Bautista would be one of their expected two riders in MotoGP in 2015, and the future direction of Marco Melandri in MotoGP still not guaranteed yet, Aprilia Racing chief ...

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Laguna WSB Race 2: Sykes wins crash-strewn dash to lead championship into summer break

Steve Hunt, 14 July 2014 01:00

With Chas Davies not returning to the grid - after a particularly large high-side in the earlier race saw him sent to the medical centre with concussion - the British contingent were short of one rider at a sunny Laguna Seca for race two. Tom Sykes, with a thirty-nine point lead in the championship, once again made a great start, ...

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Camier's first MV steps

Gordon Ritchie, 12 July 2014 20:12

Leon Camier was thrown into the SBK mix once again in 2014 despite having no regular ride, as he took over control of the MV Agusta Reparto Corse F4 vacated for one race by injured regular Claudio Corti. A rider of vast experience of many types of machines, from both his BSB and also his WSB exploits in recent years, ...

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Laverty battered and bruised after Suzuki MotoGP test

Gordon Ritchie, 06 June 2014 09:13

Eugene Laverty (Voltcom Crescent Suzuki) arrived at Sepang for the sixth round of the World Superbike championship battered and bruised after testing Suzuki’s MotoGP machine in Japan and then Australia, suffering a high-speed fall at Phillip Island. Laverty’s Phillip Island crash was at turn one at approximately150mph. He escaped serious injury but arrived in Malaysia suffering with a painful and ...

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WSB Imola: Rea makes it two from two as he dominates in Italy

Simon Patterson, 11 May 2014 13:07

An imperious Jonathan Rea has taken a double victory at Imola by dominating race two, to complete a fairytale weekend for the Pata Honda, taking the championship lead in the process. Similar to race one, Rea led flag to flag, with none of his rivals able to match the pace of the Northern Irishman as he took the race win ...

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WSB Australia: Guintoli takes race two as Laverty challenge ended by mechanical

Simon Patterson, 23 February 2014 04:34

Sylvain Guintoli has won his first World Superbike race in exactly a year, after red flags brought a premature end to Eugene Laverty’s hopes of a double victory. Guintoli was part of a four way battle for the victory alongside Laverty, Tom Sykes and Loris Baz when the Northern Irishman’s engine dramatically let go, bringing out the red flags with ...

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Voltcom Crescent Suzuki show off 2014 contender

Simon Patterson, 06 February 2014 12:39

Voltcom Suzuki unveiled their 2014 WSB machine last night to a packed crowd at the team’s Verwood base, as Eugene Laverty and Alex Lowes stepped out for the first time in the new livery. With power network providers Voltcom moving to title sponsor to replace the departing Fixi, the team moves back to a scheme with blue featured more prominently, ...

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Corser’s Downunder Motorsport team out of the running for 2014 WSB assault

Gordon Ritchie, 26 November 2013 13:11

The planned Aussie WSB team, Downunder Motorsport, will not be able to contest the 2014 championship, despite the best efforts of leading figures Tom Larsen and Troy Corser. The deadline for teams to apply for a slot on the 2014 grid has recently passed and with not all of the required budget in place, the nascent team has decided to ...

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UK riders claim entire front row in Assen Superpole

Steve Hunt, 27 April 2013 15:04

Riders were finally greeted by a dry track in Assen for the World Superbike Superpole sessions. From the fifteen riders from session one, only twelve progress and although there was little by the way of surprise to see Clementi and Iannuzzo drop off from the boards going into session two, it was an afternoon of disappointment for the champion of ...

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WSB Aragon Race 2: Davies dominates in Aragon

Simon Patterson, 14 April 2013 15:14

Chaz Davies dominated race two at Aragon to complete a perfect weekend, walking away with a full complement of 50 points and establishing himself as a championship contender. The race start was delayed when Jules Cluzel had problems on the line, forcing his bike off the grid and leading to a second warm-up lap. Eugene Laverty led away from the ...

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