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Randy de Puniet joins Crescent Suzuki WSB squad

Simon Patterson, 14 October 2014 15:21

Former MotoGP podium finisher Randy de Puniet will join the Voltcom Crescent Suzuki team for the 2015 World Superbike championship. De Puniet, who has been testing the new Suzuki GSX-RR MotoGP project for the past year, will continue with that role as well as making the switch to production machinery. However, the Frenchman is no stranger to superbikes, having taken ...

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Le Mans 24hr: Honda take second ahead of strong British field

Simon Patterson, 19 September 2014 15:23

The Honda Racing team of MCE BSB racers Julien Da Costa, Freddy Foray and Jason O’Halloran, joined by former world champion Sebastian Gimbert, will start tomorrow’s Le Mans 24hr race from second place. The Lincolnshire based team formerly known as TT Legends suffered with a damp track after overnight rain for the first two riders, but improving times from Foray and ...

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WSB extend Pirelli tyre contract until 2018

Simon Patterson, 11 September 2014 11:04

World Superbike organisers have extended their one-make tyre deal with Pirelli until the end of the 2018 season, extending the deal until its fifteenth year. Javier Alonso, WSBK Executive Director said: “We are glad to continue with Pirelli for a further three seasons. This renewal testifies our excellent relationship with the Italian company, a partnership for more than a decade ...

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Baz hits back at teammate Sykes

Simon Patterson, 02 September 2014 10:41

Loris Baz has hit back at Kawasaki WSB teammate Tom Sykes ahead of this weekend’s round at Jerez, after a number of incidents all year long have increased tensions in the reigning champions’ pit box. The issues, which have been simmering for most of the season, were brought to a head at Sepang, when Baz knocked off Sykes in race ...

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Bimota out of World Superbikes

Simon Patterson, 01 September 2014 16:44

Bimota have now been officially blocked from further competition in the 2014 World Superbike championship, after failing to make the minimum production quantities needed for FIM homologation. Under FIM rules, which were significantly relaxed at the start of the season to allow the BMW S1000RR-englined BB3 to compete, they were required to have 125 bikes within the first four months ...

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Sykes to remain with Kawasaki until 2016

Simon Patterson, 20 August 2014 10:52

Tom Sykes will remain with his world championship winning Kawasaki team for the next two seasons, as the Yorkshireman extends his five year deal with the team to the end of the 2016 season. The move could see Sykes, the reigning World Superbike champion and 44 points ahead with only three rounds remaining, equal Carl Fogarty’s domination of the 1990s ...

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Suzuka 8hr: Haslam makes it two from two as Rea's TSR Honda crashes out

Simon Patterson, 27 July 2014 12:30

The MuSASHi Honda team of Michael van der Mark, Leon Haslam and Takumi Takahashi have taken their second consecutive victory in the Suzuka 8hr, after bad luck once again robbed their WSB teammate Jonathan Rea of what looked like an assured victory. Rea’s FCC TSR Honda squad were early leaders when the race eventually got underway after a delay of over ...

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Suzuka 8hr: Tsuda breaks circuit record to take Yoshimura Suzuki to pole

Simon Patterson, 26 July 2014 09:02

Takuya Tsuda has dipped under the Suzuka absolute lap record to secure pole position for his Yoshimura Suzuki team in tomorrow’s 8hr race. His incredible 1:06.703 lap means that he will line up front of the grid alongside teammates Randy de Puniet and Josh Waters for the Le Mans style running start. Yamaha MotoGP test rider Kats Nakasuga was second, almost ...

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Haslam with 'lots still to do' despite Suzuka provisional pole

Simon Patterson, 25 July 2014 17:23

Leon Haslam says that despite teammate Michael van der Mar putting their Musashi Honda team on provisional pole for Sunday’s Suzuka 8hr race, the Derbyshire man still has a lot of work to do to find the sort of times he wants to be running at Honda’s home track. "We’re still playing big catch up. I didn’t do any of ...

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Suzuka 8hr: Van der Mark takes pole for Musashi Honda at record pace

Simon Patterson, 25 July 2014 11:06

Michael van der Mark has blown away the opposition with a record pace lap to take provisional pole position for the Musashi Honda squad in the Suzuka 8hr. The young Dutchman set a lap of 2:07.839, beating the nearest opposition, the Yamaha Austria team, by 0.320. Speaking afterwards, van der Mark admitted that track temperature, which spiked as high as 63ºC, ...

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