World Superbikes (October 2003)

  • Hodgson and Xaus take a win each

    14 October 2003

    Hodgson and Xaus take a win each

    The Fila Ducati team has taken the spoils at the last World Superbike race of the season with both Neil Hodgson and Ruben Xaus taking a win each.The first race saw Hodgson lead throughout most of the...

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  • Ducati confirms 2004 WSB team

    14 October 2003

    Ducati confirms 2004 WSB team

    Ducati Corse has confirmed that it will definitely be competing in next year’s World Superbike championship with two new riders.The factory’s superbike effort will now be fronted by HM Plant’s James...

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  • Toseland takes first WSB pole

    14 October 2003

    Toseland takes first WSB pole

    James Toseland has taken his first ever World Superbike pole position in the run up to Sunday’s race at Magny Cours.The HM Plant Ducati rider stole the top spot from factory Ducati rider Neil Hodgson...

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  • Two new teams for WSB

    14 October 2003

    Two new teams for WSB

    Two new teams have announced plans to move up to the World Superbike championship in 2004.At a time when manufacturers are pulling out of the championship left, right and centre World Supersport team...

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  • Walker tops first practice

    14 October 2003

    Walker tops first practice

    Chris Walker has topped the time sheets in the first practice session for the last round of the World Superbike championship this weekend.Walker and HM Plant Ducati team-mate James Toseland dominated...

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  • Phase One win World Endurance title

    07 October 2003

    Phase One win World Endurance title

    The British Phase One team overcame a dramatic build-up to the final round of the 2003 World Endurance championship at Vellelunga in Italy, to go on to take the title.Regular riders Jason Pridmore and...

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  • Entry list for GSX-R Cup released

    07 October 2003

    Entry list for GSX-R Cup released

    The entry list has been released for the Worldwide GSX-R Cup Final races, which will see Brits Steve Brogan, Kenny Everest and Ben Mossey compete against 25 identically-prepared Suzuki GSX-R750s.The...

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