April

Edwards and Tamada share victories at Sugo

Edwards and Tamada share victories at Sugo

Colin Edwards became the first non-Japanese winner of the Sugo World Superbike round after his victory in race one. He took the win after battling hard with Japanese wildcard rider Makoto Tamada and...

Toseland chatted live from his bathtub at Sugo

Toseland chatted live from his bathtub at Sugo

James Toseland joined us live from Sugo World Superbike round for a live webchat at 1pm UK time, Friday April 19.Due to the time difference, it was actually 9pm in Japan, so James was in the bath when...

Six weeks to Foggy bike

Six weeks to Foggy bike

Team Foggy Petronas road bikes will be ready to roll in just six weeks time and will go on sale another four weeks later, says the team’s marketing boss.For the full story on the Foggy WSB project...

James Toseland: In his own words

Starguide: How was dinner?JamesToseland: Hi...yeah it was ok...we've eaten at the same restaurant for the last 3 nights now. And there's not that much on the menu. Steak is about it. Other than that it's noodles and more noodles!Masalmon: At the last few rounds no-one has really threatened Bayliss, how do you see this changing as we come into the European rounds?JamesToseland: Good question. This...

Izutsu injured in qualifying at Sugo

Izutsu injured in qualifying at Sugo

Eight crashes, three stoppages and three restarts marked one of the most incident-laden qualifying sessions in the history of WSB at Sugo on Friday – with Hitoyasu Izutsu ruling himself out of racing...

Hodgson just misses out in Sugo Superpole

Hodgson just misses out in Sugo Superpole

Noriyuki Haga may have taken the pole for tomorrows Japanese World Superbike round at Sugo, but Neil Hodgson was the closest man behind him, 0.017 seconds behind him. Japanese wildcard and previous...

Frankie out for Sugo

Frankie out for Sugo

Frankie Chili has no chance of being fit for this weekend’s Japanese round of WSB at Sugo.The NCR Ducati rider broke his collarbone in a clash with Ruben Xaus on the warm-up lap of race one in Phillip...

Chat live with Steve Hislop

Chat live with Steve Hislop

Find out how Steve Hislop is feeling after his victory and second place in the opening round of the MCN-backed British Superbike championship. He’ll be joining us live at 1pm, Thursday April 4 to...

Edwards takes Superpole

Edwards takes Superpole

Honda rider Colin Edwards held off Troy Bayliss to take pole position for tomorrow’s races in Kyalami. Bayliss, second, was followed by fellow Ducati rider Ben Bostrom, and Noriyuki Haga on the...

WSB updates to your mobile

WSB updates to your mobile

We’ve added a new rapid-reaction text message service for your mobile phone: MCN2U WSB Alerts.Subscribe and our trackside reporters will send you at least five messages over a WSB weekend, for £1 a...

Bayliss fastest in first session at Kyalami

Bayliss fastest in first session at Kyalami

Troy Bayliss looks set to continue his unprecedented string of season long WSB victories with a dominant performance in provisional qualifying in Kyalami.But despite going a second under the lap...

US Superbike series bound for Britain

US Superbike series bound for Britain

We could see the likes of Mat Mladin, Eric Bostrom and Anthony Gobert dicing on British turf thanks to a new deal signed by American Superbike bosses and TV giant Sky.Sky have just clinched the deal...

Business as normal for Bayliss at Kyalami

Business as normal for Bayliss at Kyalami

Troy Bayliss continued his dominance of World Superbikes in both races at Kyalami. In race one, he overcame early challenges from Edwards, Ben Bostrom and Noriyuki Haga to head Edwards and Ruben Xaus...