2004

Valencia Supersport results

1) Vd Goorbergh . 2) Foret. 3) Fujiwara. 4) Lanzi. 5) Chambon. 6) Iannuzzo. 7) Daemen. 8) Muggeridge. 9) Curtain. 10) Cruciani. 11) Lagrive. 12) Tode. 13) Baiocco. 14) Neukirchner. 15) Andersen. 16) La GrelleRetired: Fores. Carrasco. Kellner. Tortoroglio. Corradi. Kirmeier. Sachetti. Bussei. Parkes. Jones. Ex: Charpentier.Fastest Lap: Broc Parker: 1:39.065.

Laconi ends Valencia test quickest

Laconi ends Valencia test quickest

Factory Fila Ducati rider Regis Laconi has ended the three-day Valencia test as the fastest rider.As each rider was given the chance to perform a flying lap on their new Pirelli qualifying tyres, nine...

Haslam heads for the top

Haslam heads for the top

Renegade Ducati rider Leon Haslam has already put his stamp on the World Superbike series by finishing the opening day of the first major test of the season as the second fastest rider.Fila Ducati...

Times tumble at Valencia test

Times tumble at Valencia test

Regis Laconi took the top spot at the World Superbike test session in Valencia for the second day in a row.The Frenchman knocked over half a second off his time from the first day to finish with a...

Hodgson replaces Foggy at MCN London Show

Hodgson replaces Foggy at MCN London Show

GP star and reigning WSB champion Neil Hodgson has stepped in to replace Carl Fogarty at the MCN London Show on Friday February 6.Foggy has been forced to cancel due to tonsillitis, but fortunately...

Vermeulen misses out on London Show

Vermeulen misses out on London Show

Ten Kate Honda WSB rider Chris Vermeulen has had to pull out of his appearance at the MCN London Motorcycle Show on Thursday.He has been testing his new Fireblade this week and those tests have...

Haga’s WSB return hampered by gearbox failure

Haga’s WSB return hampered by gearbox failure

Noriyuki Haga’s debut for the Renegade Ducati WSB team this week has been hampered a failed gearbox.The team took part in an unofficial two day test at the Valencia circuit in Spain, alongside the...

2004 WSB dates announced

2004 WSB dates announced

The 2004 World Superbike calendar has been announced. There will be two British rounds, with Silverstone on June 13 and Brands Hatch on July 25. Plus, there is a Canadian round, which is yet to be...

WSB and WSS provisional entry lists revealed

WSB and WSS provisional entry lists revealed

James Toseland has a better idea than ever of what he’s up against for the 2004 season in WSB now that the provisional entry list has been revealed.Toseland rides the Fila Ducati 999R this season, the...

Put your questions to WSB boss

Put your questions to WSB boss

MCN is flying to Rome to meet World Superbike boss Paolo Flammini next week, and we’re offering you the opportunity to put your questions to him.It’s been a time of change for the championship.

Toseland and Walker test at Phillip Island

Toseland and Walker test at Phillip Island

Both the factory Ducati and Foggy Petronas teams have completed a traumatic three-day test session at Phillip Island, Australia with some good news.James Toseland suffered a major crash on his factory...

Have dinner with Toseland and Hodgson

Have dinner with Toseland and Hodgson

Fancy having dinner with the HM Plant? Here's your chance. To celebrate taking third and sixth places in last year's World Superbike championship HM Plant is holding a party at the Hilton Hotel,...

Haga set for WSB return

Haga set for WSB return

Noriyuki Haga is set for a World Superbike comeback with the British Renegade Ducati team.The popular Japanese rider will join Leon Haslam in the squad on Ducati 999 RS04s, after a disappointing three...