October

Biaggi a happy man

Biaggi a happy man

Max Biaggi ended his first testing session with Team Alstare Suzuki Corona Extra a happy man following more than a year away from circuit racing. The Italian has spent the three days on the GSX-R1000...

Biaggi delights fans

Biaggi delights fans

Fans of World Superbikes have had their first glimpse of Max Biaggi on his new Team Alstare Suzuki Corona GSX-R1000. The Italian took to the Vallelunga circuit on Saturday, October 28 near his home...

Corser tests Yamaha

Corser tests Yamaha

Troy Corser has tested with the Yamaha Motor Italia squad for the first time, following his switch from Alstare Suzuki. Corser rode a 2006-spec YZF-R1 for 74 laps of the Mugello circuit in Italy to...

Stiggy signs 2007 riders

Stiggy signs 2007 riders

Swedish World Supersport rider Johan Stigefelt will concentrate on team management in 2007 with new rider Yoann Tibeiro joining Robbin Harms on Honda CBR600RRs. Dark Dog Stiggy Motorsports will be...

Yamaha keep WSS duo

Yamaha keep WSS duo

Kevin Curtain and Broc Parkes will stay with the Yamaha Motor Germany team for 2007, despite Curtain crashing out of the World Supersport title at the final round at Magny-Cours on Sunday, October 8,...

Toseland/Bayliss win

Toseland/Bayliss win

James Toseland and Troy Bayliss have both taken wins at the final round of the World Superbike championship as Sebastien Charpentier retained his World Supersport title. Race one saw Toseland fight...

Haga stays fastest

Haga stays fastest

Cold and wet conditions for the second qualifying session at Magny Cours mean that Noriyuki Haga goes into Superpole top of the timesheets, as no rider was able to improve on first session times. ...

Biaggi tests WSB Suzuki

Biaggi tests WSB Suzuki

These are the first pictures of Max Biaggi testing for the Alstare Suzuki team for 2007. Biaggi appears to be riding the 2006 Suzuki GSX-R1000 to get an idea of handlebar and footpeg positions etc...

Corser moves to Yamaha

Corser moves to Yamaha

Troy Corser has signed for the Yamaha Italia team in WSB after being dropped by the Alstare Suzuki squad last week. Corser will line-up alongside rival Noriyuki Haga in what will be a Yamaha dream...

Corser on French pole

Corser on French pole

Sebastien Charpentier has kept his World Supersport title hopes alive by taking pole position for the final race of the series on Sunday. The Frenchman posted a time of 1:42.506, over half a second...

Bayliss takes WSB title

Bayliss takes WSB title

Troy Bayliss has secured the World Superbike title after a fifth place and a win at Imola. The Ducati rider is now 98 points ahead of James Toseland with only 50 points left at the last round in...

Corser tops WSB times

Corser tops WSB times

Troy Corser has topped the free practice times for the final round of the World Superbike championship at Magny-Cours in France. Despite fellow Australian Troy Bayliss winning the championship at the...

Kawasaki riders for 2007

Kawasaki riders for 2007

Both the PSG-1 Kawasaki WSB team and the Team Gil Motorsport World Supersport team have announced their riders for 2007, and Britain's Chris Walker won't be riding for PSG-1. Despite taking a first...

Spies takes AMA title

Spies takes AMA title

Suzuki's Ben Spies won the 2006 AMA Superbike championship on Sunday October 1, 2006, with a seventh place in the race at Mid-Ohio. The race was won by team-mate Mat Mladin from fellow Suzuki rider...

Haga on provisional pole

Haga on provisional pole

Noriyuki Haga is on provisional pole for the final WSB round of 2006. The Yamaha rider posted a time of 1:40.474 to put himself ahead of James Toseland with 1:40.734, and Lorenzo Lanzi on 1:40.821.

Brookes signs for 2007

Brookes signs for 2007

Former Australian Superbike champion Josh Brookes will stay with the Team Bertocchi squad in World Superbikes in 2007, riding a Honda Fireblade. The team will be totally restructured, with new owners...