September

Melandri to return to WSB with Ducati?

Melandri to return to WSB with Ducati?

Italian media are speculating that MotoGP refugee Marco Melandri is set to return to the World Superbike paddock in 2016, after linking up with the Althea squad that took Carlos Checa to title glory...

Biaggi set for further WSB wildcard

Biaggi set for further WSB wildcard

Max Biaggi will return to the World Superbike championship for the third time this year, with the former world champion set to add to impressive performances at Misano and Sepang with an appearance at...

Yamaha confirm Crescent WSB switch with Lowes and Guintoli

Yamaha confirm Crescent WSB switch with Lowes and Guintoli

Yamaha have confirmed that they will return to the World Superbike championship in 2016, teaming up with sponsor PATA, British team Crescent, and former British and World champions Alex Lowes and...

Baiocco belts one out in rare official test

Baiocco belts one out in rare official test

The very day after Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team) had won the world championship for Kawasaki he and 16 of his peers were back in action at the Jerez circuit in Spain. The one-day test was a...

Davies extends battle for second with Jerez win

Davies extends battle for second with Jerez win

Chaz Davies’ (Aruba.it Racing - Ducati WSB) plan of hunting down long time leader Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team) worked this time around as the battle for overall second in the Superbike World...

Jonathan Rea achieves dream to become 2015 WSB Champion

Jonathan Rea achieves dream to become 2015 WSB Champion

Jonathan Rea has become the first Northern Irishman since Joey Dunlop and Brian Reid in 1986 to lift a world title, after taking the World Superbike championship in the first race at Jerez this...

Sykes wins opening race at Jerez, Rea clinches title

Sykes wins opening race at Jerez, Rea clinches title

Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team) became the 2015 FIM Superbike World Champion by finishing fourth in race one at Jerez. Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team) won the race by 2.865 seconds, with Chaz...

Sykes sets new track record to beat Rea to Jerez Superpole

Sykes sets new track record to beat Rea to Jerez Superpole

The top WorldSBK riders batted for their grid placings at Jerez under a warm sun that shone brightest on Tom Sykes (KRT) who took a sliver off of the existing track best with his new record, 1’40.292.

Sykes and Rea hold advantage in early Jerez sessions

Sykes and Rea hold advantage in early Jerez sessions

Tom Sykes and Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team) relied on their opening session best times to lead the field on the first day of action at a warm and dry Jerez. The cooler morning session offered...

Davies and Giugliano retained by Ducati

Davies and Giugliano retained by Ducati

Chaz Davies superb form in 2015 has been rewarded with a one year contract extension at Ducati. News that the Welshman, a former World Supersport champion, has been retained will come as no surprise...

Rea on the verge of first title

Rea on the verge of first title

Jonathan Rea is on the verge of claiming his first World Superbike title. The Kawasaki rider needs just six points to wrap up the crown and with six races remaining the 28 year old is almost certain...

Davies confident of Spanish form

Davies confident of Spanish form

Chaz Davies has won three of the last four World Superbike races and the Welshman could be excused for feeling that his momentum of the summer has been lost by the summer break. However more so than...

Lowes keen to get back on track

Lowes keen to get back on track

World Superbikes returns to action on Friday with the Spanish round of the championship at Jerez. It's been a long break since Sepang and Alex Lowes is keen to get back on track for Suzuki and...