Press releases from the organizers and the teams after a wet and windy day of racing at Sepang:
Press releases from the teams and organizers after the first World Superbike race and qualifying for World Supersport:
Press releases from the organizers and WSBK and WSS teams after the first day of practice at Sepang:
Sepang Day 1
Savadori Fastest on Friday
Rookie tops the timesheets as Sykes heads to Tissot-Superpole 1
Press releases ahead of this weekend's sixth round of the World Superbike championship:
WorldSBK: The Heat Is On
What awaits as WorldSBK heads east to Malaysia
Press releases from the organization and the teams after the racing at Imola:
Press releases from the teams and organization after Saturday's race and qualifying at Imola:
Press releases from the organizers and teams after the first day of practice at Imola:
WorldSBK: Davies on Top on Day 1 at Imola
Ducati rider flies the home flag for Italian manufacturer at home
Preview press releases and facts and figures ahead of this weekend's round of World Superbikes at the iconic Imola circuit:
#ImolaWorldSBK: Fortune Favours the Brave
The track of myths and legends awaits as WorldSBK heads to Ducati heartland
Four rounds into the WorldSBK season we have seen three different race winners, two manufacturers vie for the title but unfortunately one man proving the dominant force.
After eight races it’s hard to imagine Jonathan Rea’s title defence having gotten off to a better start, but it’s happened despite his lack of comfort with the new Kawasaki ZX10-R Ninja. The Northern Irishman has not been comfortable with his new mount. The much discussed “low inertia” engine has clearly taken some of the edge off Rea’s confidence in the bike. With a different engine braking characteristic it has forced him to adjust his riding style to get the most from the bike.
Rea has a very natural style on the bike that has been similar on everything he has ever ridden. Whether it’s a Supersport, Superbike or even a MotoGP machine Rea has been able to ride in the same way. He’ll continue to adapt to the new bike and mould it to allow his style to flourish.
Press releases from the World Superbike and World Supersport teams after the races at Assen:
WorldSBK Race 2: Roll the Dice
Rea completes the pair as van der Mark gets the crowd back on their feet in a tense game of chess at Assen
KRT rider Jonathan Rea took another incredible win in the Netherlands in Race 2 as a half-wet half-dry race saw tyre decisions play the key role. Joined on the podium by teammate Tom Sykes and local hero Michael van der Mark, Race 2 was characterized by nervous glances at the sky as the riders dealt their cards.