It is ironic that now we are getting into the meat of the motorcycle racing season, there should be so little news to speak of. But perhaps it is a matter of perspective: there is plenty of real news to be found in motorcycle racing, but it is to be found and read where you would expect to find it, in the middle of every race weekend. That is especially true now that MotoGP and World Superbikes have returned to a more fan-friendly schedule, the two world championships alternating weekends again, with BSB, the CEV and MotoAmerica filling in any gaps when they appear.
Press releases from the series organizer and the World Superbike and World Supersport teams after Sunday's races at Imola:
Rea wins shortened WorldSBK race 1 at Imola
Restarted 6-lap encounter has huge crowd on their feet from lights to flag.
Press releases from the series organizer and from some of the teams after qualifying for Sunday's World Superbike and World Supersport races at Imola:
Giugliano grabs emotional Tissot-Superpole at Imola
Sykes and Rea complete the front row ahead of Davies and Haslam.
Press releases from the series organizers and the teams after the first day of practice at Imola:
Rea tops timesheets on opening day at Imola
Second place for Sykes ahead of Ducati pairing Giugliano and Davies.
Preview press releases from the teams and the series organizer ahead of this weekend's Imola round of World Superbikes:
Imola A Happy Hunting Ground For Both Sykes And Rea
For KRT riders Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes the prospect of heading to Imola for the fifth round of the FIM Superbike World Championship this coming weekend brings back memories of recent race success at the Italian parkland venue.
Four rounds into the World Superbike season and the contours of the 2015 championship are starting to become clear. Some of the things we expected to happen have unfolded much as predicted, but there have also been a fair few surprises. Time to take a quick look at the state of World Superbikes so far.
Press releases from the teams after Sunday's thrilling World Superbike races at Assen:
Rea wins again as van der Mark gets maiden WorldSBK podium
Davies finishes second with Haslam and Sykes in forth and fifth, respectively.
Press releases from the World Superbike teams after qualifying at Assen:
Sykes claims his first Tissot-Superpole of the season
Rea and Haslam complete the first row for tomorrow's two WorldSBK races
Press release previews from the organizers and some of the teams ahead of this weekend's round of World Superbikes. Includes Pata Honda documentary of Michael van der Mark:
Press releases after Sunday's WSBK round at Aragon:
Rea edges Davies for race 1 win after spectacular last lap
Sykes complete the podium ahead of Aprilia duo of Haslam and Torres.