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Andrew Gosling Shoots WSBK Round 1 - 2015 Phillip Island Race Day Photos


The WSBK season opener produced some epic battles. Haslam, Rea and Davies gave the fans their money's worth


Lorenzo Zanetti's switch to MV Agusta saw him podium at the first attempt


Michael van der Mark. Made his mark on World Superbikes alright

Andrew Gosling Shoots WSBK Round 1 - 2015 Phillip Island Photos From Friday


Bayliss is back


Hopes are high for #65


MV Agusta, stripped naked

2015 Phillip Island WSBK Test Photos By Andrew Gosling


Alex Lowes proved the Suzuki is still fast around Phillip Island


His Chazness


Superquadro. Desmodromico. E bellissimo!

Ducati Press Release: Aruba.it Ducati World Superbike Squad Officially Presented In Arezzo

With the start of the World Superbike season just a couple of weeks away, the factory Ducati team launched their 2015 WSBK campaign. The Aruba.it Ducati team was presented to the press at Arezzo in Italy. After the event, the team issued the following press release and photos, containing photos of the new livery:


The Aruba.it Racing - Ducati Superbike Team presented today in Arezzo

  • The presentation of the official team took place at the Aruba Data Center.
  • The event was broadcast in live streaming on new website www.arubaracing.it.
  • The new livery of Davies’ and Giugliano’s Ducati Panigale R bikes was unveiled.

Borgo Panigale/Arezzo (Italy), 2 February 2015: The Aruba Data Center in Arezzo today hosted the presentation of the new Aruba.it Racing – Ducati Superbike Team, the only official Ducati team in the 2015 Superbike World Championship.

Year: 
2015

Carbon Fiber Brough Superior Moto2 Bike To Make Debut At Silverstone

Despite some early promise, there has been much complaining of a lack of innovation from chassis builders in Moto2. the bikes have followed the same basic layout as all modern race bikes since the late 1980s: aluminium twin spar chassis and conventional suspension arrangements.The only real interest has come from wildcards. At Le Mans, the French Promoto Sport team raced their Transfiormer chassis, with some solid results. Beyond that, the bikes have been pretty much identikit.

At Silverstone, another interesting wildcard will get its first public running. The British round of Moto2 will see the Brough Superior make its debut in a competitive race, after making an appearance at the Goodwood Festival of Speed last year. The bike is a rebrand of the design by John Keogh and Taylormade Racing, discussed on MotoMatters.com last year. The bike uses a monocoque chassis design made fully from carbon fiber, with integral fuel tank. The front suspension is a single wishbone with damping in the forks, while the rear swingarm is also fully carbon fiber. The radiator has been moved to the rear of the bike, to allow the machine to be narrower and free up space in front of the engine.

Andrew Gosling Shoots The Phillip Island Tire Test, Day 2


The Honda exhaust remains a work of eye-watering beauty


Brighter later


Tito Rabat, the fastest man in Moto2. So far...

Andrew Gosling's World Superbike Phillip Island Testing Shots, Day 2


The only #1 you'll see this year. Tom Sykes showing he's a true champion


Eugene Laverty rolls out for a new challenge this year on the Suzuki


Fastest EVO man so far: Niccolo Canepa

Andrew Gosling's World Superbike Phillip Island Testing Shots, Day 1


One Chaz takes over from another. Chaz Davies takes over the bike and race number of retired champion Carlos Checa


New boy on a new bike. Geoff May takes the EBR 1190 for a spin


Ready? Then we'll begin

Second Shooter: Tim White Captures Laguna Seca, Part 3


The secret to going fast? Countersteering


What now, Son Goku?


Firestarter

Second Shooter: Tim White Captures Laguna Seca, Part 2


Style comparison. Smooth transitions


versus necessary muscle


The right stuff

Second Shooter: Tim White Captures Laguna Seca, Part 1


It took him a few laps, but Marc Marquez would eventually catch Valentino Rossi...


... and get past him ...


... then be pushed wide by him ...


... and off into the dirt...

An Alternative View Of Austin: Tim White Shoots Texas For MotoMatters


Better luck in Jerez? Jorge Lorenzo couldn't stop the Repsols in Texas


You could have become very rich betting that the entire Moto2 grid would make it through turn 1 in one piece


Stefan Bradl sparks it up with his elbow

Final 2013 MotoGP Austin Test Photos

"Hmm. I am beating Valentino, so why is that I still feel so empty?  DAMN YOU MARQUEZ!"

"Hmm. I am beating Valentino, so why is that I still feel so empty?  DAMN YOU MARQUEZ!"

 

Grey is the new blue.

Grey is the new blue.

 

"Who has the key?"

"Who has the key?"

 

The ritual pose.

The ritual pose.

 

More 2013 MotoGP Austin Test Photos

Only one wall separates the GP Tech team from the Yamaha garage. Might as well be a chasm.

Only one wall separates the GP Tech team from the Yamaha garage. Might as well be a chasm.

 

The LCR team are working well here. They also wash their bikes a LOT.

The LCR team are working well here. They also wash their bikes a LOT.

 

Bradl lifts a wheel over the start/finish line.

Bradl lifts a wheel over the start/finish line.

 

Jorge looks slightly more composed.

2013 MotoGP Austin Test Photos

Pedrosa tips into Turn 1. Nobody is happy with grip at the track yet, least of all Dani

Pedrosa tips his Honda in Turn 1. Nobody is happy with the grip yet, least of all Dani.

 

Working alone in a quiet garage, Bradl has made substantial progress.

Working alone in a quiet garage, Bradl has made substantial progress.

 

Waiting. Waiting. Waiting.

Waiting. Waiting. Waiting.

 

Lorenzo has an easy way about him, and always has a smile for everyone in the briefing.

Lorenzo has an easy way about him, and always has a smile for everyone in the briefing.

 

Pedrosa does not.

Pedrosa does not.

 

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