Photo Gallery: Andrew Gosling Shoots The Phillip Island WorldSBK Test - Monday


Phillip Island feels like a Ducati track. Marco Melandri agreed on Monday


Leon Camier hopes to revive Honda's fortunes in WorldSBK. So far, so good


Not the best of starts to the test for Jonathan Rea. Still third fastest, despite the highside


The brains of the operation


Aussie veteran Wayne Maxwell is still posting respectable times among the WorldSBK crowd


Tom Sykes' first objective? To beat the other side of the garage


Back to WorldSBK for Loris Baz, after a solid few years in MotoGP


Hot headers


Lucas Mahias: looks like a boxer, rides like the wind, wears a pink helmet. Any questions?


The Orange Menace: Luke Stapleford caused a bit of a stir on the Triumph 675 on Monday, finishing 3rd in WorldSSP


An American back in WorldSBK: Jake Gagne has big shoes to fill in the Red Bull Honda team


Peekaboo, Mr West


High hopes for the Pata Yamaha team, though Alex Lowes finished just 8th on Monday


Tom Toparis, wildcarding at his home round, on the Kawasaki ZX-6RR


Two-time ASBK champ Troy Herfoss demonstrating the Universal Racer Sign Language for "the front keeps wanting to wash out"


Daniel Falzon, teammate to Wayne Maxwell, and another Australian at the test


Built for speed, not for comfort


One of Xavi Fores' mechanics demonstrates the artisanal craft of tie-wrapping


Kenan Sofuoglu lost his WorldSSP title last year. Can he get it back in 2018?


Behold the steed of His Chazness


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