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Eugene Laverty Claims First WSB Win On Suzuki

Eugene Laverty 2014 World Superbike Phillip Island Race 1 - 1st Place

Eugene Laverty stormed to victory on his Voltcom Crescent Suzuki debut in race one at Phillip Island in Australia today, securing the first World Championship win for the Japanese manufacturer since 2010. Laverty fought back from a difficult start and made his way through from seventh to hunt down the leading pack of Giugliano, Melandri […]

Eugene Laverty Joins Forces With Suzuki

Eugene Laverty Joins Forces With Suzuki

The World Superbike series only ended its season a few weeks ago, but riders and teams are already looking ahead to 2014 – and making some major changes in preparation for next year. Some of the biggest news surrounds a new signing for the Suzuki factory team, which has inked top rider Eugene Laverty for 2014. […]

Marco Melandri Rejoins Aprilia

Marco Melandri Rejoins Aprilia

When BMW announced that it was ended its relationship with World Superbike, it left many fans – and a few riders – without a team. At least one affected individual has remedied that problem, as former BMW rider Marco Melandri has signed on to compete with Aprilia next season. The Italian will ride the RSV4 […]

Carlos Checa Retires

Carlos Checa Retires

The motorsports world is saying goodbye to another legend. Carlos Checa, who won the World Superbike Championship just two years ago, is retiring at the age of 41. He recently sustained a hip injury at the round at Istanbul Park, and as such was unable to compete in the final event at Jerez, but he made […]

Motorsports Racer Ben Spies Retires

Motorsports Racer Ben Spies Retires

Anyone who has paid attention to the Superbike or MotoGP series over the past decade has undoubtedly heard of Ben Spies. The sportbike rider made a name for himself as one of the most competitive racers in the world, but he has been sidelined for months due to a shoulder injury. Because of his frequent bouts […]

2013 World Superbike Jerez Results

Tom Sykes 2013 World Superbike Jerez

Tom Sykes Claims Superbike Championship In Spain It came down to the wire, but Tom Sykes made sure the final round of the 2013 World Superbike season was an exciting one. The British rider didn’t win either of the motos at Spain’s Jerez circuit, but he performed well enough to clinch the No. 1 spot […]

Eugene Laverty Sweeps World Superbike Races In Istanbul

Eugene Laverty Sweeps World Superbike Races In Istanbul

Aprilia’s Eugene Laverty dominated the 11th round of the World Superbike season. He swept the two races at the motorsports event at Istanbul Park in Turkey, catapulting him into the third spot in the overall standings – just 26 points behind leader Tom Sykes. “[These] two wins today feel particularly good because I wasn’t really expecting […]

Famous Faces Participate In Motorsports Tests

Famous Faces Participate In Motorsports Tests

The big names in sport bike races may be racing in the major races on the calendar, but several other familiar faces are taking part in important testing. Casey Stoner and Nicky Hayden, who were two of the most competitive riders during their time in MotoGP, have been testing machines for a few prominent motorsports […]

Chaz Davies, Tom Sykes Come Out On Top In Germany

Chaz Davies, Tom Sykes Come Out On Top In Germany

Chaz Davies and Tom Sykes emerged as the big winners from the most recent World Superbike round at the Nurburgring circuit in Germany. The two split the motorsports races, both of which ended early when red flags halted the contest due to serious crashes on the track. Sykes won the first race, narrowly beating out Marco […]

World Superbike Cancels Round At Buddh International Circuit

World Superbike Cancels Round At Buddh International Circuit

When the World Superbike Championship opened its 2013 season, the expectation was that it would wrap up action at the Buddh International Circuit in India. The Nov. 17 race was slated to be the first motorsports event to ever take place in the Asian country. However, ongoing challenges have forced the governing bodies to reconsider […]