A couple new tracks have been added, and a couple others dropped. And, as usual, things start off at Phillip Island.
Kawasaki has taken the WSB manufacturer’s championship, thanks to the one-two punch of Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes.
Tom Sykes’s injured hand meant his competition was able to capitalize on their opportunity at the Portuguese double-header.
Last year’s World Supersport champ is battling a hand injury.
The new SSP300 will keep costs down, open up opportunities for young riders.
World Superbike is back, after its summer break!
Who’s moving where, and when? Racing editor Larry Tate shares the latest whispers from World Superbike.
Photo: World Superbike Monterey, California – The World Superbike circus started its 10-week summer vacation with a weekend at the hilly, tight, and twisty Laguna Seca race track, a spectacular course in the mountains between Monterey on the Pacific and Salinas on California’s central plain. By its very nature the track tends to encourage tight … Continue reading Race Report: World Superbike Laguna Seca
Kawasaki continues to crush all competition in the premier class.
Braeden Ortt and Stacey Nesbitt each had another downer weekend.