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18 April 2018

Mugen makes it three

Team Mugen has confirmed it will field a three-rider line-up in the 2018 Isle of Man Zero TT event, with Honda Racing’s Lee Johnston joining Mugen regulars Bruce Anstey and John McGuinness in the dominant squad. Johnson is no stranger to racing an electric bike around the 37.

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17 April 2018

2018 International Festival of Speed

The QBE Insurance International Festival of Speed certainly lived up to its name.

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17 April 2018

Newcastle International Supermoto

With a crowd approaching 50,000 and a telecast audience reach of many millions, the FIM Oceania Newcastle International Supermoto featuring the Australian Supermoto Championship is one of the most highly attended Supermoto events in the world. This year’s event will take plac

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16 April 2018

Treloar and Headland take Aussie title to cap off Triple Crown in 2018 Australian Speedway Sidecar Championship

Darrin Treloar and Jesse Headland have taken out the 2018 Australian Speedway Sidecar Championship in Tamworth, New South Wales. The pair capped off a stellar month completing the triple crown, taking home the FIM World Cup, FIM Oceania Championship and the Australian Championshi

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15 April 2018

Davies Wins In Three Way Fight Club

Chaz Davies (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati) won the second WorldSBK race at Motorland Aragon, with a last corner battle only averted after potential winner Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team) ran off track pushing Davies’ lead, shortly after another potential victor Marco Melandri

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15 April 2018

Cortese Wins His First

German star Sandro Cortese (Kallio Racing Yamaha) took his first ever WorldSSP race win after a multi-rider fight was wrapped up by his unbeatable pace on the final three laps, and he won by a margin of 1.426 seconds. It was the third straight 2018 victory for Yamaha, but with th

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14 April 2018

Pole For Cortese In WorldSSP

Sandro Cortese (Kallio Racing Yamaha) rode to his first ever pole position in the WorldSSP class at Motorland Aragon, easing out 2017 champion Lucas Mahias (GRT Yamaha Official WorldSSP Team) by 0.022 seconds and Federico Caricasulo (GRT Yamaha Official WorldSSP Team) by 0.081 se

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14 April 2018

Rea Wins Aragon Race One 

Championship leader Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team) scored his second race win of the 2018 season after battling for most of the restarted 17-lap race inside the leading pack. He then eased away from a three rider Ducati battle with five laps remaining. He would win by 1.450

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14 April 2018

No ‘Three Race’ Rounds - But More Changes Coming?

The willingness of WorldSBK rights owners Dorna to make changes to race schedules, formats and rules has been an unmissable aspect of their operating style since they took over control in 2013.

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14 April 2018

WorldSBK Minus Stock Equals More?

The future of the WorldSBK Championship line-up is a constant source of work and planning for the bosses of the championship to deal with, especially as the official regular entry has dipped to less than 20 for 2018 after a late call off from the Grillini team. Although the majo

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14 April 2018

Melandri On Top In Superpole

Marco Melandri (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati) stuck in a Superpole winning time of 1.49.543 to head up Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team) by 0.031 seconds, with Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team) third, 0.101 behind the lead. This was only Melandri’s third career Superpole succes

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13 April 2018

FRIDAY WORLDSBK Motorland Aragon 2018

Return Of The Rains Determines All