Grid Talk - John McGuinness
John McGuinness is a household name in real roads racing with 23 TT wins to his credit – so how does he feel about the job ahead with a new bike and Guy Martin by his side?
Official DWO/Pirelli Tests 3 April 2017- Top Men Get Down To It Again
One day after they raced for real at Motorland Aragon the top WorldSBK men and machines tested for real, with eight hours of available track time for the 19 riders who ventured out in bright sunshine and calm conditions. Most riders tested the new trache of Pirelli development ty
WSBK RACE 2- Davies Breaks Rea’s Winning Streak
Chaz Davies (Aruba.it Racing - Ducati), Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team) and Marco Melandri (Aruba.it Racing - Ducati) contested the last sectors of the second WorldSBK race at Motorland Aragon, with Davies and Rea the final protagonists on the final lap. In winning Davies
Rea Wins Aragon Thriller As Davies Falls
Chaz Davies (Aruba.it Racing - Ducati) and Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team) battled it out for supremacy in race one at Motorland Aragon, until Davies crashed out on the entrance to the final corner of the penultimate lap. Rea therefore won his fifth race in succession. Beh
FRIDAY WorldSBK FP2
Late Rains End First Day Of Action
Race debut for Brayden Elliott with the CF Motorsport Team this weekend.
The countdown is over to the first round of the British Superstock 1000 Championship at Donington Park, and anticipation is in the air as Brayden Elliott will embark on his first race meeting in the UK with the CF Motorsport Team this weekend. With a long break since r
Milwaukee Aprilia rider Savadori unfit for Round 3 at Aragon
Lorenzo Savadori, rider #32 for the Milwaukee Aprilia team, has been declared medically unfit to race at this weekend’s WorldSBK round at Aragon.
After winning his second Superpole of 2017, KRT’s Jonathan Rea reached 10 career Superpole wins at Chang, matching veterans Carlos Checa and Pierfrancesco Chili. If he does it again — and he will — he will draw level with one-season championship-winning wonder Ben Spies.
The qualifying tyre brouhaha
…that didn’t actually matter
Yamaha’s gain in WSBK
The leap of faith Yamaha made following a tough 2016 has had instant benefits for the 2017 season, with Yamaha having usurped Honda and all the others as ‘best of the rest’ behind Kawasaki and Ducati. Yamaha undertook a complete redesign of all the allowable race additions to
Tough start for new-look Honda team
The Red Bull Honda team, running the new Fireblade in 2017, had a tough opening round of the WSBK championship in Australia and life did not get any easier at the second round in Thailand. As expected, the much anticipated 2017 CBR1000RR is still some way from being the usable
Thai's Chang International Circuit track quick fix
Chang surface surprised everyone by simply fixing itself