2013 World Superbike
The Frenchman Sylvain Guintoli had his ups and downs in the 2012 World Superbike Championship.
2011 WSBK Standings
The 2011 World Superbike Championship concluded Oct. 17 at Portimao in Portugal, with a different rider winning each race.
In Race 1, the man who clinched the 2011 WSBK title a round earlier in Magny-Cours was victorious – Carlos Checa. With the Race 1 win at Portimao, Checa would finish the season with an impressive 15 wins in 13 rounds.
Magny-Cours Unusual Motorcycle Crash
Every motorcycle racing fan will want to see this odd video, which involves some entangled bikes doing donuts following a bike crash at Magny-Cours this past weekend.
Endurance Motorcycle Racing Video
The Qtel World Endurance Championship is the ultimate test of man and motorcycle. And for 2011, the six-race series throttled into action at the 24-hour 75th-Anniversary Bol d’Or at Magny Cours in France.
Road Racing Endurance Championship
Suzuki Endurance Racing Team has won the opening round of the 2011 Qtel World Endurance Championship – the 24-hour 75th-Anniversary Bol d’Or at Magny Cours in France.
2010 World Superbike Review
Before any motorcycle racing series shakes the winter blues from its exhaust pipe, I’ve become accustom to thoroughly reviewing the previous season.
RSV4 SBK Season Review
The 2009 SBK World Superbike Championships came to an end in Portimao and closed out a season that witnessed Aprilia as the protagonist with its brand new, revolutionary Aprilia RSV4. The Aprilia company, which is based in the Region of Veneto and is now a part of the Piaggio Group, debuted its new V4 65° Cylinder RSV4 on the track and returned to the World Superbike Championship after a seven year absence. And they did it well.
Ten Kate Honda Racing’s Ryuichi Kiyonari has reluctantly been forced to withdraw from the final round of the 2009 World Superbike championship at Portimao in Portugal.
The Japanese ace broke his right collarbone in race one at the previous round in Magny-Cours, France and returned home for an operation. It was the same collarbone that Kiyonari broke at the French circuit during a test last season.
Magny-Cours (France), Sunday 4th October 2009: this afternoon on the French track of Magny-Cours, Noriyuki Haga took a fantastic Race 2 win on board his Ducati 1198, coming straight after his second place finish in the first race. With these results, Noriyuki regains the championship lead with an advantage of ten points over Spies (Yamaha). At the end of this, the penultimate round, and thanks to today’s two podiums, Ducati celebrates winning its sixteenth Constructors title in the World Superbike Championship.