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Kawasaki's Jonathan Rea, who claimed his fourth-straight World Superbike title at Magny-Cours in France, continued his domination in Argentina.
Kawasaki's Jonathan Rea continued his reign in 2018 World Superbike by doubling at round 10 of 13 at Portugal's Portimao circuit.
Max Biaggi and Loris Capirossi returned to the track Monday at Mugello for some laps aboard Aprilia RSVR superbikes set up with the Factory Works kits.
It didn't take long for Kawasaki Racing Team to announce the replacement for the departing Tom Sykes. Leon Haslam will ride alongside Rea in 2019 WorldSBK.
With World Ducati Week 2018 throttling into the Misano World Circuit this weekend, Ducati is set to put 12 special Panigale V4s on the block.
Following nine successful years aboard Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R machinery, Tom Sykes and Kawasaki have mutually decided to part ways.
Jonathan Rea continued his dominance in WSBK, doubling at the 2018 Misano World Superbike round ahead of the two-month break.
At Laguna Seca WorldBSK, we catch up with four-time SBK Champ Jonathan Rea to see how things are shaping up and where he plans on going from here.
We catch up with Honda World Superbike's Jake Gagne during Laguna Seca SBK to see how things are going for the American on the world stage.
As Jonathan Rea chases his fourth-straight WSBK title, the Kawasaki ZX-10RR pilot earned a double at Laguna Seca, and now has a 75-point lead.
All eyes were on the Kawasaki Racing Team duo of Tom Sykes and Jonthan Rea at Donington Park Superbike. But neither would claim wins on their home turf. Earning both wins was Pata Yamaha Official WorldSBK Team's Michael van der Mark.