Troy Corser clinched the 2005 World Superbike championship today under
somewhat unusual circumstances -- the Australian took the title after a
torrential downpour caused the cancellation of the second race of the Imola
MUGGERIDGE SECOND FASTEST IN FRANCE
Winston Ten Kate Honda rider, Karl Muggeridge, set the second fastest
time in this afternoon's opening qualifying session for the final World
Superbike championship round at Magny-Cours, France on Sunday.
RAINY DEBUT FOR BAYLISS AND LANZI (DUCATI XEROX TEAM) IN VALENCIA
Valencia (Spain), Monday 14 November 2005: Troy Bayliss and Lorenzo
Lanzi encountered cold and rainy conditions today on their first outing
for the 2006 Ducati Xerox Team...
VERMEULEN MISSES OUT ON FRENCH DOUBLE
Chris Vermeulen was denied his second winning double of the season at
Magny-Cours today when the chain jumped off the rear sprocket of his
Winston Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR. Having won the 23-lap opener of...
WINSTON'S VERMEULEN SCORCHES TO MAIDEN POLE AT ASSEN
Chris Vermeulen secured his and the Winston Ten Kate Honda team's first
World Superbike pole position by setting the fastest time in today's
Superpole event at Assen in Holland. The...
WINSTON'S VERMEULEN SCORCHES TO IMOLA POLE
Chris Vermeulen will start tomorrow's two eleventh round World Superbike
championship races at Imola, Italy from pole position after setting the
fastest qualifying time in today's one-lap Superpole...
FUJIWARA BATTLES PAIN IN FRANCE
Winston Ten Kate Honda's Katsuaki Fujiwara qualified on the provisional
second row of the grid in this afternoon's opening qualifying session
for Sunday's final World Supersport championship race at ...
SUPER POLE MAN!
Team Alstare Suzuki Corona Extra rider Troy Corser lived up to his "Mr Superpole" reputation by comfortably taking Superpole at Valencia today. It was his thirty-first pole position in World Superbikes and his time of 1:35.676...
Six-gun Aussie salute for world Superbikes
The 18th instalment of the Superbike World Championship will commence in
Losail, Qatar this weekend, with a record number of Aussie aspirants in
action -- six.
Four of the riders -- Troy Corser,...
Second row for Javi on opening day.
Team Alstare Suzuki Corona Extra rider Javi Fores ended the first day of
qualifying with a solid second row grid place and is looking for further
improvement tomorrow. His time of 1:54.397 was just about a ...
Troy on the front row, Yukio just behind.
Team Alstare Suzuki Corona Extra riders Troy Corser and Yukio Kagayama
finished third and seventh in Superpole today and will start tomorrow's
pair of 16-lap races just behind each other on the grid....
VERMEULEN AND MUGGERIDGE AIMING FOR 'HOME' SUCCESS
The 2005 World Superbike championship resumes this weekend at Assen in
Holland, one of the most popular events on the SBK calendar and the home
race for the Winston Ten Kate Honda team that is...
Troy misses Superpole by the narrowest of margins. Yukio disappointed.
Team Alstare Suzuki Corona Extra rider Troy Corser made a small mistake
on his Superpole lap and missed out on pole position by just 73/100ths of
a second! He had been up on...
Monza misery for FPR
Foggy PETRONAS Racing left the fourth round of the Superbike World Championship Monza empty-handed after more race day trauma.
In the first race, won by Troy Corser, Garry McCoy was setting consistent and competitive lap...
World Supersport Test, 4-6 December 2005
Losail Circuit, Doha -- Qatar
CHARPENTIER SIGNALS 2006 INTENT AT QATAR TEST
Winston Ten Kate Honda's 2005 World Supersport champion, Sebastien
Charpentier, has signalled his intentions for the 2006...
Both Team Alstare Suzuki Corona Extra riders Yukio Kagayama and Troy
Corser suffered in Superpole at Magny-Cours today, but it was Troy
who came off worst. A tyre pressure problem in his rear tyre almost
prevented him finishing the lap, but...
WINSTON'S CHAMPION CHARPENTIER HEADS HOME
Winston Ten Kate Honda rider Sebastien Charpentier heads for his home
race in this weekend's World Supersport championship finale at
Magny-Cours in France. Although the 32-year-old Frenchman secured...
FPR step up Brands Hatch preparations
Foggy PETRONAS Racing stepped up their preparations for this weekend's
eighth round of the Superbike World Championship with an encouraging one-day
test at Silverstone.
Although Garry McCoy was ruled out...
RAIN CURTAILS WINSTON TEST IN GERMANY
Rain on Thursday at Lausitzring in Germany cut-short a scheduled two-day
Winston Ten Kate Honda test at the Eurospeedway circuit, limiting the team
to just one full day on Wednesday. Chris Vermeulen and Karl...
Troy leads the way!
Team Alstare Suzuki Corona Extra rider Troy Corser is on provisional pole
after the first day of qualifying at Imola. The track was damp when the
thirty-four riders went out this morning and, at one stage, Troy was
Podium and a crash for Troy. A fifth and fourth for Yukio.
The tenth round of the 2005 Superbike World Championship at the
EuroSpeedway Lausitzring was a dramatic one for Team Alstare Suzuki
Corona Extra. The first of the two 24-lappers was ...
MUGGERIDGE SECOND FASTEST AT BRANDS HATCH
Karl Muggeridge will start tomorrow's two eighth round World Superbike
championship races at Brands Hatch in the UK from the front row of the grid
after setting the second fastest time in this...
Martin in the Misano mixer for FPR
Steve Martin bounced back from his troubles at the previous round of the Superbike World Championship to finish in the top ten after the first day's qualifying at Misano.
The Australian overcame two minor ...
FPR battle for hard-earned points at Assen
Garry McCoy produced two battling rides to finish in the points in both races of the ninth round of the Superbike World Championship at Assen.
Team-mate Steve Martin almost made it a full complement...
PROVISIONAL FRONT ROW FOR MUGGERIDGE AT BRANDS
Winston Ten Kate Honda's Karl Muggeridge set the fourth fastest time in
this afternoon's opening qualifying session for Sunday's eighth round World
Superbike championship races at Brands Hatch in...