Another weekend, another fatality in the racing world.
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Another fun filled weekend of motorsports, what are you doing this weekend?
The iconic Italian brand, which has a record of 37 Championship and 38 Manufacturers titles, will be officially involved at world level with the Yakhnich Motorsport Team.
This will be a two rider team running the new 2014 EBR 1190RX, represented by riders Geoff May and Aaron Yates.
The Championship will officially kick-start on February 23rd
The Italian rider earned second place on the grid for tomorrow’s races, with his teammate Chaz Davies concluding sevent.
South Africa appears on the provisional calendar for the 2014 eni FIM World Superbike Championship.
After seven of fourteen scheduled rounds, Davies holds sixth position in the general standings, with 143 points, while Giugliano is seventh.
Davide Giugliano and Chaz Davies completing the first two timed practice sessions of the weekend.
This is the first time that the World Superbikes will race at the Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia.
In the first race, Ayrton Badovini ended 12s in front of the nearest EVO class rider and in race two the margin between him and the next EVO rider was eight seconds.
Today’s pole position is the 21st of Sykes’ WSBK career.
This is the 19th individual WSBK race win, the first one at Misano, for Tom Sykes.
Chaz Davies and the Ducati Superbike Team powered the 1199 Panigale to a second place finish in both of the day’s hard-fought Superbike races.
Buddh International Circuit was to host the FIM World Superbike and World Supersport in November.
The second day of the World Superbike Championship round at Silverstone was an emotional one as the riders paid tribute to Andrea Antonelli before Eugene Laverty earned his first-ever Tissot-Superpole.
World Superbike Champion Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team) coming out victorious to take an impressive double in front of his home crowd.
Alstare formede a long-term partnership with Bimota brand and will compete in the EVO class in this year’s World Superbike Championship.
Tom Sykes elevated himself to 2nd despite running off track in the final few moments of the session.
Laverty fights his way back to win after poor start.