Michelin Adapts its Motorsport Department Organisation
In the light of Pierre Dupasquier's forthcoming retirement in
2006 and wishing to ensure maximum levels of continuity
and efficiency following his departure, Michelin has made the
McCoy and Martin Make Tracks in Spain
Foggy PETRONAS Racing today completed a valuable three day test, with
riders Garry McCoy and Steve Martin feeling very positive about initial
set up progress made with their PETRONAS FP1s.
Ducati Factory WSBK Team Gets Down To Winter Testing in Valencia
Valencia (Spain), 18 November 2004: One month after the end of the 2004
season, Ducati's championship-winning World Superbike team got its 2005
campaign underway with a three-day...
Further Set Up Successes In Spain for FPR
Foggy PETRONAS Racing's Garry McCoy and Steve Martin today made good progress with their preferred set up of the PETRONAS FP1 during the second day of testing at Valencia.
The team was scheduled to...
Martin and McCoy On Pace In PETRONAS FP1 Debut
Foggy PETRONAS Racing's new Aussie pairing, Garry McCoy and Steve Martin, today experienced their first outing on the FP1 during the first day of a three day test at Valencia in Spain.
Hodgson Faces American Challenge in 2005
Bologna (Italy), 12 November 2004: The 2003 World SBK champion Neil
Hodgson will be returning to Superbikes next year, lining up alongside
Eric Bostrom in the two-rider Parts Unlimited Ducati Austin...
Seven Aussies for 2005 world Superbike action
Seven Australian riders -- the largest number ever - will compete in
the 2005 Superbike World Championship with news that Steve Martin and
Garry McCoy have signed deals to ride under the Foggy ...
Aussies rule for Foggy PETRONAS Racing
Carl Fogarty has signed Australian pair Garry McCoy and Steve Martin for his
Foggy PETRONAS Racing team's 2005 Superbike World Championship campaign.
The two riders will have their first taste of action...
Toseland and Laconi Confirmed as Factory Superbike Riders
Lanzi To Make WSBK Debut in Stefano Caracchi's 'Satellite' Team
Hodgson Returns To Ducati Corse For AMA Attack With Eric Bostrom
Bologna (Italy), Monday November 8, 2004: Ducati Corse's...
Chris Walker today announced that he will ride for the PSG-1 team in next season's Superbike World championship.
The 32-year-old from Nottingham, England, was the first rider to secure a podium finish for Foggy PETRONAS Racing in this season's...
Troy Corser will not be returning to the Foggy PETRONAS Racing team for the 2005 Superbike World Championship campaign.
The Australian 33-year-old has informed team owner Carl Fogarty that he has decided to seek new opportunities after three...
Shell Advances to SBK World Rider's Title
Magny Cours, France, 3rd October 2004: The final acts of the 2004 World
Superbike Championship were played out in front of 61,000 people at the
Magny Cours Formula One facility near Nevers in France.
James Toseland (Ducati Fila) 2004 WSBK Champion!
Regis Laconi Runner-Up
Ducati 999 1-2-3 In Championship!
Magny-Cours (France), 3 October 2004: James Toseland (Ducati Fila) was
crowned the 2004 World Superbike champion today at the ...
Muggeridge Takes Win Seven With Parkes Second
Karl Muggeridge (Ten Kate Honda CBR600RR) ended a virtually perfect
championship-winning season with a stalk and pounce race victory,
following his team-mate Broc Parkes until the last lap, then...
Foggy focuses on further development for FPR
Foggy PETRONAS Racing riders Troy Corser and Chris Walker scored a top
ten double in the final race of the 2004 Superbike World Championship to
complete a second season of development for the PETRONAS...
Vermeulen Narrowly Misses Superpole Win
Chris Vermeulen (Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR) looked to have clinched his
first Superpole after setting an impressive time of 1'41.845, but a
superb final split for the last rider away, Troy Corser ...
World Superbike Set For Final Showdown as Toseland and Laconi (Ducati
Fila) Qualify 3rd And 5th at Magny-Cours
Magny-Cours (France), 2 October 2004: The final round of the World
Superbike championship at Magny-Cours is set to be a thriller as ...
It's Magny-fique from Corser and Foggy PETRONAS Racing!
Troy Corser - the undisputed king of Superpole - claimed pole position on the PETRONAS FP1 for the final two races of the Superbike World Championship at Magny-Cours.
Laconi and Toseland (Ducati Fila) Battle Down To The Wire With Vermeulen
(Honda) at Magny-Cours
Magny-Cours (France), 30 September 2004: Ten rounds down, one to go;
two races remain before the title is awarded to the seventeenth World