Haga and Spies, Cruthclow and Laverty get ready for final battle
The four title challengers for the 2009 Superbike World Championship and
the Supersport World Championship got together for a last-minute meet
and greet with national and ...
Crutchlow has his eyes on the big prize in Portugal
British rider Cal Crutchlow heads to Portimao this weekend with the
championship title firmly in his sights. He leads championship rival
Eugene Laverty by 19 points going into the final round.
Spies prepares for the big showdown in Portimao
The clock is ticking down to the 14th and final round of the 2009 World
Superbike Championship at the Portimao circuit in Portugal. With just ten
points separating championship leader Haga from ...
SYKES JOINS VERMEULEN AT KAWASAKI
Following on the recent announcement that Chris Vermeulen will race a
factory-backed Kawasaki in next season's World Superbike Championship,
team owner Paul Bird has today announced that it will be Yorkshireman...
Portimao becomes final act in Haga-Spies showdown
The Autodromo Internacional do Algarve, situated not far from the
seaside town of Portimao (Portugal), is gearing up for the final round
of the 2009 FIM Hannspree Superbike World Championship...
PORTIMAO THE ARENA FOR THE FINAL SHOWDOWN; HAGA (DUCATI XEROX) PREPARES
TO FIGHT FOR THE 2009 WORLD SUPERBIKE CROWN
Portimao (Portugal) Monday 19th October: the final round of the 2009
Superbike World Championship, taking place this weekend at...
KAWASAKI DUO LOOKING FOR PORTUGUESE SWANSONG
The final round of the Hannspree World Superbike Championship takes place
this forthcoming weekend with the Kawasaki Superbike Racing Team looking
to end the season on a high note in Portimao.
Infront and Eurosport Group extend partnership for FIM Superbike World
In a new and significant rights agreement between Infront Motor Sports
and Eurosport Group, the leading sports entertainment media group in
Europe has acquired...
Sterilgarda confirms title sponsorship with Yamaha World Superbike Team
Resulting from a successful partnership this season with the Yamaha World
Superbike Team , Italian food brand Sterilgarda has confirmed title
sponsorship for the 2010 race...
Crutchlow scores incredible ninth pole position of the year
Despite two crashes this weekend Yamaha World Supersport rider Cal
Crutchlow continued to show the devastating pace that has taken him to
the top of the championship standings. A bad...
Spies picks up the pace on day two in Imola
Day two at Imola saw a much improved track surface allowing Yamaha World
superbike rider Ben Spies to get down to business and back to his
blistering pace. The qualifying session saw him displaying ...
Fabrizio (Ducati Xerox) grabs first-ever Superbike Superpole
One of the most exciting Superpoles of the season saw Ducati Xerox's
Michel Fabrizio power to his first ever career success at the Imola
circuit in Italy. The man from Rome clinched...
ITALIAN RIDER MICHEL FABRIZIO (DUCATI XEROX) TAKES HIS FIRST SUPERPOLE,
ON THE 1198 AT DUCATI'S HOME TRACK OF IMOLA!
Imola (Italy), Saturday 26th September 2009: The Ducati Xerox Team were
this afternoon celebrating with rider Michel Fabrizio as...
AVERAGE QUALIFYING FOR DONI TATA PRADITA
Doni qualified in 21st position, 4.6 seconds behind the leader Cal
Crutchlow. The situation was not easy today for the young Yamaha
Indonesian rider who races here for the first time.
Careful start for Crutchlow and Foret
Following the un-scheduled closure of the track for further cleaning it
was the Supersport riders who first took to the circuit to lay down some
rubber in their delayed free practice session at Imola today.
Challenging start to Imola for the Yamaha World Superbike Team riders
The first day of free practice did not go according to plan at Imola
today. The first scheduled Superbike free practice session lasted for
just two laps, with less than...
FABRIZIO FLIES THE DUCATI XEROX FLAG; FASTEST ON DAY ONE AT IMOLA
Imola (Italy), Friday 25th September 2009: a disorganised start to the
World Superbike event at Imola today, as riders faced difficult track
conditions in the first free practice...