Another weekend, another fatality in the racing world.
Another fun filled weekend of motorsports, what are you doing this weekend?
Former World Superbikes champion announces early retirement
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.
Godfather of the Desmosedici MotoGP bike steps down due to health reasons
Former World 250cc and World Superbike champ to take part in two day test
South Africa appears on the provisional calendar for the 2014 eni FIM World Superbike Championship.
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.
Buddh International Circuit was to host the FIM World Superbike and World Supersport in November.
In Jerez, during the final SBK round of the 2013 season, the Spanish rider, after twenty years or racing and success, has confirmed his decision to retire.
Ducati announce 2014 World Superbike riders: Chaz Davies and Davide Giugliano with first pre-season testing getting underway at Jerez.
Sam Lowes wins his last Supersport race in Jerez, Spain,
BMW Motorrad team will terminate its commitment in the FIM Superbike World Championship
Sylvain Guintoli earned the World Superbike series Tissot-Superpole at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca event in California, USA
The Victorian Government announced the GP Circuit will host the FIM Superbike World Championship for a further three years. High-level competition entertained the 61.500 spectators over the 3 days.
Race 2 cancelled due to the serious accident in Supersport that cost rider Andrea Antonelli his life.
The first race at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca was shorten by 14 laps with two major crashes: Danny Eslick and Roger Hayden.
Tight fight for the FIM World Superbike riders in France this weekend. Sam Lowes can wrap-up the World Supersport as he holds a 49-point advantage.
The FIM Superbike World Championship looks for more close battles this weekend in the 10th round of the season at the iconic circuit in Germany
BMW Motorrad GoldBet SBK Team rider Davies had two victory celebrations at MotorLand Aragon circuit in Spain. He scored his his maiden Superbike World Championship win in race 1 and then landed the top spot in the second race!
The perfect Sunday for UK fans was completed by Sam Lowes’ World Supesport win.
Canepa’s best lap of a 1’23.9, ensured him of final second place, an extremely positive result that augers well for the races.
Another Tissot-Superpole to "Watch-man" Tom Sykes! Sam Lowes on Supersport pole position on the Netherlands TT Circuit.
Sylvain Guintoli leads the way in Qualifying 1 at the series new venue.
After the weekend on American soil, Sykes is still the World Superbike Championship leader with a 23 point advantage over Laverty