This will be a two rider team running the new 2014 EBR 1190RX, represented by riders Geoff May and Aaron Yates.
South Africa appears on the provisional calendar for the 2014 eni FIM World Superbike Championship.
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.
Sam Lowes wins his last Supersport race in Jerez, Spain,
The race at Jerez mark the final round of the BMW Motorrad factory in the Superbike World Championship.
At the penultimate Magny-Cours round, which took place one week ago, Badovini and substitute rider Michele Pirro took mixed results.
BMW Motorrad Goldbet STK Team celebrating factory rider, Sylvain Barrier (FRA) winning the FIM Superstock 1000 Cup for the second year in succession.
Michele Pirro was sixth to cross the line in race one, before unfortunately suffering a crash in race two.
The Championship leader got a perfect start out of pole and steadily pulled away, to place a considerable gap between himself and the chasing duo of Eugene Laverty and Sylvain Guintoli.
Having taken third and eighth respectively in the dry session on Friday, Chaz Davies and Marco Melandri secured their place in Superpole.
Ayrton Badovini qualified sixth while Michele Pirro, suffering a crash in the final stages, will start from tenth position in tomorrow’s races.
The French round for the World Superbike series saw the points leader secure his 8th Superpole of the season.
Guintoli edges Sykes after first qualifying session.
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 first race at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca was shorten by 14 laps with two major crashes: Danny Eslick and Roger Hayden.
Sylvain Guintoli earned the World Superbike series Tissot-Superpole at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca event in California, USA
Friday qualifying at Mazda Race Laguna Seca for the World Superbike riders prepares the teams for the run for the pole tomorrow.
In the Manufacturers’ classification, BMW is currently third with 354 points.
Due to the pain Ayrton Badovini was suffering in the first half of that first race, he decided not to compete in the day’s second race.
Laverty and Sofuoglu winners of the Turkish round.
Marco Melandri and Chaz Davies will start tomorrow’s first ever Superbike races on Turkish soil from seventh and eighth on the third row respectively.