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Isle of Man TT winner James Hillier will contest this year's event with Bournemouth Kawasaki for an 11th-successive season.
Marco Melandri says the GRT Yamaha does not “respond well” to his riding style on corner entry, following a tough World Superbike test at Portimao.
Michael Dunlop will once again contest the Isle of Man TT’s Superbike events with the Tyco BMW team, despite the deaths of brother William and teammate Dan Kneen in competition over the last eight months.
Isle of Man TT winner Michael Dunlop paid an emotional tribute to late brother William during the latter's induction into Belfast Telegraph Sporting Awards Hall of Fame.
At number 16 in our countdown of the Top 20 Stories of 2018 is Ana Carrasco's historic World Supersport 300 title, which made her the world's first female bike racing world champion.
The Ten Kate World Superbike team, which ran Honda's official entry in the series, has been declared bankrupt and will cease its racing operation effective immediately.
Jonathan Rea topped the first day of Jerez 2019 World Superbike pre-season testing as ex-MotoGP rider Alvaro Bautista was second on his Ducati debut.
Eugene Laverty has secured his World Superbike future after signing a deal to join the Go Eleven team on a Ducati, while ousted Barni rider Xavi Fores will move to British Superbikes with Honda.
Charles Leclerc was left stunned by his 'number one surprise' Q2 lap in Formula 1 Brazilian Grand Prix qualifying, admitting progressing to Q3 “wasn't realistic” when he started it.
Xavi Fores claims Ducati World Superbike title sponsor Aruba.it has “played with my livelihood”, as it "insisted" his team Barni Racing replace him with Michael Ruben Rinaldi for the 2019 season.
Four-time World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea says he could “do better” than Cal Crutchlow in MotoGP if offered the chance, but insists he is not “jealous” of the LCR Honda rider.
Jonathan Rea overcame illness to win the second World Superbike race at Villicum and become the first World Superbike rider in history to win 10 successive races in a single season.
Jonathan Rea eased to victory in the inaugural World Superbike race at Villicum to collect his ninth consecutive win and secure the manufacturers' title for Kawasaki.
Ducati rider Marco Melandri dominated qualifying to take the first-ever World Superbike pole position at Villicum by 0.440s from newly-crowned four-time champion Jonathan Rea.
World Superbike bosses have announced the series will run three races a weekend in 2019, while bringing back the double-race format on Sundays for the first time since 2015.
Ana Carrasco has told Motorsport.com she expects to remain in the World Supersport 300 championship in 2019 to defend her historic title.
Yonny Hernandez has been sacked by the Pedercini World Superbike team just weeks after penning a 2019 deal with the squad.