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Alvaro Bautista
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Alvaro Bautista

1984-11-21 (age 35)

Bautista feels his early-season luck has "disappeared"

Ducati World Superbike rider Alvaro Bautista says he feels like the luck he enjoyed at the start of the campaign has "disappeared" following his latest crash at Laguna Seca.

Laguna Seca WSBK: Rea wins as Bautista crashes again

Jonathan Rea extended his World Superbike Championship lead to 49 points with victory in race one at Laguna Seca, after Alvaro Bautista crashed again.

Donington WSBK: Rea beats Razgatlioglu for hat-trick of wins

Jonathan Rea fended off Toprak Razgatlioglu in a tense second World Superbike feature race at Donington Park to complete the treble and extend his championship lead.

Bautista: Crash caused by riding too fast with "s*** feeling" Donington Park
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Bautista: Crash caused by riding too fast with "s*** feeling"

Ducati World Superbike rider Alvaro Bautista says his opening-race crash at Donington Park was down to him going “too fast” for the “s*** feeling” he had in wet conditions.

Is the World Superbike title slipping from Bautista?

A run of 11 straight wins should've all but assured Alvaro Bautista of the 2019 World Superbike title, but Jonathan Rea's relentless points-scoring means the contest is far from over.

Marquez: Bautista "perfect example" why 2019 title isn't won yet

MotoGP points leader Marc Marquez believes that Alvaro Bautista's recent setbacks in World Superbike are the "perfect example" of why he can't think his 2019 title is already sealed.

Bautista says door "more closed" on 2020 MotoGP return

Ducati World Superbike rider Alvaro Bautista says the door back to MotoGP in 2020 "is more closed" now, as the marque looks set to retain its current line-up.

Rea: Crashes show Bautista "not invincible"

Reigning world champion Jonathan Rea says World Superbike title rival Alvaro Bautista is not “invincible”, having crashed out of feature races at Jerez and Misano while leading.

Bautista "very angry" after another "not acceptable" crash

Ducati’s Alvaro Bautista says he is “very angry” with himself after crashing out of two World Superbike feature races in as many rounds, which he branded “not acceptable”.

Misano WSBK: Bautista dominates as Rea crashes

Ducati's Alvaro Bautista eased to victory in the Misano World Superbike Superpole race to extend his championship lead after title rival Jonathan Rea crashed late on.

Jerez WSBK: Bautista wins, Rea goes from last to fourth

Ducati rider Alvaro Bautista led every lap of the World Superbike Superpole race at Jerez while his title rival Jonathan Rea recovered to fourth from last position on the grid.

Jerez WSBK: Bautista dominates as Rea and Lowes collide

Ducati's Alvaro Bautista took a dominant victory in the opening World Superbike race at Jerez as Jonathan Rea finished a provisional third after sending Alex Lowes into a crash.

Jerez WSBK: Bautista leads van der Mark in Friday's running

Ducati's Alvaro Bautista was the fastest man on the opening day of World Superbike running at Jerez as Loris Baz's and the Ten Kate team's return to the series began with a huge crash for the Frenchman.

Bautista was hampered by fractured vertebra at Imola

Alvaro Bautista has revealed his performance in last month's Imola World Superbike round was compromised by a fractured vertebra.

Ducati: "No sense" to move Bautista away from WSBK

Ducati sporting director Paolo Ciabatti has dismissed suggestions Alvaro Bautista could be moved back to MotoGP in 2020, saying it makes "no sense" to move the Spaniard away from World Superbikes.

Imola WSBK: Rea wins again after Davies error

Reigning World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea took his second victory in succession at Imola, taking advantage of an early error from Chaz Davies in the Superpole race.

Bautista: Imola first track to expose Ducati weaknesses

Alvaro Bautista says Imola is the first track on the World Superbike calendar to have shown the weaknesses of the Ducati V4 R, after his winning streak came to an end.

Imola WSBK: Davies beats Rea in disrupted qualifying

Chaz Davies ended Ducati teammate Alvaro Bautista's World Superbike pole streak in qualifying at Imola, which was disrupted by red flags on two separate occasions.

Ducati: We wouldn't have won any races without Bautista

Ducati sporting director Paolo Ciabatti admits that the Italian marque's new Panigale V4 R would not have won any races in World Superbike this year without Alvaro Bautista riding it.

Bautista's dominance a "disaster" for WSBK - Rea

Jonathan Rea believes that the dominance shown by Alvaro Bautista and Ducati World Superbike this season is a "disaster" for the championship.

Rea: No WSBK tracks where I can beat Bautista right now

Jonathan Rea admits there are no upcoming World Superbike tracks where Kawasaki can beat the dominant Alvaro Bautista, and feels Ducati is not its “full potential” yet.

Assen WSBK: Bautista wins again, Rea's P2 streak broken

Alvaro Bautista was victorious yet again in the final World Superbike race at Assen as Jonathan Rea's streak of second-place finishes was ended by local hero Michael van der Mark.

Assen WSBK: Bautista records 10th straight win

Alvaro Bautista kept his winning streak going in the postponed opening World Superbike race at Assen, where he took a lights-to-flag victory ahead of Jonathan Rea.

Assen WSBK: Bautista tops red-flagged qualifying, Rea 8th

Alvaro Bautista took a third consecutive pole position in World Superbike at Assen as a red flag ended qualifying prematurely and thwarted a number of his rivals.