Davide Giugliano1989-10-28 (age 31)
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Davide Giugliano will return to the World Superbike Championship at next week's Aragon round in place of the injured Eugene Laverty at Milwaukee Aprilia.
Davide Giugliano will exit the World Superbike championship in 2017, joining the Tyco-branded TAS Racing BMW squad in British Superbikes.
Davide Giugliano is 15th, hindered by right-shoulder issues
Davide Giugliano has revealed joining Puccetti Racing's planned new World Superbike outfit would be his preferred option for 2017.
Both Chaz Davies and Davide Giugliano unfortunately crashed out while fighting for the podium
Ducati rider Chaz Davies owned the timesheets on Day 1 at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
Pole-sitter Tom Sykes recovered from a sluggish opening lap to win the first World Superbike race at Donington Park, as early leader Chaz Davies fell twice.
Chaz Davies 5th despite a technical problem
Fifth place for Davide Giugliano
After taking the lead in the morning, Davies confirmed his competitiveness during FP2
At the end of Round 03, Davies and Giugliano are respectively in second (105 points) and fifth (56 points) place in the championship
The Italian rider Davide Giugliano took third place.
Ducati rider Chaz Davies has stated he was not particularly disheartened by his crash in Sunday's Race 2 at Phillip Island.
Davide Giugliano misses the podium by only six tenths of a second
Kawasaki rider Tom Sykes has secured the first World Superbike pole of the season in a close qualifying shootout at Phillip Island.
Both Chaz Davies and Davide Giugliano completed their respective programs, posting encouraging lap times.
Chaz Davies, Davide Giugliano and the Aruba.it Racing - Ducati Superbike Team together again in 2016
The Aruba.it Racing - Ducati Superbike Team confirms the agreement made with both of its current riders, Chaz Davies and Davide Giugliano, for the 2016 season.
Further radiology tests reveal that Davide Giugliano has fractured the D3 vertebra
Sykes edges out Rea for second place as Giugliano and Torres complete top 5
Davide Giugliano misses out narrowly on maiden victory as Leon Haslam takes final place on the podium.
Eight tenths cover the top 12 riders after second free practice session.
Giugliano and Haslam in the top-3 as Sykes slips down to eighth place.
Jonathan Rea missed out the fastest time of the day by just 0.058s.
The Autodromo Internacional do Algarve to host another battle for supremacy.
Times improve at Motorland Aragon as WorldSBK riders get up to speed.
With almost perfect weather conditions the 25 protagonists relished the opportunity to fine tune their machines.
The first ever WSBK race to be held under floodlights has been won by Sylvain Guintoli.
The second time this year for Davide Giugliano as pole sitter.
Ducati is in fourth position in the manufacturers’ standings.
Because of the weather, the race distance was reduced to 19 laps.
The two Ducati Superbike men quickly got to work setting up their 1199 Panigale bikes.
Tom Sykes is looking to return to his previous winning form.