Eugene Laverty1986-06-03 (age 33)
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Chaz Davies has accused the FIM of knowingly approving the El Villicum World Superbike circuit in Argentina knowing it “didn’t come up to homologation spec”.
Eugene Laverty says Jonathan Rea’s decision to take part in Saturday’s World Superbike race in Argentina was “spineless”, after he initially stood for the boycott being organised over dangerous track conditions.
Eugene Laverty has been declared unfit to continue his home World Superbike round at Donington Park this weekend, having taken part in practice on Friday.
World Superbike rider Eugene Laverty aims to return to racing at Misano in a month's time, following surgeries on both of his wrists after his Imola crash.
Eugene Laverty has been taken to hospital after a heavy crash in the opening practice session for this weekend's Imola World Superbike round.
Eugene Laverty believes his riding was “very comparable” to dominant Ducati stablemate Alvaro Bautista in the Aragon World Superbike round, despite riding a down-on-power customer V4 R.
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.
Eugene Laverty demolished the Portimao lap record to claim Aprilia's first World Superbike pole since 2015 by 0.060 seconds from Jonathan Rea.
Milwaukee World Superbike boss Shaun Muir says he would like his squad "to be considered" for factory tie-ups with BMW and Suzuki in 2019.
Lorenzo Savadori led Aprilia teammate Eugene Laverty on a rain-hit free practice Friday for the Misano World Superbike round.
Aprilia's Eugene Laverty says he was “trapped in a nightmare” in the aftermath of his horror crash in Thailand's World Superbike round, in which he was struck by Jordi Torres.
Ducati rider Chaz Davies took a dominant second win of his World Superbikes campaign in a Saturday Imola race curtailed by a huge shunt for Eugene Laverty.
The 2017 World Superbike season kicks off at Phillip Island this weekend, and all the changes from 2016 suggest the new campaign will be better than in recent years. David Gruz explains why.
Aprilia has announced Shaun Muir Racing will serve as its factory team in the next two seasons in World Superbikes, with Lorenzo Savadori signed alongside Eugene Laverty for 2017.
Eugene Laverty may be on his way out of MotoGP at the end of this season, as he rejoins World Superbikes in 2017, but his determination to succeed is as high as ever.
Eugene Laverty feels robbed of a shot at taking pole position for the British Grand Prix at a wet Silverstone by an underinflated rear tyre that caused his crash.
After a two-year MotoGP stint, Eugene Laverty will return to the World Superbike championship in 2017.
Eugene Laverty has admitted he is "strongly considering" a move back to World Superbikes in 2017, especially if Aprilia returns to the series as a works team.