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Torres lands 2019 WSBK ride with Pedercini

Avintia MotoGP stand-in Jordi Torres will rejoin the World Superbike championship in 2019 after signing a deal with the Pedercini Kawasaki squad.

Rabat rules out Valencia GP comeback

Injured Avintia Ducati rider Tito Rabat has ruled out contesting the MotoGP season finale in Valencia, and will instead focus on being fit for post-season testing.

Rabat hits the track ahead of Valencia return attempt

Tito Rabat has ridden a motorcycle for the first time since his leg-breaking Silverstone crash ahead of a planned MotoGP comeback in next weekend's Valencia season finale.

Sepang MotoGP race brought forward due to rain threat

The Malaysian motorcycle Grand Prix schedule for Sunday has been revised to counter the threat of rain, with the MotoGP race brought forward by two hours.

Torres released by MV Agusta "to fully focus on MotoGP"

World Superbike rider Jordi Torres has been released from contract by his MV Agusta team in order to allow him “to fully focus on his MotoGP races”.

MotoGP considers tightening 107 percent cut-off

MotoGP riders have discussed lowering the series' 107 percent participation cut-off in the aftermath of Christophe Ponsson's controversial debut at Misano.

Avintia picks Torres to replace injured Rabat at Aragon

World Superbike racer and sometime Moto2 race winner Jordi Torres will make his MotoGP debut next weekend at Aragon in place of the injured Tito Rabat.

Torres to join MV Agusta for 2018 WSBK season

MV Agusta has selected Jordi Torres as replacement for the Honda-bound Leon Camier for the 2018 World Superbike season.

Misano WSBK: Melandri scores first win since return

Ducati's Marco Melandri took his first win since returning to the World Superbike championship, overtaking Jordi Torres to triumph in the second Misano race.

The Hunt for Rea is on

Sykes and Davies still in with a fighting chance

WorldSBK is back on track at Lausitzring

The wait is over! WorldSBK is ready to rumble as the last four Rounds of the season get underway

WorldSBK: The Men Who Would Be King

The next race weekend is the Pirelli Aragón Round, with the old Kingdom of Aragón having staged the Ducati 1199 Panigale R’s first win

WorldSBK: Van Der Mark tops Thai Friday

Dutch Honda rider leads the sprint to Superpole in Buriram

Torres: I need to change my riding style for BMW switch

Althea Racing's new signing Jordi Torres has admitted to having difficulties with the team's BMW bike in the two-day test at Vallelunga.

Althea confirms BMW switch, signs Torres, Reiterberger

The Althea World Superbike team has confirmed a switch to BMW machinery from 2016, signing Jordi Torres and Markus Reiterberger as its two riders.

Qatar WSBK: Torres beats Rea to maiden win in fierce scrap

Jordi Torres came out on top of a thrilling final lap showdown with Jonathan Rea to clinch a maiden World Superbike win under the floodlights at Qatar.

Qatari floodlights to illuminate 2015 finale

The battle for second is on as WorldSBK returns to Doha.

All focus shifts to battle for second at Magny-Cours

With Rea already crowned World Champion, the series heads to France

Davies returns to winning ways in Race 2 at Jerez

Aprilia pair join Ducati winner on the podium as Rea and Sykes complete top 5.

Jerez WSBK: Davies coasts to crucial win in second race

Chaz Davies was victorious in the second World Superbike race at Jerez after passing Tom Sykes, his main rival for runner-up in the championship.

Jerez poised to crown a new Champion - video

Rea only needs a top 10 finish in Race 1 to clinch the title at the Pirelli Spanish Round.

Davies denies Rea's title celebrations with race two win

0.091s between the two riders at the flag as Torres equals personal best in third.

Tom Sykes claims Malaysian Superpole

Torres and Guintoli on front row, Rea to start from seventh place on the grid.