Leon Haslam1983-05-31 (age 38)
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Honda has revealed the 2021-spec Honda CBR1000RR-R with which it will fight for World Superbike championship honours this year.
Leon Haslam will remain at the factory Honda World Superbike team for the 2021 season after being handed a fresh contract extension.
Leon Haslam has suggested his future within the Honda World Superbike stable hinges on what form the championship takes next year.
Honda has a "really big margin" to improve following the first World Superbike race weekend for the Japanese marque's factory team and its CBR1000RR-R bike, believes Alvaro Bautista.
Leon Haslam says it was a "long process" becoming a Honda works rider in World Superbike after being unveiled as the Japanese marque's second rider for 2020 this week.
Kawasaki has announced Leon Haslam will be leaving its factory team at the end of the 2019 World Superbike season, clearing the way for Alex Lowes to take his place.
Kawasaki duo Leon Haslam and Jonathan Rea have described their “rollercoaster of emotions” in the Suzuka 8 Hours, as they went from losing the race on the last lap to being declared eventual winners.
Jonathan Rea passed Honda’s Stefan Bradl on-track to put Kawasaki in the lead of the Suzuka 8 Hours at the halfway point of the race.
Jonathan Rea eased to victory in a wet World Superbike race one at Donington Park to take the championship lead for the first time in 2019, after Alvaro Bautista crashed out.
Kawasaki World Superbike rider Leon Haslam has admitted he is suffering similar issues to his predecessor Tom Sykes this season with braking.
Ducati rider Alvaro Bautista made it three wins out of three on his debut World Superbike race weekend at Phillip Island.
Three-time World Superbikes champion Jonathan Rea broke the Suzuka 8 Hours lap record to put Kawasaki on provisional pole for the 41st running of the Japanese endurance classic.
Leon Haslam will make a one-off comeback to the World Superbike championship in the season finale at Qatar, joining the Pedercini Kawasaki team.
Yamaha clinched its sixth victory as a manufacturer at the Suzuka 8 Hours, with the #21 crew of Pol Espargaro, Alex Lowes and Katsuaki Nakasuga taking the top honours on Sunday.
The annual Suzuka 8 Hours endurance race takes place this Sunday, with 2006 MotoGP champion Nicky Hayden and Tech 3 Yamaha rider Pol Espargaro headlining the entry for the prestigious event.
Leon Haslam will not return to the World Superbikes series in 2016, instead opting to make a switch to the British championship.
Leon Haslam says he is open to taking a sabbatical in 2016 as uncertainty continues to surround Aprilia’s future involvement in World Superbikes.
Leon Haslam took his second victory of the 2015 World Superbikes season, passing Chaz Davies in the final corner to sweep the Losail round for Aprilia.
With Rea already crowned World Champion, the series heads to France
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.
Sepang International Circuit stages the Pirelli Malaysian Round.
Legendary Laguna Seca hosts ninth event of 2015 season.
Davide Giugliano misses out narrowly on maiden victory as Leon Haslam takes final place on the podium.
Great anticipation for the PATA Riviera di Rimini Round.
Giugliano and Haslam in the top-3 as Sykes slips down to eighth place.
The Autodromo Internacional do Algarve to host another battle for supremacy.
Lap Record tumble as the Briton dominates. Rea and Davies to complete the podium.
Current top-5 WorldSBK riders anticipate the round ahead.
Same top-3 as first race with Davies in second place.
Davies finishes second with Haslam and Sykes in forth and fifth, respectively.
Times improve at Motorland Aragon as WorldSBK riders get up to speed.
Haslam and Lowes complete the podium, Torres ahead of Sykes in fourth.
The 24-year-old Englishman was the first rider to break the 1’35 barrier to record a 1’34.685s lap time.