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World Superbike’s governing body the FIM says conditions ahead of Argentina race one did not warrant its cancellation in a statement on the partial boycotting of Saturday’s contest.
Reigning world champion Jonathan Rea eased to his 13th win of the 2019 World Superbike season, after beating Alvaro Bautista in the Superpole race at Villicum.
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.
Alvaro Bautista grabbed his fourth World Superbike pole of the season after topping a bizarre Superpole session in Argentina.
Alvaro Bautista led newly-crowned five-time World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea in the opening day of practice for the penultimate round of 2019 in Argentina.
MotoGP promoter Dorna Sports has confirmed a five-year deal has been signed with the new Rio Motorpark to bring the series back to Brazil for the first time since 2004 in 2022.
Newly-crowned six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez has compared Fabio Quartararo’s riding style to that of triple world champion Jorge Lorenzo “when he was at the best level at Yamaha”.
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.
Fabio Quartararo says his last-corner MotoGP defeat to Marc Marquez in the Thailand Grand Prix was more "frustrating" than when he was beaten on the last lap at Misano.
Luca Marini eased to his first Moto2 win of the season in the Thailand Grand Prix, as Alex Marquez extended his championship lead despite missing the podium in fifth.
Marc Marquez knew there was a “big chance” he would crash as he was braking for Turn 5 during MotoGP's Q2 at Buriram, but still opted against backing off.
Cal Crutchlow says the current Honda’s performance on out-laps is “embarrassing”, and believes this played a part in Marc Marquez’s MotoGP Thailand Grand Prix FP1 crash.
Jorge Lorenzo says he will likely have to "sacrifice" front stability with his Honda to improve tyre life for the MotoGP Thailand Grand Prix, after struggling with this at Aragon.
Cal Crutchlow believes Honda MotoGP team boss Alberto Puig’s outspoken nature is an attempt to “force our hand” and “make us react” to what Marc Marquez is doing.
Newly-crowned five-time World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea has revealed that pre-season talk of Ducati's new bike being a 'Kawasaki killer' spurred him on throughout the 2019 campaign.
Jonathan Rea is the 2019 World Superbike champion, after taking victory in the second feature race in France while main title rival Alvaro Bautista crashed early on.