Latest news on Lewis Duncan
Ronald Ten Kate says Honda did not offer a “motivated” answer for why it split with the Dutch World Superbike team towards the end of last year.
Isle of Man TT organisers the ACU has announced a series of procedural changes for the 2019 event, following the inquiry into the rider/course car collision last year.
Jonathan Rea admits there are no upcoming World Superbike tracks where Kawasaki can beat the dominant Alvaro Bautista, and feels Ducati is not its “full potential” yet.
Alvaro Bautista has established himself as firm favourite for World Superbike title honours in his rookie season with his obliteration of the field in the first three rounds. But Lewis Duncan says the iconic 2002 season shows why Bautista and Ducati can't afford to get complacent.
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.
Dutch outfit Ten Kate has joined forces with Yamaha and ex-MotoGP rider Loris Baz for 2019, as it targets an speedy return to the World Superbike championship.
John McGuinness' return to Northern Ireland's North West 200 in 2019 has been plunged into doubt, after organisers ruled the Norton Superbike is ineligible for competition.
The Isle of Man TT’s fastest-ever rider Peter Hickman says he was always going to be on the “back foot” this year even without delays in getting the new BMW S1000RR.
John McGuinness says he wants to “get on the podium at least” with a Norton bike on his Isle of Man TT return, following a two-year absence through injury.
Ducati's Alvaro Bautista cleaned up on his debut World Superbike race weekend, but was it just a one-off or the start of a sustained challenge to Jonathan Rea and Kawasaki dominance?
Isle of Man TT winner James Hillier will contest this year's event with Bournemouth Kawasaki for an 11th-successive season.
Marco Melandri says the GRT Yamaha does not “respond well” to his riding style on corner entry, following a tough World Superbike test at Portimao.
Michael Dunlop will once again contest the Isle of Man TT’s Superbike events with the Tyco BMW team, despite the deaths of brother William and teammate Dan Kneen in competition over the last eight months.
Isle of Man TT winner Michael Dunlop paid an emotional tribute to late brother William during the latter's induction into Belfast Telegraph Sporting Awards Hall of Fame.
At number 16 in our countdown of the Top 20 Stories of 2018 is Ana Carrasco's historic World Supersport 300 title, which made her the world's first female bike racing world champion.
The Ten Kate World Superbike team, which ran Honda's official entry in the series, has been declared bankrupt and will cease its racing operation effective immediately.