Lorenza D'Adderio
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Lorenza D'Adderio

Lorenza D'Adderio has been writing about motorsports since she was 19 years old. She started as a translator on an international blog and combined her passion for motorsports with her passion for languages, which were part of her academic studies. In addition to motorsports, she wrote for a figure skating sports site, covering the 2014 Winter Olympics in Soci. In March 2018, she joined the Motorsport Network as a translator in a collaboration with Dorna for the 2018 World Superbike and MotoGP seasons. Starting in 2019, she is entirely in charge of World Superbike for the Italian edition of Motorsport.com.

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Redding must "forget" podium target for Barcelona

Scott Redding says he must "forget" about trying to finish on the podium in this weekend's Barcelona World Superbike round as he feels the circuit layout is poorly suited to his BMW M1000RR.

Razgatlioglu: I won’t use #1 again even if I defend title

Toprak Razgatlioglu says he will not use the #1 plate again in World Superbike next year even if he successfully defends his title this year.

Bautista: Rea intentionally hit me, deserved black flag

Ducati’s Alvaro Bautista has accused title rival Jonathan Rea of deliberately crashing into him in Sunday’s World Superbike race at Magny-Cours and feels the Kawasaki rider should have received a black flag for his actions.

Razgatlioglu: First win of 2022 "incredible" but Ducati too quick

Yamaha’s Toprak Razgatlioglu has described his first victory of the 2022 World Superbike season in the Misano Superpole race as “incredible”, but felt that Ducati was otherwise too quick over the weekend.

Bautista prepared for 'his turn to suffer' amid purple patch in WSBK

Ducati rider Alvaro Bautista says he is aware that his early run of success in the 2022 World Superbike season will eventually end and that he must be prepared for his "turn to suffer".

Petrucci to join WSBK test ahead of likely MotoAmerica move

Danilo Petrucci is set to join Ducati for a pre-season World Superbike test at Portimao next month as he gets set for a potential move to MotoAmerica.

Pedercini reveals Sykes talks about 2022 WSBK ride
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Pedercini reveals Sykes talks about 2022 WSBK ride

Lucio Pedercini has revealed he has been in touch with BMW outcast Tom Sykes regarding a ride for the 2022 World Superbike season with his eponymous Kawasaki satellite team.

Rea 'has to accept' winless Misano WSBK weekend Misano
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Rea 'has to accept' winless Misano WSBK weekend

Kawasaki World Superbike star Jonathan Rea has conceded that he didn’t have the pace to fight for victory in Misano, describing the weekend as “damage limitation."

Rinaldi: Misano WSBK wins silence critics who 'bashed me'

Michael Ruben Rinaldi feels his double win at Misano will serve to silence those critics who were “bashing” him following a lacklustre start to his first World Superbike season with Ducati.

Alstare name returns to World Superbike grid

The Alstare name will return to World Superbike for the 2021 season as part of a new tie-up between Francis Batta's team and the Gil Motorsport Yamaha squad.

“Angry” Dovizioso opens up over his Ducati MotoGP exit

Andrea Dovizioso has laid the blame for his exit from the factory Ducati MotoGP team after eight years on a fractured relationship with its general manager Gigi Dall’Igna.

Davies ill-suited to Ducati V4, says Melandri

Chaz Davies' tall stature and naturally aggressive riding style make him a poor fit with Ducati's Panigale V4 R World Superbike contender, believes former teammate Marco Melandri.

Redding plans to study Rea in first WSBK races

Ducati rider Scott Redding says he plans to study World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea during his first races in the category.

Redding: Bautista cost himself 2019 WSBK crown

Scott Redding says that his Ducati predecessor Alvaro Bautista's failure to take the World Superbike title last year was primarily down to the Spanish rider himself.

Melandri hit with six-place grid penalty for Davies clash

Marco Melandri has been given a six-place grid penalty for the opening World Superbike race at Misano for making contact with Chaz Davies in the final Jerez race.