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Former MotoGP rider Hector Barbera had to skip his home round in the World Supersport championship after his Yamaha bike came up missing on race day.
Motorsport.com reveals who makes its top 10 in its first-ever countdown of the top motorcycle racers of the year.
For the first time, Motorsport.com's team of two-wheeled writers have compiled a list of the top motorcycle racers of the season. Read on to see who makes the grade.
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.
Indian-owned NRT team fell marginally short of winning the World Supersport title in its debut season after things fell against its favour in the final round in Qatar.
Former MotoGP rider Anthony West has been provisionally suspended over a potential doping violation, the FIM has announced.
Ex-MotoGP rider Hector Barbera will make his World Supersport debut at the Portuguese round in September with the Puccetti Kawasaki team, it has been announced.
India’s NRT squad has taken the World Supersport Championship by storm this year, winning three races in its debut season so far.
Ana Carrasco has become the first female in history to lead a motorcycle world championship, after taking a three-point lead with a dominant victory in the Supersport 300 race at Imola.
Indian-owned NRT team notched up a historic first World Supersport win in only its fourth race in the WSBK-supporting championship.
Ana Carrasco became the first-ever woman to win an individual world championship motorcycle race on Sunday when she took her maiden victory in the World Supersport 300 class at Portimao.