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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.
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.
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.
Leon Camier says the Ten Kate Honda team "made massive progress" with the bike's electronics during the Donington Park World Superbike weekend and expects this to help him "a little bit everywhere".
Ten Kate Honda World Superbike stand-in Jason O'Halloran has been taken to hospital having suffered a fracture to his right leg in a crash during Race 1 at Imola.
The Honda Ten Kate World Superbike team has announced Jake Gagne as its second rider for the 2018 season.
Stefan Bradl says that racing in World Superbike is still “on the agenda” for him next season despite being linked to a MotoGP testing role with Honda.
The Honda World Superbike team has confirmed it will enter a sole bike in this weekend's Donington Park round for Stefan Bradl following the passing of Nicky Hayden.
The 2017 World Superbike season kicks off at Phillip Island this weekend, and all the changes from 2016 suggest the new campaign will be better than in recent years. David Gruz explains why.
The Honda Ten Kate World Superbike squad has officially launched its new Fireblade machine, which sports Red Bull backing for the new season.
Nicky Hayden has described his second test outing on the all-new Honda Fireblade as "pretty frustrating" after a number of teething issues compromised his running last weekend at Portimao.
Nicky Hayden says Honda has made good progress with its all-new Fireblade during this week's Jerez World Superbike test, but admitted his best time was not a fair representation of the bike's pace.
Nicky Hayden has described his first race victory in 10 years in the wet conditions of Sepang's second World Superbike race as "truly amazing".