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Rea: Kawasaki in the right at Suzuka
Davies responds to "timid" Bautista
Lowes linked with Kawasaki move
Bautista "destroyed" after victory
Bautista ends losing WSBK streak

Jonathan Rea says he stands by Kawasaki's decision to bench Toprak Razgatlioglu during the Suzuka 8 Hours, even though this pushed the Turkish rider into severing ties with the marque.

Chaz Davies believes Ducati World Superbike teammate Alvaro Bautista overreacted to their Turn 1 clash in the opening race last weekend at Portimao, describing the Spaniard as "timid".

Alex Lowes has been linked to a factory Kawasaki World Superbike seat for 2020 in place of Leon Haslam, having lost his ride with the Crescent-run works Yamaha team.

Alvaro Bautista admits he was “destroyed” after securing his World Superbike race two win in Portugal as he battled through an ongoing shoulder injury.

Alvaro Bautista resisted a late charge from Jonathan Rea to claim his first World Superbike victory since June’s Misano round in the second feature race in Portimao.

Rea defends Kawasaki after Razgatlioglu controversy

Jonathan Rea says he stands by Kawasaki's decision to bench Toprak Razgatlioglu during the Suzuka 8 Hours, even though this pushed the Turkish rider into severing ties with the marque.

Davies: "Timid" Bautista overreacted to Portugal run-in

Chaz Davies believes Ducati World Superbike teammate Alvaro Bautista overreacted to their Turn 1 clash in the opening race last weekend at Portimao, describing the Spaniard as "timid".

Lowes linked with Kawasaki switch for 2020

Alex Lowes has been linked to a factory Kawasaki World Superbike seat for 2020 in place of Leon Haslam, having lost his ride with the Crescent-run works Yamaha team.

Bautista left feeling “destroyed” after Portimao win

Alvaro Bautista admits he was “destroyed” after securing his World Superbike race two win in Portugal as he battled through an ongoing shoulder injury.

Portimao WSBK: Bautista beats Rea to end losing streak

Alvaro Bautista resisted a late charge from Jonathan Rea to claim his first World Superbike victory since June’s Misano round in the second feature race in Portimao.

Portimao WSBK: Rea wins Superpole race from Bautista

Jonathan Rea eased to his second win of the Portimao World Superbike weekend, while Alvaro Bautista recovered from a poor start to claim second in the Superpole race.

Bautista "lucky" not to crash after Davies lunge

Alvaro Bautista quipped he doesn’t “need enemies” with a teammate like Chaz Davies, after the erstwhile World Superbike points leader was forced off line at the start of Sunday's Portimao opener by Davies.

Portimao WSBK: Rea wins, more drama for Bautista

Jonathan Rea extended his World Superbike Championship points lead with a dominant race one victory at Portimao, while Alvaro Bautista was forced into a recovery ride after early contact with Chaz Davies.

Portimao WSBK: Rea grabs pole, Bautista sixth

Jonathan Rea smashed the Portimao lap record to take pole position for this afternoon’s opening Portugal World Superbike race, with title rival Alvaro Bautista sixth.

BMW takes up Sykes option for 2020 WSBK season

Tom Sykes will remain with the factory BMW World Superbike team next season after the Shaun Muir Racing-run outfit elected to activate its option on the 2013 champion.

Bautista denies he left Ducati over money

Alvaro Bautista says his decision to leave the Ducati World Superbike team at the end of the season was not motivated by money, as suggested by team boss Paolo Ciabatti.

Portimao WSBK: Rea quickest in Friday practice

Kawasaki rider Jonathan Rea topped Friday practice for the World Superbike championship's Portimao round ahead of Alvaro Bautista, as the series returned to action after the summer break.

Yamaha splitting with Lowes "weird" - van der Mark

Michael van der Mark has described teammate Alex Lowes' impending split with the factory Yamaha World Superbike outfit as "a bit weird".

Why Bautista’s fight against Rea is already lost

After a dream start to his World Superbike career turned into a disaster on the run up to the summer break, a shoulder injury and a run of strong tracks for Kawasaki rival Jonathan Rea means Alvaro Bautista’s title hopes look remote even before action resumes this weekend in Portugal.

Espargaro: No temptation to follow Bautista to WSBK

Aprilia's Aleix Espargaro has suggested he will see out his career in MotoGP, and says he is not pondering a World Superbike switch despite the success of former grand prix rival Alvaro Bautista.

Takahashi fills in for injured Camier at Portimao

Current All-Japan Superbike leader Takumi Takahashi will join Honda for the upcoming World Superbike round at Portimao as the injured Leon Camier remains on the sidelines.

Redding joins Ducati's World Superbike line-up

Former MotoGP rider Scott Redding will join the factory Ducati team in the World Superbike series in 2020, the outfit has announced.

Ducati confirms Bautista split, set to sign Redding

Ducati boss Paolo Ciabatti has confirmed Alvaro Bautista will leave its World Superbike team at the end of the year, and is set to sign ex-MotoGP rider Scott Redding to replace him.

Laverty joins BMW World Superbike squad for 2020

Current Go Eleven Ducati World Superbike rider Eugene Laverty will return to Shaun Muir Racing in 2020 aboard a works BMW, replacing Markus Reiterberger.

Ducati admits chances of keeping Bautista now minimal

The chances that Alvaro Bautista will remain part of the Ducati World Superbike team past this year have been “reduced to a flicker”, according to the Italian manufacturer’s sporting director Paolo Ciabatti.