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Laverty "trapped in a nightmare" after Thailand crash

Aprilia's Eugene Laverty says he was “trapped in a nightmare” in the aftermath of his horror crash in Thailand's World Superbike round, in which he was struck by Jordi Torres.

Laverty breaks pelvis in Buriram WSBK crash

Milwaukee Aprilia World Superbike rider Eugene Laverty has been diagnosed with a broken pelvis following his crash in Sunday's race in Thailand.

Buriram WSBK: Davies wins, both Kawasakis suffer

Chaz Davies took his first and Ducati's third win of the 2018 World Superbike season on Sunday at Buriram, as both Kawasaki riders endured a tough race.

Buriram WSBK: Rea cruises to first win of the season

Reigning World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea cruised to his 55th career win and his first of 2018 ahead of Xavi Fores in the opening race in Thailand.

Buriram WSBK: Rea takes pole by 0.003s

Jonathan Rea snatched World Superbike pole position from Kawasaki teammate Tom Sykes by just 0.003 seconds at Buriram, while Leon Camier put the Honda third.

Buriram WSBK: Rea edges Sykes in Friday practice

Jonathan Rea led a Kawasaki one-two in practice for the second round of the 2018 World Superbike Championship in Thailand, with teammate Tom Sykes 0.057 seconds adrift.