Laguna Seca (2019)
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Chaz Davies says his maiden win aboard the new V4 R Ducati in the US World Superbike round is a “huge weight off my shoulders”, having gone 15 months without a victory.
Ducati World Superbike rider Alvaro Bautista says he had to pull out of the final race at Laguna Seca due to not having enough strength in the arm he injured in the Superpole race.
Chaz Davies dominated the final World Superbike race at Laguna Seca to secure his first win in over a year, while Ducati's team-mate Alvaro Bautista retired with a bike issue.
Jonathan Rea eased to his 80th career World Superbike win in a red-flagged Superpole race at Laguna Seca, while Alvaro Bautista crashed for the second time this weekend.
Ducati World Superbike rider Alvaro Bautista says he feels like the luck he enjoyed at the start of the campaign has "disappeared" following his latest crash at Laguna Seca.
Jonathan Rea extended his World Superbike Championship lead to 49 points with victory in race one at Laguna Seca, after Alvaro Bautista crashed again.
Jonathan Rea pipped Chaz Davies to his first World Superbike pole position at Laguna Seca by 0.009 seconds in a qualifying session interrupted by an early red flag.
MotoAmerica frontrunner JD Beach will make his World Superbike debut in this weekend's Laguna Seca round riding a Yamaha R1.