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Honda will return to World Superbike in 2019 as a full factory entity, splitting with long-time partner squad Ten Kate in favour of a new alliance with the Moriwaki and Althea teams.
The World Superbike championship will not visit Laguna Seca in 2019, the Californian-based venue has announced.
The last race of the 2018 World Superbike season has been cancelled on safety grounds, as a result of a massive storm creating dangerous track conditions.
Xavi Fores claims Ducati World Superbike title sponsor Aruba.it has “played with my livelihood”, as it "insisted" his team Barni Racing replace him with Michael Ruben Rinaldi for the 2019 season.
Four-time World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea says he could “do better” than Cal Crutchlow in MotoGP if offered the chance, but insists he is not “jealous” of the LCR Honda rider.
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Jonathan Rea overcame illness to win the second World Superbike race at Villicum and become the first World Superbike rider in history to win 10 successive races in a single season.
Jonathan Rea eased to victory in the inaugural World Superbike race at Villicum to collect his ninth consecutive win and secure the manufacturers' title for Kawasaki.
Ducati rider Marco Melandri dominated qualifying to take the first-ever World Superbike pole position at Villicum by 0.440s from newly-crowned four-time champion Jonathan Rea.
World Superbike bosses have announced the series will run three races a weekend in 2019, while bringing back the double-race format on Sundays for the first time since 2015.
Ana Carrasco has told Motorsport.com she expects to remain in the World Supersport 300 championship in 2019 to defend her historic title.
Yonny Hernandez has been sacked by the Pedercini World Superbike team just weeks after penning a 2019 deal with the squad.
World Superbike rider Jordi Torres has been released from contract by his MV Agusta team in order to allow him “to fully focus on his MotoGP races”.
Newly-crowned four-time World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea says a mid-season test at Brno “transformed” his Kawasaki into a true title contender, after it had “survived” tough opening rounds.
Newly-crowned four-time World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea completed the double by winning the second Magny-Cours race after an early battle with Chaz Davies, Michael van der Mark and Marco Melandri.
Ana Carrasco has become the first ever female motorcycle road racing world champion, after clinching the World Supersport 300 title in a dramatic finale in France.
Jonathan Rea has won a record fourth successive World Superbike title after dominating the opening race at Magny-Cours ahead of Kawasaki teammate Tom Sykes.