World Superbike News and Analysis
Honda has taken covers off the bike with which it will return to World Superbike as a factory entrant for the first time in nearly two decades.
Marco Melandri says the GRT Yamaha does not “respond well” to his riding style on corner entry, following a tough World Superbike test at Portimao.
Yamaha rider Alex Lowes kicked off 2019 World Superbike pre-season testing by topping the opening day as he led Jonathan Rea by eight thousandths of a second at Jerez.
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Motorcycle road racing's first-ever female world champion Ana Carrasco will join forces with ace Superbike squad Provec Racing to defend her Supersport 300 title in 2018.
Motorsport.com reveals who makes its top 10 in its first-ever countdown of the top motorcycle racers of the year.
For the first time, Motorsport.com's team of two-wheeled writers have compiled a list of the top motorcycle racers of the season. Read on to see who makes the grade.
MotoGP convert Alvaro Bautista is the only rider who can hope to beat Jonathan Rea in World Superbike next season, believes four-time series champion Carl Fogarty.
Laguna Seca has been added to the 2019 World Superbike schedule despite previously announcing it would not host the championship next season.
Yamaha rider Michael van der Mark says he worked to make Lewis Hamilton “go a bit slower” during their Superbike track test, as the Briton's speed on the bike had caused concern.
Yamaha MotoGP team boss Lin Jarvis says that Kawasaki's "dominant" involvement in World Superbike has had a negative impact on the production-based series.