World Superbikes

Latest WSBK News: Bikesport News full coverage latest news, views, results, reports and gossip from the Eni World Superbike Championship. WSBK is the premier production motorcycle racing World Championship; a 14 round, 28-race series visiting 12 countries, four continents and with pan-global television coverage. Ten nationalities of the world’s most skilled riders line a grid armed with cutting-edge Superbike technology from: Kawasaki, Honda, Suzuki, Aprilia, BMW and Ducati at iconic tracks like Phillip Island, Laguna Seca and Imola.

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Sykes pushed Rea right to the line by can’t stop champion registering his 13th double WorldSBK win

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Sofuoglu gets his 2017 WorldSSP title challenge off to a start with a win at the Assen WorldSBK round

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Times and results from Sunday’s WorldSBK, WorldSSP, STK1000 and SSP300 races at Assen

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Rea and Davies scrap it out for the first WorldSBK race win at Assen before the Ducati man broke down on the last lap

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Rea is pushed back to row two by race direction at Assen after clashing with Chaz Davies

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Sofuoglu is on fire and holds a seven-tenth advantage after WorldSSP Superpole two at Assen

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Rea goes nine-tenths under the Assen WorldSBK but ends up in a row with title rival Chaz Davies

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Practice, qualifying and race times and results for the WorldSBK, WorldSSP, STK1000 and SSP300 classes at Assen

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Davies’ Panigale is like a ‘wild bull’ in some parts of the Assen track

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Camier has a spanky new swinger to try at Assen but the team is debating whether to do it ahead of WorldSBK Superpole

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Rea leads the Friday WorldSBK times as Assen while Savadori and Laverty turn around a tough morning

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Kawasaki’s Sykes, who was in hospital earlier this week, sets the WorldSBK pace in first practice at Assen

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Times and results from Friday’s WorldSBK, WorldSSP, STK1000 and SSP300 practice sessions at Assen

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Sykes has been in hospital for treatment ahead of this weekend’s Assen WorldSBK round

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