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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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Barni Ducati’s Leon Camier says his badly-mangled shoulder is now ‘structurally sound’ and he is anticipating a full recovery

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Double world champion Sandro Cortese believes there is huge potential in the WorldSBK customer-spec Pedercini Kawasaki

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French WorldSBK star Loris Baz believes the combination of himself, Yamaha and the Tan Kate team can win races

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Assen’s WorldSBK round, a favourite with British fans, has been postponed until August due to the coronavirus outbreak

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Britain’s Alex Lowes is taking some time to evaluate his performance at the Phillip Island WorldSBK round

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HRC WorldSBK contender Alvaro Bautista doesn’t have a lot to do at the moment as coronavirus has curtailed the season

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HRC WorldSBK contender Leon Haslam doesn’t have a lot to do at the moment as coronavirus has curtailed the season, so we asked him what he is doing to kill the time

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WorldSBK has space in its old mid-season schedule to accommodate 2020 races that are yet to be postponed…

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Phillip Island saw the new kids on the WorldSBK block stand-out, with plenty of talking points for the five rookies in the blue riband class for 2020

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BMW WorldSBK team boss Shaun Muir is looking for clarification on the testing regulations

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Updated MotoGP and WorldSBK calendars for the 2020 season

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WorldSBK Jerez will now run in October

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Ex-MotoGP star Redding has proved he can run at the front of WorldSBK with three podiums in his first three races

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Reigning and five-time WorldSBK king Jonathan Rea has heaped serious praise on new team-mate Alex Lowes after his victory at Phillip Island

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