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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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Aruba Ducati’s Scott Redding headed the opening day of WorldBK testing at Misano while five-time and reigning champion Jonathan Rea suffered a heavy crash

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Britain’s Leon Camier will be return to WorldSBK action tomorrow for a two-day test at Misano

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WorldSBK bosses have this morning unveiled a confirmed nine-round 2020 calendar with provision for three races currently on the postponed list

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World Supersport will move to a two-race format when the WorldSBK season gets going at Jerez in early August

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Reigning and five-time WorldSBK king Jonathan Rea will remain with Kawasaki after signing a multi-year deal

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Factory Honda WorldSBK star Alvaro Bautista believes it is ‘a question of time’ before he is able to lift the championship title

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BMW WorldSBK rider Eugene Laverty chats about the finesse of electronics, two big crashes, being a factory rider and burying Pippa under the patio

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WorldSBK star Chaz Davies is yet to open serious negotiations with Ducati for the 2021 season but is hopeful he will get another crack at the Panigale V4R

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Yamaha has been forced to cancel the inaugural European Blu Cru R3 Cup due to coronavirus issues

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Two-time WorldSBK Champion James Toseland has backed reigning BSB king Scott Redding to push Jonathan Rea for this year’s title

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WorldSBK king Jonathan Rea talks contracts, retirement, short seasons and six championships

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Donington and Assen’s WorldSBK rounds have been postponed due to coronavirus restrictions as plans are laid for races behind closed doors

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Britain’s Alex Lowes will remain with the works Kawasaki WorldSBK squad until the end of 2021 after signing a contract extension

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Reigning WorldSSP Champion Randy Krummenacher stood in for Leon Camier at a Misano WorldSBK test

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