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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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Toprak Razgatlioglu’s manager Kenan Sofuoglu has claimed that MotoGP teams have shown an interest

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Kawasaki WorldSBK newboy Alex Lowes leads the championship after one round and has the hardest task in the series - beating the five-time champion on his own bike

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Donington Park chiefs are expecting to make a decision to whether the planned July WorldSBK round will go ahead in a few days

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Barni Ducati star Leon Camier lifts the lid on his time in the WorldSBK series, chatting about his time with Aprila, Honda and the toll a long injury takes

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BMW’s WorldSBK boss Shaun Muir talks about the future for the team and how they have been tasked to win the championship

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Dorna bosses have agreed a minimum target of seven WorldSBK events in 2020 and will likely enforce the same rules that are to be applied in MotoGP

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Ducati’s Danilo Petrucci has admitted that after his MotoGP career is over he is thinking about re-joining the WorldSBK paddock

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Loris Baz has been in a factory WorldSBK team before and says his current Ten Kate outfit, although actually private, feels like a works squad.

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Two decades ago, Honda realised that it needed a V-twin to beat Ducati’s V-twins. The SP1 was born

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BT Sport’s Gavin Emmett and WorldSBK champion Neil Hodgson with the latest episode of their Gas It Out podcast featuring twice WorldSBK champ and MotoGP star James Toseland

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Works Kawasaki WorldSBK boss Guim Roda is certain that Alex Lowes’ time for big wins will come and the team are in the process of learning what he needs to make it happen.

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Go behind the scenes of Jonathan Rea’s first WorldSBK title win

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Former MotoGP rider and now pitlane reporter Simon Crafar discusses best races with twice WorldSBK champion James Toseland.

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BT Sport’s Gavin Emmett and WorldSBK champion Neil Hodgson with the latest episode of their Gas It Out podcast featuring five-time WorldSBK champ Jonathan Rea.

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