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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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Lowes believes Kawasaki were rightly declared the winners of the 2019 Suzuka Eight-Hours

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Rea, Haslam and Razgatlioglu are awarded the Suzuka Eight-Hours win after ‘common sense’ prevailed in Japan

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Haslam reveals he rode with a broken bone in his wrist during his victory in the Suzuka Eight-Hours

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Rea, Haslam and Razgatlioglu are the winners of the 2019 Suzuka Eight-Hours after a rules protest

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Kawasaki’s Rea goes down on oil in the last minutes of the 2019 Suzuka Eight-Hours, handing Yamaha the win

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Rea won’t want a repeat of the crash in last year’s Suzuka Eight-hours in 2019

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Yamaha will start the 2019 Suzuka Eight-Hours from pole as rain forces top ten trial cancellation

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Lowes suffers a crash in Q1 at the Suzuka Eight-Hours but was straight back out in Q2

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Yamaha have taken provisional pole for the 2019 Suzuka Eight-Hours but there is still the top ten shootout to come

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Times and results from Friday qualifying at the Suzuka Eight-Hours

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Rea and the Kawasaki team have wrapped up the final test ahead of this weekend’s Suzuka Eight-Hours

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Haslam, Rea and Razgatlioglu ride for Kawasaki in WorldSBkK and at Suzuka, but is the bike the same?

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Yamaha dip into the 2’06s laps on race tyres to lead the last day of Suzuka Eight-Hours pre-race testing

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Times and results from Thursday’s Suzuka Eight-Hours pre-race test

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