TROY BAYLISS appears to have an addiction to racing and is struggling to acclimatise to his new life of a retiree, as the Australian had hoped to wildcard at the first two rounds of the World Superbike championship.However, the three-time WSB
Leading race one at Donington, coming out of Coppice at over 100mph, his Ducati slewed sideways and spat him unceremoniously onto the tarmac.The next shot, of Troy in the gravel clutching his nuts, left no doubt as to what had broken his fall. Ouch. Then when a kid in the crowd a...
Troy Bayliss might not be in the limelight these days, but the ex-World Superbike champ has been busy down under testing Aussie V8s for the Jack Daniel's Racing Holden team.Bayliss has made it quite clear that he wants to race V8s as the next stage
I first met Troy Bayliss during a pre-season BSB press conference in 1998. I remember a look of determination in his eyes but he also seemed to be an all round decent bloke. The next time I saw him was at the first race of the year at Brands Hatch
NOT content with the legendary status he created in World Superbikes and retirement Troy Bayliss has revealed he has the urge to return to racing.Retiring as a champion in 2008, recently Bayliss has been tasked with the development and testing
Click above to see Brno Superpole highlightsAUSTRALIAN HARDMAN Troy Bayliss had a sensational weekend at Brno, winning both of Sunday's Superbike races.The Aussie took the race one win ahead of fellow countryman Troy Corser, with Ducati's Michel
One of the all-time greatest WSB races. Check out this video of Troy Bayliss and Colid Edwards going head to head at Imola but only after they've fended off hard-charging Neil Hodgson, Ruben Xaus and Nori Haga..
WE'VE HEARD many reports flying around this morning that Valentino Rossi has agreed to a one-off appearance in next year's WSB series - and he's going to take on Troy Bayliss!According to our friends at Spanish mag Solomoto, the duel is set to take
PLEASE WELCOME TROY BAYLISS, THE 2006 WORLD SUPERBIKE CHAMPION. TROY, HOW ABOUT IMOLA?''Hello guys, you've all seen what happened today, I'm really happy with the way it went I'm happy for Ducati, all their guests, sponsors, everybody who had
DUCATI’S ailing MotoGP assault looks set to call in the big guns to try and get the red bike’s development back on course – and it appears that the Italian bosses have already spoken to Troy Bayliss and Max Biaggi for help. Livio Suppo, Sporting
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