OUTGOING British Superbike star Sylvain Guintoli will be making his WSB debut at the Portimao this weekend.The Frenchman will ride the Alstare Suzuki GSX-R1000, despite recovering from surgery earlier in the week.Guintoli announced last week he
KAWASAKI World Superbike contender Chris Vermeulen has said there's some doubt over whether he will be fit enough to contest in the second round of the 2010 WSB championship, at Portimao, Portugal.The Australian tore ligaments in his knee after
KAWASAKI WORLD Superbike squad have confirmed Simon Andrews will replace injured Chris Vermeulen at this weekend's FIM Superbike World Championship races at Valencia.Aussie Vermeulen is still recovering from surgery to rectify knee injuries
WE'VE SEEN hundreds of crashes over the years in all forms of bikesport here at Visordown but we've never witnessed anything quite as bizarre as this!After low-siding his Ten Kate Honda in the early stages of Race One at Monza World Superbikes
NORIYUKI HAGA has admitted that he thought he was going to die during that huge crash he suffered at Donington Park.The Ducati Xerox rider broke his right arm and shattered his left shoulder blade in the 130mph fall, but is now almost sure of a return to the championship on July ...
JONATHAN REA says he knows he can win at Brno this coming weekend. The Ten Kate Honda rider has been in flying form recently and says that his performance at the recent Imola tests, where he ended up fastest at the end of the two days, have only spurred him on for Sunday.He said:...
LEON HASLAM has said that he will be staying in WSB for another season.The battling Brit admitted that he wants to stay with the Stiggy squad for 2010, saying: “I really enjoy riding for them and we’ve had some good results this season. I certainly
JOHN HOPKINS' condition after his horrific fall at the Nurburgring round of the WSB Championship on Sunday, when he was run over after tumbling off his Stiggy Honda, is said to have left the Anglo/American in excruciating pain.A statement from his
STRANGE THINGS are happening between Max Neukirchner and his Alstare Suzuki WSB team.The squad have just released a statement saying:"We were surprised to read, on his website, that Max Neukirchner will be able (and be allowed) to participate
celebrated his first birthday by going to see the doctor!" said the Kent-based rider, who will race for Althea Ducati in the 2010 WSB season.He continued, "I had been working really hard on training since I got the confirmation of the Althea Ducati ride
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