World Superbike Standings after Round 3: Valencia1. Noriyuki Haga Ducati 1098R 135 2. Ben Spies Yamaha YZF R1 95 3. Max Neukirchner Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 65 4. Michel Fabrizio Ducati 1098R 60 5. Leon Haslam Honda CBR1000RR 58 6. Regis Laconi Ducati
Traditional paddock stands are not called ‘stands’ for nothing. Every bike owner that’s used one knows how difficult and frustrating it can be trying to work on, move or store the bike once it’s on a typical stand.The unique 4 wheeled design
MAX Biaggi extended his lead in the championship standings at Aragon, as Marco Melandri jumped to second following the troubles of Jonathan Rea.The Italian leaves Spain with a comfortable lead of 48 points ahead of Melandri.1. Max Biaggi Aprilia 248
Updated championship table following the sixth round at Kyalami, South Africa.1. Noriyuki Haga Ducati Xerox 250 points2. Michel Fabrizio Ducati Xerox 1653. Ben Spies Yamaha WSB 1624. Leon Haslam Stiggy Honda 1165. Jonathan Rea Ten Kate Honda 1066. Max Biaggi Aprilia 1037. Tom Syk...
. Joshua Waters Suzuki 823. Matteo Baiocco Ducati 424. Alessandro Polita Ducati 325. Barry Veneman BMW 326. James Toseland BMW 327. Viktor Kispataki Honda 128. Alex Lowes Honda 129. Fabrizio Lai Honda 130. Bryan Staring Kawasaki 1Manufacturer standings
World Superbike (WSB) Rider's Championship Standings after Round 4, Assen: Pos Rider Team Bike Points 1. Noriyuki Haga Ducati Xerox Team Ducati 1098R 180 2. Ben Spies Yamaha World Superbike Yamaha YZF R1
Kispataki Honda 130. Alex Lowes Honda 131. Fabrizio Lai Honda 1 32. Bryan Staring Kawasaki 1Manufacturer standings1. Ducati 4002. Yamaha 3513. Aprilia 3364. BMW 2145. Kawasaki 1716. Suzuki 1587. Honda 132
Shane BYRNE (Honda) 172John HOPKINS (Suzuki) 141Tommy HILL (Yamaha) 120Michael LAVERTY (Yamaha) 95Stuart EASTON (Kawasaki) 89Ryuichi KIYONARI (Honda) 84Peter HICKMAN (Honda) 79Jon KIRKHAM (Suzuki) 74Michael RUTTER (Ducati) 69Gary MASON (Kawasaki) 69Loris BAZ (Yamaha) 63Josh BROOK...
DUCATI and Carlos Checa maintained the top positions of the championship standings despite the Spaniard taking his worst finishes of the season at Monza.Marco Melandri moved up a spot to second after two podiums places at the Italian track as Max
HERE are the British Superbike Championship standings after the two-race season opener at a scorching hot Brands Hatch.Tommy Hill and Shane Byrne took a win each. Tommy Bridewell took a third place in race one, while Stuart Easton's fourth and sixth
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