of the competition with a single tyre supplier and having consulted riders and their teams, as well as tyre manufacturers, has elected to switch to a single brand for both the Superbike and Supersport classes next year. The two main contenders for the contract
Hodgson...signed with Honda for 2008FORMER WORLD Superbike champion, Neil Hodgson, is set to make a return to the AMA Superbike series next year racing a CBR1000RR Fireblade for Honda.Neil will be joined by veteran ace, Miguel Duhamel, who
BRITISH SUPERBIKE team Airwaves Ducati may be heading for the World Superbike series in 2008. Sources say, team manager Colin Wright will announce a decision by the end of the week. Wright emphasised the move must not be taken light
Watanabe says Sheene is his heroREIGNING Japanese Superbike Champion Atsushi Watanabe will race in theBritish Superbike Championship in 2008 aboard a Suzuki GSX-R1000prepared by Crescent.The 31-year-old from Hamamatsu won the 2007 Japanese Superbike
Chaz Davies...will ride in AMA series in 2008KAWASAKI USA has announced Chaz Davies will join Daytona 200 winner Steve Rapp on the Attack Kawasaki team for the 2008 AMA Superbike Championship Series. Both riders will compete in the AMA Supersport
Kiyonari...winner of race oneCHAMPIONSHIP LEADER Ryuichi Kiyonari took first place in race one at Croft earlier today.The HM Plant Honda rider took the chequered flag ahead of team mate, Jonathan Rea, with Tom Sykes taking the final spot on the podium - a first for the Stobart Ve...
Cal Crutchlow...disappointing performance from pole-sitterRyuichi Kiyonari and Ulsterman Jonathan Rea made it a one-two double for HM Plant Honda at today's Croft BSB meet.Kiyonari put on a stunning display in race two to secure his second win of the day from team mate Rea. It wa...
GSE won't be running in next year's BSB seriesLEON HASLAM looks set to move to HM Plant Honda next season, as GSE racing are to pull out of BSB next year.The team, managed by Colin Wright, were rumoured to be making a move to WSB but the squad's sponsors, Wrigley's Airwaves, see ...
BMW ANNOUNCED at the Paris Motorcycle Show today that the company will compete in the World Superbike series, starting in 2009.BMW wouldn't reveal what type of bike will be raced in the series, but inside sources told Visordown the German
Superbike star, Dean Thomas announced his retirement from Superbike racingto spearhead the Mission Racing project as Team Manager. The team willcontest the 2008 British Supersport Championship with riders Sam Warrenand Nick Medd, onboard the latest
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