is set for one of the most thrilling finales to a WSB series ever, and with the title within reach of three daring and talented riders, you can rest assured we're in for some cracking racing this weekend.Championship standings1. James Toseland (GBR) 396
A WELL-KNOWN Italian superstar was snapped watching the racing action at Sunday's Misano WSB. He was reported to be sneaking around on a scooter, electing not to remove his helmet and dark glasses for fear of being recognised. When asked what he
Toseland...sixty-six points clear after two race winsJAMES TOSELAND delighted British fans by winning both WSB rounds at Brands Hatch, earlier today. The Brit took race one comfortably from Troy Corser with Max Biaggi taking third place on his GSX
-heartedly, as the team weren't prepared to enter the series with anything less than 100% commitment. It's unknown whether Airwaves, the team's current sponsors, will want to follow the squad into WSB.
Bayliss...quickest in timed practiceXEROX DUCATI'S Troy Bayliss went quickest in qualifying at Italy's reversed Misano racetrack, posting a time of 1:36.479 in Friday's timed practice. His fellow countryman, Yamaha's Troy Corser, was second, 0.45 secs behind Bayliss with Yukio Ka...
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 manufacturer will be releasing a new four...
Toseland...fastest in Friday's qualifyingJAMES TOSELAND gave British racing fans something to cheer about when he set the fastest time of the day in qualifying, ahead of Sunday's WSB races at Brands Hatch.The Yorkshireman, who's just signed a deal
JAMES TOSELAND started the most important weekend of his racing career in a subdued fashioning by posting the seventh fastest time of the day at Magny Cours, ahead of Sunday's WSB showdown.Ducati-mounted Lorenzo Lanzi claimed provisional pole
Bayliss...comfortable wins in both racesTROY BAYLISS takes two wins at Misano.RACE ONEThe Australian secured race one in the latter stages, overtaking Yamaha's Noriyuki Haga with a handful of laps to go. Haga was then taken out on the next lap by Max Biaggi in a hopeless overtaki...
at the chequered flag. He played safe in race two, settling for sixth place to give the Ten Kate Honda team their first WSB championship.Toseland leaves WSB for MotoGP in 2008, joining Tech 3 Yamaha.Race one results1 Noriyuki Haga JPN Yamaha Motor Italia YZF R1 38
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