Category Archives: WorldSBK
It was Marco Melandri with Ducati who started from pole position to the second race of the weekend at Donington Park. Michael van der Mark (Yamaha) and Leon Camier (MV Agusta) were on the front row as well.
The fourth race weekend of the World Superport Championship took place in the United Kingdom, at the Donington Park circuit. Kenan Sofuoğlu started from pole position as Lucas Mahias and Jules Cluzel did complete him in the front row.
The fourth round of the Superstock 1000 European Championship was in the United Kingdom, at the circuit of Donington Park. Michael Ruben Rinaldi started from pole position while Roberto Tamburini and Florian Marino were there on the front row as … Continue reading
Fourth race weekend of the World Supersport 300 was in the United Kingdom, at Donington Park. The Italian rider Alfonso Coppola started from pole position, Borja Sánchez and Mika Pérez were on the front row next to him.
The UK round of the World Superbikes Championship takes place at Donington Park this weekend and it all is in the shadow of the Nicky Hayden’s tragic accident. Everybody is racing in the name of him. After the nice and … Continue reading
The fact that we lost Luis Salom I haven’t accepted yet and there is another amazing person and rider who passed away. Nicky Hayden was one of the first heroes of mine when I started to follow motorbike racing. I … Continue reading
Another World Superbikes race weekend did take place in Italy, at the Imola circuit. It was Ducati and Chaz Davies who dominated there with both races affected with the red flag.
Another European Superstock 1000 race did take place last weekend. It all happened in the Netherlands, in Assen. Florian Marino, Toprak Razgatlioglu and Roberto Tamburini started from the front row to the race.
The second race weekend of the World Supersport 300 Championship did take place last week in Assen, the Netherlands. Borja Sánchez, Scott Deroue and Paolo Grassia started from the front row.
Another World Supersport race did take place in the Netherlands, in Assen. It was Kenan Sofuoglu who took pole position. Patrick “PJ” Jacobsen and Michael Canducci qualified to the front row as well.