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Go Eleven Ducati reveals new livery for Davies

The Go Eleven Ducati World Superbike team has revealed a new blue livery for the bike Chaz Davies will ride in the 2021 season.

Go Eleven signs Rinaldi for 2020 WorldSBK season

The Go Eleven Ducati team has announced Michael Ruben Rinaldi as its rider for the 2020 World Superbike season.

Laverty to attempt WSBK return at Donington

Go Eleven Ducati rider Eugene Laverty will attempt to ride in this weekend's Donington Park round of the 2019 World Superbike season, having missed the last three events through injury.

Bridewell opts out of Misano WSBK appearance

Tommy Bridewell has opted against replacing the recovering Eugene Laverty at the Go Eleven team at the Misano World Superbike round this weekend, with Lorenzo Zanetti deputising instead.

Bridewell gets second chance as Laverty stand-in

Tommy Bridewell will once again stand in for the injured Eugene Laverty on the Go Eleven Ducati at next weekend's Jerez World Superbike round.

Laverty breaks both wrists in Imola practice crash

Eugene Laverty has been taken to hospital after a heavy crash in the opening practice session for this weekend's Imola World Superbike round.

Laverty's riding "very comparable" to dominant Bautista

Eugene Laverty believes his riding was “very comparable” to dominant Ducati stablemate Alvaro Bautista in the Aragon World Superbike round, despite riding a down-on-power customer V4 R.

Laverty secures World Superbike stay as Fores joins BSB

Eugene Laverty has secured his World Superbike future after signing a deal to join the Go Eleven team on a Ducati, while ousted Barni rider Xavi Fores will move to British Superbikes with Honda.

WSBK a "ridiculous farce", says Team Go Eleven boss

Team Go Eleven World Superbike boss Gianni Ramello has labelled the series a “ridiculous farce unworthy of being called a World Championship” in a scathing outburst on his Facebook page.