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BMW World Superbike rider Tom Sykes says the situation on track at Donington Park's Melbourne Loop which led to his crash and exclusion from the Superpole race was “a joke”.
BMW World Superbike rider Tom Sykes led the timesheets at the end of Friday practice ahead of Alex Lowes at Donington Park, after topping both sessions on the S1000RR.
A lack of straightline speed prevented BMW from displaying its true potential in last weekend's Phillip Island World Superbike curtain-raiser, believes Tom Sykes.
Milwaukee World Superbike boss Shaun Muir says he would like his squad "to be considered" for factory tie-ups with BMW and Suzuki in 2019.
Aprilia's Eugene Laverty says he was “trapped in a nightmare” in the aftermath of his horror crash in Thailand's World Superbike round, in which he was struck by Jordi Torres.
Aprilia's Lorenzo Savadori set the pace on the opening day of the 2018 World Superbike season at Phillip Island ahead of Honda's new recruit Leon Camier.
The 2017 World Superbike season kicks off at Phillip Island this weekend, and all the changes from 2016 suggest the new campaign will be better than in recent years. David Gruz explains why.
Aprilia has announced Shaun Muir Racing will serve as its factory team in the next two seasons in World Superbikes, with Lorenzo Savadori signed alongside Eugene Laverty for 2017.
Reigning British Superbike champion Josh Brookes was happy to have led the field in the first half of World Superbikes' Race 2 at Assen, having endured a tough season up to that point.
British Superbike champion Josh Brookes says he expects to make "significant" performance gains after completing his first World Superbike test at Jerez.