#THAWorldSBK– Day 3 Bautista makes it six out of six wins in Buriram
World Superbike In what has been a dream opening six races in Alvaro Bautista’s WorldSBK career, he took yet another race win to become the first rider since Neil Hodgson to win the opening six races of a WorldSBK season, back in 2003! Bautista completed another lights to flag victory... Read more
#THAWorldSBK– Day 2 Bautista takes Race One win and fourth successive victory in WorldSBK
The opening race of the Pirelli Thai Round in the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship saw Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK) and Alvaro Bautista (ARUBA.IT Racing – Ducati) clash on track early on, creating the rivalry everyone wanted to see unfold between the two heavyweight stars. Bautista was... Read more
#THAWorldSBK– Day 1:  Alvaro Bautista leads the charge at the end of Day 1 in Thailand
World Superbike MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship action concludes at the Chang International Circuit, with Alvaro Bautista (ARUBA.IT Racing – Ducati) being the first rider to tackle the soaring temperatures. The Spanish rider had a strong opening day and heads into the first of two race days firmly in number... Read more
WorldSBK, Thailand Round Preview: World Superbike, World Supersport
World Superbike After Round One in Australia left mouths agape across the motorcycling world, focus in the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship now shifts over to Chang International Circuit and the Pirelli Thai Round, World Superbike’s fifth trip to the south-east Asian nation. Tropical heat, rapturous fans and stellar racing... Read more
Tom Booth-Amos 24th after crashing in Qatar
In eighth and ninth rows on the grid at the Qatar Grand Prix, Darryn Binder and Tom Booth-Amos unfortunately suffered bad luck, crashing out shortly after the start. The opening weekend of the 2019 campaign got off to a good start for the two CIP-GREEN POWER rider.  Tom Booth-Amos was... Read more
Qatar GP, raceday roundup – MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3
MotoGP High expectations and a million questions: that’s what lay before the grid as the lights went out for the VisitQatar Grand Prix and it didn’t disappointment. The closest top fifteen of all time and another duel to the finish – with another trio right behind – made it a... Read more
Jake Dixon crashes out of Qatar GP
Lorenzo Baldasarri missed out on victory by just 0.112 seconds to Pecco Bagnaia in Qatar last year, but with his compatriot having since moved up to MotoGP, the Italian today took his place on the top step of the podium after an even closer win, by just 0.026 over... Read more
Top six for Sam Lowes on season debut in Qatar
Team Federal Oil Gresini Moto2 wrapped up the opening round of the 2019 Moto2 campaign with a solid performance of Sam Lowes in what was a complicated race at Losail. The Briton was sixth at the chequered flag and therefore earned ten precious points. From the sixth slot of the starting grid, the... Read more