Barni Ducati rider Xavi Fores was fastest on the opening day in tricky wet conditions of the Phillip Island World Superbike testing on Monday in Australia.
When Jonathan Rea lines up on the Phillip Island grid this month he will be defending the WSBK title for a second time but insists he's not thinking about number three.
Although Kawasaki dominated last year's World Superbike championship, team boss Guim Roda acknowledges that this season everyone starts from scratch.
Chaz Davies is aiming to win the WSBK championship this season and then make the leap to MotoGP in 2018.
Troy Bayliss is excited by the new WSBK season and believes that the Championship is currently a brilliant product to follow.
As Honda's World Superbike team unveiled a Red Bull-liveried Fireblade, new signing Stefan Bradl says he is amped for the challenge ahead.
Taking to the track for the Puccetti Kawasaki at Portimao, Leon Haslam proved that he still has what it takes to mix it up with World Superbike's best.
Back in World Superbikes, Eugene Laverty has revealed that he is much more comfortable with his Aprilia after Milwaukee were able to resolve their chatter issues.
As the start of the 2017 Superbike World Championship draws nearer, Chaz Davies is hopeful of picking up where he left off when he won seven out of eight races at the end of last season.
Although Jordi Torres was sidelined after a fast high-side on the second day at Jerez, the Althea BMW Racing rider escaped without serious injury.
Nicky Hayden put his new Honda Fireblade through its paces at Jerez this week, an outing that also gave him the opportunity to evaluate his injured knee.
Covering 70 laps on the second day of pre-season testing at Jerez, Lorenzo Savadori says his first outing with Milwaukee Aprilia has been a "positive" one.
As Formula One races lose popularity and MotoGP numbers show strength, we rate the top 5 tracks in Asia.
Dorna, the World Superbike organisers, have released a provisional calendar for the 2017 season, with the new season due to start in around three months time.
Chaz Davies won his sixth straight race as he claimed honours in Race 2 of the World Superbikes championships in Qatar on Sunday.
Chaz Davies put in a faultless performance to claim the victory in Race 1 in Qatar, however, the night belonged to Jonathan Rea who wrapped up his second WSBK championship title.
Jonathan Rea is within touching distance of the World Superbike title after grabbing pole position at Losail.
Nico Rosberg topped Friday's final practice session of the United States Grand Prix on the Circuit of the Americas with Daniel Ricciardo 2nd
After winning both races at the Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours two weeks ago, Chaz Davies also claimed both races at the Circuito de Jerez this weekend and the Welshman now wants to make it...
Chaz Davies continued his winning streak after he won his fourth consecutive World Superbike race in Spain, beating rival Jonothan Rea to the finish line by 5.89 seconds.
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