Tag: Carlos Checa
Motorsports enthusiasts are known for their passion. Many of them just can’t get enough of racing and everything that goes into it, and luckily for these fans, the most recent app from World Superbike can bring the action right to their fingertips. As the latest app from World Superbike, which has been releasing similar programs [...]
The World Superbike season has barely begun and a top rider has already hit a speed bump. BMW competitor Marco Melandri, who was one of the preseason favorites to win the motorsports title after finishing third overall last year, recently underwent surgery on his right shoulder. The pain had been nagging the Italian throughout the winter [...]
World Superbike is making a triumphant return to the motorsports world Feb. 24 when all competitors will descend on Phillip Island, Australia, as the first of 14 rounds get underway. With last year’s champion, Max Biaggi, retiring in the offseason, the top spot is anyone’s for the taking. All eyes will be on veteran rider [...]
World Superbike has completed its final testing before the start of the season, and an unlikely candidate has emerged as a contender after a strong showing. The testing period, which ran for two days at Phillip Island in Australia, was the last official opportunity for tinkering before the motorsports season kicks off Feb. 24 on the same [...]
Riders from World Superbike and MotoGP were present for winter testing at Jerez, but it was the superbike teams who stole the show on their final day of motorsports before the break.
Ducati’s World Superbike team has signed a two-year agreement with Team Alstare, a Belgian motorsports organization run by Francis Batta.
Following the news that Ducati Corse split with its long-time World Superbike partner Althea after the end of the 2012 season, the fate of rider Carlos Checa was up in the air.
The penultimate round of superbike racing in Portimao, Portugal, saw some unexpected finishes from the world’s top motorsports riders.
The World Superbike Championship will be decided this weekend at Germany’s Nurburgring racetrack.