The 2012 World Superbike Championship is looking more decided by the day, as Max Biaggi’s recent performance at Misano in Italy may have secured victory for the rider.
Defending champion Carlos Checa has looked strong thus far in World Superbike, and his form continued during the first qualifying session ahead of this weekend’s race in Misano, Italy.
Some motorsports fans may only know of modern racers, but it’s equally important to know the history of the sport as well.
After a severe earthquake and several aftershocks rocked the Italian province of Emilia-Romagna, Ducati has announced it will suspend production at factories in the region until further notice.
It’s no secret that Ducati has struggled with its new Desmosedici, the official MotoGP bike for Valentino Rossi and Nicky Hayden, but recent events have led to more optimism for the Italian brand.
Inclement weather shortened the World Superbike schedule in Monza, Italy, this weekend, as organizers weren’t confident the riders’ motorcycle tires would hold up in the wet conditions.
Two wins and a second earns him $8,000 in purse money The ninth annual GEICO MiniMotoSX, Fueled by Monster Energy took place inside the Orleans Arena and BBR Monster Energy backed Ryan Abrigo was the big winner. With wins in both the 12 Inch Expert and World final as well as a second place finish [...]
CH Racing Husqvarna team releases Dietrich from 2012 racing obligations The following release was issued by Husqvarna Italy on behalf of CH Racing regarding American racer Ricky Dietrich: The Husqvarna Enduro Team by CH Racing & the management for Ricky Dietrich have announced today that they have come to a mutual agreement that allows for [...]
John Hopkins is preparing for a tough challenge this weekend in World Superbike, as the series is heading to the famous Monza track in Italy.
Many fans in the U.S. focus on the American Motorcyclist Association for their Supercross and Motocross fandom, but there are motorsports competitions overseas as well, such as the MX World Championship.