Tag: World Superbike racing
Max Biaggi emerged as the big winner at the Caschi d’Oro awards ceremony in Italy.
Ducati’s World Superbike team has signed a two-year agreement with Team Alstare, a Belgian motorsports organization run by Francis Batta.
Reigning World Superbike champion Max Biaggi announced that he will not seek to defend his title in 2013, instead choosing to retire at the age of 41.
Infront Motor Sports, a leading Swiss marketing company, announced the winners of its annual Superbike Organizer Award and Superbike Media Award.
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 news that the World Superbike series would see new rules for the 2013 season means riders will have to adjust to the changes, and many began the process during a three-day test at Motorland Aragon in Spain.
A series of rule changes will alter the look of the FIM World Superbike Championship.
Max Biaggi just wrapped up a championship run in World Superbike, but fans can already look ahead to the 2013 season.
Suzuki announced that its World Superbike racer John Hopkins will sit out the 2013 motorsports season in order to fully recover from several serious injuries.
The World Superbike Championship was decided by the slimmest margin ever this weekend, as Max Biaggi beat Tom Sykes by half a point after a suspenseful day at Magny-Cours.