laguna seca

World Superbike Championship Finalizes 2019 Calendar by Adding Laguna Seca Round Laguna Seca has hosted SBK® since 1995 – with a small gap from 2004 to 2013 – and is a well known staple on    

Paddock Pass Podcast #81 – WorldSBK Special World Superbike Championship right now, and we chased down a number of riders to get their perspective, while at the Laguna Seca round. As such, the show includes interviews with Tom Sykes, Alex Lowes, Eugene Laverty, Jake Gagne, and Jonathan Rea. The   

Aprilia Adds More Dates to "Aprilia Racers Days" On Track Demo Program Events are run at popular California racetracks (Laguna Seca, Sonoma — nee Sears Point, Thunderhill, and Buttonwillow). Keigwin's schools are focused on a specific rider level: novices only   

Two Enthusiasts Podcast #81 – Sex Panther At the same time, Jensen was in Laguna Seca for the World Superbike weekend, and the following Pirelli track day. There, Jensen got to ride two very unique motorcycles   

Paddock Pass Podcast #76 – WorldSBK Mid-Season, Part 1 Recorded at the Laguna Seca WorldSBK round, on the mics are Steve English and Jensen Beeler, and the duo covers the World Superbike Championship season    

Riding Slow Bikes Fast, seen our conclusions, and also drawn your own; but what exactly do these three motorcycles look like at speed around Laguna Seca? This is your chance to see for yourself, as we've captured a quick lap aboard all three bikes, courtesy    

They're Not Just for Old Guys Anymore Buffalo Bill's place up on the North Platte in Nebraska Then I needed to get back to Laguna Seca again last weekend for World Superbike. How, oh how could I get there? When we were big and expansive and    

Cameron Beaubier Headed to WorldSBK for 2019? to GRT Yamaha though, with Cameron Beaubier in talks with the team, and if you believe the paddock rumors at Laguna Seca, the 25-year-old is on the top of their list. Perhaps too old now to make the jump into    

Energica Wins And Sets New Record At 10th Annual REFUEL The annual REFUEL EV Track Event created and hosted by Speed Ventures at the WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca since 2001, is unique in many respects. It is one of the few opportunities in the world to see electric    

Tom Sykes, Where Will You Be Racing Next Year? the days ahead of the California round, and he certainly wasn't holding too much back once he was at Laguna Seca. You could almost smell the smoke emanating from Sykes, a result of the bridge that was being burned behind him.