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The Magic of Misano Strikes for WorldSBK

Five riders from four manufacturers stood on the Misano podium to show the strength and depth of WorldSBK. "This is the real Superbike racing" was how Marco Melandri assessed the Sunday's racing at Misano, and it was hard to argue with the Italian. Under blue skies and a burning sun, the action...

Published on July 12 2018, 11:44
Source: www.asphaltandrubber.com
 

The WorldSBK series may be on its summer hiatus, but there is still plenty of news going on. After the official announcement that Tom Sykes would not be back with the KRT Kawasaki team, it is the turn of the Pata Yamaha WorldSBK squad to make announcements. Today, the team issued a statement... 

Rea had ended the day as the fastest rider on the day, setting a time of 1'38.721, nearly a quarter of a second faster than Alvaro Bautista, who was riding the Ducati Desmosedici GP16 at the track. Rea had set the time on a modified version of a road bike, costing something in the region of... 

It looks set to be a quiet year on the rider market for World Superbike, with the leading seats already filled for 2018, but there will still be some significant deals announced in the coming weeks and months. Jonathan Rea, Tom Sykes, Chaz Davies, and Marco Melandri are all secure in their seats... 

Jonathan Rea may have done the double at the Italian circuit, but WorldSBK was in rude health last weekend. Continue reading for Asphalt & Rubber's World Superbike debrief, from Misano Italy. New Tires Offer a New Reference Pirelli brought a huge tire range to Misano. The Italian manufacturer... 

Making predictions for races in WorldSBK 2018 can be a fool's errand. The form book has been thrown out the window on a couple of occasions, and at the Assen TT Circuit that was certainly the case once again. The Magic Is Still There Michael van der Mark may no longer go by the moniker of Magic... 

A last lap crash at the Misano circuit saw Jonathan Rea and Chaz Davies clash, but afterwards the respect that they hold for each other was made clear. The pair has had a fractious relationship this year, which came to a peak after their Parc Ferme clash in Assen, but today the respect was clear... 

While the MotoGP grid is as good as settled, Silly Season for World Superbikes is in full swing. With the Kawasaki riders' contracts settledbefore the summer break, attention has turned to the other seats, most of which are up in the air. In addition, there could be some changes in machinery,...