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Sykes calls for Superbike rule status quo

31/01/2013 Sykes would like to see two bikes brought back By WSBK desk Factory Kawasaki World Superbike front-runner Tom Sykes believes regulations for the championship should remain as they are and would like to see a re-introduction of two bikes per rider. The Huddersfield man, who missed out...

Published on February 1 2013, 18:02
Source: www.bikesportnews.com
 

Big changes are coming to the Superbike World Championship next year, a transition from nearly full-race machines based on production bikes to a controlled-cost class, closer to stock, and more similar to British Superbike or Superstock. Twelve of these new "EVO" bikes have been added to grids... 

At Italy's temple of speed, last year's World Superbike weekend was ruined by rain and tyres. This morning's session was equally plagued, giving everyone a wasted morning as the forecast for the remainder of the weekend is sun, sun and more sun. The good weather finally turned up, courtesy of a... 

It was a weekend of contrasts in Germany. Four weathers in a race weekend is usually something associated with Phillip Island, but with 86°F temperatures having welcomed the WorldSBK paddock from their summer break, the heat gradually transitioned to a downpour on a cold and windy Sunday. With... 

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...