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2013 Assen World Superbike And World Supersport Preview Press Releases

Press release previews from the World Superbike and World Supersport teams ahead of this weekend's Assen round: BMW Motorrad GoldBet SBK Team - WSBK - Assen - Preview Munich/Milan, 22nd April 2013. Just over a week after the successful Sunday at Aragón circuit in Spain, the BMW Motorrad GoldBet...

Published on April 26 2013, 13:04
Source: motomatters.com
 

Assen, motorcycle racing's cathedral, has been the scene of some of the greatest entertainment in World Superbike racing, hailing back to Carl Fogarty's incredible run of victories, through the Bayliss years up to the Jonathan Rea wins. Assen has always been considered a rider's track, much like... 

2013's World Superbike season is done and dusted. All the appeals are settled and the points are final. The racing at Jerez was nearly touched by the weather, but luckily for the series, it stayed dry for the world championship races. Eugene Laverty earned pole position and an incredible double... 

Press releases from the World Superbike series organizer, and World Superbike and World Supersport teams, after Sunday's thrilling races at Assen: - EUGENE LAVERTY WINS AT ASSEN AND MOVES UP IN THE CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS. - SYLVAIN GUINTOLI STRENGTHENS HIS HOLD ON THE CHAMPIONSHIP LEAD. -... 

The World Superbike standings after a weekend's racing in the Netherlands make for interesting reading. The day gave us good weather that got better as the day went on and thrilling racing that followed the weather. There were ups and downs, winners and losers and those who leave with a mixture... 

Position Rider Team Bike Time 1 Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team) Kawasaki ZX-10R 35'35.042 2 Jonathan Rea (Pata Honda World Superbike) Honda CBR1000RR 35'43.828 3 Sylvain Guintoli (Aprilia Racing Team) Aprilia RSV4 Factory 35'43.834 4 Eugene Laverty (Aprilia Racing Team) Aprilia RSV4 Factory... 

Assen was wet and it got wetter. With rain came crashes and with the single bike rule, very few riders wanted to risk damaging their bike, or worse, especially considering the remainder of the weekend is predicted to be dry. Unfortunately, worse is exactly what happened to PATA Honda's Leon... 

Press releases from the teams and the series organizer after the first day of practice at Assen: COLD AND RAINY WEATHER MARK THE FIRST DAY OF PRACTICE SESSIONS AT ASSEN. SYLVAIN GUINTOLI, RANKING LEADER OF WSBK, AND EUGENE LAVERTY STAND OUT EVEN IN DIFFICULT CONDITIONS. SECOND AND THIRD BEST...