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Ducati prepares for the halfway point in the championship and its second home race Van der Mark (Yamaha); 3. Melandri (Ducati) Álvaro Bautista Bike: Ducati Panigale V4 R Race Number: 19 Age: 34 (born on 21    

Bautista takes Race One win and fourth successive victory in WorldSBK A lightening start from Michael van der Mark (Pata Yamaha WorldSBK Team) saw him elevate from 10th on the grid to fifth by the end of the    

Alvaro Bautista Moves to WorldSBK Next Year with Ducati and Haslam on the Kawasaki is the benchmark to beat, and the PATA Yamaha squad of Alex Lowes and Michael van der Mark is looking stronger each round. With a new BMW S1000RR coming, as well as updates to the Honda CBR1000RR    

After the Suzuka 8-Hours For the first time since 2015, Yamaha was challenged, but Alex Lowes and Michael van der Mark weren't rattled. Prior to the race Van der Mark joked that "I don't get scared on a bike, I scare the others!" and on Sunday   

Up-Close with the Suzuka-Winning Yamaha YZF-R1 This left Alex Lowes and Michael van der Mark to carry the load between the two of them, a tiring job at Suzuka. Winning by only 30 seconds    

Race Results from the 2018 Suzuka 8-Hours1 Yamaha Factory Racing Team Nakasuga Lowes Van der Mark Yamaha Bridgestone 199 laps 2 Red Bull Honda Takahashi Nakagami Jacobsen Honda Bridgestone -30.974 sec 3 Kawasaki Team    

Winning the Pride of Japan, Eight Hours at Suzuka He made his decision at the best possible time and Van der Mark followed suit a lap later. It took Kawasaki another tour to pit, and by the time Rea had emerged    

Kawasaki Takes Pole at Suzuka 8-Hours – Rea Sets Record" For Van der Mark the goal is the race and making sure Yamaha claims a fourth win in a row. "We made some    

Kawasaki Team Green Stuns in Suzuka 8-Hours Qualifying" Teammate Michael van der Mark echoed those thoughts. "With the regulations you need to have a good plan before the qualifying sessions," said the    

A Look at Last Year's Suzuka 8-Hours Winner for innovation in the rulebook, the machine that will be raced this year by Katsuyuki Nakasuga, Alex Lowes, and Michael van der Mark is very different to the trio's regular YZF-R1 mount. The factory team's Yamaha YZF-R1 breaks