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Provisional 2017 WSBK calendar announced
Dorna, the World Superbike organisers, have released a provisional calendar for the 2017 season, with the new season due to start in around three months' time. Read full article
Davies claims sixth straight win, Rea third
Chaz Davies won his sixth straight race as he claimed honours in Race 2 of the World Superbikes championships in Qatar on Sunday. Read full article
Davies wins the race, Rea the title
Chaz Davies put in a faultless performance to claim the victory in Race 1 in Qatar, however, the night belonged to Jonathan Rea who wrapped up his second WSBK championship title. Read full article
Rea storms to Qatar pole
Jonathan Rea is within touching distance of the World Superbike title after grabbing pole position at Losail. Read full article
Davies wants six in a row
After winning both races at the Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours two weeks ago, Chaz Davies also claimed both races at the Circuito de Jerez this weekend and the Welshman now wants to make it six in a row. Read full article
Davies pips Rea in Spain
Chaz Davies continued his winning streak after he won his fourth consecutive World Superbike race in Spain, beating rival Jonathan Rea to the finish line by 5.89 seconds. Read full article
Davies wins but Kawasaki take manufacturers' title
Chaz Davies charged ahead of the battling Kawasakis to win Race 1 at Jerez but it was the latter that took the manufacturers' title. Read full article
Sykes takes pole with Jerez lap record
Tom Sykes did all he could to halt Jonathan Rea's charge to the World Superbike title as he grabbed pole position ahead of his teammate. Read full article
Ducati's Davies does the double
Ducati’s Chaz Davies stole the show once again to take the double for a fifth time in his career. Read full article
First pole of the season for Rea
Jonathan Rea will start his first World Superbike race of this season from pole position after beating Tom Sykes in qualifying at Magny-Cours. Read full article
Davies triumphs at Magny-Cours
Series leader Jonathan Rea had to settle for fourth as Chaz Davies claimed his sixth victory of this year's World Superbikes Championship at Magny-Cours. Read full article
World SBK title the target - Laverty
Eugene Laverty has explained the reasoning behind leaving MotoGP behind for the World Superbike championship in 2017. Read full article
Honda duo up for French challenge
Honda World Superbike Team riders Van Der Mark and Hayden have arrived at the Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours in France hoping to do well at the penultimate European event of the season this weekend. Read full article
Lowes plans to be fit for Magny-Cours
Alex Lowes is hoping to return to full fitness ahead of this weekend's Magny-Cours World Superbike round after being forced to sit out of the Aragon MotoGP race with a foot injury. Read full article
Rea won't be slowing down in France
Rea plans on trying to get maximum points at this weekend's World Superbike Championship event at Magny-Cours, France, and does not plan on using any form if points management in defending his world title. Read full article
Rea extends his lead with German win
Jonathan Rea regained most of the points that he lost to Tom Sykes in the title fight on Saturday as he stormed to the victory in Sunday's wet German World Superbike race. Read full article
Dominant Davies wins in Germany
Chaz Davies raced to a dominant victory in Germany on Saturday in a race in which the championship was shaken up by Jonathan Rea's retirement. Read full article
Davies clinches German pole
Chaz Davies will start from pole position in the German World Superbikes having edged championship hopeful Tom Sykes in qualifying. Read full article
Rea recharged after summer break
Kawasaki Racing Team rider Jonathan Rea is feeling re-energised ahead of the last four World Superbike championship events starting with this weekend’s Pirelli German Round at Lausitzring. Read full article
Reiterberger to make a return at Lausitz
Althea BMW Racing Team rider Markus Reiterberger will be back in action at this weekend's Superbike World Championship race in Germany. Read full article
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