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Ten Kate hints at Guintoli departure
Ten Kate Racing team principal Ronald ten Kate has revealed that reigning World Superbike champion Sylvain Guintoli might leave PATA Honda at the end of the ongoing season. Read full article
Pata Honda deny Honda split
Pata Honda will not be parting ways with Honda at the end of this season but could lose Sylvain Guintoli; that's according to team boss Ronald ten Kate. Read full article
Ducati seeking SBK consistency
They have already proven that they can beat Kawasaki, but Ducati believe they need to show more consistency when it comes to challenging for race wins. Read full article
Lady Luck evades Sykes on race day
A weekend that started with great promises ended in misery for Tom Sykes as he slipped to third in the Riders' Championship. Read full article
Podium was incredible result - Biaggi
Max Biaggi insists his crash in Race 2 at Sepang took nothing from his record-breaking podium in the day's first race. Read full article
‘I'll finish the job at Jerez’
After missing out on his first World Superbike title, Jonathan Rea believes he'll be able to finish the job at Jerez. Read full article
Davies gave 'everything' he had
Chaz Davies says it "took everything" he had to beat Jonathan Rea to the chequered flag in Race 2 at Sepang. Read full article
Victory for Rea, misery for Sykes
Jonathan Rea pulled off a final lap move to win Race 1 in Malaysia but it was Max Biaggi's podium that had the crowd on their feet. Read full article
Sykes bags surprise Sepang pole
Although Kawasaki were off the pace throughout the practice sessions, Tom Sykes showed his fortitude at Sepang in Malaysia on Saturday as he claimed his 28th career pole. Read full article
‘I didn't do the best job’
A troubled day in the Malaysia heat and humidity concluded with Chaz Davies down in sixth place in Superpole and confused as to why. Read full article
Biaggi sets the pace at Sepang
Red Devils Roma Aprilia rider Max Biaggi stole the spotlight at Sepang on Friday, continuing an impressive comeback by posting the fastest time in free practice one ahead of the Malaysian Grand Prix. Read full article
I really enjoy Sepang - Rea
Kawasaki Racing Team rider Jonathan Rea says he enjoys the Sepang International Circuit and is expecting an exciting weekend of racing in Malaysia. Read full article
Davies prepared for lonely Sepang
Chaz Davies is prepared to be the lone Aruba.it Ducati rider at the Malaysian leg of the World Superbikes Championship at Sepang this week. Read full article
Haslam wants to get back to winning
Red Devils Aprilia rider Leon Haslam targets winning Sunday's World Superbike Championship race in Malaysia at the Sepang circuit. Read full article
Sykes hopes to cut Rea's lead further
Tom Sykes is confident of further cutting his Kawasaki teammate Jonathan Rea's lead at the top of the World Superbikes standings at this week's race at Sepang. Read full article
Giugliano's season over
Ducati rider Davide Giugliano will take no further part in this season's WSBK Championship due to fractured vertebrae after his crash at Laguna Seca. Read full article
Sepang still exciting - Biaggi
Former World Superbike Champion Max Biaggi crashed in bad weather conditions during a four-day test at Sepang but was unhurt. Read full article
Giugliano relieved to be unhurt
Ducati rider Davide Giugliano was worried that he had re-injured his recently healed back when he crashed at the WSBK Championship on Sunday at Laguna Seca. Read full article
Sykes: I could not catch Davies
Kawasaki rider Tom Sykes, who finished both WSBK races in second place behind Chaz Davies on Sunday at Laguna Seca, says he is happy with his second places. Read full article
Davies very happy with 'double win'
Ducati rider Chaz Davies says that he is very happy with winning both WSBK races at Laguna Seca on Sunday. Read full article
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