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World SBK Feed

  1. Double podium glory for Ducati after testing weekend in Spain

  2. 2017 champion reviews double victory in Spain

  3. British rider leaves Jerez with two fourth positions

  4. Japanese factory secure third consecutive title alongside Rea

  5. Italian bounced back to take title in Spain

  6. German rider wins at Jerez with Mykhalchyk and Razgatlioglu on the podium, as Rinaldi takes 2017 title

  7. World Superbike front-runner Michael van der Mark will jump on the Monster Yamaha Tech3 YZR-M1 to replace the recovering Jonas Folger at the Malaysian GP.

  8. Spaniard comes out on top as title comes down to the wire

  9. Title battle goes down to the wire as Garcia takes the victory

  10. KRT man wraps up a successful Round 12 in Spain with another win and is joined on podium by Ducati pair Melandri and Davies

  11. Italian produces a great ride to win at Jerez, with Cluzel and West also on the podium

  12. German former WorldSBK rider on pole at final STK1000 round, with Jones and Tamburini also on front row

  13. All the facts and stats ahead of Sunday at the Pirelli Spanish Round

  14. 2017 world champion delighted to take first victory around Jerez

  15. Mixed day in the office for Aruba.it Racing – Ducati Team

  16. Italian on pole ahead of Cluzel and Morais who also qualified on front row at Jerez, as championship contender Mahias suffers another crash

  17. Race 1 at Jerez was won by the World Champion after a late technical issue for provisional leader Melandri, with Davies and Sykes also on the podium

  18. Spaniard on top as title fight heads into the final race

  19. In the Spanish sunshine it was the Italian Ducati rider who took pole in SP2 at Jerez on Saturday morning ahead of fellow front row qualifiers Rea and Lowes

  20. Kawasaki Racing Team dominate Friday in Spain

  21. Pata Yamaha Official WorldSBK duo continue strong form into Spain

  22. Championship contender is Friday’s fastest in WorldSSP class ahead of Cluzel and Canducci - despite an FP2 crash for the Yamaha rider

  23. On the opening day at Jerez Rea was top of the combined timesheets despite an afternoon crash, with Sykes and Van der Mark also in the top 3

  24. The opening WorldSBK session at Jerez saw a series of fast laps in the final minutes and ended with Rea on top, as Lowes and Melandri were also in top 3

  25. Free paddock access for three day pass holders in 2018

  26. WorldSBK commentator Steve English previews the stunning season finale

  27. Spanish rider to continue with Kawasaki Team Go Eleven

  28. Partnership extended with finance and insurance group

  29. Althea BMW Racing Team look forward to Pirelli Spanish Round

  30. How have WorldSBK teams fared in Spain?

  31. Italian to take on final European round with Red Bull Honda World Superbike Team

  32. Kawasaki Racing Team head to Jerez with clear intentions

  33. Aruba.it Racing – Ducati duo hope for a strong weekend in Spain

  34. Plenty of on-stage action for fans in Spain

  35. Three STK1000 riders prepare to battle it out for glory in Spain

  36. Dutch rider to continue hunt for WorldSSP300 title

  37. Yamaha duo head to Jerez with high levels of confidence

  38. 2014 World Champion to compete in final rounds of season

  39. Take a look at the facts and stats as the final European round awaits

  40. Crash.net catch up with Yamaha’s Sporting Director

  41. Inaugural WorldSSP300 title set to be decided in Spain

  42. Final European battle awaits WorldSBK at Jerez

  43. Sofuoglu battles to make a return whilst Mahias chases glory

  44. Argentinean discusses his ambitions and life outside of racing

  45. British rider joins Japanese manufacturer

  46. WorldSSP300 team benefit from strong rider line up in 2017

  47. Three way drag to the line in the ESS Cup

  48. Barcelona –based squad take title for third successive season

  49. Frenchman faces first opportunity to take the title

  50. Alicante’s WorldSSP300 rider delves into some key aspects of his life