WorldSBK riders take a tour through traditional Doha
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Gaerne Qatar Round
For the third year in a row, the state-of-the-art Losail International Circuit will host the final Round of the Superbike World Championship from 28th to 30th October. The event always draws a crowd as spectators come from near and far to watch blockbuster WorldSBK action, under floodlights during the night at the desert track.
As the Sun Sets on 2016, the Final Battle Begins
Qatar darkness brings the biggest gains as the Crown awaits. The Losail International Circuit of Qatar is the final battleground of the 2016 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship and everything is at stake as the ultimate battle for the title resumes. Located on the coast of the Persian Peninsula, just north of Doha, the circuit sees WorldSBK riders tackle 16 turns on 5.38kms of floodlit tarmac under the stars in the Arabian desert.
The Partnership continues with Italian Manufacturer
Fassi and Dorna WorldSBK Organisation are delighted to announce their ongoing partnership as Fassi is named Event Main Sponsor of Round 11 of the 2016 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship. The Round will therefore be called the Fassi French Round.
The Assault For The Title Continues – All eyes are on Rea ahead of the Fassi French Round
Situated in the centre of France, some 250 kilometers south of Paris, the Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours is an iconic staple of French Motor Racing and Round 11 will mark the 25th anniversary of WorldSBK at Magny-Cours.
Rea Rules in Dramatic Wet Race, New riders join the Champion on the podium
Kawasaki Racing Team’s Jonathan Rea found redemption in Race 2 on Sunday at the Lausitzring in a dominant performance, seeing him win by a 9.3 second margin ahead of newcomers to the WordSBK podium IodaRacing Team’s Alex De Angelis and Barni Racing Team’s Xavi Fores.
Davies’ Masterclass at Round 10 – Ducati rider makes history with 10.5 second lead
Aruba.it Racing – Ducati’s Chaz Davies won Race 1 at the Pirelli German Round with a 10.5 second lead in a flawless performance, beating Kawasaki Racing Team’s Tom Sykes into second ahead of Honda World Superbike Team’s Nicky Hayden completing the top three.
The rookie leads the way to Tissot-Superole 2 shoot out
WorldSBK rookie Lorenzo Savadori (IodaRacing Team) gave a glimpse of what could come ahead of the weekend’s races, by topping the timesheets on Friday afternoon at the Pirelli German Round. Local hero and Althea BMW Racing Team rider Markus Reiterberger made a solid comeback from injury to come home in second position, while Kawasaki Racing Team’s Tom Sykes put in a strong lap to round out the top three.