The 2018 SBK World Championship Grid – Drivers

The 2021 SBK World Championship Grid - Drivers

The 2021 FIM WSBK World Championship will see the arrival of new riders on the grid for this season with an expansion of satellite teams, but with a clear driver to beat, Jonathan Rea.  The Kawasaki rider and six consecutive world champion in WSBK, Jonathan Rea will once again be the rider who will wear the number 1 on his fairing . Together with the Northern Irishman, the British rider Alex Lowes (# 22) will share the squad, who is facing his second season under the colors of Kawasaki. Ducati will repeat the…

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SBK World Cup 2018 Schedule

SBK World Cup 2021 Schedule

The Superbike World Championship already has a provisional calendar for this new 2021 season and with substantial changes compared to previous seasons. The pandemic continues to affect competitions and this SBK 2021 season will delay the start until April. Gone is the opening date in February in Australia, which at the moment does not have a confirmed date due to current restrictions. The SBK World Championship will start on April 23 at the Assen Circuit (Netherlands) and with the presence of all categories. From there he will travel to our neighboring country…

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Valentino Rossi wears the colors of a satellite team in MotoGP for the first time

Valentino Rossi wears the colors of a satellite team in MotoGP for the first time

42 years and six MotoGP titles. Valentino Rossi has been one of the great protagonists of the premier class of the Motorcycle World Championship since 2002 . Almost two decades in which Rossi has raced for Honda, Yamaha in two different stages and Ducati. Eighteen seasons in which he has worn a multitude of different colors due to the influence of the sponsors, although under the constant unwavering of being in the official structure of each of the manufacturers that he has defended on the track. Perhaps a matter of the ‘new normal’, Valentino Rossi will live…

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Marc Márquez to miss Qatar’s inaugural race 2018

Marc Márquez to miss Qatar's inaugural race

The Repsol Honda team rider, Marc Márquez, along with his medical team from the Ruber International Hospital, have considered it prudent not to rejoin the competition that begins this weekend in Qatar with the first grand prix of the MotoGP 2019 season. In the review carried out on the Spanish pilot by the medical team led by Doctors Samuel Antuña and Ignacio Roger de Oña and made up of Doctors De Miguel, Ibarzabal and García Villanueva, 15 weeks after surgery on his right humerus, a good clinical response after intensification…

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Joan Mir starts the defense of the MotoGP title without altering the ‘strength’

Joan Mir starts the defense of the MotoGP title without altering the 'strength'

Joan Mir is, like any pilot, a superstitious guy . And if he claims otherwise, he either lies or conceals very well. Beyond this license, the Balearic pilot seems subject to the premise that states that, if something works, do not touch it . And this has been evident in the presentation of Suzuki’s project for the 2021 MotoGP season. In fact, Joan Mir keeps the number # 36 on a GSX-RR that sports colors very similar to those it had last year . Question of not altering anything. In the end, Suzuki is the team that has least altered its…

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MotoGP 2017 has a special color

MotoGP 2021 has a special color

The 2021 MotoGP season is getting closer and closer and the riders and teams of the World Championship’s premier class already have their eyes on the Qatar test. Single test session before the start of the real action and which, as usual, has been preceded by the usual presentations of each structure . Although due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a large part of these events have had a ‘virtual’ format, it is clear that MotoGP has acquired a special color this year. KTM and its Tech 3 satellite team were the first to present their project . Miguel Oliveira…

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Analysis of the 2021 MotoGP Portuguese Grand Prix

Analysis of the 2021 MotoGP Portuguese Grand Prix

Portimao is a beautiful circuit, not only because of its location, but because for me, it is a circuit like the old ones, that is, with ascents, descents, and without a long straight where you can be scorched by pure and hard top speed. A pilot circuit! Even so, it is a circuit that has only one good line, and where overtaking is difficult. It has 9 curves to the right, and 6 to the left. Bagnaia had his pole “stolen” on Saturday because there was a yellow flag during his fastest lap. Explain…

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