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Marco Melandri believes that when the WSBK series gets to Motorland Aragon in April for the third meeting of the season.
13 March, 14:45 - A "lonely" Sunday at the Chang International Circuit saw Alex Lowes miss out on a podium finish in Race 2 in...
12 March, 14:26 - Kawasaki rider Jonathan Rea has taken his tally to four wins from four races in this year’s World Superbike...
12 March, 08:21 - Chaz Davies said he was reasonably happy with second place in the first race in Thailand on Saturday,...
11 March, 12:42 - Jonathan Rea secured a third successive victory with a dominant performance in the third race of the...
11 March, 10:41 - Jonathan Rea took his second Superpole in a row as he finished two-tenths of a second faster than Kawasaki...
08 March, 21:46 - With some solid progress made at Phillip Island two weeks ago, Tom Sykes is hoping to enter the title...
08 March, 11:07 - World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea says he is relaxed and refreshed ahead of the second round of the...
04 March, 20:05 - Marco Melandri has billed last Sunday's Race 2 at Phillip Island as "22 qualifying lap times" as he raced his...


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