Ryuichi Kiyonari is not wearing the Hannspree livery on his Ten Kate Honda this season - will use a livery based off of last year’s Suzuka 8 Hours bikes.
Reigning BSB champ Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne has continued his impressive start to his World Superbike career, setting the pace at the first official test of 2009.
Honda will keep its strong presence in motorcycle racing’s premier class, despite ongoing speculation that they were considering scaling back following their F1 pullout.
Fonsi Nieto could be back aboard a Suzuki GSX-R1000 in World SBK this year in a private deal run by the factory Alstare squad.
There will be a total of six rookies in the Superbike World Championship this year, including Aprilia's Shinya Nakano.
Has MotoGP World Champion Valentino Rossi inked a lucrative deal with Monster Energy Drink for 2009?
Last week’s Eastern Creek test for Kawasaki’s MotoGP test team was a considerable success, with Jacque posting a 1:26 lap time.
It’s that time of the year again where the new seasons are just around the corner. Some series have already begun.
The snow finally cleared enough for Ducati to take the wraps off of its 2009 MotoGP contender, the Desmosedici GP9, today.
Ducati’s Wrooom event continued at Madonna de Campiglio today, with pictures released of Nicky Hayden on the Desmosedici GP9 challenger.
The AMA Superbike Championship will have just three tests this season, with big fines for those who break the rules.
Ducati’s annual Wrooom event has kicked off today, which will mark the first time that we’ll see Nicky Hayden in Ducati colours.
L&M Yamaha’s James Stewart took his first win of AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship.
Ben Spies has revealed he hopes to get a crack at MotoGP in 2010 with Tech 3 Yamaha.
Former MotoGP World Champion Casey Stoner will be present at Ducati’s Wrooom press event on the ski slopes in Italy this week.
There’s been no word yet from the meeting in Japan involving Dorna and the manufacturers, and still no confirmation from Kawasaki that they are pulling out of MotoGP.
Life's challenges come from strange and unexpected angles sometimes, but it's the way you fight back that truly counts.
Repsol KTM’s Marc Coma continues to lead the Dakar Rally after winning stage three, stretching out a comfortable lead.
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