Fredde Spencer Daytona

The 1984 Daytona 200 was the last chance to see Fast Freddie vs King Kenny. The American duo had dominated the world but now they were set to battle it out for one last time Daytona.
Freddie Spencer sat down with Racing Lowdown to tell us why Daytona means so much to him

Alex Lowes WorldSBK Kawasaki

For Alex Lowes the opening round of the 2020 championship offered more than a victory; it offered clear illustration of what he’s aiming for in WorldSBK

Scott Redding WorldSBK Ducati

In British Superbikes Scott Redding had it all his own way. With vastly more experience than his rivals he could control races. He found out at Round 1 that WorldSBK will be a very different story

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Racing with a ‘blade

Racing with a ‘blade

Since the early ninties the Honda Fireblade has been a mainstay of the Superbike market. As a top selling road bike there’s no doubt that the bike has been a huge success commercially but it’s had a much more turbulent existence on the track. When you look back at the last thirty years there has been some huge changes to the Superbike sector and some of the top riders of world, national and road racing fame have ridden a ‘blade. Here they give their verdict on the Honda Fireblade through the years

WorldSBK: Things like that…Round 1 Australia

WorldSBK: Things like that…Round 1 Australia

Over the winter everyone in the WorldSBK paddock has spoken and written about the optimism of a potentially great season. In Australia this hope was met with a resounding confirmation. Three races with three different winners, all five manufacturers have reasons to be excited for the coming year and we saw three races that went down to the wire. It will be hard for WorldSBK to match the heights of the opening round this year but it certainly gave itself a great starting point