WorldSBK: End of an era?

WorldSBK: End of an era?

WorldSBK: End of an era? Eventually all empires come to an end. Rivals come to the fore and take on the King. The unbeatable suddenly are vulnerable. Injuries, motivation and circumstances have all rooted out riders in the past and are we about to witness the end of...
WorldSBK: How to train your dragon

WorldSBK: How to train your dragon

WorldSBK: How to train your dragon If you want to be a certified practitioner of something – whether brain surgery or electrical re-wiring – you have to get a recognised qualification. Degree level or craft level, most of the important stuff that keeps us and our...
WorldSBK: Things like that…Round 1 Australia

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...
WorldSBK: You win some, you lose some

WorldSBK: You win some, you lose some

WorldSBK: You win some, you lose some For Jonathan Rea Phillip Island was a roller-coaster weekend that started in the gravel trap and ended on the rostrum Sunday morning in Phillip Island was like so many of the Australian summer. The sun was shining, the wind was...
WorldSBK: The re-education of Scott Redding

WorldSBK: The re-education of Scott Redding

WorldSBK: The re-education of Scott Redding Phillip Island is one of the most tactical races of the WorldSBK season. Managing your tyre is key and understanding this is key. Ducati’s Scott Redding acquitted himself well to walk away second in the standings Three...