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Superbike news from Wednesday, April 1, 2020

- The ongoing coronavirus disruptions have caused the Spanish round of the 2020 World Superbike championship to be postponed from March 29 to October 25, where it is now set to become the season finale.However, there are continued rumours that the Qatar event, postponed from mid-March but without any alternative date at present, could yet return at the end of the year....

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- Garrett Gerloff and Eugene Laverty will both miss the remainder of the 2020 World Superbike championship opener at Phillip Island after suffering concussion in separate crashes during warm up. The GRT Yamaha rider finished in 14th place on his WorldSBK debut yesterday in Race 1 at the Australian circuit, two places and just under six seconds behind team-mate and fellow rookie Federico Caricasulo,...

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- Honda team manager Jaume Colom concedes the unexpected pause to the 2020 World Supebike championship enforced by the coronavirus pandemic has triggered a negative effect on its development with the new CBR1000RR-R. With HRC delivering a new Superbike for 2020, the only all-new bike on the grid for this season aside from Yamaha’s upgrades to the YZF-R1, all eyes have been on Honda’s preparatio...

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- Aussie MXGP rider recovering at home Team HRC rider Mitch Evans is recovering nicely at home in Australia after having surgery on the right shoulder that he damaged in a crash at the second MXGP of the season in Valkenswaard, Netherlands. Performed by the respected Dr Steve Andrews at the Brisbane Private Hospital, the arthroscopic …...

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