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Ten Kate Racing - History - Road Racing
28 - including technicians, administrative staff and four riders - to contest the World Superbike and Supersport champ “ With four engine builders, we are always looking to increase the ... ” The team first entered the Supersport World Championship full time in 2001, using Honda CBR600F4i motorcycles ... The team went on to win all of the last six Supersport World Championships using the Honda CBR600RR ...
2007 Misano Superbike World Championship Round
... The 2007 Misano Superbike World Championship round was the eighth round of the 2007 Superbike World Championship season ...
2007 Phillip Island Superbike World Championship Round
... The 2007 Phillip Island Superbike World Championship round was the second round of the 2007 Superbike World Championship season ...
BMW S1000RR - Superbike World Championship
... On 25 September 2008, Australian former double Superbike World Champion Troy Corser signed to complete the team's two-rider lineup for 2009 ... In the 2009 Superbike World Championship season, the highest race result achieved by Corser was fifth place in the Czech Republic, and Xaus achieved seventh ... BMW Motorrad team was the first to secure a win for the S1000RR in World Superbike competition at the British round in Donington Park ...
Petronas FP1
... decided to race the motorcycle in the Superbike World Championship instead ... FIM homologation, thus making it the first Malaysian-built Superbike ... Petronas joined forces with four-time Superbike World champion Carl Fogarty to form a racing team — Foggy Petronas Racing — to participate in the ...

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