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  1. ten Kate: There are ten potential winners
  2. ten Kate: There could be ten potential winners
  3. Biaggi 'convinced' of Aprilia's 'real potential'
  4. Ducati confirms revised team structure
  5. WSS: Chaz Davies secures full-time Triumph seat
  6. BMW officially confirms Tardozzi acquisition
  7. Tardozzi set for BMW switch, targets wins
  8. WSS: Sofuoglu targets Portimao tests
  9. WSS: Kenan Sofuoglu breaks ankle.
  10. Roger Lee Hayden to World Superbikes
  11. Crutchlow vows to prove his critics wrong
  12. Corser reveals his final career goal
  13. Toseland will be happy ? and fast ? in WSBK
  14. Toseland will be happier ? and fast ? in WSBK
  15. Crutchlow admits he almost went to Moto2
  16. Vermeulen: We've improved Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R
  17. Vermeulen: We improved Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R
  18. Crash.net's top WSBK Riders - Full results
  19. POLL: Greatest WSBK champion 2000-2009?
  20. Vermeulen racks up Kawasaki miles
  21. Crash.net's Top 10 WSBK Riders ? 1st
  22. Crash.net's Top 10 WSBK Riders - 2nd
  23. Crash.net's Top 10 WSBK Riders - 3rd
  24. WSS: Kawasaki continue ZX-6R development
  25. Yamaha loses satellite representation
  26. Crash.net's Top 10 WSBK Riders - 4th
  27. 10% off WSBK, WSS season review DVDs!
  28. Crash.net's Top 10 WSBK Riders - 5th
  29. Toseland aims to pick up where he left off
  30. Toseland aims to pick up from where he left off
  31. Crash.net's Top 10 WSBK Riders - 6th
  32. WSS: Foret lining up Lorenzini, Kawasaki switch
  33. Crash.net's Top 10 WSBK Riders - 7th
  34. Crash.net's Top 10 WSBK Riders - 8th
  35. Pitt thrilled to revive WSBK career
  36. Pitt returns to WSBK on a BMW
  37. Crash.net's Top 10 WSBK Riders - 9th
  38. Crash.net's Top 10 WSBK Riders - 10th
  39. Crash.net's Top Ten WSBK Riders - 10th
  40. Neukirchner close to full fitness again
  41. Vermeulen: Kawasaki has a lot of work to do...
  42. Biaggi warns rivals more to come from Aprilia
  43. Corser lauds BMW's 'incredible achievement' in 2009
  44. Stiggy Honda confirms demise
  45. Crutchlow praises 'phenomenal' rival Laverty
  46. Biaggi steals fastest time of test
  47. Max Attack as Biaggi steals fastest time of test
  48. Haslam paces first day in Valencia
  49. Reitwagen Motorsport reveals WSBK plans
  50. Smrz testing Aprilia in Spain
  51. Byrne back in training after illness
  52. Pirelli pleased as WSBK gets faster.
  53. WSBK stars back on track tomorrow.
  54. Victory for Kawasaki WSBK boss
  55. Guintoli: I'm racing to win
  56. POLL: Who will fly the British flag in 2010?
  57. Toseland: I didn't fail in MotoGP
  58. Vermeulen gets to grips with Kawasaki.
  59. Toseland, Crutchlow to attend NEC show.
  60. Superpole modified for 2010
  61. Play the Crash.net Superbike quiz!
  62. 2010 World Superbike - confirmed signings
  63. Leon Camier confirmed at Aprilia.
  64. Broc Parkes to stay in WSBK.
  65. Gino Rea heads to Asia, then WSS test.
  66. Toseland 'humbled' by honorary doctorate.
  67. Pro Ride hoping for 2010 WSBK return.
  68. Yoshimura Suzuki to WSBK in 2010.
  69. Vermeulen talks Kawasaki debut
  70. Yamaha: We wanted Crutchlow badly!
  71. Vermeulen begins Kawasaki testing
  72. Magny-Cours receives WSBK honour
  73. Vote for the top WSBK rider of 2009!
  74. WSS: Pirro completes Ten Kate Honda line-up
  75. Aprilia testing hampered by poor weather
  76. Haga: I'm ready for 2010!
  77. Guandalini-BRC to join forces, run Aprilias?
  78. WSS: Coghlan wins Spanish Supersport title
  79. POLL: Who should ride second Aprilia in 2010?
  80. Marinelli: Haga is more determined now
  81. Althea announcement swells 2010 WSBK grid
  82. Aprilia: Biaggi's input was fundamental
  83. Shane Byrne signs for Althea Ducati
  84. Tardozzi: Sometimes you need a change
  85. Marinelli to replace Tardozzi at Ducati Xerox
  86. Spies enjoys seamless MotoGP transition
  87. Muggeridge switches to IDM series
  88. Tardozzi confirms Ducati exit.
  89. BMW to join Superstock ranks
  90. WSS: Laverty set to re-sign with Parkalgar
  91. Smrz to stay with Guandalini in 2010
  92. WSS: Laverty poised to re-sign with Parkalgar
  93. ParkinGO World Series announced
  94. WSS: Rea impresses Yamaha on Crutchlow's mount
  95. Yamaha to close down title-winning Supersport effort?
  96. Haga happy with test ? but 'ready to go home'
  97. Haslam excels on Suzuki debut
  98. WSS: Ellison committed to BSB, despite R6 test
  99. Returnee Neukirchner samples new surroundings
  100. Checa, Althea on pace after Ducati switch
  101. Rea: There is still so much potential
  102. Crutchlow drops hints with Portimao pace
  103. Toseland: It's taking time to tame the beast!
  104. Portimao WSBK test times - Wednesday.
  105. PICTURES: Portimao WSBK Test.
  106. Portimao WSBK test times - Tuesday.
  107. Haga improves set-up - after title defeat.
  108. Quick Crutchlow shrugs off 'stupid' crash.
  109. Toseland satisfied with Yamaha R1 debut.
  110. Rea fastest as Portimao test begins
  111. Laconi set for return with DFX
  112. WSS: Ellison, Gino Rea testing for Yamaha
  113. FIRST PIC: James Toseland on Yamaha R1
  114. Toseland: It's taking time to tame the beast!
  115. Portimao WSBK test times - Wednesday.
  116. PICTURES: Portimao WSBK Test.
  117. Rea fastest as Portimao test begins
  118. Portimao WSBK test times - Tuesday.
  119. Haga improves set-up - after title defeat.
  120. Quick Crutchlow shrugs off 'stupid' crash.
  121. Toseland satisfied with Yamaha R1 debut.
  122. PICS: Rea fastest as Portimao test begins
  123. Laconi set for return with DFX
  124. WSS: Ellison, Gino Rea testing for Yamaha
  125. FIRST PIC: James Toseland on Yamaha R1
  126. BSB beckons for Kagayama
  127. WSS: Laverty thrilled with win, praises Crutchlow
  128. Corser: BMW is capable of a podium
  129. Biaggi: Even optimistic fans couldn't predict this!
  130. Injured Sykes exits Yamaha on frustrating note
  131. Tough end to a ?fantastic year' for Haslam
  132. Camier stakes claim for Aprilia ride
  133. Final World Supersport Championship standings
  134. Guintoli hints at potential with top ten debut
  135. Teams look ahead to 2010 with Portimao test
  136. Hapless Xaus suffers another broken leg
  137. Final World Superbike Championship standings
  138. Yamaha celebrates trio of titles
  139. WSS: 'Elated' Crutchlow prepares for Superbikes
  140. Fabrizio feeling sorry for ?winner' Haga
  141. Haga forced to settle for second again
  142. Byrne saves his best until last
  143. Rea savours ?best weekend', despite slip up
  144. Super Spies basks in WSBK title glory
  145. Portimao - Race results (2)
  146. Motorland Aragon - Race results (2)
  147. WSS: Portimao - Race results
  148. Portimao - Race results (1)
  149. Haga crashes out of race one
  150. Spies fastest in warm-up, Haga finds form
  151. Corser targets 'best BMW result' in finale
  152. Spies breaks Polen's pole position record
  153. Haslam overcomes performance deficit for fifth
  154. Fabrizio charged with beating Spies
  155. Haga ?not happy' but bullish about chances
  156. Rea shrugs off delay, confident for races
  157. Byrne raises stock with Portimao front row
  158. Spies: It's not just about me and Nori
  159. Spies on pole, Haga on back foot
  160. Portimao - Superpole qualifying times
  161. WSS: Laverty on pole, Crutchlow poised
  162. WSS: Portimao - Qualifying times
  163. Portimao - Qualifying times (2)
  164. Rea remains fastest ahead of Superpole
  165. Portimao - Qualifying times (2)
  166. WSS: Sofuoglu fastest again, Yamaha fights back
  167. WSS: Portimao - Free practice times (2)
  168. Injured Kiyonari withdraws from final round
  169. Spies takes first blood in Portugal
  170. Byrne hints at reviving Portimao form
  171. Haga: I know we are fast and competitive
  172. Rea feeling confident after pole boost
  173. Rea snatches provisional Portimao pole
  174. Portimao - Qualifying times (1)
  175. WSS: Sofuoglu puts Honda on top in FP1
  176. WSS: Portimao - Free practice times (1)
  177. Injured Nakano forced to curtail season early
  178. Haga ahead of Spies but Smrz fastest of all
  179. Portimao - Free practice times
  180. Injured Nakano forced to curtail season early
  181. Haslam preparing for Suzuki test outing
  182. Eyes on Aprilia to make rider decision
  183. Portimao unveils Craig Jones tribute
  184. WSS: Laverty: May the best man win.
  185. Haslam wants victory challenge, Stiggy down to one.
  186. VIDEO FLASHBACK: 2002 WSBK title showdown.
  187. WSS: Crutchlow: It's not over until it's over.
  188. Ben Spies: Two wins and the title.
  189. Tom Sykes joins Vermeulen at PBM Kawasaki
  190. WSS: Lascorz keen to retain winning feeling
  191. Kiyonari fit for final Ten Kate outing
  192. WSS: Roccoli re-signs with Intermoto Honda
  193. Nakano returns, Aprilia to run three RSV-4s
  194. WSS: Ten Kate ready to hand over crown
  195. BMW determined to win with Corser, Xaus in 2010
  196. Fabrizio throws full support behind Haga
  197. Haga prepares for title D-Day
  198. Checa prepares for Ten Kate swansong
  199. Rea ready for WSBK anniversary
  200. Guintoli: It's a big, but wonderful challenge
  201. Kawasaki announcement soon, Parkes out
  202. Eurosport signs new WSBK contract.
  203. Guintoli to make WSBK debut at Portimao
  204. Carlos Checa switches to Ducati.
  205. Tech 3 confirm early Toseland R1 debut.
  206. WSS: Crutchlow, Laverty test ahead of showdown.
  207. 2010 World Superbike - confirmed signings
  208. ten Kate: We have a dream line-up
  209. Neukirchner confirmed at Ten Kate Honda
  210. Tough Bathurst debut for Troy Bayliss.
  211. Haslam joins Suzuki Alstare for 2010
  212. Guintoli promoted to Suzuki WSBK team
  213. Suzuki Alstare confirms Neukirchner split
  214. Ten Kate Honda swooping for Neukirchner?
  215. World Superbike grid taking shape
  216. Alstare surprised by Neukirchner claims.
  217. Leon Haslam to leave Stiggy.
  218. Provisional 2010 WSBK calendar, Qatar out.
  219. Superstock champion Simeon adds to Ducati joy
  220. WSS: Kawasaki, Lascorz savour popular win
  221. WSS: Laverty down but not out
  222. WSS: Crutchlow puts one hand on trophy
  223. Disappointing weekend for Kawasaki duo
  224. Kagayama: Results are good - but I want more
  225. Corser: I'd have won with BMW last year!
  226. Byrne enjoys ?fun' run to top ten
  227. Bruising weekend for Sykes
  228. Camier ?gutted' but encouraged on Aprilia bow
  229. Spies: The equation is very simple...
  230. Haslam top five keeps Stiggy spirits high
  231. Fabrizio admits error could be costly for Haga
  232. Magny-Cours - WSBK Championship standings
  233. Ducati seals 16th manufacturer crown
  234. Vermeulen talks Kawasaki WSBK switch
  235. OFFICIAL: Vermeulen returns with Kawasaki.
  236. Double podium puts Biaggi on course for fourth
  237. Haga begins countdown to title face-off
  238. History repeats itself for injured Kiyonari
  239. Rea disappointed not to win in France
  240. Faulty tyre undoes Spies victory effort
  241. Magny-Cours - Race results (2)
  242. WSS: Magny-Cours - Race results
  243. Magny-Cours - Race results (1)
  244. Camier up to speed in warm-up
  245. Laconi back on a bike at Magny-Cours
  246. Fabrizio hampered by bike swap
  247. Haga positive despite Superpole setback
  248. Biaggi targets victory from front row
  249. Byrne frustrated by set-up woes
  250. Lap record not enough for nearly-man Rea
  251. Spies: I need Rea to help me out!
  252. Spies keeps eyes on the prize with pole
  253. Magny-Cours - Superpole qualifying times
  254. WSS: Crutchlow reasserts authority with pole
  255. WSS: Magny-Cours - Qualifying times
  256. Suzuki, Kawasaki, Honda courting Haslam?
  257. Fabrizio maintains Magny-Cours dominance
  258. Magny-Cours - Qualifying times (2)
  259. WSS: Lascorz takes charge in France
  260. WSS: Magny-Cours - Free practice times (2)
  261. Fabrizio draws first blood in France
  262. Magny-Cours - Qualifying times (1)
  263. WSS: Sofuoglu fastest as Crutchlow falls
  264. WSS: Magny-Cours - Free practice times (1)
  265. Rea from Haslam in Magny-Cours practice
  266. Magny-Cours - Free practice times
  267. Stiggy ?in the dark' after financial setback
  268. POLL: Did Yamaha choose the right rider line-up?
  269. Lagrive back to Supersport for Magny-Cours
  270. Toseland, Crutchlow pair up for Yamaha
  271. Yamaha ?excited' by all-new line-up
  272. Toseland, Crutchlow pair up for Yamaha WSB
  273. Corser: We can challenge for top six
  274. Neukirchner targeting Portimao return?
  275. Official: Camier to Aprilia for Magny-Cours.
  276. Morais back at Kawasaki in place of Tamada.
  277. Will Fabrizio help Haga this weekend?
  278. Leon Camier to Aprilia at Magny-Cours?
  279. Spies can claim ninth on all-time WSBK win list.
  280. Magny-Cours stats: Haga, Ducati and Yamaha.
  281. WSS: Davies stars on Triumph debut
  282. WSS: Sofuoglu back on top for Ten Kate
  283. WSS: False neutral caused Crutchlow lead fall.
  284. Brake issues force Corser to play safe
  285. Tamada doubtful again for Magny-Cours
  286. Parkes back in top ten despite struggles
  287. Brakes issues force Corser to play safe
  288. Sykes hampered by delays at Imola
  289. Biaggi shrugs off Simoncelli incident
  290. Suzuki Alstare to take Brux to court
  291. Haslam: Rea had me on the grass four times!
  292. Imola - WSBK Championship standings
  293. WSS: Laverty defies pain to slash title lead
  294. Byrne: The factory bikes are very strong
  295. Spies praises Haga, vows to push on
  296. Simoncelli: Either we crash or I pass!
  297. WSS: Sofuoglu celebrates win with new contract
  298. Fabrizio does it again on home turf
  299. Rea: Mistakes, brakes and dog fights
  300. Haga back on form, back in front
  301. Imola - Race results (2)
  302. WSS: Imola - Race results
  303. Imola - Race results (1)
  304. Fabrizio fastest again in warm-up
  305. Yamaha secures Sterilgarda title backing
  306. Byrne feeling poised in seventh
  307. Spies: I blew it in the last section
  308. Haga: I'm going to give 200 per cent!
  309. Rea puts faith in 'good race set-up'
  310. Italian influence inspires Fabrizio again
  311. Fabrizio snatches maiden pole at Imola
  312. Imola - Superpole qualifying times
  313. WSS: Crutchlow denies Sofuoglu for pole
  314. WSS: Imola - Qualifying times
  315. Fabrizio stays fastest, Simoncelli impresses
  316. Imola - Provisional qualifying times
  317. WSS: Imola - Free practice times (2)
  318. WSS: Crutchlow stays fastest despite tumble
  319. Sykes ready to push on despite accident
  320. Track still slippery in places, riders claim
  321. WSS: Imola - Free practice times (2)
  322. Rea moves on from 'Ring, targets Fabrizio
  323. Fabrizio tops delayed Imola practice
  324. Imola - Free practice times
  325. WSS: Crutchlow picks up where he left off
  326. WSS: Imola - Free practice times (1)
  327. Action underway again at Imola
  328. Surface problems force delay at Imola
  329. Rea, Ten Kate Honda extension confirmed
  330. Ducati ?thanks' Rea for beating Spies
  331. Rea, Ten Kate Honda deal imminent
  332. Troy Corser: Pole and podium the goal
  333. Troy Corser: Pole position and podium the goal
  334. WSS: Yamaha eye early Crutchlow title.
  335. Haga, Fabrizio warm-up for Imola at Mugello.
  336. Sykes 'ready to taste the champagne'.
  337. Spies takes title lead to Ducati's backyard.
  338. Sterilgarda: High expectations for Byrne at Imola.
  339. Muggeridge stays at Alstare for Imola.
  340. Stiggy down to two riders for final rounds.
  341. WSS: Laverty: Imola best chance to beat Crutchlow.
  342. Rea gets 'goosebumps' about Imola.
  343. Haga focussing on first Imola win.
  344. Xaus hoping for early Imola return.
  345. Haga and Fabrizio re-signed by Ducati.
  346. Watch Haga on live web-cam at Imola.
  347. Kawasaki bullish about Imola chances
  348. Biaggi: Aprilia needs 'big step' for 2010.
  349. WSS: Chaz Davies joins Triumph BE1.
  350. Bayliss denied V8 endurance debut.
  351. Sterilgarda deny withdrawal rumours
  352. Bayliss denied V8 race debut.
  353. Hopkins suffers head trauma, out for season
  354. Hopkins out for season, won't be replaced
  355. WSS: Nannelli exits BE1 Triumph
  356. Bayliss ready for V8 Supercar race debut.
  357. Nurburgring ? WSBK Championship standings
  358. WSS: Crutchlow charging towards title
  359. Nakano to undergo tests for 'neck pains'
  360. Cooper 'bitterly disappointed' with crashes
  361. Biaggi not feeling good vibrations
  362. Sykes: We need something special now
  363. Corser, BMW inch closer on home soil
  364. Fabrizio title hopes continue to fade
  365. Haslam: It could have been a win
  366. Double podium boosts Checa, Ten Kate
  367. Tamada bangs head, feels 'OK'
  368. Run over Hopkins avoids serious injury
  369. Rea credits 'instruction manual' for turnaround
  370. Haga ?angry', Rea ?sorry but not at fault'
  371. Spies hails Nurburgring turning point
  372. Nurburgring - Race results (2)
  373. WSS: Nurburgring - Race results
  374. Hopkins, Tamada hospitalised
  375. WSS: Nurburgring - Qualifying times
  376. Nurburgring - Race results (1)
  377. WSS: Lascorz re-signs with Kawasaki
  378. Spies signals intent in warm-up
  379. Haslam eyeing podium after front row show
  380. Spies: It's been an uphill battle
  381. Rea happy despite missing maiden pole
  382. Seventh heaven for pole man Haga
  383. Haga cruises to pole number seven
  384. Nurburgring - Superpole qualifying times
  385. WSS: Crutchlow sweeps to 'Ring pole
  386. WSS: Nurburgring - Qualifying times
  387. Haga, Spies resume duel in Q2
  388. Nurburgring - Qualifying times (2)
  389. WSS: Crutchlow moves clear in FP2
  390. WSS: Nurburgring - Free practice times (2)
  391. Haga 'not bothered' by shoulder injury
  392. Rea hails Ten Kate Honda improvements
  393. Ben Spies: WSBK in 2010, MotoGP in 2011
  394. Rea leads Sykes at wet Nurburgring
  395. Nurburgring - Qualifying times (1)
  396. WSS: Crutchlow fastest out of the blocks
  397. WSS: Crutchlow fastest out the blocks
  398. WSS: Nurburgring - Free practice times (1)
  399. Nurburgring - Free practice times (1)
  400. Haga back to full fitness, back in front
  401. Nurburgring - Free practice times (1)
  402. Corser carries BMW hopes, welcomes Cooper.
  403. WSS: Track day test to aid Crutchlow.
  404. WSS: Althea drop O'Halloran after one race
  405. Guandalini back to full strength with Baiocco
  406. Kawasaki, Parkes keen to carry BSB form
  407. Haslam, Hopkins prepared for 'Ring challenge
  408. Sykes 'fired-up' for Nurburgring bow
  409. Muggeridge: I'll give it my best shot
  410. Rea keen to get amongst 'big three'
  411. Spies to give 100 per cent, nothing to lose
  412. Neukirchner ?frustrated' but favours caution
  413. Fabrizio: I need to make up points
  414. Haga 'totally ready' to resume title fight
  415. Briton Cooper gets BMW opportunity
  416. DFX goes solo again, retains Nieto
  417. Celani Suzuki to skip Nurburgring
  418. Muggeridge to replace Neukirchner.
  419. Improving Byrne turning attentions to 2010
  420. Laconi to make Imola appearance
  421. WSS: Crutchlow: I'd prefer a 43-point lead...
  422. Bayliss to make V8 Supercar race debut.
  423. Schwantz: Sky the limit for Spies.
  424. Shoulder pain ends Fabrizio's MotoGP return.
  425. Bayliss continues four-wheel exploration.
  426. Bayliss to be honoured by Imola
  427. Mat Mladin announces retirement.
  428. Meregalli eyeing satellite Yamaha support
  429. PICTURES: Brno, Czech Republic
  430. Crutchlow reveals WSBK, Moto2 options
  431. BMW expected to continue in WSBK
  432. Xaus undergoes successful surgery
  433. WSS: Morais stars on Yamaha debut
  434. WSS: West shrugs off Brno near-miss
  435. WSS: Kawasaki closing on victory return
  436. WSS: Pitt defence ends with a whimper
  437. Lagrive produces best yet for Althea
  438. Tamada finds form on Kawasaki return
  439. Set-up woes continue to hamper Kagayama
  440. WSS: Foret puts demons to rest with Brno win
  441. BMW step forward returns Corser to top five
  442. Brno - WSBK Championship standings
  443. WSS: Laverty closes gap despite race struggle
  444. Haslam, Hopkins draw line under tough weekend
  445. Byrne maintains top ten run at Brno
  446. Xaus confirmed with broken leg
  447. Checa, Rea take advantage with double podium
  448. Biaggi evokes memories with Aprilia win
  449. Heroic Haga frustrated by injury woes
  450. Fabrizio: My fault, I need to stay calmer
  451. Spies shrugs off injured knee for 11th win
  452. Brno - Race results (2)
  453. WSS: Foret battles to fortuitous Brno win
  454. WSS: Brno - Race results
  455. Brno - Race results (1)
  456. Spies quickest in Brno warm-up
  457. WSS: Crutchlow expects Laverty threat
  458. BMW celebrate Superpole breakthrough
  459. Sterilgarda, Byrne: We hope to stun!
  460. Rea overcomes sluggish start to go front row
  461. Biaggi thankful for Brno test
  462. Haga vows to battle through pain barrier
  463. Fabrizio unfazed by pole miss
  464. WSS: Laverty anticipates tyre factor
  465. WSS: Ten Kate ponder dismal qualifying
  466. Spies focused on wins, not championship lead
  467. Spies Czechs opposition for ninth pole
  468. Brno - Superpole qualifying times
  469. Haga to start on row four
  470. Double disappointment for Stiggy in Q1
  471. WSS: Crutchlow eases to Brno pole
  472. WSS: Brno - Qualifying times
  473. Spies quickest but Biaggi stays top overall
  474. Brno - Qualifying times (2)
  475. WSS: Crutchlow remains in charge
  476. WSS: Brno - Free practice times (2)
  477. Fabrizio 'fairly confident' after positive start
  478. Checa in contention at Brno
  479. Haga: I m gritting my teeth!
  480. Biaggi snatches provisional Brno pole
  481. Brno - Qualifying times (1)
  482. Crutchlow on Superbike pace at Brno
  483. WSS: Brno - Free practice times (1)
  484. Biaggi fires warning shot in Brno practice
  485. Brno - Free practice times (1)
  486. Spies ready to fight for title lead.
  487. Yamaha wants Spies, Sykes to stay
  488. Fabrizio targets victory at 'favourite track'
  489. Stiggy duo confident of podium challenge
  490. Kagayama to fly solo for Suzuki at Brno
  491. Guandalini down to one bike, retains Smrz
  492. WSS: O'Halloran gets Althea nod for Brno
  493. Haga passed fit to race at Brno
  494. Rea keen to carry form to Brno
  495. Corser enjoys F1 outing at Nurburgring
  496. WSS: Laverty: Test is just what we needed
  497. WSS: Crutchlow really happy with Imola pace
  498. Byrne eager to maintain ascension
  499. Sykes: I m closing gap on the front now
  500. Neukirchner back on the recovery trail