The best of the 2019 campaign is yet to come. Who will get his hands on the title this year? Keep watching WorldSBK and find it out!
It was a weekend that was dominated by records, clashes and battles – of which the Independent teams have been well and truly a part of!
The reigning four-time WorldSBK Champion also said that Alvaro Bautista proves he isn’t super-human, so is it really game on?
The Italian was back in good form at Jerez, although a misdemeanour with Chaz Davies left a bitter-sweet taste lingering
The Frenchman made his mark with ninth place at Jerez, a credit to him and the Ten Kate Racing – Yamaha squad!
The charismatic Spaniard was back inside the top ten, making it nine top tens from the last eleven races in WorldSBK!
A rapid Razgatlioglu has made up a staggering 53 places from his starting positions in 2019, making him one to watch every weekend!
The German rookie put in a strong display to finish sixth at Jerez, his best result in WorldSBK in only his first season!
Having his championship lead cut to just 41 points, the WorldSBK Championship race has exploded into life following Bautista’s Race 2 fall!
Michael van der Mark conquered Jerez ahead of Rea and Razgatlioglu as Bautista, Davies and Melandri all suffer crashes!