WSBK Interviews. Page 2



  • January 1901

    Open article EXCLUSIVE Leon Haslam - Q&A [2]
    1 January 1901: Leon Haslam talks to Crash.net about his coming year as a World Superbike rider with Stiggy Honda.


  • November 2008

    Open article Carlos Checa – Q&A EXCLUSIVE.
    28 November 2008: Carlos Checa speaks exclusively to Crash.net about his first season in World Superbikes, his feelings about MotoGP and his expectations for 2009.


  • October 2008

    Open article Troy Bayliss - Q&A. [21]
    7 October 2008: An interview with newly crowned triple World Superbike champion Troy Bayliss.


  • September 2008

    Open article EXCLUSIVE Troy Bayliss and retirement – Q&A. [4]
    9 September 2008: Troy Bayliss has just three rounds and six races left of his glittering career. Here he looks ahead to what he thinks about what retirement may bring.

  • Open article Jack Valentine (Rizla) - Q&A: EXCLUSIVE.
    4 September 2008: Rizla Suzuki team manager Jack Valentine looks ahead to this weekend's wild-card appearance at the Donington Park round of the World Superbike Championship.

  • Open article Jack Valentine (Rizla) - Q&A, EXCLUSIVE.
    4 September 2008: Rizla Suzuki team manager Jack Valentine looks ahead to this weekend's wild-card appearance at the Donington Park round of the World Superbike Championship.

  • Open article WSS: Eugene Laverty - Q&A, EXCLUSIVE. [1]
    3 September 2008: Eugene Laverty looks ahead to his World Supersport bow at Donington Park.


  • August 2008

    Open article Alex Hofmann – Q&A, EXCLUSIVE.
    27 August 2008: Alex Hofmann talks to Crash.net about Aprilia's World Superbike project as he stakes his claim for a ride in 2009.


  • July 2008

    Open article EXCLUSIVE Davide Tardozzi (Ducati) – Q&A. [3]
    31 July 2008: Ducati team boss Davide Tardozzi speaks exclusively to Crash.net.

  • Open article EXCLUSIVE Peter Mueller (BMW) - Q&A. [1]
    16 July 2008: Peter Mueller, BMW Motorrad's Executive Vice President of Development and Model Lines, speaks exclusively to Crash.net about BMW's hopes for the future, their all-new Superbike and why Ruben Xaus was their number one choice of rider for 2009...


  • May 2008

    Open article Q&A: Tommy Hill ready to return. [2]
    20 May 2008: "The only thing I remember was my leg spinning around, and from there I knew I had a big problem. I honestly thought I had lost my leg" - Tommy Hill.


  • February 2008

    Open article Q&A: Jonny Rea - EXCLUSIVE.
    18 February 2008: Northern Irishman ready to take on the 'axe-murderers' on the international scene...


  • October 2007

    Open article Q&A: Troy Bayliss. [4]
    10 October 2007: Troy Bayliss has had a tough year on board his Xerox Ducati. The 999 has bowed out gracefully from competition and is due to be replaced by the 1098. Bayliss was determined to make his last season on the new machine really count for something as he told motorsport commentator Jonathan Green...

  • Open article Q&A: Tommy Hill - EXCLUSIVE.
    6 October 2007: British Superbike rider Tommy Hill has slotted comfortably into the SSP Yamaha World Supersport team, picking up two fifth place finishes for them. With the Championship now on it's final round he is determined to grab a podium finish. Hill is still looking for a ride for next year but he did hint at his options when he spoke to Crash.net Radio at Magny-Cours...

  • Open article Q&A: Tommy Hill - EXCLUSIVE.
    6 October 2007: British Superbike rider Tommy Hill has slotted comfortably into the SSP Yamaha World Supersport team, picking up two fifth place finishes for them. With the Championship now on it's final round he is determined to grab a podium finish. Hill is still looking for a ride for next year but he did hint at his options when he spoke to Crash.net Radio at Magny-Cours…..


  • September 2007

    Open article Q&A: Tommy Hill - EXCLUSIVE.
    12 September 2007: Virgin Media Optoma Loans Yamaha rider, Tommy Hill once again stepped up to the World Supersport mark and took a fifth place finish for the SSP Yamaha team. He is finishing the season with the team while figuring out what his options are next year as he told Crash.net Radio at the Eurospeedway in Germany…

  • Open article Q&A: Broc Parkes - EXCLUSIVE.
    12 September 2007: Following an injury plagued season, Broc Parkes has finally shaken off his troubles and put together back to back race wins at Brands Hatch and the Eurospeedway in Germany. He was pleased to finally get his season back on track...

  • Open article Q&A: Tommy Hill - EXCLUSIVE.
    12 September 2007: Virgin Media Optoma Loans Yamaha rider, Tommy Hill once again stepped up to the World Supersport mark and took a fifth place finish for the SSP Yamaha team. He is finishing the season with the team while figuring out what his options are next year as he told Crash.net Radio at the Eurospeedway in Germany...

  • Open article Q&A: Broc Parkes - EXCLUSIVE.
    12 September 2007: Following an injury plagued season, Broc Parkes has finally shaken off his troubles and put together back to back race wins at Brands Hatch and the Eurospeedway in Germany. He was pleased to finally get his season back on track…….

  • Open article Q&A: Fonsi Nieto - EXCLUSIVE.
    9 September 2007: Fonsi Nieto secured his first career pole position in World Superbikes at the EuroSpeedway in Germany for round eleven of the Championship. The weather was a lottery but Nieto got on track just before the rain really kicked in and used the dry conditions to his advantage as he explained to Crash.net Radio...

  • Open article Q&A: Fonsi Nieto - EXCLUSIVE.
    9 September 2007: Fonsi Nieto secured his first career pole position in World Superbikes at the EuroSpeedway in Germany for round eleven of the Championship. The weather was a lottery but Nieto got on track just before the rain really kicked in and used the dry conditions to his advantage as he explained to Crash.net Radio...


  • August 2007

    Open article EXCLUSIVE Q&A: Roger Burnett. [5]
    8 August 2007: Roger Burnett has the tough job of managing Britain's top riders. He was kept busy at Brands Hatch dealing with James Toseland, Neil Hodgson and Jonathan Rea. He told Crash.net what their plans are...

  • Open article Q&A: Roger Burnett - EXCLUSIVE.
    8 August 2007: Roger Burnett has the tough job of managing Britain's top riders. He was kept busy at Brands Hatch dealing with James Toseland, Neil Hodgson and Jonathan Rea. He told Crash.net what their plans are...

  • Open article EXCLUSIVE Q&A: James Toseland.
    2 August 2007: Ahead of the real race at Brands Hatch this coming weekend, James Toseland took part in a radio control bike race. He won that race and is hoping that his weekend continues in the same winning vein as he told Crash.net Radio exclusively following the event…….

  • Open article Q&A: James Toseland - EXCLUSIVE
    2 August 2007: Ahead of the real race at Brands Hatch this coming weekend, James Toseland took part in a radio control bike race. He won that race and is hoping that his weekend continues in the same winning vein as he told Crash.net Radio exclusively following the event...


  • July 2007

    Open article Q&A: Steve Martin – EXCLUSIVE.
    21 July 2007: Speaking exclusively to Crash.net Radio at Brno, Steve Martin has revealed plans to race for the Virgin Media Optoma Loans team at the last four rounds of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship and for Yamaha France at the Brands Hatch World Superbike round....


  • April 2007

    Open article Q&A: Ronald Ten Kate - EXCLUSIVE.
    18 April 2007: The Hannspree Ten Kate Honda team had a productive weekend at Valencia. They took wins in both Supersport and Superbike, plus their substitute rider Andrew Pitt who is replacing the injured Sebastien Charpentier finished in second place. Ronald Ten Kate the team manger gave Crash.net a run down on their weekend……

  • Open article Q&A: Ducati's 1200cc plans - EXCLUSIVE.
    16 April 2007: "We wish to continue in World Superbikes, it is not necessarily an ultimatum [to quit], but we would like for the regulations in the future to be fair and in our opinion the 1200cc bike would put the twins on the same level as the fours..."

  • Open article Q&A: Ducati's 1200cc plans - EXCLUSIVE.
    16 April 2007: There has been a lot of speculation over the possibility of Ducati leaving World Superbike should their proposed 1200cc machine not be allowed to race due to current rules...


  • March 2007

    Open article Q&A: Steve Martin – EXCLUSIVE.
    31 March 2007: Steve Martin and his DFX Treme Honda team have being having funding problems which left his ride for this weekend in jeopardy. He is now on a race by race deal for the next three rounds as he explained to Crash.net Radio.

  • Open article Q&A: Max Biaggi – EXCLUSIVE.
    30 March 2007: World Superbike rookie and former MotoGP star, Max Biaggi, had a chat with Crash.net Radio about his start to the 2007 season, his hobbies away from the track and more...

  • Open article Q&A: Ronald Ten Kate – EXCLUSIVE.
    30 March 2007: Hannspree Ten Kate Honda has enjoyed a dream start to the 2007 World Superbike and World Supersport seasons, leading both championships heading into this weekend's third round at Donington Park...

  • Open article Q&A: Ronald Ten Kate – EXCLUSIVE.
    30 March 2007: Hannspree Ten Kate Honda has enjoyed a dream start to the 2007 World Superbike and World Supersport seasons, leading both championships heading into this weekend's third round at Donington Park...

  • Open article Q&A: Roberto Rolfo – EXCLUSIVE.
    30 March 2007: Roberto Rolfo has had a steady start to his second World Superbike season, in which he is riding along current championship leader James Toseland in the Hannspree Ten Kate Honda squad.

  • Open article Q&A: Roberto Rolfo – EXCLUSIVE.
    30 March 2007: Roberto Rolfo has had a steady start to his second World Superbike season, in which he is riding along current championship leader James Toseland in the Hannspree Ten Kate Honda squad.

  • Open article Q&A: Dean Ellison - EXCLUSIVE.
    29 March 2007: Dean Ellison faces a steep learning curve in 2007, after embarking on his maiden campaign in World Superbikes with Team Pedercini. He is hoping to put a trying start to the season behind him as the series arrives on home soil at Donington Park this weekend.

  • Open article Q&A: James Toseland - EXCLUSIVE.
    26 March 2007: Current World Superbike Championship leader James Toseland is approaching the upcoming British round at Donington Park with a good deal of optimism, following a stellar start to the campaign that has seen him notch up a brace of wins and two second places.

  • Open article Q&A: James Toseland.
    15 March 2007: James Toseland is determined to hold onto and extend his World Superbike Championship lead at the first of his home rounds at Donington Park on the 1st April. Apart from racing he has been busy with his music as he told Crash.net Radio….


  • July 2006

    Open article Q&A: Troy Bayliss.
    27 July 2006: "I could fall off tomorrow and break my leg and then the year would be over. You take every day as it comes and I'm not going to pussy foot around for tenth position - I'm here to win" - Troy Bayliss.


  • October 2005

    Open article EXCLUSIVE Q&A: James Toseland.
    27 October 2005: Less than a day after being officially announced as a Winston Ten Kate Honda rider for the 2006 World Superbike season, Crash.net collared James Toseland to ask the former champion all about his new deal, his thoughts on the return of 2001 champ Troy Bayliss and much more...


  • June 2004

    Open article Q&A: James Toseland.
    9 June 2004: James Toseland heads to Silverstone this weekend for the first of two British rounds of the 2004 World Superbike championship, holding a slender championship lead over Ducati Fila team-mate Regis Laconi.


  • September 2003

    Open article Q&A: Neil Hodgson - World Champion
    10 September 2003: Just hours after stepping off the Assen podium with the 2003 World Superbike Championship trophy in his hands, Ducati Fila's Neil Hodgson faced up to the usual barrage of questions. What did it feel like to be champion? Where was he going for 2004? How much did the technical package help? How great was the influence of a return to the BSB? It's all here....


  • August 2003

    Open article Q&A: Neil Hodgson.
    30 August 2003: Heading into next weekend's Assen World Superbike round with the world title on his mind, Neil Hodgson could be forgiven for feeling the pressure. However, he has other things to consider in the build-up to what could be the best weekend of his life.


  • November 2002

    Open article Q&A: Eric Bostrom.
    20 November 2002: Poised to tackle a compelling season of AMA and World Superbikes as well as the occasional wild card ride in the new-look MotoGP series, Eric Bostrom is rapidly becoming a major player in world motorcycle racing. However, he remains a down-to-earth individual, with plenty of time for his many fans. When Cadari Taylor, a student at Oakland University, e-mailed ericbostrom.com and asked to interview 'Boss Hogg' for a class project, the Kawasaki favourite had little hesitation in replying


  • May 2002

    Open article Q&A: Claudio Domenicali, Ducati Corse MD.
    8 May 2002: Questions to and answers from Ducati Corse managing director Claudio Domenicali in the build up to the Monza round of the World Superbike championship.


  • March 2002

    Open article Q&A: Troy Bayliss
    21 March 2002: Troy Bayliss, after his wins at Valencia at the start to the World Superbike championship, is looking good as he heads to his home race at Philip Island.


  • January 2002

    Open article Q&A: Troy Corser - Foggy Petronas
    22 January 2002: Troy Corser will be riding for Carl Fogarty's new World Superbike team in 2002. He tells us a bit about how the team is fitting together and what he gets up to in his spare time.
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