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Go Eleven leaves Sterilgarda.

Sterilgarda Go Eleven will be known simply as Team Sterilgarda during the 2009 World Superbike season, after its partnership with Go Eleven 'expired'.

Go Eleven, which manages Ruben Xaus, teamed up with Marco Borciani's satellite Ducati outfit at the end of last season. Xaus will ride for BMW next season.

BSB champion Shane Byrne and Alex Polita will form Sterilgarda's all-new 2009 World Superbike line-up.


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Daniel Loveridge

November 12, 2008 10:34 AM

Crash should do a "meet the sponsors" segment over the course of a season so we know what they are as "Go Eleven" means nothing to me. I remember back when Biaggi was sponsored by "Chesterfield" - I thought it was a brand of teabags!



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