01 March 2009 Ben Spies makes up for his disappointment in race one with an impressive victory for Yamaha in race two; Noriyuki Haga and Leon Haslam complete the podium. 
01 March 2009 Noriyuki Haga snatches victory from Max Neukirchner just two corners from the finish in an exciting first World Superbike race of the season. 
01 March 2009 Seven riders lead the first World Supersport race of the season at Phillip Island, but only Kenan Sofuoglu is in the right place at the chequered flag. 
02 November 2008 It's the end of an era for Troy Bayliss as he ends his World Superbike career with two dominant wins. 
02 November 2008 Troy Bayliss eases to victory in Portugal as rivals embark on an entertaining scrap behind him.
05 October 2008 Troy Bayliss shows exactly why he is the 2008 World Superbike Champion with a fighting victory in the second race at Magny-Cours.
05 October 2008 Troy Bayliss is the 2008 World Superbike Champion
21 September 2008 Noriyuki Haga wins but Troy Bayliss is unable to quite wrap up the World Superbike title at Vallelunga.
21 September 2008 Noriyuki Haga surges to fifth win of the season after intense tussle with Max Biaggi.
07 September 2008 Ryuichi Kiyonari swins to victory in the second World Superbike race at Donington Park.
07 September 2008 Troy Bayliss remains composed through the carnage, heading Tom Sykes and Max Biaggi in a race that was stopped twice and had just 14 finishers.
03 August 2008 Ryuichi Kiyonari wins his second World Superbike win of the day at Brands Hatch.
03 August 2008 Ryuichi Kiyonari prevails after an intense race-long tussle with Troy Bayliss.
20 July 2008 Troy Bayliss wins World Superbike race two at Brno in the Czech Republic.
20 July 2008 Troy Bayliss breaks his Brno duck with a fighting ride in the Czech Republic.
29 June 2008 Ruben Xaus wins a restarted World Superbike race two at Misano ahead of Sterilgarda Ducati team-mate Max Biaggi.
29 June 2008 Max Neukirchner beats Troy Corser for close race one victory at Misano.
15 June 2008 Noriyuki Haga is classed as the winner of the second WSBK race of the weekend at the Nurburgring, despite Troy Corser leading at the end...
15 June 2008 He may have six pins in his collarbone but that didn't stop Nori Haga from a superb win in Germany.
01 June 2008 Carlos Checa takes his first win in ten years... then follows it up with a second later in the day.