It’s Saturday 28th March 2020. Right now, I should be commentating live on Eurosport with James Whitham as World Superbike’s finest do their best on a glorious spring afternoon in … Continue reading Corona chaos: bike racing timeline
Motorcycle racing paddocks are exciting, tense and sometimes dangerous places to be, especially when you’re busily rushing around with ten things on your mind at once. But don’t be fooled … Continue reading No rest for the wicked
Two Superbike championships, two completely different starts to the season. Greg takes a look at how the World and British Superbike campaigns have kicked off in 2019, his 11th season … Continue reading What a start!
I recently ran a Twitter poll. Almost 2,000 people voted over 48 hours. The result? An overall majority is pushing for World Superbikes to revert to its old format of … Continue reading The fans: bring back two Sunday races!
My worst case so far of ‘commentator’s curse’ came last weekend. It definitely wasn’t a moment neither I nor the person involved will be forgetting in a hurry. Greg Haines … Continue reading ‘Don’t throw it down the road, Kevin!’
Numbers are synonymous with bike racing. Not only are they a form of recognition for fans, commentators and organisers from trackside and on television graphics but are often regarded as … Continue reading Rules Are Rules: It’s a numbers game
On Friday I’ll travel to Donington Park for Round 6 of this year’s World Superbike Championship. The Leicestershire circuit was the first I ever visited at the age of ten … Continue reading My first trip to Donington
Impromptu pit lane visits added to the drama of the World Superbike Championship at Phillip Island, but should they be introduced on a full-time basis? Greg Haines reports from Barcelona … Continue reading The Clash of Opinions: should pit-stops stay or should they go?
A new year brings with it new hope in the World Superbike Championship. Objectives will vary up and down the field, but here’s just a few of the possible achievements … Continue reading WorldSBK Records: We’re coming to get you in 2018!