World Superbike 2018/2019

The Official Book

World Superbike 2018/2019
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Format: Hardback, 192 Pages
ISBN: 9788879117371
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The 2018 FIM Superbike World Championship will go down in history as the season Jonathan Rea became the new, undisputed King of WorldSBK.

A fourth consecutive World Championship title saw Rea reach seventy-one career wins, surpassing the longstanding record set by Carl Fogarty. Standing on the podium twenty-two times in 2018, the quadruple champ was unstoppable, starting the season steadily before building an unassailable 545 points advantage by the time the final chequered flag was waived.

Records were also broken in qualifying. Tom Sykes, also Kawasaki mounted, became the most successful rider in Tissot-Superpole, ending the season with forty-eight career Pole Positions.

The highs and lows from all thirteen rounds are relived like never before in this official season review. Full analysis of WorldSSP, WorldSSP300 and STK1000 are also included, as is a look at each of the manufacturers that took part in all four championship classes. Exclusive photos, as well as dedicated sections that look back at the history of WorldSBK, the tyres, and the Champions, make the 2018 World Superbike Official Yearbook one for your collection!

The author

Giorgio Nada Editore is the leading Italian publisher of motoring books since 1988.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 192 Pages
ISBN: 9788879117371
Illustrations: color photos
Size: 10.6 in x 9.56 in / 269.24 mm x 242.82 mm
Edition: First Edition
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