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Motorcycles Superbike World Championship 2020: Overview of riders, teams and rider changes

08:30  03 october  2019
08:30  03 october  2019 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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All five factory teams have confirmed their riders for next season, with some bringing in new additions for a better crack at the coveted WorldSBK crown. On the other side of the Kawasaki garage, Alex Lowes will be sitting next to the 2019 reigning World Champion .

View the latest results for World Superbike 2020 . Drivers, constructors and team results for the top racing series from around the world at the click of your finger. Pos. Rider .

In der Saison 2020 gibt es einige neue Fahrer/Motorrad-Paarungen © LAT In the 2020 season there are some new rider / motorcycle pairings

World Champion Jonathan Rea remains loyal to Kawasaki but gets a new teammate. Ducati continues to rely on Chaz Davies and joins Scott Redding with another Briton. And with Toprak Razgatlioglu, Yamaha signed a new teammate for Michael van der Mark.

There are some new constellations for the 2020 season. Here is the current overview of the drivers and teams of the WSBK season 2020 with all confirmed pilots.

overview: drivers and teams for the WSBK season 2020:

Kawasaki: Jonathan Rea, Alex Lowes (TBA)

Ducati: Chaz Davies, Scott Redding

Yamaha: Michael van der Mark, Toprak Razgatlioglu

BMW: Tom Sykes, Eugene Laverty

Honda: Alvaro Bautista, Takumi Takahashi (TBA)

GRT-Yamaha: Federico Caricasulo (TBA), ???

Ten-Kate-Yamaha: Loris Baz (TBA), ???

Pedercini-Kawasaki: Jordi Torres, Lorenzo Savadori

Barni-Ducati: ???

Go-Eleven-Ducati: ???

Orelac-Kawasaki: ???

jaw - ???: ???, ???

BMW presents Superbike Team 2020 with Sykes and Laverty .
© BMW Tom Sykes and Eugene Laverty drive in the WSBK 2020 season for BMW BMW has its team for the 2020 season of the Superbike World Championship at the EICMA motorcycle fair in Milan (WSBK) officially presented. In addition to ex-champion Tom Sykes, who will stay on board for a second season, Eugene Laverty will be added. The Northern Irishman succeeds Markus Reiterberger in the BMW works team. Sykes and Laverty will tackle the 2020 WSBK season with a revised version of the BMW S1000 RR.

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