Superbike - World Championships : presentation and medal winners

Information and history

First edition1988
Editions27 (including 2014)
Official nameFIM Superbike World Championship
Wikipedia linkhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superbike_World_Championship
OrganiserFederation Internationale de Motorcyclisme (FIM)
Official websitehttp://www.worldsbk.com/
First winnerUnited StatesUnited States Fred Merkel
Most winsGreat BritainGreat Britain Carl Fogarty (4)
Most recent winnerFranceFrance Sylvain Guintoli





Latest classification

1Rea Jonathan GBR 452
2Davies Chaz GBR 308
3Sykes Tom GBR 279
4Haslam Leon GBR 259
5Torres Jordi SPA 186
6Guintoli Sylvain FRA 162
7Van der Mark Michael NED 125
8Lowes Alexander GBR 112
9Baiocco Matteo ITA 107
10Mercado Leandro Denis ARG 106



Medal winners since 1988 with links to results and winners

2014  1. FranceFrance Sylvain Guintoli  2. Great BritainGreat Britain Tom Sykes  3. Great BritainGreat Britain Jonathan Rea 
2013  1. Great BritainGreat Britain Tom Sykes  2. IrelandIreland Eugene Laverty  3. FranceFrance Sylvain Guintoli 
2012  1. ItalyItaly Max Biaggi  2. Great BritainGreat Britain Tom Sykes  3. ItalyItaly Marco Melandri 
2011  1. SpainSpain Carlos Checa  2. ItalyItaly Marco Melandri  3. ItalyItaly Max Biaggi 
2010  1. ItalyItaly Max Biaggi  2. Great BritainGreat Britain Leon Haslam  3. SpainSpain Carlos Checa 
2009  1. United StatesUnited States Ben Spies 
2008  1. AustraliaAustralia Troy Bayliss 
2007  1. Great BritainGreat Britain James Toseland 
2006  1. AustraliaAustralia Troy Bayliss 
2005  1. AustraliaAustralia Troy Corser 
2004  1. Great BritainGreat Britain James Toseland 
2003  1. Great BritainGreat Britain Neil Hodgson 
2002  1. United StatesUnited States Colin Edwards 
2001  1. AustraliaAustralia Troy Bayliss 
2000  1. United StatesUnited States Colin Edwards 
1999  1. Great BritainGreat Britain Carl Fogarty 
1998  1. Great BritainGreat Britain Carl Fogarty 
1997  1. United StatesUnited States John Kocinski 
1996  1. AustraliaAustralia Troy Corser 
1995  1. Great BritainGreat Britain Carl Fogarty 
1994  1. Great BritainGreat Britain Carl Fogarty 
1993  1. United StatesUnited States Scott Russell 
1992  1. United StatesUnited States Doug Polen 
1991  1. United StatesUnited States Doug Polen 
1990  1. FranceFrance Raymond Roche 
1989  1. United StatesUnited States Fred Merkel 
1988  1. United StatesUnited States Fred Merkel 

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