World Superbike 2020/2021

The Official Book

World Superbike 2020/2021
Format: Hardback, 192 Pages
ISBN: 9788879118507
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Relive all the most important moments of the last two WorldSBK seasons in the 2020/2021 Official Yearbook, which includes the analysis of every single round and of all the different classes of the Championship.

While the 2020 season saw yet another success for the Rea-Kawasaki duo which, among the manufacturers, prevailed by only one point over Ducati, the 2021 World Championship lived on the close fight between the "usual" Rea and Toprak Razgatlioglu with the Yamaha. But the World Superbike 2020-2021: The Official Book, in addition to the sports news, also reviews the technical aspects of the motorcycles protagonists of the World Championship, dedicating a specific chapter to the World Champion and not neglecting statistics and records, all using a photographic repertoire of extraordinary charm and suggestion.

The author

An accomplished presenter, commentator and writer, Michael Hill has been the FIM Superbike World Championship Paddock Show host and co-ordinator for the past five years. With a decade of WorldSBK paddock life under his belt, he continues to bring his unique style of commentary and interviewing to the stage, entertaining fans of World Superbike around the globe. He provides written text for the Official Race Programmes, the official Marketing Book compiled each year by DORNA, and for the second year is the author of WorldSBK’s Official Yearbook. In addition to WorldSBK, Michael continues to work within the MotoGP, MotoAmerica, and ASBK paddocks and hosts the annual Day of Champions for Two Wheels For Life at Silverstone.

Reader reviews


Format: Hardback, 192 Pages
ISBN: 9788879118507
Illustrations: color photos
Size: 9.56 in x 10.62 in / 242.82 mm x 269.75 mm

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