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2014 World Superbike Season Photo Gallery
Eugene Laverty joins FIXI Crescent Suzuki for the 2014 World Superbike Championship.
See photos from the 2014 World Superbike season in this photo gallery.
MV Agusta Reparto Corse - Yakhnich Motorsport line-up for 2014. Vladimir Leonov (left) and Jules Cluzel (right) will contest World Supersport while Claudio Corti (center) will battle in World Superbike.
Marco Melandri during testing at Jerez aboard his new Aprilia RSV4.
Marco Melandri logged 237 laps over three days of testing at Jerez.
World Superbike is set to return to South Africa in 2014 at Phakisa Freeway.
Aaron Yates will ride for Erik Buell Racing in the 2014 World Superbike Championship.
Geoff May makes his full-time World Superbike debut in 2014 with Erik Buell Racing.
Niccolo Canepa will ride for Althea Racing Ducati in the EVO class aboard an 1199 Panigale in 2014.
Pata Honda riders Jonathan Rea and Leon Haslam turn laps at Losail aboard the new 2014 Fireblade SP.
Jonathan Rea on the new 2014 Fireblade SP in Qatar.
Alex Lowes will ride alongside Eugene Laverty with Voltcom Crescent Suzuki in World Superbike 2014.
Ayrton Badovini will ride for Team Alstare Bimota Racing in the 2014 World Superbike EVO class.
Chaz Davies during pre-season testing at Portimao.
Davide Giugliano with Ducati Superbike Team during pre-season testing at Portimao.
Marco Melandri in the first test of 2014 at Portimao.
Eugene Laverty during pre-season testing at Portimao.
Newcomer to the World Superbike series, Alex Lowes was one of the fastest riders during the first test of 2014 at Portimao.
2014 Ducati Superbike Team (L to R): Davide Giugliano, Serafino Foti, Luigi Dall'Igna, Claudio Domenicali, Paolo Ciabatti, Ernesto Marinelli, Chaz Davies.
Chaz Davies and Davide Giugliano ready for 2014 with Ducati Superbike Team.
2014 Voltcom Suzuki team presentation with riders Eugene Laverty (left) and Alex Lowes (right).
Eugene Laverty topped the timesheet during preseason testing at Phillip Island.
Kenan Sofuoglu was fastest on the World Supersport timesheet during the first day of testing at Phillip Island.
Tom Sykes finished fastest through four sessions of testing at Phillip Island.
Kenan Sofuoglu was fastest in World Supersport through four sessions at Phillip Island.
Aaron Yates of Team Hero EBR during preseason testing at Phillip Island.
Aprilia Racing unveiled its 2014 livery just days before the season opener at Phillip Island.
Sylvain Guintoli's 2014 RSV4.
The 2014 World Superbike grid at Phillip Island.
Phillip Island Race 1 podium with Eugene Laverty (center) in first, Marco Melandri (left) in second and Sylvain Guintoli (right) in third.
Sylvain Guintoli took the Race 2 win at Phillip Island.
Jules Cluzel took the World Supersport win at Phillip Island, giving MV Agusta its first world championship top-step since 1976.
Alex Lowes at Phillip Island. The Voltcom Suzuki rider suffered an ankle injury after an off in practice.
Jonathan Rea picked up a double win at Imola and the following day topped the timesheet in a one-day test at the Italian circuit.
Tom Sykes finished as the fastest rider in a two-day test at Portimao before the mid-season summer break.
Carmelo Ezpeleta seals the deal for the 2014 World Superbike round at Qatar.
Pirelli was confirmed as the official World Superbike Tire Supplier through 2018 during the latter portion of the 2014 season.
Michael van der Mark will move to World Superbike for 2015 and 2016 with Pata Honda.
Tom Sykes scored his fifth pole position of 2014 at Magny-Cours.
The Pata Honda European Junior Cup has announced it will used Honda's CBR650F in 2015.
The CBR650F in racing livery for the 2015 Pata European Junior Cup.
Davide Giugliano took pole position in Qatar.
Sylvain Guintoli will join Pata Honda for the 2015 season.
Jonathan Rea joins Kawasaki Racing Team in 2015.
(L to R) Robert Watherston, Ronald ten Kate, Jonathan Rea, Gerrit ten Kate, Carlo Fiorani. Rea was presented with this montage as a symbol of thanks for the many years he spent with Honda World Superbike, a relationship which ends in 2014.
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