2011 - 15th World Superbike - BMW
2010 - 11th World Superbike - BMW
2009 - 13th World Superbike - BMW
2008 - 2nd World Superbike - Yamaha
2007 - 5th World Superbike - Yamaha
2006 - 4th World Superbike - Suzuki
2005 - 1st World Superbike - Suzuki
2004 - 9th World Superbike - Petronas
2003 - 12th World Superbike - Petronas
2001 - 4th World Superbike - Aprilia
2000 - 3rd World Superbike - Aprilia
1999 - 3rd World Superbike - Ducati
1998 - 3rd World Superbike - Ducati
1997 - 23rd 500cc MotoGP - Yamaha
1996 - 1st World Superbike - Ducati
1995 - 2nd World Supperbike - Ducati
1994 - 11th World Superbike - Ducati
1994 - 1st AMA Superbike - Ducati
1993 - 1st Australian Superbike - Honda
1992 - 33rd World Superbike - Yamaha
Since he campaigned the 2002 MotoGP Championship as a rookie, John Hopkins has competed with a variety of classes and teams. Now, the American returns to World Superbike with Crescent Suzuki in search of his first world title. Read more on the John Hopkins racer bio page.
Son of the legendary Ron Haslam, Leon Haslam is poised to make his own mark on motorcycle racing history as a leading contender for the World Superbike Championship. Read more on the Leon Haslam bio page for career highlights, pictures, and news.
Carlos Checa's first 500GP victory came at Catalunya, ahead of GP legend, Mick Doohan. A long Grand Prix career ensued, with Checa currently contesting the World Superbike championship. Learn more on the Carlos Checa bio page.
Following a successful stint in World Supersport which included back-to-back runner-up finishes, Eugene Laverty is quickly building a reputation in the premier world championship. Learn more about the Irishman on the Eugene Laverty bio page.