As history was made in France, take a look back over some of the best moments
On Board Lap
Eugene Laverty (Milwaukee Aprilia) takes you on a lap of the 4.4km circuit, talking you through all the technical turns and explaining how you can get the best out of a lap around the French circuit.
WorldSBK mechanics working hard behind the scenes #FrenchWorldSBK
It’s not just the riders who work hard in the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship, take a look at how hard the mechanics work to help their riders get the most out of their machines.
Riding Style comparison
Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours is a popular circuit with many riders, with the tight corners and flip-flop chicanes. Take a look at how different riders tackle the French circuit with the riding style comparison videos from the weekend.
Savadori crash in SP2
Pushing for another front row start in a wet Superpole Two, Lorenzo Savadori (Milwaukee Aprilia) was thrown from his RSV4 RF which put his session to a swift end. Luckily, the Italian was able to walk away from the crash unhurt, and went on to take a top 11 finish.
Rea takes record breaking third consecutive WorldSBK title
Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team) made history in Magny-Cours, as he became the first rider to take three back to back world championships in the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship. Take a look at the highlights of his career and season so far.
Top five race highlights
With five races all telling a different dramatic story in France, you can relive them all and take a look at the highlights. WorldSBK welcomed two different winners with two very different outcomes, WorldSSP saw some heroic riding and a debut winner, WorldSSP300 was as close and nail-biting as ever, and we were treated to a new winner in STK1000 this season.
With a performance nothing short of authoritative, Chaz Davies (Aruba.it Racing- Ducati) was clearly elated to take the victory in Race Two at the Pirelli French Round, take a look back over his celebrations.