Donington Park race two throws up some stunning battles
One of the longest standings tracks on the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship calendar, Donington Park is known for the sensational battles to have been held around there and 1996’s race two is no different.
Decided by half a second over the line, it was an Australasia lock out on the podium, but which legend reigned supreme and signed the weekend off on top? With four competitive manufacturers in Ducati, Kawasaki, Honda and Yamaha there was all to play for in the WorldSBK race.
The second round of the season, it was a battle to the end as riders wanted to make their marks early on in the year. Troy Corser was crowned champion that season, but was this a race that helped him secure that crown? Take a look all with the WorldSBK VideoPass!