Phillip Island WSBK Test with Steve English

Posted on 22 Feb, 2016 by Scott Jones

No sooner had MotoGP departed from the Phillip Island GP Circuit than the WSBK crew took over for their final test of the pre-season. Round one of the 2016 WSBK championship begins on Friday!

At great expense, PhotoGP arranged for Steve English to remain in Australia until he begins his new career as one of the official WSBK commentators alongside Greg Haines. How he will continue to produce his high level of photos from the commentary booth is a mystery we will watch unfold with great interest. Thanks again for these shots, Steve!

Above, 2015 WSBK champ Jonathan Rea sports the Number 1 on his Kawasaki like a proper motorbike racer. Well done, JR.


Josh-Brookes--Phillip-Island-WSBK-Test-Steve-English2015 British Superbike champ Josh Brookes has stepped up to WSBK on the new Milwaukee BMW team alongside former MotoGP rider Karel Abraham.


Nicky-Hayden-box-Phillip-Island-WSBK-Test-Steve-EnglishSpeaking of former MotoGP riders, Nicky Hayden is looking good on the Fireblade so far.


Nicky-Hayden-pit-Phillip-Island-WSBK-Test-Steve-EnglishRumors that the Honda Superbike is actually faster than the Honda customer MotoGP bike are merely that – rumors.


Alex-De-Angelis--Phillip-Island-WSBK-Test-Steve-EnglishStill speaking of former MotoGP riders, Alex De Angelis will contest the WSBK championship on the Aprilia RSV4 1000 F.


Sylvain-Guintoli-Phillip-Island-WSBK-Test-Steve-EnglishFormer WSBK Champ Sylvain Guintoli is also a former MotoGP rider. This season he’ll be aboard a Yamaha.


Alex-Lowes-Phillip-Island-WSBK-Test-Steve-EnglishAlex Lowes, while not a former MotoGP rider, is the twin brother of a current Moto2 rider, Sam Lowes.

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