World Superbike (Hardcover)

The Official Book 2019-2020

By Michael Hill, Mirco Lazzari (By (photographer))

Giorgio Nada Editore Srl, 9788879117630, 176pp.

Publication Date: February 25, 2020

List Price: 55.00*
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Description

Relive the highs and lows of a thrilling WorldSBK season in the Official 2019 Yearbook, including round-by-round analysis of all three World Championship classes.

Whether you are a fan of Kawasaki or Ducati, green or red, Rea or Bautista, 2019 had something for everyone and ultimately produced one of the greatest duels in WorldSBK history. A look back through the World Superbike archives, as well as an in depth look underneath the fairings of all seven manufacturers that took part in the three World Championship classes enhances what is a must read for any fan. Each World Champion has a dedicated chapter, with a comprehensive rider guide and exclusive never seen before photos.

All of the statistics, all of the records as well as a look back at the riders who remain iconic as far as WorldSBK is concerned are all included in the Official Yearbook of the 2019 Motul FIM Superbike World Championship.
 


About the Author

An accomplished presenter, commentator and writer, Michael Hill has been the FIM Superbike World Championship Paddock Show host and co-ordinator for the past five years. With a decade of WorldSBK paddock life under his belt, he continues to bring his unique style of commentary and interviewing to the stage, entertaining fans of World Superbike around the globe. He provides written text for the Official Race Programmes, the official Marketing Book compiled each year by DORNA, and for the second year is the author of WorldSBK’s Official Yearbook. In addition to WorldSBK, Michael continues to work within the MotoGP, MotoAmerica, and ASBK paddocks and hosts the annual Day of Champions for Two Wheels For Life at Silverstone.

Born in 1961, Mirco Lazzari is a motorsport photographer since 1989. From 2001 he has been following the MOTOGP races, and from 2004, he has covered some Formula 1 races too. He has been awarded with several prizes. Among them are the Fuji Sport Award for the Sport category (2004), the FIM Award in 2004, the Mild Seven Renault F1 for the English event of the 2006 season, the Confartigianato Prize in 2006 and the Bandini Prize in 2008. Lazzari’s pictures, distributed in the past from Grazia Neri photo agency and from Getty Images today, are published on the most important newspapers and magazines - both in Italy and worldwide - as well as on motorsport books.