Official review of the 1992 Superbike World Championship. Reigning champion Doug Polen was back to renew his fierce rivalry with fellow Ducati rider Raymond Roche, but the pair would be pushed all the way by other Superbike stars including Aaron Slight, Giancarlo Falappa, Rob Phillis and Britain's own Carl Fogarty. The programme features action from all 13 rounds of the championship, covering 26 races in 11 different countries.
Highlights from the annual World Superbike in 2003 showing the winning performance from British biker Neil Hodgson, and over three hours of action, controversy and crashes from throughout the season. Behind-the-scenes interviews are also included.
A review of a season of joy and disappointment that ended with James Toseland managing to wrestle the 2004 Superbike World Championship title away from team mate and rival Regis Laconi, becoming the youngest ever champion.
Highlights from the 2008 World Superbike Championship, as Troy Bayliss attempted to win his third World Championship before retiring, while 'Nitro' Nori Haga and Max Biaggi tried to stop him.
Highlights from the 2009 World Superbike Championship. As the season got underway, all eyes were on Ducati's Nori Haga to deliver that long-awaited first championship title. However, US star Ben Spies was out to spoil the party in his debut season. Spies took his Yamaha R1 to a string of victories to ensure his battle with Haga would remain on a knife-edge as the pair left the rest of the field standing.
Official review of the 2010 World Superbike Championship event.
Highlights from the 2011 World Superbike Championship, featuring action from all 13 rounds of racing. With defending champion Max Biaggi struggling, the title was up for grabs. Ducati's Carlos Checa led the charge for victory, with riders including Marco Melandri, Eugene Laverty and Tom Sykes in hot pursuit.