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World Superbike entry list for 1988

By Dan Moakes
February 16 2007

1988 World Superbike leading entries:

no. rider entrant bike
1 Virginio Ferrari ITA Honda RC30
2 Davide Tardozzi ITA# Bimota SpA Bimota YB4EI
6 Stéphane Mertens BEL# Bimota SpA Bimota YB4EI
3 Joey Dunlop NIR Shell Gemini-HRC Honda RC30
4 Michael Dowson AUS Marlboro Dealer Team Yamaha Yamaha
25 Mick Doohan AUS Marlboro Dealer Team Yamaha Yamaha FZR
7 Anders Andersson SVE Team Suzuki Sweden Suzuki GSX-R
8 Kenny Irons ENG+ Bridge Garages (Exeter) Honda RC30
8 Gary Goodfellow NZL# Don Knit Sugano Yoshimura Suzuki GSX-R
9 Roger Burnett ENG# Honda UK Honda RC30
10 Fabrizio Pirovano ITA# Yamaha FZR
11 Roger Marshall ENG Padgett’s of Batley Suzuki
12 Robert Scolyer AUS Honda
15 Jari Suhonen FIN# Arwidson Racing Yamaha FZR
17 Fred Merkel USA# Rumi Honda RC30
17 Eric Delcamp FRA Kawasaki France Kawasaki GPX
19 Adrien Morillas FRA# Kawasaki France Kawasaki GPX
18 Andy McGladdery ENG Francis Neill Motors Suzuki GSX-R
32 Malcolm Campbell AUS# Honda
32 Yukiya Oshima JAP Suzuki
32 Rob Phillis AUS Team Kawasaki Australia Kawasaki GPX
33 Terry Rymer ENG Sterns Disco Honda RC30
36 Ken’ichiro Iwahashi JAP Honda
39 Marco Lucchinelli ITA# Cagiva Ducati 851
44 Edwin Weibel SUI# Muhlenbach Honda
45 Alex Vieira POR# Honda France Honda RC30
46 Christophe Bouheben FRA# Honda France Honda RC30
Ernst Gschwender BRD Suzuki
Aaron Slight NZL Super Angel Racing Team Bimota YB4

+ Irons was killed in a racing crash
# Tardozzi also raced number 1
# Mertens also raced number 8
# Goodfellow also raced number 11
# Burnett also raced number 26
# Pirovano also raced numbers 83, 12, 3 and 7
# Suhonen also raced number 11
# Merkel also raced numbers 73, 8, 27, 4 and 39
# Morillas also raced numbers 47 and 14
# Campbell also raced number 3
# Lucchinelli also raced numbers 15 and 2
# Weibel also raced number 23
# Vieira also raced numbers 17 and 6
# Bouheben also raced numbers 20 and 11


With grateful thanks to Phil Wain of RealRoadRacing.com


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