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World Superbike entry list for 1997

By Dan Moakes
April 2 2006

1997 leading World Superbike entries:

no.riderentrantbike
2Aaron Slight NZLCastrol HondaHonda RC45
3John Kocinski USACastrol HondaHonda RC45
4Carl Fogarty ENGDucati Corse AD-VFDucati 916 R
9Neil Hodgson ENGDucati Corse AD-VFDucati 916 R
5Miguel DuHamel CAN*American HondaHonda RC45
6Simon Crafar NZLKawasaki Racing TeamKawasaki ZX-7
8Akira Yanagawa JAPKawasaki Racing TeamKawasaki ZX-7
7Pier-Francesco Chili ITAGattolone Racing TeamDucati 916
11Mike Hale USATeam Suzuki World SBKSuzuki GSX-R
12James Whitham ENGTeam Suzuki World SBKSuzuki GSX-R
13Andreas Meklau AUT*HPB Promotion/BLM Ducati AustriaDucati 916
14James Haydon ENGTeam Gio.Ca.MotoDucati 916
14Makoto Suzuki JAP**Team Gio.Ca.MotoDucati 916
15Piergiorgio Bontempi ITAKawasaki Italy BertocchiKawasaki ZX-7
17Pere Riba Cabana ESPWhite Endurance TeamHonda RC45
21Jochen Schmid BRD*Team Green Kawasaki DeutschlandKawasaki ZX-7
22Scott Russell USAYamaha World Superbike TeamYamaha YZF
41Noriyuki Haga JAP***Yamaha World Superbike TeamYamaha YZF
42Chris Walker ENG***Yamaha World Superbike TeamYamaha YZF
45Colin Edwards USAYamaha World Superbike TeamYamaha YZF
31Igor Jerman SLOTeam MD Depala VasKawasaki ZX-7
34Tamaki Serizawa JAP*SuzukiSuzuki
37Keiichi Kitagawa JAP*SuzukiSuzuki
38Katsuaki Fujiwara JAP*SuzukiSuzuki
40Michael Rutter ENG*V&M HondaHonda RC45
51Udo Mark BRD*#Team Suzuki DeutschlandSuzuki
52Troy Bayliss AUS*Ansett Air Freight SuzukiSuzuki GSX-R
52Jirí Mrkývka CSK*#?Honda
57Giorgio Cantalupo ITA#M.C. Augusta PraetoriaDucati
73Anton Gruschka BRD#Bauer Racing GermanyYamaha

* leading wildcard rider / selected rounds
** replacement rider
*** substitute rider
# Mark also raced numbers 64 and 53
# Mrkývka also raced numbers 56, 61, 68 and 57
# Cantalupo also raced numbers 52, 63 and 51
# Gruschka also raced numbers 54, 59 and 52

Mark, Mrkývka, Cantalupo and Gruschka were competing in the European series


With grateful thanks to Phil Wain of RealRoadRacing.com


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