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Gary Pinchin  says:

Haga replaces Hutchinson at Swan Yamaha

Noriyuki Haga will replace the injured Ian Hutchinson in the Swan Yamaha team alongside 2011 BSB champion Tommy Hill. The 36-year-old Japanese rider has been signed for the full season while Hutchinson will revert to the Supersport class once he has made a full recovery from the broken leg he sustained in practice for the Revolution show at the Carole Nash...

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Jun 11

Posts: 2564

PaceyCasey says:


I think most poeple like watching motorsport where the riders ages vary.

Really? I can't ever remember that coming into any conversation i've ever had tbh. Swan missed a trick by not signing Ago then i guess.


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Sep 10

Posts: 26

4619 says:

You'd better get rocking Tommy cos he's gona kick your arse!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Jan 11

Posts: 656

carloslavado says:

Nori Haga is my favorite rider of all time, and i am so happy he got this sweet ride. But i agree Nori might have lost his Mojo. I remember the second it happened, Johny Rea knocked him off (racing incident) at turn nr1  at the Nurburgring in the seazon with Ben Spies. Nori didn't pick his bike up, that hurt a little bit. But then again At the same track las't year Nori showed everybody how to ride in the rain on an Aprillia with a crappy engine management system. Ok Sykes took the win and  he deserved it for staying on 1 more lap. But that was the Nori Haga that i and a lot of you Brits wanna see. I for 1 will be going to Cadwell from Holland too see my hero ride and at Assen a wef weeks later. Hopefully Nori will do badly at Quali, cause there,s nothing like Nori riding to first fro 14 to 1 in 3 laps. Only Haga has done that so many times.

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Dec 08

Posts: 1982

thestig08 says:

what about

Geoff Duke ? was he not available ?

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