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Ducati want to retain Haga and Fabrizio in 2010

Michael Guy, 06 August 2009 13:54

Xerox Ducati team boss Davide Tardozzi say’s he wants to keep his current rider line-up of Noriyuki Haga and Michel Fabrizio in 2010. Tardozzi’s men currently sit first and third in the series standings having taken seven wins and 18 podiums between them. In fact there has been only one race out of 20 to date when a Xerox Ducati ...

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WSB test Imola: Neukirchner confirmed with four fractured Vertebra

Michael Guy, 16 July 2009 17:27

Max Neukirchner could be out for the remainder of the 2009 season following confirmation that he has fractured four vertebras when he crashed his Alstare Suzuki GSXR1000 this morning. The 26 year old has fractured the L1, L2, L3 and D12 bones and has is now on his way to Germany for treatment. Neukirchner is expected to be fitted with ...

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Donington WSB: Haga airlifted to hospital

Michael Guy, 28 June 2009 17:55

Championship leader Noriyuki Haga has been airlifted to Derby hospital following his heavy crash in race two at Donington Park. The 34 year old crashed his Xerox Ducati at Coppice on lap four in a near identical crash to Troy Bayliss in 2007. MCN has learned that Haga has a suspected broken vertebrae, possibly T8 or T9, broken Scapula and ...

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Rea on lap record pace at Magny Cours test

Michael Guy, 16 June 2009 17:17

The three man Ten Kate Honda team of Jonathan Rea, Carlos Checa and Ryuichi Kiyonari have concluded a successful test at Magny Cours in France. The team were forced to ride in wet conditions on Monday with Carlos Checa making the most of the difficult conditions to establish a new and improved base setting for the wet. Jonathan Rea crashed ...

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Simon Crafar seriously hurt in Enduro bike crash

Michael Guy, 05 June 2009 15:06

Former 500GP race winner Simon Crafar has been seriously injured Enduro riding in Romania. The 40 year old former GP, WSB and BSB racer is believed to have suffered broken vertebrae in the crash. The New Zealand rider was airlifted away from the scene of the crash and has since undergone surgery in Barcelona, Spain, where he continues his rehabilitation. ...

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Cal Crutchlow: "I could have won it"

Michael Guy, 02 March 2009 16:52

Cal Crutchlow and Eugene Laverty confirmed they will be title contenders in the World Supersport championship after finishing fourth and fifth, separated by 1/1000th of a second and just one second off the outright race win. But they face seriously stiff championship competition from podium finishers Kenan Sofuoglu, Andrew Pitt and Anthony West, after a race that saw up to ...

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Andrew Pitt: ‘We don’t have a tyre to do the race”

Michael Guy, 27 February 2009 10:15

World Champion Andrew Pitt set the fastest time in qualifying today but declared that he doesn’t have a rear tyre that will last full race distance. The Ten Kate Honda rider who won last years thrilling Supersport race completely destroyed his rear Pirelli after just 12 laps, whilst attempting to complete a race run. Sunday’s WSS race will be run ...

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Brits flood 42 strong Superstock 1000 grid

Michael Guy, 09 February 2009 10:04

The 2009 Superstock 1000 FIM Cup promises to be a classic with 42 riders all under the age of 24 fighting for top honours onboard 1000cc fours and 1200cc twins. Last year four riders went into the final round of the championship capable of winning the title with Australian Brendon Roberts finally winning out. For 2009 a total of eight ...

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Silverstone to run MotoGP race in 2010?

Michael Guy, 12 January 2009 11:09

Despite the announcement last week that Donington Park has been given the planning consent for multi million pound circuit development, MCN has learned that the Leicestershire venue could lose the 2010 MotoGP race to rival circuit Silverstone. Insiders claim that MotoGP organisers Dorna have snubbed the use of the new Donington Park circuit in favour of a larger sanction fee ...

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Ruben Xaus welcomes British young guns in to WSB

Michael Guy, 29 December 2008 08:00

Ruben Xaus has revealed that he can’t wait to race with the influx of young British riders entering World Superbikes next year after getting to see Tom Sykes, Leon Haslam and Jonathan Rea up close during their wild card appearances in 2008. At the final round of the championship at the Parkalgar circuit in Portugal, Xaus spent the opening laps ...

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