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Alstare Suzuki v Dr Brux - who’s suing who?

Michael Guy, 08 October 2009 15:13

Further to the Alstare Suzuki squad announcing that it has terminated it’s title sponsorship deal with Italian mouth guard manufacturer Dr Brux on 28th September, Dr Brux have issued their own press release stating they have are already suing Alstare.MCN understands that the two parties have fallen out over details of their current contract.At the Imola round of the WSB ...

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Spies: “I’m not going to Valencia to race Toseland”

Michael Guy, 07 October 2009 12:30

Ben Spies maintains that he is going to the Valencia MotoGP race in November to test – not to go toe to toe with James Toseland.The 25 year old American finally confirmed that he will switch to the premier class in place of James Toseland in the Tech 3 Yamaha squad in 2010 and has been granted a wild card ...

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Imola WSB: Practice sessions finally get underway

Michael Guy, 25 September 2009 16:31

On track action at Imola has finally got underway following the postponement earlier this afternoon due to poor circuit grip. Since the top WSB men boycotted the session, the track has been cleaned and early indications suggest that grip has drastically improved. Supersport riders were the first to venture out on track at 16.30 local time for their one hour ...

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Haga and Fabrizio retained at Ducati for 2010

Michael Guy, 21 September 2009 17:02

The Xerox Ducati World Superbike team has confirmed that Noriyuki Haga and Michel Fabrizio will be retained in 2010. Haga and Fabrizio currently sit second and third in the title standings with three rounds remaining. The announcement ends recent speculation that Haga will retire at the end of the current season and leaves Ducati with a formidable rider line-up once ...

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Bayliss set for V8 Supercar race debut this weekend

Michael Guy, 10 September 2009 16:56

Troy Bayliss will become a rookie all over again this weekend when the three time World Superbike Champion gets behind the wheel of a Paul Morris Motorsports Commodore. Bayliss will team up with Dean Fiore in the first endurance race of the 2009 V8 Supercar Championship Series. Since claiming his third World Superbike Championship less than a year ago, Bayliss ...

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WSS Nurburgring: Crutchlow storms to pole in Germany

Michael Guy, 05 September 2009 15:31

Cal Crutchlow stormed to his eighth pole position of his rookie World Supersport year with a blistering 1m 57.866s lap set on his final lap of the session. Crutchlow’s incredible time would have been good enough to secure 13th on the WSB grid behind Max Biaggi in Superbike qualifying. Speaking to MCN, he said: “I’ve still got some small issues ...

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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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