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MCN backs Donington European WSB round

Michael Guy, 02 February 2011 10:34

Donington Park is back on the WSB calender hosting the European round of the championship on March 25 to 27, and to celebrate MCN is backing the event with a cut-price ticket deal for the race. With such a prestigious event kicking off the racing season in the UK, MCN has negotiated an incredible £10 off advance race day or ...

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Xaus tops day two of testing in Portimao

Michael Guy, 30 November 2010 17:37

New Ten Kate Honda signing Ruben Xaus finished the second day of testing at Portimao at the top of the time sheets with an accomplished and convincing wet weather riding performance. The 32 year old Spaniard completed a massive 114 laps in fully wet conditions with a best time of 1m 55.8s. It’s clear that Xaus has impressed his new ...

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WSB Miller: Checa stuns rivals to take second career WSB pole

Michael Guy, 31 May 2010 01:53

Carlos Checa stormed to his second pole position of his WSB career with a stunning 1’47.081 lap onboard his althea Ducati this afternoon. The Spanish rider clearly has an affinity with the Salt Lake City track having won both races in 2008. Checa’s lap time was a significant 0.333 seconds faster than his closest rival Max Biaggi despite his Ducati ...

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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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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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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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Bayliss tips Haga for 2009 WSB crown

Michael Guy, 23 December 2008 09:00

Troy Bayliss believes that Noriyuki Haga is one of three men capable of fighting for the World Superbike Championship in 2009. Haga has replaced Bayliss in the factory Xerox Ducati squad for 2009 and got his first test on the 1200cc v-twin at Kyalami in South Africa three weeks ago. During his first test, Haga crashed three times on the ...

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MotoGP man Sylvain Guintoli targets Yamaha WSB ride

Michael Guy, 09 September 2008 13:29

Current Alice Ducati MotoGP rider Sylvain Guintoli spent the Donington Park WSB round in a series of meetings with team bosses and has emerged as a possible candidate for the factory Yamaha Italia WSB squad in 2009. The 26 year old Frenchman has had some impressive rides during his two year MotoGP career, with a best result of fourth in ...

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Bayliss improves his 2008 Ducati , Fabrizio tests new 2009 spec machine

Michael Guy, 20 June 2008 10:57

The Xerox Ducati World Superbike squad of Troy Bayliss and Michel Fabrizio have concluded three days of testing at the Mugello circuit in Italy this week. With Bayliss focussing on an improved chassis set-up, Fabrizio completed his first test on the 2009 machine. In an effort to resolve the handling problems experienced at the Nurburgring race last weekend, Bayliss spent ...

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Nurburgring World Superbikes: Troy Bayliss sets the pace in final free practice

Michael Guy, 14 June 2008 15:56

Troy Bayliss slashed over half a second off his provisional pole setting lap during the in final free practice session finishing 0.399 seconds faster than his closest rival Max Neukirchner. Yamaha’s Noriyuki Haga led the session early on but was relegated to third ahead of team-mate Troy Corser in fourth. Michel Fabrizio put in his best time on his last ...

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