World Superbikes (February 2004)

  • Valencia Supersport results

    25 February 2004

    1) Vd Goorbergh . 2) Foret. 3) Fujiwara. 4) Lanzi. 5) Chambon. 6) Iannuzzo. 7) Daemen. 8) Muggeridge. 9) Curtain. 10) Cruciani. 11) Lagrive. 12) Tode. 13) Baiocco. 14) Neukirchner. 15) Andersen. 16) La GrelleRetired: Fores. Carrasco. Kellner. Tortoroglio. Corradi. Kirmeier. Sachetti. Bussei. Parkes. Jones. Ex: Charpentier.Fastest Lap: Broc Parker: 1:39.065.

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  • Haga triumphs in second race at Valencia

    25 February 2004

    Haga triumphs in second race at Valencia

    Noryuki Haga has bounced back from a disappointing retirement on his return to WSB to take victory in the second race at Valencia in Spain.The Japanese rider was able to take the win despite a moment...

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  • Are you ready for WSB?

    25 February 2004

    Are you ready for WSB?

    The season’s WSB title fight starts this weekend at Valencia, Spain, with Britain’s James Toseland among the favourites and Leon Haslam ready to make his mark.Factory Ducati rider Toseland, says in...

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  • Toseland second fastest despite fall

    25 February 2004

    Toseland second fastest despite fall

    James Toseland recovered from a fall midway through first qualifying at Valencia to eventually finish the session second quickest.His Factory Ducati team-mate, Regis Laconi, took provisional pole with...

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  • Toseland dominates free practice

    25 February 2004

    Toseland dominates free practice

    James Toseland has finished the first Free Practice session of the 2004 WSB season quickest, in preparation for the races on Sunday, February 29. Sunny weather helped the Factory Ducati rider, with a...

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  • Toseland wins first race of the year

    25 February 2004

    Toseland wins first race of the year

    James Toseland has started his 2004 World Superbike campaign with a victory in the first race at Valencia in Spain.And there were more reasons for British fans to celebrate with Chris Walker giving...

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  • Laconi takes commanding pole for Valencia

    25 February 2004

    Laconi takes commanding pole for Valencia

    Factory Ducati rider Regis Laconi has taken pole for the opening WSB round at Valencia with a Superpole lap over one second quicker than his nearest rival.Laconi put himself on pole with a 1:35.935...

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  • Times tumble at Valencia test

    11 February 2004

    Times tumble at Valencia test

    Regis Laconi took the top spot at the World Superbike test session in Valencia for the second day in a row.The Frenchman knocked over half a second off his time from the first day to finish with a...

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  • Haslam heads for the top

    11 February 2004

    Haslam heads for the top

    Renegade Ducati rider Leon Haslam has already put his stamp on the World Superbike series by finishing the opening day of the first major test of the season as the second fastest rider.Fila Ducati...

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  • Laconi ends Valencia test quickest

    11 February 2004

    Laconi ends Valencia test quickest

    Factory Fila Ducati rider Regis Laconi has ended the three-day Valencia test as the fastest rider.As each rider was given the chance to perform a flying lap on their new Pirelli qualifying tyres, nine...

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  • Vermeulen misses out on London Show

    04 February 2004

    Vermeulen misses out on London Show

    Ten Kate Honda WSB rider Chris Vermeulen has had to pull out of his appearance at the MCN London Motorcycle Show on Thursday.He has been testing his new Fireblade this week and those tests have...

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  • Hodgson replaces Foggy at MCN London Show

    04 February 2004

    Hodgson replaces Foggy at MCN London Show

    GP star and reigning WSB champion Neil Hodgson has stepped in to replace Carl Fogarty at the MCN London Show on Friday February 6.Foggy has been forced to cancel due to tonsillitis, but fortunately...

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