World Superbikes (September 2004)

  • WSB live qualifying

    29 September 2004

    WSB live qualifying

    James Toseland heads to this weekend's final round of the 2004 WSB championship just four points away from the world title. That's the gap between him and factory Ducati team-mate Regis Laconi as the...

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  • Silverstone loses F1 GP

    29 September 2004

    Silverstone loses F1 GP

    Silverstone has lost the Formula 1 Grand Prix - a decision which casts a gloomy cloud over all the circuit's activities. The Northants venue currently hosts a WSB round and a British Superbike...

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  • Laconi leads into France

    22 September 2004

    Laconi leads into France

    James Toseland lost his slender WSB title lead at Imola in Italy on Sunday. He goes to next weekend's final round in France four points behind a Frenchman. It is Toseland's Ducati team-mate Regis...

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  • Imola Superpole

    22 September 2004

    Imola Superpole

    Times from the Imola Superpole session to decide the top 16 of the grid for the Imola round of the World Superbike championship on Sunday, September 26. 1) Laconi 1:49.818. 2) Vermuelen 1:49.930. 3)...

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  • Muggeridge wins title

    22 September 2004

    Muggeridge wins title

    Karl Muggeridge is the 2004 World Supersport champion for Ten Kate Honda, after his rival, Jurgen Van Den Goorbergh crashed out of the race on lap 12. Muggeridge and team-mate Broc Parkes were...

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  • Laconi on pole for Imola

    22 September 2004

    Laconi on pole for Imola

    Regis Laconi has moved into pole position in the second qualifying session for the Imola round of the World Superbike championship. The Frenchman went half a second quicker than his best time on...

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  • Haga on provisional pole

    22 September 2004

    Haga on provisional pole

    Noriyuki Haga is on provisional pole for Sunday's Imola WSB round with championship hopeful James Toseland sixth fastest. Toseland was third quickest in Friday morning practice. Now he must hope to...

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  • Toseland back in front

    01 September 2004

    Toseland back in front

    James Toseland has moved to first place in the hunt for the WSB title after winning race one and coming second in race two at Assen on Sunday (Sep 5). The young Brit is now a slender three points...

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  • Assen set for title tussle

    01 September 2004

    Assen set for title tussle

    James Toseland begins practice on Friday at Assen just eight points adrift of the World Superbike championship lead. There are 150 points still on offer as the series enters its final three rounds -...

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