BSB » Own the Noriyuki Haga 'Fireball' print!

Noriyuki Haga rides through the flames at Oulton Park BSB in 2004.

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41 - Unregistered

February 16, 2012 2:53 PM

I saw an movie on tube with that incident . I wrote then : "Haga wasn't part of that race" because i didn't knew back then .I tought it was a british rider on a 41 Ducati replica :) By the way anybody know what results had Nori in those races?

Mogster - Unregistered

February 16, 2012 5:06 PM

The rider was Vince Whittle (a really good rider in GP250's and all round top man) and the bike was owned by Mark Oldroyd (sorry if spelt incorrectly) who owns Thunderchild (Roof helmets, Ixon leathers etc)

The crash trahsed the bike and the seaon for Vince and Mark, shame tbh. It would have been a stonking bill mind as it was an Duke I recall

And no I am not Vince or Mark, just know Vince from our MRO racing days

Mog #52

Richard Mushet

February 16, 2012 7:54 PM

Next time you see a crash picture just check out who took it - Tim Keeton aka Impact Images seems to have the monopoly on them. Maybe he has magnetic qualities that draw the bikes towards him! Every 'tog gets the odd crash pic, but this guy gets bloomin' dozens!!! Heh.

notfastenuff - Unregistered

February 16, 2012 10:46 PM

This really is taking the piss, it happened years ago good pic admittedly, but nori comes back to bsb so lets re-release this pic, have you seen the prices. reccession, no not if your a photographer

kermitsbkchamp2012 - Unregistered

February 16, 2012 11:45 PM

nice way to welcome nori to bsb. selling a pic of him narowley avoiding a fireball,
good luck to him , is it me or is bsb starting to look like the most competitive and star studed series, left out there, v difficult to tell who mite win it, world sbk u could put safe money on checa again moto gp with great regret i have to say stoner bsb????????????????????

Westers - Unregistered

February 17, 2012 11:47 AM

@Notfastenough - Those prices are actually very reasonable. If you bother to look at what they're printed on, the type of ink used, and the fact they're ready mounted, then it's a good deal.

These aren't some ropey old ****e printed on crap paper that fades after 2 minutes in the sunlight.

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