BSB » Haga gets acquainted as Hill begins defence

Noriyuki Haga hits the track for the first time aboard the Swan Yamaha in testing at Cartagena alongside 2011 BSB champion Tommy Hill.

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Morphine - Unregistered

March 10, 2012 10:31 AM

Love the way in all the recent Swan Yamaha stories the current British BSB champion has become a byline and Haga is taking all the headlines. Come on Crash support/promote our British champion!!!

norifan4ever - Unregistered

March 10, 2012 11:16 AM

AAAh,Finally...feels good with Nori back on track, (...Somethin' that was missing in first Wsb race)But from now on: "LET THE PARTY BEGIN" !!GO ON NORI...WE MISSED HEARIN' ABOUT YOU...

duke1098 - Unregistered

March 10, 2012 11:19 AM

Great to see Nori back on track on a Yam, if he is happy with bike and team, think he will give us some great racing, cant wait,hope he has a great season.


March 10, 2012 12:34 PM

I am actually looking forward to the start of B.S.B. more than MotoGP!! It will be very interesting to see how Alistair Seeley (who I rate big style) copes with Haga, and vice versa!!! Can't wait!!

steve jackson - Unregistered

March 10, 2012 12:48 PM

Yes the cost cutting exercise of traction control has already cost a few quid for the Swan team. I fear we might see a few secondhand expensive bikes this year, so is it really a step in the right direction on cost cutting ?? Time will tell. Welcome to the world of no rider aids Tommy !!


March 10, 2012 2:03 PM

Tommy has said he's more than happy not to have traction control as has Nori. Crashes happen all the time in testing/practice/qualifying and the race. It's going to get a bit boring if everytime someone has a fall in BSB it get's blamed on a lack of TC lol. Thought Crash might have posted a couple of pics up from the test rather than using a stock one of Nori in his old lid

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