Own the Noriyuki Haga ‘Fireball’ print!

Noriyuki Haga rides through the flames at Oulton Park BSB in 2004.
This shot of World Superbike legend Noriyuki Haga riding through the flames on his BSB debut must rank as one of the most dramatic motorcycle racing pictures ever.

The FIM Centenary Award Winning photograph was captured by Tim Keeton at Oulton Park in 2004, as Haga - appearing as a wild-card to get extra track time on his Renegade Ducati - rode through a fiery explosion that followed Vince Whittle's crash on the 'warm-up' lap. No rider was hurt.

With Haga announcing that he will switch to BSB in 2012, Keeton and Duke Video are offering fans the chance to own this iconic image of 'Nitro' Nori as a print.

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