WSBK » Haga happy to leave Misano with lead intact

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June 22, 2009 4:18 AM

Haga did exactly what he needed to do this weekend.
Just bring it home and collect points.
Haga doesn't have to win right now so he doesn't need to take chances.
That's what a Tile is all about. Push like crap only when absolutely necessary otherwise take it easy and collect points.
Haga has a very good chance of finally getting the Title this year.

Rasj - Unregistered

June 22, 2009 6:36 AM

Go Haga it might be boring to some people but its this year or never. He has gone all out in the past years because he had to come from behind. This is how to win a title collect points in tracks you are not great at.Importantly stay on the bike :)

Nitro41 - Unregistered

June 22, 2009 10:43 AM

"The way haga is racing is boring."

Havent seen any of his old style this season. Tardozzi's doing I recon. Hopefully he can get the title monkey of his back, then relax a bit and go for it.


June 22, 2009 11:15 AM

I would love Nori to win the title this year and it would appear that is on his mind as he seems a lot quicker to settle for position this year but he wants the title and who can blame him?

Nori is far from a boring rider some of the battles that he has had in his racing career are second to none.

Maybe he is starting to feel the pressure this season. How many more chances is he going to get?


June 22, 2009 1:53 PM

@ds agree with the majority you say but i dont think nori is feeling the pressure(yet) i think he's handling it fine with mature performances also lmao at anyone who calls nori boring they obiviously ain't followed his career i mean someone even posted he was choking ffs to these people i say welcome to wsbk as this is obiviously your maiden season go online buy dvds of past seasons and watch this guys awesome talent then hold your head in shame about the utter rubbish you write and read sensible posts like ds's an others on here.

gary hall - Unregistered

June 22, 2009 7:36 PM

put yourself in haga's position getting older wiser and maybe his last chance of the title i know what i'd do listen to the man who has guided so many champions in the past ,hope he clinches the title at the nurburgring when i will be there

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