WSBK » Haslam seeking a return to winning ways

As he bids to both preserve and extend his lead in the 2010 World Superbike Championship, Alstare Suzuki star Leon Haslam admits it would be nice to rediscover the top step of the podium at Monza this weekend...

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May 05, 2010 4:57 PM

What the... way to toss in a random American bash there dude.

Let's talk about Haslam. I love watching WSBK at Monza and I fully expect Leon to be running at the front. Historically, the Suzuki's have always run well there.

esupforit - Unregistered

May 05, 2010 5:46 PM

lets hope for all you haslam fans....that biaggi and aprilla dont bring the top speed model of engine with them!!!!!! does portugal bring back some horrid memories for leon???

let the best man win...bring it on :)

KTMKen - Unregistered

May 05, 2010 7:09 PM

Good luck Leon! Suzuki must be extremely happy that they picked Haslam up this year. What an interesting year in WSBK this is.

I just watched the OTT interview with Ben Spies. He's hoping for a Yamaha victory and wished JT good luck. He also predicted that Biaggi will be hard to beat on that uber-fast Aprilia, especially in front of his fellow countrymen.

Phil - Unregistered

May 05, 2010 7:30 PM

Haslam can only do what he has been doing, be consistent. He's not a crasher, he seems very relaxed and confident, without shouting his mouth off.
Biaggi is a very, very good rider, but i would think his biggest concern is how fast his team-mate is, so early in the season.

S 1000 RR BMW - Unregistered

May 06, 2010 6:41 AM

Soon there will be news from haga.
he was sick at the latest test so he couldn't realy improve on front feeling.
he will give 200%, he's also complaining about the missing topspeed of the ducati compared to some other bikes on the grid. But he didn't mention he had alot more torque?!

Just like Checa and his team.

I hope that all the Japanese factory's will have a real big-bang engine or get a V4 engine for 2011,

The whining season for DUCATI has started.

OH, and it's not like the other factory's want's you, Ducati to ride a 2cilinder.
They can use the desmosedici V4 engine!!

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