WSBK » Haga slump continues at Kyalami

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focus - Unregistered

May 17, 2010 2:08 PM

don't speak about things you do not know guys. Bayliss? Spies? Yeah as you said: rumors!
Haga has personnal issues...Private Life...Leave him alone.
He doesn't care about racing for the moment, that's all!

Doctor Chocolate

May 17, 2010 8:10 PM

Haga is a tough m'fer and he has taken some major knocks throughout his career. Too many for him to be able to continue riding competitively. Last year when he had that horrific crash at I think Donington, i think I remember him having some fractured vertebrae. When you break your back you NEVER fully recover. At his age and with all of his other injuries, his body is probably beginning to rebel and I have a strong feeling the pain is too much for him and will force him to retire after this season.

JB75 - Unregistered

May 17, 2010 9:16 PM

This is beginning to look ominous for #41. Not since 2005 while developing the R1 has he been so far off the pace, the difference back then though was that he was still getting the better of his team mate. We thought it was the bike but Fabrizio has shown good pace these last two rounds. I hope he can sort whatever it is out sharpish, as Valencia proved he still has the pace, and he's still a mere lad next to Biaggi and Checa.

J LP - Unregistered

May 18, 2010 1:36 AM

I'm really starting to think the motivation is not there anymore maybe he's not getting along with the team anymore and nobody is saying nothing. i beleive he's going somewhere else next year either yamaha or susuki i'm sure Bayliss is coming back next year.

pp916 - Unregistered

May 18, 2010 9:53 AM

He needs someone to give him the hard talk and get his head back on the case, if he's still got it in him that is.

Colin Wright had it right at the weekend, Tardozzi would have given it to him straight, but the team now seems to not know what to do with him.

He's always been the same wayward character but if someone manages to channel his talent and keep him focused he can be awesome, but maybe his time has passed now?

Whatever, Ducati are no doubt paying him a huge amount of money and that's not to run around midfield on a works bike that clearly has the potential to run at the front - something's got to give!

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