WSBK » Differing fortunes for Ducati Xerox riders

Michel Fabrizio impresses on the Ducati Xerox to qualify third, but Noriyuki Haga can only manage 15th.

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July 31, 2010 10:17 PM

I've backed Nori all the way, defending him to all that will listen to me moan on. But having watched him, he just doesn't look commited or comfortable going into the corners, and coming out he doesn't look like he's got the pace to run at the front. Michel has out classed him hands down this weekend, the fact that both Althea bikes and the DFX Corse bike of Lanzi has out paced him, is bad news.
I'm sorry Nori, i'm a hugh fan, but it's time to move on. Give his ride to a fired up motivated rider, Johnny Rea, Eugene Laverty, Colin Edwards, even James Toseland (who's got things to prove), for godsake anyone, even me. Just someone that will get the best out of the bike. Come back Bayliss...!!

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