WSBK » Haga to ride DFX-Borciani Aprilia in 2011


Noriyuki Haga will ride a PATA Racing Aprilia RSV-4 in 2011 after penning a deal with the newly amalgamated DFX-Borciani team.

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sammysays - Unregistered

October 04, 2010 6:10 AM

Haga doesn't come cheap & as sick cylinder mentioned previously, the rumour is that Infront has agreed to pay his wages to keep him in the series. That speaks volumes about the immense popularity of Haga worldwide & his marketability as one of the 'faces' of this series.

Östminister - Unregistered

October 04, 2010 2:23 AM

That's a great day for Nori's fans, This Twin/Haga joke is finally over...& even in my most wet dreams, I couldn't think about Haga with a Factory Aprilia, after this horrendous season moreover... Haga/RSV4, that sounds sexy indeed!

Watch out SBK boys, the Samurai of Slide's back!

Wesley - Unregistered

October 04, 2010 12:44 AM

I am so glad that Haga will be back on a four cylinder bike, not only the championship winning bike, but for the first time in his career the most powerful bike in WSBK. He will have a factory bike with Aprilia technicians. He will most probably only have Smrz's bike to test on Tues and not his factory bike yet, but I'm sure he will be very happy to be rid of that 1098 (1200cc) Ducati that handles like $hit.

DingaLing - Unregistered

October 03, 2010 5:22 PM

Good luck sultan and good to see you back on the podium at the top the other week.
WSBK isn't the same without Nori up the sharp end doing the daring moves he's famous for.

ZX10Rob

October 03, 2010 4:23 PM

Great news, Haga san losing his mojo has been the biggest disappointment in what has been one of the most competitive seasons in recent years. Imagine how good it would have been to have had an in-form Haga battling with the rest this season!

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