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James Toseland makes his first appearance on the Yamaha R1 as post-season testing at Portimao gets underway
Testing has gotten underway for the 2010 World Superbike Championship, with a number of new faces taking to new bikes around the Portimao circuit.

However, most eyes are on James Toseland, who is seen here making his debut aboard the Yamaha R1 that Ben Spies took to the World Superbike riders' title just two days ago.

Toseland is bidding to become the first rider to win three World Superbike titles on three different machines when he returns to the series following two seasons in MotoGP.

More results and pictures to follow


Tagged as: Yamaha , James Toseland , Ben Spies , R1

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