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Haga hits back with Imola victory

The trio did, however, benefit from a problem for Yukio Kagayama, the Japanese rider starting the final lap in eighth place, only to finish it in 15th. He would also lose positions to Corser – who faded as the race wore on -, Ruben Xaus, Karl Muggeridge and Matteo Baiocco.



Tagged as: Haga , Imola , Ben Spies , Max Biaggi

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VRob - Unregistered

September 27, 2009 12:09 PM

Great win from Haga, with strong support from Fabrizio who did a fine job as team mate. Ridiculously hotheaded move from Rea that landed him in the barrier. He really needs to calm down and stop trying to win races in the first few laps, because he has the pace to win if he just rode with his head a bit more. His fight back from flat on his back to 7th was amazing, but he could have so easily have taken other riders down with him when he straightlined that corner.



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