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"If you look back at all the races and Superpoles, he has only legitametly been beaten by Haga once" This is more than a little disengenious. Haga beat Ben fair and square twice at Valencia, Ben then fell off at Assen in R2 of his own accord. So I make that 3 times (I don't count Ben getting punted off in Oz). To my mind Ben is a future champ, he is incredible. I don't think I've ever seen someone with such a riding style and ability to adapt and go so quick straight out of the box. But, the points table still shows Haga to hold a healthy advantage and people are already writing him off after yesterday. He will come good again, and Kyalami has been good to him down the years.



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