WSBK Race Reports. Page 15

  • Toseland crowned World Superbike champion.

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    03 October 2004 James Toseland has been crowned the 2004 World Superbike champion after finishing second to Noriyuki Haga in the final race of the season, at Magny Cours.

  • Seventh victory completes Karl's title season.

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    03 October 2004 Ten Kate Honda's Karl Muggeridge had another close race with team-mate Broc Parkes at the Magny Cours World Supersport finale today, but nonetheless he triumphed yet again, taking his seventh race win of the season - a championship record.

  • Toseland wins race one of title decider.

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    03 October 2004 James Toseland will take a 5-point lead over Ducati Fila team-mate Regis Laconi into the final race of the 2004 World Superbike season, after winning a tense race one at Magny Cours, just ahead of Noriyuki Haga, with Laconi third.

  • Laconi claims dramatic Imola double.

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    26 September 2004 Fila Ducati's Regis Laconi won the second race of the World Superbikes from Imola to take his second win of the day. His team-mate James Toseland came across the line just 0.041secs behind the French rider in one of the closest finishes yet this season.

  • Muggeridge wins, van den Goorbergh crashes.

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    26 September 2004 Karl Muggeridge won the World Supersport race from Imola and was handed the title by van den Goorbergh when he crashed out of the race on lap 15.

  • Laconi wins race one, Vermeulen leads.

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    26 September 2004 Fila Ductai's Regis Laconi took the first race ahead of Ten Kate Honda's Chris Vermeulen at the tenth round of World Superbikes from Imola, Italy.

  • Toseland, Vermeulen share thrilling Assen wins.

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    05 September 2004 Ducati Fila's James Toseland came into Assen fourth in a tight points chase led by Regis Laconi, Chris Vermeulen, and Noriyuki Haga – but following two excellent rides at the legendary Dutch circuit, including one victory, the Brit now heads the 2004 world championship standings with two rounds to go.

  • Muggeridge extends WSS advantage with Assen win.

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    05 September 2004 A race long display of coolness and sheer unassailable speed from World Supersport championship leader Karl Muggeridge saw the Ten Kate Honda rider claim his fifth victory of the season, today at Assen.

  • Chili leads on track but Haga takes double win.

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    01 August 2004 Noriyuki Haga has won the second race of the day at Brands Hatch World Superbikes... Even though Pierfrancesco Chili led him over the line, Haga having won on aggregate time.

  • Muggeridge takes Supersport win at Brands.

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    01 August 2004 Karl Muggeridge has taken victory in the Brands Hatch World Supersport race, after an epic battle with second placed Sebastien Charpentier.

  • Haga steals race one win from Laconi.

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    01 August 2004 Noriyuki Haga managed to steal first place from Regis Laconi on the final lap in a mighty last lap battle at the Brands Hatch round of world Superbikes.

  • Vermeulen does the double at Laguna.

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    12 July 2004 Chris Vermeulen did the double at Laguna Seca in the seventh round of the World Superbike Championship to throw himself right into contention for a title challenge.

  • Vermeulen beats Haga for first WSBK victory.

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    13 June 2004 Having lost race one by just 0.15secs after being mugged by Noriyuki Haga in the final turn, WSBK rookie Chris Vermeulen took revenge in race two at Silverstone by matching all Nitro Nori's moves in an even closer encounter.

  • Foret takes tight Supersport win.

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    13 June 2004 Former World Supersport champion Fabien Foret has taken his first victory of the season at Silverstone today – the Frenchman heading four riders, and three different manufacturers, separated by just 0.7secs by at the chequered flag.

  • Haga mugs Vermeulen in race one thriller.

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    13 June 2004 Noriyuki Haga won a thrilling first World Superbike race at Silverstone today, the Japanese star shadowing race leader Chris Vermeulen for almost the entire event – before staging a shock last turn pass.

  • Laconi wins race 2, Haslam comes of age.

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    30 May 2004 Ducati Fila rider Regis Laconi whipped his factory Ducati to an impressive second race victory margin of 21.549 seconds at Oschersleben today [Sunday] after long-term race leader Noriyuki Haga was forced to retire on lap 23.

  • Haga takes first blood at Oschersleben.

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    30 May 2004 Team Renegade Ducati rider Noriyuki Haga followed up his good qualifying performance today [Sunday] at Oschersleben, jumping into the lead of the 28-lap first race and running away to win by around 5 seconds from the chasing James Toseland.

  • Chambon wins controversial Oschersleben WSS race.

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    30 May 2004 Suzuki Alstare Corona Extra rider Stephane Chambon has won the World Supersport race at Oschersleben, after the original race winner, Karl Muggeridge was excluded.

  • Laconi takes Monza double.

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    16 May 2004 It was a perfect day today for new World Superbike Championship leader, Regis Laconi, who took victory in the second race of the day to add to his points tally from the day's first WSBK race win.

  • Laconi takes race one as Chili gets double blow.

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    16 May 2004 Italian Frankie Chili suffered a double blow at Monza today. Not only did his race bike have an engine blow in the warm-up lap, his spare bike's engine then did the same in the race. Regis Laconi was left to take an easy race win...

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