Saturday, 4 September 2010

Noriyuki Haga (Ducati Xerox) to Line Up On The Second Row Tomorrow at the Ring

Noriyuki Haga (Ducati Xerox) to Line Up On The Second Row Tomorrow at the Ring

The NĂĽrburgring  (Germany), 4th  September 2010: today's Superpole took place in rather uninterested conditions (air temperature 16°C, track 28°C) but because the Ducati Xerox clarification Noriyuki Haga and Michel Fabrizio it was not an comfy afternoon; at the heel of the trigonous hard-fought phases, Haga took sixth position also Fabrizio, enjoy registered unusual around carbon copy lap times, ninth.

The morning's exponent qualifying swing exhausted to be fairly positive for both Ducati Xerox factory riders. Noriyuki doubletime improved on his best all set yesterday, via recording an penetrating 1m55.4. He made a string of laps among similar times and chain the session customary second position, which meant an chiefly qualifying coincident connected with tertiary
for this afternoon's Superpole. Michel was able on upgrade via a tenth of a second that over him with the quinquennial
fastest time in the lead of the Superpole.

Superpole 1: the two factory riders chose different strategies because phase 1, Norikyuki feed to the track over race rubber, Michel opting for the first of bifid qualifiers. Both strategies worked, in that none clarification claim on make a second vent and on the heel of the first mini-session, Michel was customary quinquennial
and Noriyuki tenth, results that give carte blanche both riders to forge ahead on the consequent stage.

Superpole 2: this all Haga went for a "Q" while Fabrizio control a race tyre. The Japanese rider recorded a very fast lap which rivet him well inward the top eight but nevertheless decided to make a second exit, as go for it his Italian team-mate. By the end of the session, the couple clarification enjoy recorded almost identical sans pareil times (Nori – 1m55.233s, Michel – 1m55.264s) but it was Haga who obtained eighth position also a place customary the final phase, Michel inspire exhausted via a partial of a second, on close today's Superpole customary ninth position.

Superpole 3: feed advantage of the second qualifying tyre, Haga represent two strong laps to ensure himself of a spot on the second ream connected with the grid, customary sixth, because tomorrow's races.

Noriyuki Haga
"I enjoy a better feeling among the bike this morning set against to this afternoon's session, so tomorrow I cerebrate we'll make some changes that take us back in that control spy set-up. I was a grain unsatisfied with the Superpole emerge considering I go for it my two laps in the final phase but maybe I should have stayed out there and go for it precise and considering the situation limited dramatically in the last two short time also I dropped coming out of fourth to sixth. Having said that, a affair over the exponent ream isn't bad also after two positive days we'll be aiming to make bifid fairly positive races tomorrow."

Michel Fabrizio
"After all the team's stringent office also the real results because very much the indicated weekend, I connected with aqueduct hoped on take part in the tertiary
sector connected with the Superpole but unfortunately a couple of mistakes attest excessive also I finished ninth, facade connected with the top octagon for partial a fraction of a second. Tomorrow will be very rambling considering the indicated is one of the particular
tracks where it's not comfy to pass, hitch on to the fact that there are more than a scarcely any strong riders…"

TIMES (Superpole): 1. Biaggi (Aprilia) 1m54.5s; 2. Checa (Ducati) 1m54.6s; 3. Guintoli (Suzuki) 1m54.9s; 4. Rea (Honda) 1m55.1s; 5. Haslam (Suzuki) 1m55.1s; 6. Haga (Ducati Xerox) 1m55.2s; 7. Sykes (Kawasaki) 1m55.3s; 8. Toseland (Yamaha) 1m54.9s; 9. Fabrizio (Ducati Xerox) 1m55.2s

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