Yamaha R1 Forum: YZF-R1 Forums banner
1 - 20 of 40 Posts

·
Banned
Joined
·
9,570 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Valencia Final Qualifying: Laconi on Pole
by john
Saturday, February 28, 2004



1 Regis Laconi Ducati Fila Ducati 999F04 1:36 323
2 James Toseland Ducati Fila Ducati 999F04 1:36 489
3 Noriyuki Haga Team Renegade Ducati Ducati 999RS 1:36.759
4 Steve Martin DFXtreme Sterilgarda Ducati 999RS 1:37.107
5 Chris Vermeulen Ten Kate Honda Honda CBR 1000RR 1:37.208
6 Garry McCoy Team Caracchi Ducati 999RS 1:37.212
7 Marco Borciani DFXtreme Sterilgarda Ducati 999RS 1:37.254
8 Troy Corser Foggy PETRONAS Racing PETRONAS FP1 1;37.601
9 Pier Francesco Chili Team PSG-1 Ducati 999RS 1:37.617
10 Leon Haslam Team Renegade Ducati Ducati 999RS 1:37.718
11 Chris Walker Foggy PETRONAS Racing PETRONAS FP1 1:37.778
12 Lucio Pedercini
 

·
Cheating death in the "D"
Joined
·
21,068 Posts
r1-superstar said:
Valencia Final Qualifying: Laconi on Pole
by john
Saturday, February 28, 2004



1 Regis Laconi Ducati Fila Ducati 999F04 1:36 323
2 James Toseland Ducati Fila Ducati 999F04 1:36 489
3 Noriyuki Haga Team Renegade Ducati Ducati 999RS 1:36.759
4 Steve Martin DFXtreme Sterilgarda Ducati 999RS 1:37.107
5 Chris Vermeulen Ten Kate Honda Honda CBR 1000RR 1:37.208
6 Garry McCoy Team Caracchi Ducati 999RS 1:37.212
7 Marco Borciani DFXtreme Sterilgarda Ducati 999RS 1:37.254
8 Troy Corser Foggy PETRONAS Racing PETRONAS FP1 1;37.601
9 Pier Francesco Chili Team PSG-1 Ducati 999RS 1:37.617
10 Leon Haslam Team Renegade Ducati Ducati 999RS 1:37.718
11 Chris Walker Foggy PETRONAS Racing PETRONAS FP1 1:37.778
12 Lucio Pedercini

Ah yes . . . Haga San is back in the house :rock

This will be a much better season than last, can't wait to see the "Samurai of Slide" back in action on a competitive bike :thumbup
 

·
Banned
Joined
·
9,570 Posts
Discussion Starter · #3 ·
Re: Re: Valencia Final Qualifying Times, HAGA!!

rorlow said:
Ah yes . . . Haga San is back in the house :rock

This will be a much better season than last, can't wait to see the "Samurai of Slide" back in action on a competitive bike :thumbup
A-MEN my brother.:riding
 

·
Regulating Grattan
Joined
·
190 Posts
It is so cool that racing starts tomorrow already!!:rock I hope Haga can keep it on the sticky side.

And Daytona is next weekend, I think you know who I'm rooting for in that one. :yesnod
 

·
I will be a Better Rider.
Joined
·
218 Posts
Always heard good things about "Noriyuki Haga"
Cant wait to see him in action tomorrow.:)
 

·
WUZ-UP !
Joined
·
4,355 Posts
The Ducati show.........Good to se Haga at the front ! Poor Corser and the fire breeding dragon..........reminds me I have to record it.
 

·
we meat again
Joined
·
18,549 Posts
What happen to the slide king McCoy? He was like the fastest in practice... :dunno

It's going to be an interesting season... :yesnod
 

·
Pops
Joined
·
1,495 Posts
FAHK!


World Superbike Superpole Results:

1. Regis Laconi, Ducati 999F04, 1:35.935
2. James Toseland, Ducati 999F04, 1:36.973
3. Chris Vermeulen, Honda CBR1000RR, 1:36.977
4. Leon Haslam, Ducati 999RS, 1:36.980
5. Steve Martin, Ducati 999RS, 1:37.050
6. Noriyuki Haga, Ducati 999RS, 1:37.074
7. Garry McCoy, Ducati 999RS, 1:37.278
8. Marco Borciani, Ducati 999RS, 1:37.295
9. Sergio Fuertes, Suzuki GSX-R1000, 1:37.428
10. Chris Walker, Foggy Petronas FP1, 1:37.480
11. Lucio Pedercini, Ducati 998RS, 1:37.601
12. Troy Corser, Foggy Petronas FP1, 1:37.667
13. Pierfrancesco Chili, Ducati 999RS, 1:37.825
14. Gianluca Nannelli, Ducati 998RS, 1:38.272
15. Mauro Sanchini, Kawasaki ZX-10R, 1:38.781
16. Piergiorgio Bontempi, Suzuki GSX-R1000, 1:39.496


:no :mad: :cryin :argue :(
 

·
Banned
Joined
·
9,570 Posts
Discussion Starter · #10 ·
aerobahn said:
FAHK!


World Superbike Superpole Results:

1. Regis Laconi, Ducati 999F04, 1:35.935
2. James Toseland, Ducati 999F04, 1:36.973
3. Chris Vermeulen, Honda CBR1000RR, 1:36.977
4. Leon Haslam, Ducati 999RS, 1:36.980
5. Steve Martin, Ducati 999RS, 1:37.050
6. Noriyuki Haga, Ducati 999RS, 1:37.074
7. Garry McCoy, Ducati 999RS, 1:37.278
8. Marco Borciani, Ducati 999RS, 1:37.295
9. Sergio Fuertes, Suzuki GSX-R1000, 1:37.428
10. Chris Walker, Foggy Petronas FP1, 1:37.480
11. Lucio Pedercini, Ducati 998RS, 1:37.601
12. Troy Corser, Foggy Petronas FP1, 1:37.667
13. Pierfrancesco Chili, Ducati 999RS, 1:37.825
14. Gianluca Nannelli, Ducati 998RS, 1:38.272
15. Mauro Sanchini, Kawasaki ZX-10R, 1:38.781
16. Piergiorgio Bontempi, Suzuki GSX-R1000, 1:39.496


:no :mad: :cryin :argue :(
No worries man. When the green flag drops, the bullshit will stop. Haga will be in the front portion of the pack, a podium for sure.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
286 Posts
Also at Valencia this weekend is the European Superstock round.
Final qualifying and there are 4 R1's on the front row:D :rock :boobies :sneaky :fact
 

·
Pops
Joined
·
1,495 Posts
r1-superstar said:
No worries man. When the green flag drops, the bullshit will stop. Haga will be in the front portion of the pack, a podium for sure.

true dat! true dat!


A gearbox failure at the close of free practice session forced Noriyuki Haga to switch to his spare machine prior to the Superpole. Frantic activity in the pit box by his crew enabled them to switch all of the settings onto the spare machine, completed just minutes before his out lap.

Haga made the most of his lap, but could not avoid slipping from a provisional front row start in third, to a second row start in sixth.

‘I have to get used to the Ducati gearbox!’ remarked a philosophical Haga. ‘Anyway, we have a plan tonight to equip both of my bikes with fresh engines ahead of the races tomorrow, and I’ll just have to get some good starts to make up for dropping to the second row’.
 

·
Cheating death in the "D"
Joined
·
21,068 Posts
YogiR1 said:
Also at Valencia this weekend is the European Superstock round.
Final qualifying and there are 4 R1's on the front row:D :rock :boobies :sneaky :fact
Wish SpeedTV would cover that series too, in addition to Supersport :rock

Would love to see SpeedTV get some BSB coverage as well, that series is top notch :thumbup
 

·
wanna B on the Track
Joined
·
1,254 Posts
too bad he wrecked out on race 1... but winning race 2 made up for it.. hahahah... it's good to see the old haga back.. and thumbs up to yamaha for takin 1 & 2 in WSS
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
6,230 Posts
Too many Ducati's. WSBK is boring now. They need to rewrite the rules to allow for more competition from other but Ducati's.
 

·
Cheating death in the "D"
Joined
·
21,068 Posts
castrolr1 said:
too bad he wrecked out on race 1... but winning race 2 made up for it.. hahahah... it's good to see the old haga back.. and thumbs up to yamaha for takin 1 & 2 in WSS
Oh you spoiler . . . bad CastrolR1 Bad :2bitchsla

Its not on here for 3 more hours :rant
 

·
wanna B on the Track
Joined
·
1,254 Posts
sorry... i'll keep it to myself next time.
 

·
South Side Hitmen
Joined
·
2,209 Posts
castrolr1 said:
too bad he wrecked out on race 1... but winning race 2 made up for it.. hahahah... it's good to see the old haga back.. and thumbs up to yamaha for takin 1 & 2 in WSS
WTF:2bitchsla
 

·
Banned
Joined
·
9,570 Posts
Discussion Starter · #19 ·
castrolr1 said:
too bad he wrecked out on race 1... but winning race 2 made up for it.. hahahah... it's good to see the old haga back.. and thumbs up to yamaha for takin 1 & 2 in WSS
Um.....He didn't wreck. I thought he pulled off due to mechanical problems?


"Haga's race would end on lap six as he pulled into the pits with presumed technical problems, leaving Martin, Chili, Walker and Nannelli to battle for the two remaining podium places."

But he kicked ass in race two. If the Ducati did not break, I thinkhe would have taken a two race win weekend!!

On to Phillip Island where Haga will be DOMINANT!!
 
1 - 20 of 40 Posts
Top