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Old 11-Nov-2004, 10:58 PM
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http://www.crash.net/uk/en/news_view...=18&nid=101624

But who's riding? ....? and....?

or is this old news and i've been asleep too long?!!

[Edited on 11-11-2004 by NBs996]
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Old 11-Nov-2004, 11:21 PM
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Nick ...

....WAKE UP

Haydon and Haslam signed to ride 05 999s. Colin Wright back at the helm. On Dunlops. Going to be AWESOME !!
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Old 12-Nov-2004, 12:10 PM
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Has Haydon signed? I know Haslam has, on they're getting 999F04's
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Old 12-Nov-2004, 12:49 PM
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Let's hope they get some upgrade parts to with those F04's. I suspect it's going to be a tough season for Ducati in BSB as the 4-cylinder machines will be even more competitive. Either, the BSB season should be cracker!
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Old 12-Nov-2004, 10:07 PM
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I think this is the reason that Paul Bird has been forced to race Honda's; GSE will get the better treatment, and Birdy's personality seems to be a deal blocker when it comes to riders signing.....
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Old 17-Nov-2004, 01:31 PM
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Haydon

In the first GSE team test at Valencia ahead of the 2005 British Superbike season, James Haydon launched his factory supported Ducati 999, into orbit.

Crash.net's Secret Squirrel source reported that as of 11am (GMT) Tuesday morning, Haydon's Ducati was decidedly second hand as the Andorra based rider lost rear traction high-siding the machine into the gravel trap.

Haydon, who is known for his spectacular accidents in the motorcycle fraternity, was unhurt in the incident and is thought to be continuing with the test along side team-mate Leon Haslam.
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Old 17-Nov-2004, 01:32 PM
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Hope they have a few spare bikes with Hayden on the team....
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In the first GSE team test at Valencia ahead of the 2005 British Superbike season, James Haydon launched his factory supported Ducati 999, into orbit.


now there's a surprise
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