Can Haslam maintain championship lead at Assen?

Alstare Suzuki man heads to Holland with 18-point lead in 2010 WSB Championship

Posted: 22 April 2010
by Visordown News

2010 WORLD SUPERBIKE Championship leader Leon Haslam heads to Assen this weekend for the fourth leg of the WSB series.
 
Alstare Suzuki Team rider Haslam leads the World Championship by 18 points after a brace of race victories, including five podium finishes, from the first six races.
 
“Assen is a circuit I’ve always enjoyed racing on,” explains Haslam. “It’s a fast, flowing track and definitely offers something different to the other circuits we race on.
 
“The first three rounds have been good for me and I’d just like to continue scoring the points in the same manner on Sunday in Holland. As a team we’ve worked hard in the winter with the Alstare Suzuki machine and Assen will now provide us with a new test and a bit of an examination.
 
“It’s the first circuit that we’ll race on where I haven’t tested and because of its nature the circuit will require some hard work to find a good race setting. But the Alstare Suzuki Team has been to Assen plenty of times before so I’d like to think that between us we can get into a position to challenge for more wins on Sunday.”

2010 World Superbike Championship standings:

Leon Haslam Suzuki 123
Max Biaggi Aprilia 105
Carlos Checa Ducati 80
Noriyuki Haga Ducati 79
Jonathan Rea Honda 60
James Toseland Yamaha 50
Sylvain Guintoli Suzuki 50
Michel Fabrizio Ducati 46
Troy Corser BMW 46
Cal Crutchlow Yamaha 41
Shane Byrne Ducati 33
Leon Camier Aprilia 32
Lorenzo Lanzi Ducati 26
Jakub Smrz Ducati 20
Ruben Xaus BMW 19
Tom Sykes Kawasaki 13
Max Neukirchner Honda 8
Luca Scassa Ducati 4
Andrew Pitt BMW 3
Josh Brookes Honda 2



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