Haga's says he's still on the mend after his huge highside at Donington Park
DUCATI XEROX man Noriyuki Haga has warned that he is unlikely to be at full strength for this weekend’s World Superbike round at Brno in the Czech Republic.
After suffering a massive highside at Donington Park a month ago, Haga was left with a broken right arm and shattered shoulder blade.
Haga, who is now only 14 points ahead of Yamaha’s Ben Spies in the overall championship standings said: “After the crash at Donington I've been doing a lot of physiotherapy in order to get back into shape as quickly as possible and in time for Brno. It's a pity I couldn't take part in the Imola testing as that would have been very useful but it was just too soon and it's more important to be fit to race. I'm not sure that my arm and shoulder will be 100% by the weekend but I'm confident I'll be ready for the races and will fight to take as many points as possible.”
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