LEON HASLAM will remain with BMW Motorrad next season after extending his contract for another year.Haslam has so far finished on the podium twice and comfortably sits in fifth in the World Superbike championship with three rounds to go. Commenting
Legendary racer and sideburn'ed riding mentor Ron Haslam has given his stamp of approval to Bridgestone's BT-023 tyres.Haslam gave the BT-023 a shake-down on the track, his verdict: "The BT-023 is a touring tyre with the performance of a sports tyre
HERE ARE the first pictures of Leon Haslam onboard his new BMW S1000RR and with his new team.Haslam tested the S1000RR in wet conditions today at Magny-Cours, alongside his new team-mate Troy Corser.
on the Alstare Suzuki and my first race win – a memorable start to a great year.” The print measures 630mm x 490mm and is available from the Leon Haslam website or by calling 01332 882584.
1000 RR 1:45.03414 Tom Sykes Kawasaki Kawasaki 1:45.14215 Max Neukirchner Ten Kate Honda Racing Honda CBR1000RR 1:45.14416 Broc Parkes ECH Honda CBR1000RR 1:45.86617 Chris Vermeulen Kawasaki World Superbike R
, but despite the rider’s coyness about the machinery switch, as revealed first on visordown.com, the hot topic of conversation in the WSB paddock is the supposed change by the Stiggy squad.Haslam on Yamaha in 2010? Now that would really be an interesting
time of 1:44.351, nudging fellow Brit and Championship leader Leon Haslam into second place on the timesheets.Ten Kate rider Max Neukirchner posted the third fastest time of the session.The remaining Brits performed as follows:7th Jonathan Rea9th Cal
LEON HASLAM is to leave Team Alstare Suzuki at the end of the season after failing to receive assurances over Suzuki's factory involvement for 2011, the team has confirmed in a press release.The decision has come about after the team could
got underway.Haslam piloted his Suzuki Alstare GSX-R1000 to a best of 1'34.5, followed closely by Aprilia's Max Biggia, who trailed the Brit by just 0.2 sec. Returning former World Superbike Champion James Toseland impressed with the third fastest time
can start to use BMW's endless resource of technologies that they've learned from F1 and top line motorsport. But my first aim is to simplify, pure and simple, especially when the road bike is such a good base to start from.MF: Are electronics playing
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