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Pajama Band Joins the LA Calendar Bike Show / Music Festival Weekend! May 15th 2009 - The Los Angeles Calendar Motorcycle Show, in our never ending quest to provide wholesome family entertainment while enhancing the quality of artistic and cultural experience for our visitors, is excited to announce the addition of Pajama Band to our performance lineup with the Calendar Girl Music Festival which is included with July 18-19th 2009 event weekend at the Queen Mary Event Park in Long Beach, CA.
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Jayme Langford and celebrity builder Russell Mitchell will rock your world by personaly autographing for you their new 2010 Iron & Lace Calendar featuring Jayme and Russell's Exile Rockstar custom available at the 2009 LA Calendar Motorcycle Show and Calendar Girl Muisc Festival Weekend July 18-19th. Jayme's PajamaBand will be performing on Sunday, with Russell holding a Calendar Bike Building Seminar.
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Kittens Jana and Jayme go to Guitar Center to get ready for the Calendar Show!
Below: Jayme's girlfriend Janna Joran beats the drums in PajamaBand which makes its world premier at the 2009 Calendar Show . On Monday July 12th following the Calendar Show Weekend, both Jayme and Janna will shoot with producer and photographer Jim Gianatsis and the winning bikes from the Show's $64,000 Calendar Bike Building Championship. The pictures will be featured in the next editions of the FastDates.com Calendars.
2009 SBK Fast Dates World Superbike Championship, Round 9 of 14, AssenDutch TT
Spies Goes Double at Donnington
Narrows Haga's Superbike Championship Lead Donington Park, Great Britain June 26-28th - Ben Spies (Yamaha World Superbike) pulled off another amazing double triumph in the ninth round of the Hannspree FIM Superbike World Championship in front of 61,000 spectators at Donington Park. The Texan has now reduced the 48 point gap at the top of the table to 14 from Noriyuki Haga (Ducati Xerox), who crashed in race 2, picking up a broken vertebra in the process. Haga’s Italian team-mate Michel Fabrizio was third in race 2 and is now 51 points behind. Aprilia had a good first race, with Max Biaggi second at the finish, while the best of the numerous British platoon present at Donington was Leon Haslam (Stiggy Racing Honda), who finished second to Spies in race 2.
Ben Spies (center) started of the weekend by winning wSaturday's Superpole Qualifying with Max Biaggi 2nd (left) and reigning British Superbike champ Shakey Byrne 3d (right).
Race 1 - Biaggi and the Aprilia hound Spies to the last lap
Spies continued to steamroller his way to the wins in World Superbike as he took his ninth victory of the year in the first race. After setting his eighth pole in qualifying, the Texan rider dominated the 23-lap race but was shadowed all the way by Max Biaggi (Aprilia Racing). The Italian ran faultlessly in second until the final lap, when Ben upped the ante to power to the chequered flag, but Biaggi also encountered a fuel problem a couple of hundred metres from the flag and risked losing out on second. This was Biaggi’s first podium since Qatar. Third went to points leader Haga, who limited the damage in a race where he was not in a position to challenge for the win. In the all-British battle for fourth place, Haslam got the better of Shane Byrne (Sterilgarda Ducati). Aprilia’s excellent performance was completed by a sixth place for Shinya Nakano. Home idol and Misano winner Jonathan Rea (Hannspree Ten Kate Honda) could only finish in seventh, ahead of John Hopkins (Stiggy Racing Honda). Michel Fabrizio (Ducati Xerox) had a gear change problem and could only finish 12th, while Ruben Xaus scored one point for BMW.
Ben Spies: “It was a tough race for us, Max was there the whole time and we were both able to do quick laps. I got a bit of a gap then made a couple of mistakes and he got back on me. The last three laps I rode as hard as I could, we got down to the 30s, then I couldn’t hear Max coming into the chicane on the last lap so knew something was wrong and I took the last corners easy. We can’t be too conservative now, we have to claw back and get a whole lot of points in a couple of races.”
Max Biaggi: “I am very happy with this result after a very hard decision we made in free practice and qualifying. Yesterday we found a way to go fast and we made the right choice in tyres and the balance was correct. In the warm-up we had some problems but for the race we fixed most of them. Just on the last lap at the last chicane we had some trouble, I don’t know what, the bike just stopped and then went back again in the last few metres before the flag. I think I deserved second!”
Nori's would crash in Race 2 with the bike landing on him hard, breaking his shoulder and elbow, possibly ending his chance to hold off Ben Spies for the Championship.
Noriyuki Haga: “I tried to do my best but the front two guys were very fast. I tried to catch up for the victory but I had to settle for third position. Of course during the laps I tried to push and catch them up but it was quite difficult. Our package was quite different but for the next race we try to change something to improve the riding of the bike.”
Superbike Race 1 Results: 1. Spies B. (USA) Yamaha YZF R1 34'57.230 (158,831 kph); 2. Biaggi M. (ITA) Aprilia RSV4 Factory 7.156; 3. Haga N. (JPN) Ducati 1098R 10.968; 4. Haslam L. (GBR) Honda CBR1000RR 18.843; 5. Byrne S. (GBR) Ducati 1098R 19.125; 6. Nakano S. (JPN) Aprilia RSV4 Factory 21.286; 7. Rea J. (GBR) Honda CBR1000RR 23.644; 8. Hopkins J. (USA) Honda CBR1000RR 32.849; 9. Smrz J. (CZE) Ducati 1098R 32.904; 10. Kiyonari R. (JPN) Honda CBR1000RR 33.192; 11. Checa C. (ESP) Honda CBR1000RR 34.535; 12. Fabrizio M. (ITA) Ducati 1098R 35.093; 13. Camier L. (GBR) Yamaha YZF R1 35.441; 14. Lanzi L. (ITA) Ducati 1098R 39.034; 15. Xaus R. (ESP) BMW S1000 RR 41.067; 16. Lagrive M. (FRA) Honda CBR1000RR 46.4
Race 2 - Spies Shows Total Domonaton, Haga Crashes Out Hard
Spies also dominated the second race, but this time without any pressure from his rivals. The Yamaha man immediately pulled away at the start to pick up a seven second lead, which he administered easily to pick up his tenth win of the year. Spies’ double coincided with a disaster for Haga, who crashed out of second place on lap 5 while trying to make up ground on the leader. The Japanese rider was taken to hospital in Derby with a fractured vertebra and other injuries. Race 2 saw a British rider on the podium, thanks to Haslam, who held off Fabrizio. With the outcome of this race, the Italian keeps alive his title chances. Byrne put on another good show, finishing fourth ahead of fellow Brit Tom Sykes. Xaus again scored points for BMW, this time with a positive ninth place. Both Aprilia riders crashed out, Biaggi suffering a hairline crack in his right foot in the process, but remounting to finish 21st, while John Hopkins (Stiggy Racing Honda) did not make it to the start of race 2, the still-injured American totally exhausted after his race 1 efforts
Ben Spies: “It was a picture perfect weekend, I know Haga had a big crash and hope he’s OK. That’s not the way you want to do it but you’ve got to capitalize when things go wrong. The track was definitely hot in the second race and a little bit slick so we made some changes to the bike that made it better. Fortunately we didn’t have to push to the absolute limit but it all worked great today.”
Leon Haslam: “We’ve been struggling for the past few rounds with unknown circuits and I really wanted to get on that podium today. I feel good, obviously feel sorry for Haga because I was pushing him hard and I was pretty happy to get second. In the first race I was really suffering from chatter but everyone in the team has been behind me all weekend so a big thanks to them.”
Michel Fabrizio: “Today Ben was very fast and it was impossible to catch him. In the first race I had a problem with the gear change, while in the second I had a great battle with Haslam. I am very happy with the result, but very sorry for Haga and his crash.”
This picture is actually from last week's race at Misano, but it wasso awesome we just had to show it to you. It show Michel Fabrizio (84) actually looking over into Ben Spies eyes as Michelle is passing Ben going into a corner. You'll see Ben's hand is off thegas and pulling on the front brake lever to slow for th upcoming turn, while Michelll is still on the gas and looking over as he goes by. CLICK TO GO BIG
Superbike Race 2 Results: 1. Spies B. (USA) Yamaha YZF R1 35'14.788 (157,512 kph); 2. Haslam L. (GBR) Honda CBR1000RR 6.622; 3. Fabrizio M. (ITA) Ducati 1098R 6.816; 4. Byrne S. (GBR) Ducati 1098R 7.349; 5. Sykes T. (GBR) Yamaha YZF R1 8.145; 6. Camier L. (GBR) Yamaha YZF R1 13.463; 7. Kiyonari R. (JPN) Honda CBR1000RR 15.751; 8. Ellison J. (GBR) Yamaha YZF R1 16.837; 9. Xaus R. (ESP) BMW S1000 RR 22.891; 10. Andrews S. (GBR) Kawasaki ZX 10R 30.347; 11. Lanzi L. (ITA) Ducati 1098R 30.622;12. Lagrive M. (FRA) Honda CBR1000RR 31.562; 13. Kagayama Y. (JPN) Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 32.148; 14. Parkes B. (AUS) Kawasaki ZX 10R 32.607; 15. Rea J. (GBR) Honda CBR1000RR 32.806; 16. Scassa L. (ITA) Kawasaki ZX 10R 34.269
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World 600ccc Supersport
Coventry man Cal Crutchlow (Yamaha World Supersport) had a terrific homecoming race at the Donington circuit as he shrugged off the broken ankle he picked up in qualifying to take a dominant fourth win of the year. His chief rival in the title battle Eugene Laverty (Parkalgar Honda), together with Joan Lascorz (Kawasaki Provec) tried hard in the early stages, but the Irishman crashed at the Melbourne Hairpin and the Spaniard had to take second best after Crutchlow upped the pace in the final part. Laverty rejoined and worked his way back up the field from 22nd place to fifth overall. It was a great result for veteran Australian Garry McCoy, who gave Triumph its first ever podium in Supersport. Kenan Sofuoglu (Hannspree Ten Kate Honda) could only finish fourth and is now 64 points away from the top of the standings, while team-mate Andrew Pitt fared even worse to finish in tenth. Gianluca Vizziello (Stiggy Racing Honda) scored his best result of the year in seventh behind Barry Veneman (George White Ten Kate Honda).
Supersport Results:1. Crutchlow C. (GBR) Yamaha YZF R6 34'15.876 (154,981 kph); 2. Lascorz J. (ESP) Kawasaki ZX-6R 5.391; 3. McCoy G. (AUS) Triumph Daytona 675 14.918; 4. Sofuoglu K. (TUR) Honda CBR600RR 22.248; 5. Laverty E. (IRL) Honda CBR600RR 37.054; 6. Veneman B. (NED) Honda CBR600RR 39.079; 7. Vizziello G. (ITA) Honda CBR600RR 39.978; 8. Nannelli G. (ITA) Triumph Daytona 675 42.733
European Superstock 1000
After four second places, Xavier Simeon scored his first win of the season on the Xerox Ducati 1098, the Belgian increasing his lead in the championship to 11 points over his closest rival, Claudio Corti (Alstare Suzuki). The Belgian led the race from lights to flag, gradually easing off towards the end. Corti had a great race, recovering to finish second from 22nd on the grid, while Maxime Berger (Ten Kate Honda) also ran well, setting fastest lap in 1’33”516, and taking the final podium slot after also moving up from row 6. Fourth place went to Javi Fores (Kawasaki Pedercini), who finished ahead of the two Frenchmen Sylvain Barrier (Garnier) and Loris Baz (MRS), both on Yamahas, and Daniele Beretta (Ducati Xerox) in seventh.
Superstock 1000 Results: 1. Simeon X. (BEL) Ducati 1098R 18'54.713 (153,161 kph); 2. Corti C. (ITA) Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K91.600; 3. Berger M. (FRA) Honda CBR1000RR 2.110; 4. Fores J. (ESP) Kawasaki ZX 10R 2.522; 5. Barrier S. (FRA) Yamaha YZF R1 3.433; 6. Baz L. (FRA) Yamaha YZF R1 5.596; 7. Beretta D. (ITA) Ducati 1098R 9.556; 8. Schouten R. (NED) Yamaha YZF R1 10.646
European Superstock 600
The Superstock 600 championship battle was thrown wide-open after points leader Danilo Petrucci (Yamaha Trasimeno) crashed out on the second lap after being taken out by Vincent Lonbois (MTM Yamaha) while in the lead. The Italian remounted to finish ninth, a result that allowed him to maintain his points lead. The chasing riders Gino Rea (Ten Kate Honda) and Marco Bussolotti (Yamaha Trasimeno) are now 4 and 11 points down on the leader respectively. The British rider and the Italian fought it out for the win at the end of a terrific scrap, and in the end it was Bussolotti who took the chequered flag for his first win of the year. Third place went to Frenchman Jeremy Guarnoni (MRS Yamaha), while Eddi La Marra (Lorini Honda) missed a good chance by crashing out on lap 6 while in the lead of the race. The Italian recovered to finish 12th.
Superstock 600 Results: 1. Bussolotti M. (ITA) Yamaha YZF R6 16'18.425 (148,022 kph); 2. Rea G. (GBR) Honda CBR600RR 0.213; 3. Guarnoni J. (FRA) Yamaha YZF R6 2.126; 4. Guittet B. (FRA) Honda CBR600RR 6.948; 5. Kerschbaumer S. (AUT) Yamaha YZF R6 11.136; 6. Morelli N. (ITA) Honda CBR600RR 14.695; 7. Chmielewski A. (POL) Yamaha YZF R6 14.780 8. Lonbois V. (BEL) Yamaha YZF R6 16.782
Rossi celebrates his 100th MotoGP win at Assen with a banner picturing each of his previous 99 victories. CLICK TO GO BIG
2009 MotoGP World Motorcycle Championship, Round 7 of 17, AssenDutch TT
Rossi Masters the Dutch TT with his 100th Win Assen, Netherlands, June 26-27th Valentino Rossi won his 100th Grand Prix, took his second triumph in succession and became the undisputed leader of the FIM MotoGP World Championship with a stellar performance at the Alice TT Assen. A vintage Rossi performance was celebrated with his unraveling a backdrop and posing for a classic photo with antiquated cameras, the Italian’s latest post-race show with his faithful fan club.
Teammate Jorge Lorenzo was once again forced to settle for second place, his third on the bounce. The Spaniard got off to a bad start from third on the grid and, although he was able to fight back up to the front, could not provide Rossi with the same challenge that he had done last time out.
Ducati Marlboro’s Casey Stoner completed the podium with a solitary ride chasing Lorenzo. The Australian now trails Rossi and his Spanish rival in the overall standings after the trio had been level on points heading in to the Assen race.
Colin Edwards equaled his best result of the year with fourth place, at the head of an enthralling battle between the ‘best of the rest’. Rizla Suzuki’s Chris Vermeulen and Edwards’ Monster Yamaha Tech 3 teammate James Toseland were also in the top six with their best finishes of the season to date.
Repsol Honda riders Dani Pedrosa and Andrea Dovizioso had been in with a shout at the rostrum, but both took tumbles before the race took its full shape. Pedrosa had high hopes of scoring a podium finish in the MotoGP race after he had qualified second fastest, just 0.085 seconds off pole position. And the Spaniard was looking good in the early stages, contesting third place with Lorenzo. But on lap five Pedrosa lost the front at the first turn and slid off. Despite the tumble, which left him uninjured, Pedrosa believes that his team has taken a step forward with machine performance and is looking forward to the next races.
Team-mate Dovizioso took over fourth place after fighting his way through from seventh after a so-so start. The Italian was confident of another strong result but he ran out of luck on lap 11 when he slid off at turn one. He too walked away unhurt.
While Rossi ran away with the race the interest settled on a frantic seven-man battle for sixth place, featuring de Puniet, Toni Elias (San Carlo Honda Gresini), Alex De Angelis (San Carlo Honda Gresini), James Toseland (Yamaha), Nick Hayden (Ducati), Loris Capirossi (Suzuki) and Mika Kallio (Ducati). Positions within the group changed constantly as the seven men fought for position through the challenging twists and turns of Assen, MotoGP’s most historic racetrack. There was little doubt that the finishing order would only be finalised during a last-lap sort-out and that is exactly what happened. Kallio crashed at the high-speed Hoge Heide section just a few hundred metres from the finish, then Elias and Loris Capirossi (Rizla Suzuki) ran off the track at the final chicane, Elias crossing the line in eighth place, just metres ahead of Hayden and Capirossi. Elias had made an impressive charge through the pack, from 13th on lap four, but was penalised 20 seconds for his last-lap indiscretion at the chicane which put him in 12th place.
MotoGP Race Classification: (26 laps = 118.43 km)
Pos/ Rider / Nat / Team / Motorcycle / Time/ KM/H / Gap
1 / Valentino ROSSI / ITA / Fiat Yamaha Team / YAMAHA / 42'14.611 / 168.210 /
2 / Jorge LORENZO / SPA / Fiat Yamaha Team / YAMAHA / 42'19.979 / 167.854 / 5.368
3 / Casey STONER / AUS / Ducati Marlboro Team / DUCATI / 42'37.724 / 166.690 / 23.113
4 / Colin EDWARDS / USA / Monster Yamaha Tech 3 / YAMAHA / 42'43.725 / 166.300 / 29.114
5 / Chris VERMEULEN / AUS / Rizla Suzuki MotoGP / SUZUKI / 42'48.216 / 166.009 / 33.605
6 / James TOSELAND / GBR / Monster Yamaha Tech 3 / YAMAHA / 42'53.958 / 165.639 / 39.347
7 / Randy DE PUNIET / FRA / LCR Honda MotoGP / HONDA / 42'54.154 / 165.626 / 39.543
8 / Nicky HAYDEN / USA / Ducati Marlboro Team / DUCATI / 42'54.434 / 165.608 / 39.823
9 / Loris CAPIROSSI / ITA / Rizla Suzuki MotoGP / SUZUKI / 42'55.284 / 165.553 / 40.673
10 / Alex DE ANGELIS / RSM / San Carlo Honda Gresini / HONDA / 43'00.621 / 165.211 / 46.010
11 / Marco MELANDRI / ITA / Hayate Racing Team / KAWASAKI / 43'12.388 / 164.461 / 57.777
12 / Toni ELIAS / SPA / San Carlo Honda Gresini / HONDA / 43'14.385 / 165.611 / 59.774
13 / Sete GIBERNAU / SPA / Grupo Francisco Hernando / DUCATI / 43'19.977 / 163.981 / 1'05.366
14 / Niccolo CANEPA / ITA / Pramac Racing / DUCATI / 43'24.508 / 163.696 / 1'09.897
15 / Yuki TAKAHASHI / JPN / Scot Racing Team MotoGP / HONDA / 43'24.541 / 163.694 / 1'09.930
Pole Position: Valentino ROSSI 1'36.025 170.768 Km/h
Fastest Lap (New record): Valentino ROSSI 1'36.558 169.825 Km/h Lap 4
Circuit Record Lap: Casey STONER 1'36.738 169.509 Km/h 2008
Circuit Best Lap: Casey STONER 1'35.520 171.670 Km/h 2008
World Championship Positions:
1 ROSSI 131, 2 LORENZO 126, 3 STONER 122, 4 DOVIZIOSO 69, 5 PEDROSA 67,
6 EDWARDS 67, 7 CAPIROSSI 56, 8 MELANDRI 55, 9 VERMEULEN 53, 10 DE PUNIET 51,
11 TOSELAND 39, 12 DE ANGELIS 31, 13 HAYDEN 27, 14 ELIAS 27, 15 KALLIO 26.
250cc GP Win and Points Lead to Aoyama
Hiroshi Aoyama claimed his second win of the 2009 season in the 250cc race, taking the leadership of the World Championship as a consequence. The Scot Racing rider’s immediate rival, Álvaro Bautista, had looked to be on course to push Aoyama to the line as the duo broke free and dashed for the chequered flag. However, Mapfre Aspar rider Bautista smashed into the back of Aoyama’s Honda on the fast chicane, ending the Spaniard’s race and leaving the race winner lucky to stay upright.
Bautista´s late retirement meant that the battle behind him became one for the runner-up spot, with poleman Héctor Barberá eventually getting the better of reigning World Champion Marco Simoncelli.
Mattia Pasini and Thomas Luthi ended their hopes of catching up with the leaders when they collided midway through the race, Pasini losing his fourth position in the overall classification with a third DNF of the year. Metis Gilera rider Simoncelli now assumes the place as he attempts to remount his title challenge.
250cc Race Classification: (24 laps = 109.32 km)
1 / Hiroshi AOYAMA / JPN / Scot Racing Team 250cc / HONDA / 40'44.008 / 161.027 /
2 / Hector BARBERA / SPA / Pepe
World Team / APRILIA / 40'48.432 / 160.736 / 4.424
3 / Marco SIMONCELLI / ITA / Metis Gilera / GILERA / 40'54.347 / 160.348 / 10.339
4 / Aleix ESPARGARO / SPA / Balatonring Team / APRILIA / 40'55.391 / 160.280 / 11.383
5 / Roberto LOCATELLI / ITA / Metis Gilera / GILERA / 40'55.604 / 160.266 / 11.596
6 / Alex DEBON / SPA / Aeropuerto-Castello-Blusens / APRILIA / 40'58.273 / 160.092 / 14.265
7 / Karel ABRAHAM / CZE / Cardion AB Motoracing / APRILIA / 41'01.990 / 159.851 / 17.982
8 / Hector FAUBEL / SPA / Valencia CF - Honda SAG / HONDA / 41'03.020 / 159.784 / 19.012
9 / Ratthapark WILAIROT / THA / Thai Honda PTT SAG / HONDA / 41'04.934 / 159.660 / 20.926
10 / Raffaele DE ROSA / ITA / Scot Racing Team 250cc / HONDA / 41'05.041 / 159.653 / 21.033
11 / Mike DI MEGLIO / FRA / Mapfre Aspar Team 250cc / APRILIA / 41'16.136 / 158.937 / 32.128
12 / Lukas PESEK / CZE / Auto Kelly - CP / APRILIA / 41'25.337 / 158.349 / 41.329
13 / Alex BALDOLINI / ITA / WTR San Marino Team / APRILIA / 41'49.329 / 156.835 / 1'05.321
14 / Valentin DEBISE / FRA / CIP Moto - GP250 / HONDA / 41'56.459 / 156.391 / 1'12.451
15 / Imre TOTH / HUN / Team Toth Aprilia / APRILIA / 40'52.181 / 153.803 / 1 lap
Pole Position: Hector BARBERA 1'40.019 163.948 Km/h
Fastest Lap: Hiroshi AOYAMA 1'40.706 162.830 Km/h Lap 8
Circuit Record Lap: Alvaro BAUTISTA 1'40.340 163.424 Km/h 2008
Circuit Best Lap: Alvaro BAUTISTA 1'39.510 164.787 Km/h 2008
World Championship Positions:
1 AOYAMA 121, 2 BAUTISTA 108, 3 BARBERA 95, 4 SIMONCELLI 77, 5 PASINI 64,
6 LUTHI 52, 7 DE ROSA 51, 8 FAUBEL 49, 9 LOCATELLI 47, 10 DEBON 43, 11 WILAIROT 38,
12 CLUZEL 33, 13 DI MEGLIO 32, 14 PESEK 32, 15 ABRAHAM 31.
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BMW's First Superbike Hits the Streets with 193hp! TC and ABS! Monza, Italy, May 5h, 2009 - BMW introduced their new BMW S 1000 RR today on the legendary Monza Racing Circuit, BMW Motorrad is for the first time launching an absolutely innovative supersport with a straight-four power unit. With this world debut, BMW Motorrad is indeed establishing a true milestone in the world of sports machines, combining engine output of 142 kW (193 hp) with overall weight of just 204 kg (450 lb) including fuel (183 kg/403.5 lb dry weight, 206.5 kg/455.3 lb overall with Race ABS). The new S 1000 RR is the most powerful production 1000cc sport bike in the world.
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World Superbike Championship Points leader Haga Undergoes Surgery for Serious Donnington Injuries
SURGERY A SUCCESS, HAGA WILL RETURN TO ITALY TOMORROW
Monday Jun 29 2009 - Donington - At 5pm this afternoon Ducati Xerox rider Noriyuki Haga underwent successful surgery at the Derby City Hospital. Having fractured the ulna in his right arm in yesterday's crash at Donington Park, Noriyuki today had a plate and screws inserted to set the bone. The surgical team deemed the surgery a success and there were no unforeseen complications.
Prior to the operation, medical staff took a closer look at his right shoulder blade and an x-ray unfortunately confirmed that he has multiple fractures to his left scapula. The scapula will not necessitate surgical intervention and the bone should knit itself back together in time; this complication should not prolong Noriyuki’s recovery time. The Japanese rider should be discharged from hospital tomorrow (Tuesday) and he and his family will fly back to Italy so that Noriyuki can begin the necessary physiotherapy treatment.
The Ducati Xerox rider will not participate in the next tests at Imola but it is foreseen that he will compete in the next round at Brno.
Jamie Hacking's Kawasaki Superbike Career ends in Disappointment at Donnington
Arriving at the team's home race, the PBM Kawasaki World Superbike Championship Team were hoping for a strong showing at Donington Park but after a traumatic weekend, they left with just one points scoring ride out of four opportunities at the ninth round of the Hannspree World Superbike Championship this weekend.
Australian Broc Parkes and British-born American Jamie Hacking struggled around the Leicestershire circuit all weekend and with unsettled weather again playing a part, both riders missed out on Superpole, Parkes for the first time this season, meaning they had to start from 22nd and 25th places respectively.
Race day dawned dry, warm and humid and in the opening 23-lap race, both riders got hooked up with the back traffic meaning Parkes battled to 18th at the flag with Hacking three places further back but in the second race of the day, Broc got a good start and made progress with some good lap times.
Unfortunately, he had a gearbox problem towards the end of the race which cost him a place in the top ten and he had to settle for 14th place and two points but Hacking ended up crashing out at Coppice Corner on lap two on the second of the
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The team plans further development work on the machines at the upcoming test at Imola before the next round of the series in a month's time at Brno where they hope to bounce back to form.
Broc Parkes: "Its been a big struggle this weekend during our practice and qualifying sessions and it's the first time all year that I've sat out of Superpole which was really disappointing. In race one I had a bad start and had to work my way through from the back of the pack and although our result wasn't good I felt OK on the bike and was happy to finish the race. For race two, we changed tyres but it was really slippery out there so I'd wished I'd stayed on my race one tyre. I had a good start and got away and was able to battle with the middle guys until I had an issue with the gears in the last few laps which unfortunately put me out of the top ten. I'm looking forward to the Imola test and getting back some momentum in the team."
Jamie Hacking: "This was another new track for me and we didn't have a good start again with the weather. Learning new circuits with wet set-ups isn't ideal and this has made it all the more difficult for me. I really struggled to find a decent set-up this weekend; I'm not used to starting that far back on the grid so the start of the races was tough. In race one I held back to allow the guys through and ended up in last place so I just had to try hard to make up some ground. For race two I was put in a different grid position on the inside which I wasn't comfortable with so I was pushed back again in the back end of the pack. I tried hard to gain some ground but took a corner in the wrong gear and ran off the track and into the gravel. Obviously my time here in Europe has been extremely disappointing for me and I really feel that I was not able to find my feet and show my true potential on the world stage."
Paul Bird, Team Owner: "It's our home race so we wanted to do well here for our sponsors and friends but it wasn't to be for us this weekend. We've struggled since the beginning and it's really disappointing and frustrating to see us in this place after a few races where we were looking really good. But we'll bounce back for the Imola test where we are looking forward to having Makoto back on the bike."
Paul Risbridger, Team Manager: "Unfortunately it's been another tough weekend for the team and it was disappointing to miss Superpole after some good progress during Friday afternoon and Saturday's sessions. Both riders were caught up in traffic in race one and had to climb through the pack to gain a few positions which was hard going as they were both doing times of the top twelve. In race two Broc got a better start and was competitive with the mid-field for most of the race battling for a top ten position until he had an intermittent gearbox problem which dropped him back to fourteenth. On the positive side it was good to get some points after such a hard weekend and we're encouraged from the race pace and look forward to the Imola test in a few weeks time."
The next round of the Hannspree World Superbike Championship takes place at Brno in the Czech Republic on July 24/26.
American Blake Young
Team Suzuki Press Office - June 23rd -Team Suzuki Alstare Brux gave talented American Blake Young a ride on Max Neukirchner's GSX-R1000 K9 at the British World Superbike ninth round at Donington Park this weekend.
With Neukirchner still sidelined through injury, Team Manager Francis Batta has decided to give the 21-year old a no-pressure ride at the East Midlands circuit after discussions with Young and former World Champion Kevin Schwantz.
Young, from Wisconsin, is riding the Rockstar Makita Suzuki Factory Racing GSX-R1000 Suzuki in this year's AMA championship; has taken two podiums to date; and currently lies in eighth position behind team mate and series leader Mat Mladin.
He will join regular Suzuki Alstare Brux rider Yukio Kagayama, who is carrying on racing despite broken bones in his right heel; the gritty Japanese rider has already defied the pain to race in America and Misano and is determined as ever to battle for the podium.
Blake Young: "I'm really excited to race the Suzuki Alstare Brux GSX-R1000 at Donington Park this weekend. I've been racing motorcycles for as long as I can remember. I always wanted to race Superbikes and I got the chance to do that with the Rockstar Makita Suzuki team in America. Now, getting the opportunity to do a World Superbike race with the Suzuki Alstare Brux team in Europe is like a dream come true. I'm looking forward to it and want to make the most of this opportunity."
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Rossi reaches century of wins and Lorenzo makes it another double podium for Yamaha at Assen
Assen June 27th - Valentino Rossi wrote another chapter in his extraordinary career in Holland today, becoming only the second rider in history to reach 100 Grand Prix wins. 13 years after his very first victory in 125cc, the Italian took the hat-trick of pole position, fastest lap and race win with a perfect display in front of a huge Assen crowd to pass the century mark. It was his 40th win since joining Yamaha in 2004, meaning that over half of his premier-class wins have come with the Japanese factory.
His team-mate Jorge Lorenzo finished a strong second and had a milestone of his own to celebrate as it was the fiftieth podium of his career. Like Rossi, The Mallorcan has now finished on the podium in all but one round this season. Yamaha Tech 3 riders Colin Edwards and James Toseland made it four Yamahas in the top six after finishing fourth and sixth respectively.
The eight-time World Champion got a strong start from pole and was second at the end of the first lap, passing Casey Stoner soon after to take a lead which he never relinquished. With his M1 and Bridgestone tyres working perfectly throughout, his race pace was even better than he had shown in practice and he gradually stretched his lead from Lorenzo in the latter stages of the race to seal his historic victory. The 30-year-old Italian and his fan-club joined forces on the slow-down lap to unroll a 25-metre banner which pictured every one of his 100 wins, spanning a career which began when he was 17 years old.
Lorenzo had a poor start and lost several positions in the early melee, leaving him to fight his way back to the front in the early laps. It took him until lap five to come through to second but by then Rossi had opened up a gap of nearly 1.5 seconds. The 22-year-old looked to be closing on his team-mate a little at mid race distance but in the latter stages he began to lose a bit of confidence in the front and was happy enough to settle for second and an important 20 points.
With Stoner finishing third today the championship standings remain tight at the top - Rossi leads on 131 points, Lorenzo is second on 126 and Stoner is hard on his heels with 122. The MotoGP paddock now heads directly to California and Laguna Seca for round eight in a week's time.
Valentino Rossi - Position: 1stTime: 42'14.611
"This is a very emotional moment and for sure I will remember this 100th victory for the rest of my life. When I reached 70, 100 seemed a long way away but here I am and it has been great, great fun getting here. It is down to so many people, like Jeremy and my guys who have been with me for ten years and all of the team who always give 100% and always give me the best bike possible. Especially however I have to thank the friends who have been with me my whole life and my father Graziano, who won here in Assen 30 years ago when I was a baby, and my mother Stefania, because they have always supported me. It's great to reach this moment here at Assen because it's the 'Cathedral' of motorcycle racing and the most historic track we go to. Today was a perfect race - I got a great start and my bike was incredible which meant that my pace was very strong. In fact I think it was better for everyone's hearts not to have another last-lap battle like in Barcelona! I had a good advantage from Lorenzo in some parts of the track and it was a great ride for me. Now I have 100 wins and I'm only the second rider to arrive at this number, but Agostini still has 22 more and for me he is still the greatest. 100 is a great result but the atmosphere in our team is wonderful and the motivation is still as high as ever - we want to win a few more races together yet!"
Jorge Lorenzo - Position: 2ndTime: +5.368
"First of all I have to say congratulations to Valentino because this is an incredible thing to achieve and this day belongs to him. Unfortunately I didn't get a good start today and I had to take a few risks to pass people and come back to the front. Once I did I tried to go after Valentino but in some places I just wasn't as fast as him; he was riding 36.5s every time and I didn't really have quite enough confidence to push that hard today because the bike didn't feel perfect. As the race went on I started to feel the front tyre 'close' a bit and I decided that it was safer to come home in second! Another podium is a great result; it's my fiftieth and we continue to be very strong this season so I am happy. I am only five points from the lead and we are in a good position going to Laguna, which I am very excited about."
Davide Brivio - Team Manager
"100 victories speak for themselves! For all of us in this team it's a huge honour and pleasure to work with Valentino because for sure he is one of the greatest in history, something he's shown again today. Furthermore, working with him is always great fun and we enjoy every weekend. This is a very important piece of history for Yamaha as well because 40 of these wins have been here with us, more than with any other manufacturer and the majority of his wins in this class. When we started together in 2004 it was impossible to think of targets like this and I know that everyone involved and all of Yamaha's employees will always remember this time. I think I speak on behalf of everyone by saying thank you to Vale for these memories and thank you for joining Yamaha!"
Stoner Gets Sick Again at Assen but still takes 3rd
Hayden scores his first Top Ten Finish
The Ducati Marlboro Team had a mixed weekend at Assen, with some positive results balanced out by a few difficulties. The steps forward in the bike's performance were a definite positive, and that allowed Casey Stoner to take yet another podium finish despite suffering physically once more during the race. Nicky Hayden also had a great day after a brilliant start, and after battling hard for sixth throughout the race, only finished in eighth due to a technical glitch.
Casey Stoner suffered throughout the weekend at Assen, with the physical condition which had already affected him in Catalunya worsening as the days went on. As difficult as a GP weekend is already, his physical condition just added to the obstacles to overcome as he was forced to race unwell. Despite that, he still managed to take home a podium finish, which was clearly a very positive result.
CASEY STONER (Ducati Marlboro Team) 3th
"I've been feeling fine all week but started to feel run down again on Friday and I've just got worse as the weekend has gone on. I've taken every kind of supplement and vitamin tablet you can think of but nothing seems to have worked, so it is obviously something we need to have looked at closer because I can't keep going like this and it is costing us points. Thankfully I had a fantastic bike underneath me again today and I owe the team for that. A big thank also to Dott. Macchiagodena and our physiotherapist Freddie (Dente), who took good care of me both in Catalunya and here. Unfortunately we don't have much time to get fit for Laguna but we'll see what we can do."
NICKY HAYDEN – (Ducati Marlboro Team) 8th
"When you start from 13th you are always going to have a lot of work to do but that was the best bike I've had underneath me all season so I want to say a huge 'thank you' to the team for that, they have worked so hard. I got a great start and was able to lead the second group for a while until a couple of guys came past and I lost my rhythm a bit. I made a little mistake under braking on the back straight, ran wide and lost a lot of time but I fought back and got in with the group again. I was having great fun but unfortunately the left handlebar came kind of loose about halfway through the race and cost me a lot of time - that's when a lot of the guys got past me. I know I'm coming out with a lot of excuses this year but a loose handlebar at that speed is pretty scary! The guys are looking at how it happened. Anyway, man it was a hard battle. I know we were only fighting for fifth or sixth but it felt like there was a title on the line out there! Big respect to everybody in the group though. Elias made a big mistake but everybody left it all out on the track today and we all shook hands afterwards. It was good to be a part of the battle."
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