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Japanese rider Noriyuki Haga will stay on in the World Superbike Championship next season after agreeing a move to the Yamaha Italia team.

Haga, who made his name in World Superbikes before a troubled switch to MotoGP in 2003, is one of the series' biggest names but had been without a ride despite a strong 2004.

Last year Haga won six races on the British-entered Renegade Ducati to challenge the factory bikes for the title before finishing the season third in the standings.
 

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Im excited about WSBK this year. Everyone pretty much gave up on it, with the Pirelli tire thing and all, and IMHO wsbk was the most exciting to watch! The championship came down to the last race... with 2 rounds to go it could of been any of four, Haga being one of them, Laconi, Toseland, and Vermeulen.. Good luck Nitro Nori!
 
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