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2004 World Superbike Photo Gallery

2004 World Superbike - Check out the action in this MotorcycleUSA.com photo essay

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Troy Corser - Valencia
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James Toesland - Valencia
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Chris Walker - Valencia
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Christian Kellner - Valencia
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Stephane Chambon - Valencia
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Jurgen vd Goorbergh - Valencia
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Fabien Foret - Valencia
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Regis Laconi takes Superpole - Valencia
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Ten Kate Honda's Karl Muggeridge starts the Superposrt race from pole position - Valencia
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James Toseland was second fastest in Superpole - Valencia
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Jurgen vd Goorbergh leads Fabien Foret in Supersport - Valencia
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Chris Walker leads a huge train of riders - Valencia
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Superbike Race One Podium - Valencia
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Leon Haslam
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Leon Haslam - Valencia Testing
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Toseland-Phillip Island
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Laconi - Phillip Island
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Laconi wrecks - Phillip Island
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Toseland prepares - Phillip Island
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Chris Vermeulen leads James Toseland - Phillip Island
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Parkes (supersport) - Phillip Island
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Lorenzo Lanzi - Phillip Island
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Wild card rider Josh Brookes won the Superpsort race - Phillip Island
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Chris Vermeulen has been riding well on the Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR - Phillip Island
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Fila Ducati's Regis Laconi won race one - Phillip Island
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Race one podium - Winner, Regis Laconi with Vermeulen and Toseland - Phillip Island
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Vermeulen leads a pack in race two - Phillip Island
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Fabien Foret battles in Supersport - Phillip Island
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Supersport action is always exciting - Phillip Island
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Regis Laconi Qualifying - Misano
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Toseland Qualifying - Misano
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Troy Corser Qualifying - Misano
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Chris Walker Qualifying - Misano
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Regis Laconi Qualifying - Misano
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James Toseland Qualifying - Misano
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Chris Walker and Petronas have a good day - Misano
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Laconi wins race 1 - Misano
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Podium in Misano
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Laconi - Monza Qualifying
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Laconi Qualifying - Monza
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Toseland Qualifying - Monza
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Laconi - Monza
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Chris Walker uses the whole track - Monza
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Let the celebration begin - Monza
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PSG-1 Corse Ducati's Chili
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Troy Corser clocks the 4th fastest time on Friday - Qualifying
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Foggy PETRONAS' Troy Corser - Qualifying
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Renegade Ducati's Noriyuki Haga
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Xerox-Ducati's Gary McCoy
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Chris Walker - Qualifying
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Foggy PETRONAS' Chris Walker - Qualifying
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Troy Corser celebrates his 29th Superpole win with his team.
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Troy Corser about to embark on his historic Superpole lap.
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James Toseland
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Regis Laconi won race two.
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James Toseland (52) battles Frankie Chili (7) and Troy Corser in race one.
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Regis Laconi celebrates his race 2 win.
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Corona Alstare Suzuki's Stephane Chambon inherits the Superpsort win after the top three Hondas were DQed.
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Corona Alstare Suzuki's Katsuaki Fujiwara moved up from sixth to second with the ruling against the Honda machinery.
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Jurgen leaves Oschersleben with the Worldsupersport championship firmly in hand.
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Troy Corser - Qualifying
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Troy Corser - Qualifying
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Regis Laconi - Qualifying
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James Toseland - Qualifying
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Chris Vermeulen
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Supersport
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Stephane Chambon
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Fujiwara and Corradi - Supersport
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Walker
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Toseland
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Toseland and Laconi
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Broc Parkes - Supersport
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Chris Vermeulen
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Chris Vermeulen
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Chris Vermeulen
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Karl Muggeridge - Supersport
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Steve Martin on the pole at Laguna WSB 2004
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Nori Haga - Laguna Seca
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Regis Laconi - Laguna Seca
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Steve Martin - Laguna Seca
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Mauro Sanchini - Laguna Seca
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Chris Vermuelen - Laguna Seca
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Troy Corser - Laguna Seca
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Frankie Chili - Laguna Seca
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Troy Corser - Foggy Petronas - Laguna Seca
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Chris Vermuelen - Ten Kate Honda - Laguna Seca
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Regis Laconi - Ducati Fila - Laguna Seca
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Frankie Chili - PSG-1 Ducati - Laguna Seca
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Steve Martin - Laguna Seca
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Ten Kate Honda's Chris Vermuelen - Laguna Seca
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Troy Corser on the grid - Laguna Seca
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This is what happens when you dont call UmbrellagirlsUSA before coming to Laguna Seca
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Chris Vermuelen on the grid - Laguna Seca
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Pole-sitter Steve Martin on the grid - Laguna Seca
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Frankie Chili - Laguna Seca
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Regis Laconi - Brands Hatch Qualifying
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Regis Laconi dropped from first to third during Superpole - Brands Hatch
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Noriyuki Haga pulled off the hug double victory - Brands Hatch
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Race one winner Nitro Nori Haga on the podium with runner-up Laconi and third place Steve Martin - Brands Hatch
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Ducati Fila rider Regis Laconi (55) led the majority of both races - Brands Hatch
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Chris Vermeulen finished fourth in race one then third in race two - Brands Hatch
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Chris Walker performs a burnout for all the British fans - Brands Hatch
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Noriyki Haga had Regis Laconi in his sights all day long - Brands Hatch
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Chris Walker rode the wheels of his FP-1 in order to stay in front of Dean Ellsion - Brands Hatch
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Frankie Chili (7) was in the thick of every battle for the lead in both races. Here he is chasing Laconi (55) with Haga lurking in the background - Brands Hatch
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Chris Walker (9) leads Steve Martin (99) about everyone else in the field - Brands Hatch
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Nitro Nori Haga (41) gets the holeshot on his Renegade-Koji Ducati 999 - Brands Hatch
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James Toseland came into Brands Hatch with the points lead, hoping to impress his home town fans. Instead, he failed miserably with a 7th and a DNF, dropping him to 4th in the points – Brands Hatch
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Ducati Fila's James Toseland won race two and leaves Assen with the championship lead - Assen
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Race one winner Chris Vermeulen (17) battles with Pierfrancesco Chili (7) - Assen
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James Toseland (52) Chris Vermeulen (17) went at it all day - Assen
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Laconi (55) and Toseland (52) lead the pack down the long Assen straight - Assen
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Ten Kate Honda's Chris Vermeulen won the first race - Assen
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Nori Haga (41) and Toseland swap paint at 150mph - Assen
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'Nitro' Nori Haga finished 3-4 at Assen and moves into contention for the title - Assen
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James Toseland on the grid - Assen
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Ducati Fila's James Toseland - Imola
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Renegade Koji Ducati's Noriyuki Haga - Imola
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Ducati Fila's Regis Laconi - Imola
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Regis Laconi (55) leads Nori Haga (41) and James Toseland (52) - Imola
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Sebastien Gimbert
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James Toseland, Nori haga and Regis Laconi on the final podium of 2004