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Sabella plays with Carlos Checa's race winner
Calendar photographer Jim Gianatsis shot this month's May 2010 Fast Dates
Calendar page of beautiful model Sabella Shake with Carlos Checa's Ten Kate Honda CBR 1000RR. Photographed at the Miller Motorsports USA Wolrd Superbike race weekend in May/June 2008, Carlos would use this very bike to win both Superbike Races on Sunday.

Jump forward 2 years later to Miller Motorsport USA race weekend 2010 and Carlso Checa would again be running away with both races aboard the privateer Althea Ducati 1198RS, only to suffer mechanical problems in both races leaving him sidelined on the track. Aprila's Max Biaggi, running a distant 2nd of the factory Aprila, would be handed both Race Wins and the points lead in the 2010 World Superbike Championship.

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Heather and Jaime warm up Carlos Checa's 2010 Althea Ducati which was the quickest bike at the 2010 Miller World Superbike round where we photographed it for the next Fast Dates Calendar. Click to GO BIG

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Jaime and Heather appeared at 2010's Miller USA World Superbike May 29-31st
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June 1st, 2010 - Playboy magazine's hottest, sexiest, most beautiful new 2010 Playmates, Miss January Jaime Faith Edmonson, and Miss February Heather Rae Young, joined Calender producer Jim Gianatsis as the official SBK World Superbike Fast Dates Calendar Kittens at the Miller Motorsports USA World Superbike round May 29-31st 2010.

The crew started the race weekend off being photographed for the next Fast Dates World Superbike PinUp Calendar with all the top factory team race bikes. Both Calendar Kittens then served on race day with multi-time SBK World Championship winning team Ducati Corse to be their official grid girls for their two factory riders, Noriyuki Haga and Michel Fabrizio.

Michel Fabrizio and the Fast Dates Calendar Kittens
Ducati's very lucky Michel Fabrizio had his pick of the two hottest grid girls for Monday's race, Calendar Kittens and current Playboy centerfolds Jaime Edmonson (left) and Heather Rae Young (right).

Ernesto Marinelli
Ducati Corse team manager Ernesto Marinelli enjoys another set of potent high performance twins, our own World Superbike Calendar Kittens Heather and Jaime.

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The Calendar Kittens made new friends quite easily. Heater loosing her top also helped. Below: Jaime with Haga on the starting grid.

Heather keeps Michel Fabrizio cool on the grid, coming ...

...and going.

Post Race One Interviews, Checa gets the Pirelli Fastest Lap Award after his break doen handed Biaggii the win.

Making friends again, this time with Ruben Xsus.

Beautful grid girls were everywhere!

Ducati Corse team manager Ernesto Marinelli enjoys another set of potent high performance twins

Our Calendar Kittens still making friends again, this time with ...

...Troy Corser.

Double race winner Mad Max's Aprilia RSV4 never looked better!

Little known facts: Michel Fabrizio's nick name / logo is "Hurricane".

Michel Fabrizio's front number "84" includes the inscription 21 x 4 = 84 as a tribute to his mentor, veteran Troy Baylliss who was his Ducati team mate during Michel's first season in WSB in 2008

Insurance: Nori's spare #2 1198RF sits waiting in the Pit Box in case of problems with the #1 bike during the race sighting lap.

Italian playboy Michel Fabrizio and our Playboy Playmates.

Jacob Smurz and his
bootylicious grid girl.

Heather and Jaime warm up Carlos Checa's 2010 Althea Ducati 1198RS which is often in front of the factory Ducati Corse bikes.

Jaime Edmonson, Heather rae Yound, Playboy Playmate

Veteran motojournalist Kel Edge gets more Pussy than he can handle!

Kel Edge stalks Heather Rae and Troy Corser.

Miller World Superbike PodiumMax tops the first of two podiums in Race One at Miller with Leon and Nori. Leon would crash out in Race Two, turning over the World Championship points lead to Max.

Shooting the 2010 Fast Dates Calednar at Miller USA World Superbike Weekend
Biaggi / Aprilia Takes Third Double Win
and World Superbike Championship Lead

Heart Breaker for Checa as Althea Ducati Quits Running While Dominating Both Races

Miller Motorsports Park, Utah, May 29-31st - A remarkable day of unpredictable final outcomes and drama on track finally delivered two 21-lap race victories to Max Biaggi and his Aprilia Alitalia team at Miller Motorsports Park. Max now has a 15 point lead over Leon Haslam (Alstare Suzuki) who suffered a Race 2 crash and the loss of his Championship lead. Max might not have won a single race today had Althea Ducati privateer Carlos Checa not had his machine quit twice on him while leading. Checa had to content himself with two Pirelli awards for the fastest lap of each race and a new lap record of 1’48.045, set on lap four of race one. Biaggi made his third double win of the year, after similar feats at Portimao and Monza.

Checa Biaggi Miller Superbike action Carlos Checa (7) pulling away with the lead from Max Biaggi (3) in both races before bike problems stopped him.

Superbike Race One, Max inherits the Win from a runaway Carlos
A two-rider fight for supremacy in race one suddenly became a clear victory for Max Biaggi (Aprilia Alitalia) as long time race leader Carlos Checa (Althea Ducati) was forced to stop with a technical problem on lap 19 of the 21 laps. Max was able to latch on to pole sitter Carlos for the first half of the race as they began disappearing from the rest of the field right from the start. But by the mid point of the race even Max on the powerful Aprila RSV4 could not hang with the private team Ducati 11989RS as Carlos began dropping Max and the rest of the field by nearly half second a lap. Then with just 2 laps to the checkered flag the Ducati's engine RPM dropped to a fixed idle, forcing Carlos to pull off the track and park it. The cause would later be diagnosed as an electrical / computer failure in the bike's fly-by-wire throttle control system.

Almost five seconds behind Biaggi, championship leader Leon Haslam was second for Alstare Suzuki, and the final podium place was secured by the rejuvenated Noriyuki Haga (Ducati Xerox), .a significant result as it is the first time that he has finished in the top three on this particular track.

In the early morning’s brief warm-up session, Noriyuki proved that he was ready to race, demonstrating a consistently fast pace and registering the overall fastest time, while his team-mate Michel finished the twenty-minute warm-up in sixth position.

Heather Young Michel Fabrizio
Fast Dates Calendar Kitten and Playboy Playmate Heather Rae on the grid with Michel Fabrizio for Race One.
Michel would slide out on lap four and not be able to finish the race.

Neither Noriyuki nor Ducati team mate Michel Fabrizio made a great start. After the first lap Noriyuki was lying in sixth position when Michel unexpectedly fell, losing the rear and thus closing his race almost immediately. Haga pushed on to arrive in fifth position, just behind Leon Camier and Leon Haslam; he remained in this position until the eighteenth lap when he was finally able to pass Camier. During the same lap race leader Carlos Checa’s bike came to a stop. Noriyuki moved up to third and held this position to the line. The podium finish is significant for Haga as in the last two years he had never managed to close in the top three on this particular track.

Leon Camier was in a podium position on his Aprilia Alitalia vee-four for most of the race, but could not keep Haslam and Haga behind on the final laps. Troy Corser was fifth for BMW Motorrad Motorsport, Shane Byrne a brilliant sixth on his Althea Ducati, having fought back from a very lowly position at the start. Luca Scassa, Sylvain Guintoli, James Toseland and Ruben Xaus rounded out the top ten finishers.

Superbike Race 2 Results:

1. Biaggi M. (ITA) Aprilia RSV4 Factory  38'20.442 (161,260 km/h) (B/A);
2. Haslam L. (GBR) Suzuki GSX-R1000 4.931 (B/A);
3. Haga N. (JPN) Ducati 1198 6.432 (A/A);
4. Camier L. (GBR) Aprilia RSV4 Factory 8.576 (B/A);
5. Corser T. (AUS) BMW S1000 RR 11.150 (A/A);
6. Byrne S. (GBR) Ducati 1198 11.243 (A/A);
7. Scassa L. (ITA) Ducati 1198 12.432 (C/A);
8. Guintoli S. (FRA) Suzuki GSX-R1000 15.145 (A/A);
9. Toseland J. (GBR) Yamaha YZF R1 16.091 (A/A);
10. Xaus R. (ESP) BMW S1000 RR 16.502 (A/A);
11. Crutchlow C. (GBR) Yamaha YZF R1 18.719 (B/A);
12. Neukirchner M. (GER) Honda CBR1000RR 24.285 (C/A);
13. Sykes T. (GBR) Kawasaki ZX 10R 36.479 (C/A);
14. Rea J. (GBR) Honda CBR1000RR 39.700 (A/A);
15. Vermeulen C. (AUS) Kawasaki ZX 10R 41.253 (B/A);
16. Hayden R. (USA) Kawasaki ZX 10R 41.661 (B/A);
17. Parkes B. (AUS) Honda CBR1000RR 1'00.427 (A/A);
18. Baiocco M. (ITA) Kawasaki ZX 10R a 4 giri (B/A)

Carlos Checa
A devistated Carlos Checa was robbed by mechanical problms of both race wins.

Superbike Race Two, Max Inheirits Another Win from Carlos

Carlos Checa again took to the race lead right off the line with the Altera Ducati followed by Biaggi and the Aprila, and Carlos once again appeared to be uncatchable. But then, just as heart breaking as Race One, Carlos would half distance into the race before his bike quit running, this time diagnosed as a mechanical gremlin rather than electical as in Race One.

Byrne Smrz Miller
Shane Byrne, Smrz and Guintoli battle mid-pack.

Max Biaggio inherited the race lead again, and then when his main championship rival Leon Haslam crashed out, Max Biaggi’s second win of the day for Aprilia put him 15 points in the lead. Leon Camier had a career best of second on his Aprilia Alitalia machine and Cal Crutchlow took his Yamaha Sterilgarda bike to third place. This was the first time that two Aprilias have finished on the podium in a 1-2.

Leon ended his Miller Motorsport Park World Superbike weekend losing the series lead and having stitches in his left elbow following a big highside which ended his second race and allowed Max Biaggi to claim top spot in the points table. Haslam, who is was 27 at the weekend, crashed out on lap 14 which was the same lap that Althea Ducati's Carlos Checa broke down for a second time, handing Biaggi, on the Alitalia Aprila, the race win in a mirror of the race-one result.

In the 2010 championship Biaggi now has 257 points, Haslam 242 and Jonathan Rea (Hannspree Ten Kate Honda) 151. Behind the podium battle Haga was fourth, Corser fifth and Guintoli sixth. Shane Byrne went seventh and Jonathan Rea eighth. Checa leaves America on an unchanged 141 points, in fourth place, with Haga now only six points behind him.

Nori Haga grid ducati jaime EdmonsonCalendar Kitten Jaime on the grid with Nori.

The Ducati Xerox riders did not have an easy start to the second race either. Ruben Xaus touched Noriyuki’s bike right off the line which caused him to lose positions and precious time, while Michel found himself in fourteenth position at the end of the first lap. During lap six Haga got past Rea and, following the retirement of both Checa and Haslam from the race, he moved up to fifth, with Fabrizio in twelfth. Haga pushed hard, catching and passing Corser on the BMW in the closing stages. Even though his pace was still strong, time did not allow the Japanese rider to catch Crutchlow, meaning he had to settle for a final fourth position.
At the end of the seventh round, Noriyuki is now fifth in the general standings with 135 points, while team-mate Michel is tenth (102 points). Ducati is still third in the manufacturers standings with 214 points.

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Former 2-time World Champ Troy Corser stops by for a visit as Jaime and and Heather shoot with his factory BMW S1000RR Superbike. Click to GO BIG

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The Return of Troy Bayliss to World Superbike?
June 1st 2010 , Miller Motorsports, Utah - While we were hanging out with Ducati Corse at the Miller Motorsports USA World Superbike last week, I ask team manager Ernesto Marinelli about the possibility of Ducati's 3-time World Superbike Champion coming out of retirement to race for the team again. His 52 World Superbike victories on Ducati motorcycls are second only to Carl Fogarty. As we know from Ducati Corse press releases, Bayliss has been flying in to Italy from his home in Australia to do development testing on the race bikes for the team.

Ernesto told me that Troy is possibly interested in racing again, but it is just still too early in the 2010 season to make any determination for next year 2011. The final decision for Troy depends on how his wife Kim feels about his returning to racing. Troy, Kim and their two children left their European home base in Monaco at the end of 2008 and returned to their family home in Taree, Australia. For Troy to return to the World Superbike Championship now would require even longer airplane flights from Australia to follow the tour. Unless of course, Troy relocated back to Europe for part of the year, spending more time away from the family.

We can image that the small town of Taree can feel very small and confiding after you've lived in Monaco for 10 years, ridden road bikes in the Alps, and have been jetting around the world and treated like royalty.

How anxious is Ducati Corse to have Bayliss return from retirement? One only has to look at the current points standing in the 2010 Superbike Championship to see Noriyuki Haga down in 5th place and Michel Fabrizio in 10th, the lowest factory Ducati rider ranking in Ducati's 20 year involvement with the series except for the 2000 season when Fogarty broke his shoulder. Last year 2009 Haga and Michel finished the Championship on top in 2nd-3rd behind Ben Spies.

I asked Ernesto if there would be room on the Corse team for 3 riders in 2011 and he said "No", that Ducati only has the budget and resources for a 2-rider team. I believe both Haga's and Fabrizio's current factory contracts are ending his year, so unless either of them goes on a winning streak real soon, Ducati tends not to keep riders who don't finish in the top three.

Would Ducati be foolish to bring back Troy Bayliss at the age of 42? Hardly foolish, as Troy has always been in incredible physical shape thanks to his road bike training, while other riders near his age like Troy Corse and Carlos Checa remain at the top of the game. One only needs to look at Michael Schumacher in Formula One, who has made a successful return to top of car racing after a 3 year retirement.

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Motorsport on Monday in Salt Lake City in the 2010 FIM Superbike World Championship. Team mate Ruben
Xaus (ESP) finished tenth and 11th  on the seventh race weekend in Utah. For the young team it was the second
best result so far. In total, in 2010 the team has finished in the top five six times.

In the manufacturers' standings Team BMW Motorrad Motorsport has now scored 130 points and is in sixth. In 2009 after seven races the team had only scored 60 points. Troy has scored 127 points in the rider's championship and is seventh, while Ruben is in 14th  with 53 points.

Race 1: Troy proved to be a great starter: Just before turn 1, he made it from 15th  on the grid to fourth. He was passed by Leon Haslam (GBR) and Noriyuki Haga (JPN) on lap six. He finished the race fifth as Carlos Checa(ESP) had to retire. Ruben started well and was eighth after the first lap. He finished tenth.

Race 2: Again, a rocket start for Troy - he jumped from 15th  to third. Ruben made up four positions at the start. Unfortunately neither rider was able to maintain this position, and finally finished fifth and 11th  respectively.

Troy Corser: Bike:
BMW S 1000 RR

Result Race 1: 5th , Gap to 1st: 00:11.150 min / Fastest Lap Race 1: 1:49.038 min
Result Race 2: 5th , Gap to 1st: 00:09.473 min / Fastest Lap Race 2: 1:48.432 min
"Overall, we should be happy today. Nevertheless I was disappointed with the Superpole result as I had to start both races from the fourth row. In the first race I had to fight with chattering, and I had some trouble with the edge grip. We changed the rear spring and made a few adjustments. The bike definitely felt better, but the
problem came back again when the tyre went away after a couple of laps. We now know what we have toimprove."

Ruben Xaus:
Bike: BMW S 1000 RR

Result Race 1: 10th , Gap to 1st : 00:16.502 min / Fastest Lap Race 1: 1:49.309 min
Result Race 2: 11th , Gap to 1st : 00:26.823 min / Fastest Lap Race 2: 1:49.132 min
"To be honest I am disappointed with today. I got great starts in both races and I was right with the top guys. I just couldn't do the times over the race distance. The team and I have worked tirelessly all weekend and made
some real steps forward, but today we just couldn't make it happen in the races. Still the team did a great jobmand I must thank them for that, and also compliments to Troy because he did so well. I just wish I could have been up there with him. I hope we can join him at the front in Misano."

Berthold Hauser (BMW Motorrad Motorsport Director):
"It is good to go back to Europe with two more top five results. After Sunday's Superpole result I was not expecting to do as well as we did today. I am really happy with the performance from both Troy and Ruben.
Nevertheless, we had some problems today, especially with tyre wear. We have to learn from that, and we know that we still have some work to do. Last year at this circuit in particular we struggled - so to achieve what we did today is a real step forward. Congratulations to the entire team once again for what they have achieved with a lot
of hard work. I feel sorry for Carlos Checa who did a great job today but was very unlucky."

Solid Points in Each Race for Kawasaki's Tom Sykes and Chris Vermulen
WSBK, Salt Lake City, June 1st -
Kawasaki Racing Team riders Tom Sykes and Chris Vermeulen scored points in each Miller Motorsports Park race today, maintaining their championship positions.

The riders also improved on their qualifying positions in each race, as they got to grips with the big and fast corners at Miller, during another intense day of race action in the Superbike World Championship.

In the first 21-lap contest Sykes was 13th in a lone race in the last laps. Chris was 15th, unlucky to lose a place on the last lap.

In the second race, with track temperatures much higher than in race one, Chris was 14th at the start of the race, finally scoring 13th place, one ahead of Tom. Sykes had tangled with another rider early on and was down to 19th at one stage.

Tom is still 15th overall, now on 42 points, Chris 19th on nine. The next round is at Misano on 27 June.

Tom Sykes: “We started the weekend in good shape but although we were consistent with lap times and we improved on last year’s times, it was still not fast enough. I had a decent launch in both races but in race two I got tangled up with a Ducati rider and lost a few places, which put us in a disastrous 19th place. Middle race distance we struggled with handling into the long left-handed corners but I fought back as hard as I could to finish within the points. I guess that is a positive from the weekend. I’m sorry for the boys but I did the best I could and I look forward to getting things back-on track and running nearer the front at Misano.”

Chris Vermeulen: “A difficult weekend but we scored points in both races. It was my first time here and we improved the bike all weekend. At a circuit like this with really long corners we struggled to make the turns and we do not have the fastest bike right now. We have some work to do still. We made some changes race one to race two because I struggled with front tyre durability again, and we made it a lot better. Consistency and speed was faster, and I think that I was eight seconds nearer the front. That was a good step forward for us.”

Difficult Weekend at Miller for Honda Ten Kate Riders
Jonathan Rea took hard-earned 14th and eighth places finishes in today’s two seventh round World Superbike races at Miller Motorsports Park in the USA. His team-mate Max Neukirchner also struggled at the 4.907km circuit near Salt Lake City, placing 12th in the two 21-lap encounters.

Both outings were won by Max Biaggi after early leader Carlos Checa ran into electrical problems, as Rea and Neukirchner complained of handling problems with their machines.

Rea crashed at the beginning of lap three in the first race, but remounted in last place to begin a dogged fight back to 14th place at the flag and two championship points. However, changes to his front fork settings for race two did not improve his bike’s handling and the 23-year-old was forced to settle for eighth.

Neukirchner suffered similar handling issues and, starting from 16th place on the grid, the German rider struggled to make any impact on the standings. T he Hannspree Ten Kate Honda team is now looking forward to an upcoming two-day test at Assen in The Netherlands, before heading for round eight of the championship at Misano, Italy on 25-27 June.

Jonathan Rea – 14th and 8th
It’s quite hard to take many positives out of the weekend really. We’ve had big problems all weekend and nothing we tried did anything to fix them. We made a big – and I mean BIG – change to the front of the bike for race two, but the characteristics were exactly the same. Unfortunately, I’m missing the first day of our test at Assen because I’m riding in the 300km race at Suzuka, but there’s plenty for Max and the team to be working through. I really hope we can get something to take to the next race at Misano, because I have some great memories of that round last year.

Max Neukirchner – 12th & 12th
We tried something different for the second race because in the first one the bike was pitching too much – diving too fast under the brakes and coming up too quickly under acceleration. We thought the change would work but it didn’t, so we have another two disappointing results to take away from this race. I hope we can have two really positive days at the Assen test in two weeks, because there is a lot we need to get through. It’s frustrating because I know I can do better than what my results are showing.

Ronald ten Kate – team manager
There is no hiding from the fact that this has been a bad weekend for us. With the chatter that both riders experienced, they could only ride around and make laps. We now have a two-day test at Assen where we will try quite a few new bits and pieces because we have to be in better shape at Misano. Having said that, Miller is the last race this year where we didn’t have suspension data from Ohlins (The team used White Power Suspenison here last year). We start at Misano with at least some reference points from last year. We hope that data will yield much better results for the rest of the season.








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Until now The Making of Fast Dates video has only been available as a VHS tape - now about as popular as 8-Tracks and Compact Cassettes. To commerate its 10th Anniversary we've stepped up to the 21st century and have re released it on DVD from the original high quality Beta Master.

Featuring the Superbikes of John Kocinski and Neil Hodgson (Ducati Corse 966F97), Troy Corser (Power Horse Ducati 966F97 which hit 200mph at Daytona), Erion Honda CBR900RR SuperTeam Champion, EBSCO Suzuki GSXR1142 SuperTeam Endruance Champion, Tom Kipp (Yamaha YZR750), Anthony Gober (Muzzy Kawasaki ZX7R), Roland Sand's (Performance machine Yamaha TZ250), Colin Edwards (Yamaha YZF750R), Carl Fogarty (Honda RC45), Larry Pegram (Ferracci Ducati 955), Pascal Picotte (Yoshimura Suzuki GSXR750.

2006 SBK World Superbike Season Review DVD

2006 MotoGP Season Review DVD

2006 SBK World Superbike Season Review DVD

Model Introductions

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