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Alice Ducati's Toni Elias denied today at the Brno MotoGP round he has plans to switch to the World Superbike Championship for the 2009 season.
Rumours have been circulating that Elias, who rode to an astonishing second place this afternoon, was planning to go to WSB, possibly with the Santander Bank-backed Yamaha Motor Italia team. But he has refuted the claims, saying he intends to stay in the premier class.
“I am very happy by my performance. Since Germany we have improved a lot also thanks to the new technical material received by Ducati," he said.
"I also thought I could have done a podium in Laguna Seca but I committed a mistake and I couldn’t make it. Today everything went in the right direction. I am sure that we can maintain the same level for the rest of the season. I heard rumors that wanted me in Superbike next season: I never spoke to anybody in Superbike and I want to remain in MotoGP for many more years. I am happy to work in the Alice Team and with the Pramac Racing structure. If things will go well in this final part of the season I don’t see why I should change team.”

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