MotoGP » Max Biaggi completes Pramac Ducati MotoGP test

“We didn't do any damage and we had some good fun!” – Max Biaggi.

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lean two

June 07, 2013 8:12 PM

Biaggi set a best lap of 1m 52.1s which would have qualified him 23rd in last weeks race, and even if he had improved by an intire second, that only would have brought him up to 21st... squashing any doubt of him swaping paint with Rossi, even with Rossi's off track excursion lol...

great move by Ducati to have him... a true Italian love-in lol

bri t

June 07, 2013 9:02 PM

lean two...he was only testing and unlikely pushing much vs last week's racers, some of whom were not on their first MotoGP bike in 8 years.

I liked this tho "but probably the carbon brakes were what slowed him down the most" Ahhh! LOL.


June 08, 2013 2:46 AM

How good is it to see a guy who is passionate enough about riding bikes to be invited to have a ride of a Moto GP bike again, and take the offer up.
Bet Casey never gets an offer like that in the near future. lol.


June 08, 2013 8:10 AM

Don't bring up the C word ???? You can't win can you! Some people would obviously love the C word never to be mentioned ever again, but there are others who respect the fact that the C word involves 2 world titles and think it should never be forgotten! There is also the fact that certain topics mean the C word can be mentioned and still talked about as let's face it, when is there going to be another post that actually concentrates on the C word as personally, I don't think we will ever hear from the C word again - thankfully!!


June 08, 2013 9:29 AM

@ V4Poweeeer.
Bit sensitive there arn't we buddy. Not sure if your a fan of CS or not. The topic being discussed is about an unreal motorcycle racer who was granted a guest ride on a GP bike after an 8 year absence. It is also related to a rider who won on a Ducati, and no longer rides in GP's. Do you think the spoilt little Aussie would get an invite like Biaggi in 7 years from now? I think not. After the C rider (as you want him to be known) left Ducati, thay slammed the door and said "stay out". lol.


June 08, 2013 9:42 AM

Hey bernyec.
Snap out of it and have a good look at yourself. Personnel insults don't wash, and if you want to respond to every post that mentions Stoner, you have your work cut out for you. I get sick to the teeth ( like V4Power) of people bringing his name up. But this was just a bit of attempted humour on my part. You Stoner fans are as touchy as Stoner was. Glad he's gone but his fans obviously still troll to break everyones nuts. Sad, very sad indeed.

Jules W.

June 08, 2013 9:46 AM

Really? I thought that was the rider wearing #46 that got the door slammed as he cost them millions but never delivered (but understandable, as the bike is a pig, a uniform spec tire levels the field, and there are no Michelin overnight specials anymore, right???)
On top of that, Biaggi looks more comfortable on that Ducati than Rossi ever did during his two year stint.

Anyway, seriously, grow up guys.
I don't care whether you're a rider's fanboy and get wet dreams from a particular rider, but at least respect all of them for their skills as none of us will ever get close to what they are able to.

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