MotoGP » Biaggi completes ‘positive’ Aprilia test


Max Biaggi completes 176 laps over three days in Mugello, setting a best lap time of 1min 50.940secs.

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Yearby23

July 03, 2014 4:43 PM

Biaggi would still be competitive in my opinion. He's not been retired long.

As for Rossi and SBK... He'd walk it.
Remember when Rossi broke his leg? During his rehab he tested an R1 after a SBK weekend and lapped faster than the fastest race lap time, with a broken leg.

grantrd

July 03, 2014 4:48 PM

Yearby... Doing one fast lap on the bike that just won the championship is hardly grounds to say he would walk it...
Give max some credit, he won two titles fighting every race with some of the toughest racers in the world, all at the tender age of 40...even Rossi was impressed with his achievements there...

Yearby23

July 03, 2014 5:01 PM

grantrd...

I wasn't saying Rossi would walk it as to discredit Max...
I've always liked Biaggi.
Tbh the fact that Stoner, Simoncelli, Kato and even Schwantz are considered MotoGp legends and Biaggi isn't is a bit of a crime.
Biaggi won 4 250cc championships in a row.
Kato and Simoncelli won 1 each.

Biaggi was an incredible rider, in both GP and SBK.

zeitguist

July 03, 2014 6:43 PM

LLarry: WTF
This is a thread about Biaggi & Aprilia.
Why is it that some id1ot always has to bring Rossi into it?
Stay on topic.


NO no no......you are on the wrong site...this IS the Valentino Rossi enthusiast pages....I thought everyone knew that?

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