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Biaggi completes MotoGP test

“The first day was spent with Max trying to find out as much as possible about the bike because, as we said, after eight years of not riding a MotoGP bike, it was clear that his memories were from a long time back!” said Pramac Racing team manager Francesco Guidotti.

“Things have changed a lot since then, in particular the tyres, but probably the carbon brakes were what slowed him down the most in his gaining overall confidence in the bike.

“On the second day, however, we could see an improvement right from the first time he went out; maybe during the night he reflected on what had happened the previous morning, as he hadn't ridden in the afternoon due to the bad weather.

“I think it was great for him to test with us, and for us it was a great pleasure to have him in the box again!”


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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.

99CrystalBall

June 08, 2013 8:13 PM

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...Motojunky. I dont think he gives a sh*t either mate!



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