Motorsports » Max Biaggi dismisses shock return rumours


Max Biaggi insists he won't be returning to the World Superbike paddock for a one-off ride at Monza, but speculation remains rife nonetheless...

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JAS - Unregistered

April 27, 2013 10:49 AM

Yes Max!! It would be Great to see you ride again...


On the other hand, No!!
Now you have Retired and have your Wife & Family, I
would Not Tempt Fate..Just Not Worth It!!!


Big Max Fan.

prof-x - Unregistered

April 27, 2013 11:26 AM

He can still win it or get on the podium. But with the two choice bikes being BMW or Aprilia over race distance he would have to be teaming up with Sylvain and Eugene that round.

trr - Unregistered

April 27, 2013 3:28 PM

I would welcome the Kawasaki or the Ducati variation (test rider with occasional wild cards) a lot more. But for Monza the only good option would be Aprilia or Kawasaki. Anyhow, for that CBR of Haslam he will not even pick up the phone.

Pirate Biker - Unregistered

April 27, 2013 5:58 PM

Instead of riding in WSBK he should go and he should go to MotoGP to ride for the injured Ben Spies. It would be a win for everyone involved.

Max doesn't have to ride balls to wall, just provide ducati with feedback to improve the bike. Then go home with a big paycheck. The fans get to see Max in the premier class once more. And Dorna get the added attention/ratings they seek to fuel their circus. Not to mention all the Crash-Dummies here get to speculate over Rossi v. Biaggi. Everyone wins in the end!!!

Pirate Biker - Unregistered

April 27, 2013 6:02 PM

Instead of riding in WSBK he should go and he should go to MotoGP to ride for the injured Ben Spies. It would be a win for everyone involved.

Max doesn't have to ride balls to wall, just provide ducati with feedback to improve the bike. Then go home with a big paycheck. The fans get to see Max in the premier class once more. And Dorna get the added attention/ratings they seek to fuel their circus. Not to mention all the Crash-Dummies here get to speculate over Rossi v. Biaggi. Everyone wins in the end!!!

prof-x - Unregistered

April 27, 2013 8:20 PM

Nah, a one off at Monza would be fantastic, but only if hes good for a podium or better. It's great that hes still interested in his former line of work and not burnt out like Rossi was last year, to leave on a high note after a very close championship and some stellar races is definitely something to behold, Rossi would be lucky to have a similar experience in WSBK, even with the R1 and Pirelli mixing up the tire species to help out TV ratings.

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