Motorsports » Max Biaggi to test Ducati MotoGP bike!


Max Biaggi reported to be riding Ducati MotoGP bike at Mugello this week.

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LanceTheHooliganAlbon

June 04, 2013 5:14 PM

This will be interesting. Biaggi complained about both the Yamaha and Honda. So much so that Honda told him to pi** off! I wonder if he'll be truthful about the Ducati? LOL :)

But that being said, I do hope Biaggi gets a wild card ride while Spies is out. It would be good to see ... maybe Stoner could do a wild card at Philip Island as well :) haha

jimmy - Unregistered

June 04, 2013 5:34 PM

Motorcycle racing is like a drug. If you really love it, you'll want to return again and again. Bayliss retired too early and now Biaggi would surely want to race again. Life outside of racing must be so boring for these guys.

R1racer - Unregistered

June 04, 2013 5:51 PM

Biaggi's riding style is silky smooth where everything needs to be perfect and the Ducati needs to be man handled into every corner. Therefore this is not a good fit for Max, he won't be very fast. But as a racing fan I wish Max and Ducati the best and that improvements can made.

Now if this was Max on the M1 I could see Max being very fast, maybe even close to Lorenzo's times.

All the best to you Max, I would really like to see you turn this test into a couple wild cards.

R1racer - Unregistered

June 04, 2013 5:56 PM

Biaggi's riding style is silky smooth where everything needs to be perfect and the Ducati needs to be man handled into every corner. Therefore this is not a good fit for Max, he won't be very fast. But as a racing fan I wish Max and Ducati the best and that improvements can made.

Now if this was Max on the M1 I could see Max being very fast, maybe even close to Lorenzo's times.

All the best to you Max, I would really like to see you turn this test into a couple wild cards.

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