WSBK » Checa back on top, Biaggi disqualified


The Spaniard is untroubled after assuming the lead on lap two, while Camier ensures the British flag flies above the podium with a battling third.

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Spengler - Unregistered

March 27, 2011 4:22 PM

When Biaggi has a bad weekend, he *really* has a bad weekend! All the soap opera rubbish from this weekend will follow him around like a bad smell for sometime to come yet. Certainly in the British Eurosport commentary box anyway. More importantly for Max though, he's given himself a fairly big points deficit to make up to Checa. Something that he's going to have to sort out soon if he's going to retain the #1 plate.

Realfan 10 - Unregistered

March 27, 2011 4:55 PM

I have always been a Max Biaggi fan, but this weekend Max you have let your fans down, your team down and yourself down. I would go home and take a long look at yourself and the quicker you realise you have been a complete Pratt all weekend then you may'be able to do something about it. Well done to Marco and to Carlos Checa (two nice guy's Max) and well done to Leon Camier and Leon Haslam.. great weekend of racing but spoiled by the Biaggi dramatic's. He needs a slap for what he has brought to WSBK this weekend.

Uptown - Unregistered

March 27, 2011 5:03 PM

"On board footage was excellant"
Like whitham said it looks like they have called in the local Maplins and bought a couple of camera's from there. It was shocking breaking up pictures and out of focus, If it was new technology you could accept it. Motogp's cameras cover ever angle particular the gyrocam and the front tyre that shows how it distorts. Then again we are taking Motogp which so many people on here hate for some strange reason.
They are better than the WSB camera men though that are shocking, good thing about the camera's today at least you could see how small the crowd was

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