WSBK » Rea unhappy with ‘intimidating’ Biaggi move


Jonathan Rea insists Max Biaggi was at fault for the collision that ruined their hopes of a good result during the first race at Miller Motorsports Park.

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mcarrogant

May 31, 2011 9:29 AM

Hey jonathan rea welcome to the motogp paddock it looks like your gonna fit in just fine here no one will intimidate or pass you just watch out for that crazy man just up there.... yea simoncelli... what you think you can overtake him... oh yeaaaa i forgot riders such as you, jorge, dani, dovi, stoner & even pedrosa (at times)are allowed to pull overtaking maneuvers that would be considered intimidating if pulled on you.

Jonny dont become one of the prima-donnas Race to win not to just slip in and get home safely asif its a sunday ride in the countryside!!!!

McA

pp916 - Unregistered

May 31, 2011 9:41 AM

Its all very well having a go at JR without seeing any evidence but out of the 2 who has got the most previous form for behaving like a ***** on track? And off it for that matter....

KTMKen

May 31, 2011 9:43 AM

Unbelievable that critics out here on Crash would criticize Rea for what was obviously a blunder by Biaggi... or have you lost the fact that Biaggi isn't blaming REA????

Yep, typical stupidity by Crash critics!

mcarrogant

May 31, 2011 9:54 AM

@ktm ken

Yes the crash was most likely biaggis fault i am not at all dismissing that im just stating that johnny is going feeble and weak in his old age i remember last year at monza he threw his bike quite nicely going into the parabolica and once or twice this year he has pulled a few moves worthy of a Jorge lorenzo moaning session but in WSBK no one complains. TBH even melandri didnt complain when biaggi slapped him everyone else made the fuss :)

McA

adzman808

May 31, 2011 10:53 AM

@ktm ken

except that biaggi is blaming JR, did you not watch his post podium interview after race 2?

...............

TV didn't seem to capture the accident, so how can any of us say what happened?

i'd GUESS that every racer has taken someone else off at some point in their career.... occupational hazard, no?

Roman EmpeRSV4 - Unregistered

May 31, 2011 12:12 PM


hey guys, check max's site! should get the controversy buffs in a flap 'n' twitter about jonny's tweet and max's response to it... needless to say the emperor is not amused at the blame shifting -i have no idea who is responsible to be honest...

"I have overlooked the incident because it was fairly obvious how the fall happened. But after, reading here and there, it would seem that Rea thinks he was right and that I caused his crash...... crazy stuff! However, I feel to give him a suggestion, hopefully he will accept it: “Sometimes recognize your mistakes makes you grow and makes you be estimated also by your colleagues. A bad start on the second race for me then I moved up to climb to the third place, pushing hard. In the conditions in which I was, I believe is a good result."

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