WSBK » Biaggi lectures Rea after 'crazy' claim

"It would seem that Rea thinks he was right and that I caused the crash... crazy stuff!" – Max Biaggi.

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haydonk599 - Unregistered

June 01, 2011 10:01 AM

No one's hating Rea here. Yes Biaggi messed up a number of times this year but that doesn't mean he's to be faulted all the time. It's Biaggi being made the victim here knowing fully well he's being labelled the "bad" guy.


June 01, 2011 10:10 AM

@ haydonk599

All I'm saying is, 'cos this is all speculation anyway, if you see the initial reactions of the riders, Rea was fuming at Biaggi and Biaggi's reaction kinda looked embarrassed. I wish there were clear replays to see what happened from the start but can't seem to find any.

whynot - Unregistered

June 01, 2011 11:26 AM

biaggi is never in the wrong according to him, he's an old man and should have grown up by now and stop atcing like a ****

its round after round with biaggi always making himself look like a spoilt little sh8t!! im glad camier showed him up on sunday, and he's not even on the same spec as biaggi so obvious!

Parre - Unregistered

June 01, 2011 12:06 PM

I do not understand how people can jump into conclusions simply based on their "gut feeling" or someones body language. Personally I feel suspicious when a rider starts immediately to blame another rider for doing a mistake. It rarely is so blatantly clear who is more guilty. They are all very good and racers as such usually respect each other, knowing the high level of skill that is required in their sport. In any case it takes two to tango. Cool headed person will watch the replay of his crash from as many angles as possible. If he is ultra cool, he will even put himself in the other riders situation and thenk think twice. In the heat of the moment a rider might react this way or that way, but ultimately they all know that the margins are extremely small and mistakes happen.

yea-right - Unregistered

June 01, 2011 12:28 PM

You could tell it was Biaggi's fault from the way he reacted in the gravel trap. He wouldn't look at Rea and sulked away, sorry but a picture is worth a thousand words.

twostrokesrule - Unregistered

June 01, 2011 1:44 PM

reas a good guy and rider but hes not exactly known for his gentle riding/passing etc,Biaggis making a few mistakes and is always the fall guy,i think its prob just a racing incident,no one really knows what happened and they should just stop acting like little girls and get on with next race/improving their form-Prob just big frustration on both as theyre both struggling abit just now and are both well capable of wins

Urco - Unregistered

June 01, 2011 4:31 PM

Finally some decent footage. Can't add a link but just look on youtube search biaggi rea, and upload date today you'll find a clip of 6.53 length, the crash starts at 6.35

Biaggi doing a Simoncelli on Rea, you got to be kiddin, Rea is talking crap.

James - Unregistered

June 01, 2011 4:51 PM

First of all i don't like the term doing a Simoncelli !!!
Biaggi left Rea about 2 3 meters of free track.
Biaggi looked embraced cos he did a rookies mistake by pushing too hard too early nothings more than that.
don't get me wrong i cant stand the sour face but he didn't do anything WRONG this time.
Rea is Low achieving BABY!!!

Hellhound - Unregistered

June 01, 2011 5:00 PM

ya just seen that vid needed to pause it to catch it, rea sticks up inside nowhere near getting past , biaggi stays on his line and rea hits him, defo reas fault there, but i would say just a racing incident this shish happens! now im gunna go and tweet! gays

blue - Unregistered

June 01, 2011 5:12 PM

I also just found film of the accident on youtube, 241 views, Rea was inside and behind Biaggi as they went into the corner, Rea ran into the side of Biaggi, the accident was clearly Rea's fault and should be man enough to admit it

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