WSBK » Biaggi benefits after Checa crash


Checa crashes out of the lead on lap five, handing the lead and the subsequent win to the 2010 world champion.

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Mikeyy - Unregistered

February 26, 2012 1:58 AM

YESSSS :)

As you can tell im a Biaggi fan so happy lets hope Biaggi can take the double.
Both Max and Checa were the only 2 to dip into the 1.31's during the the race.

Shrieker

February 26, 2012 2:03 AM
Last Edited 907 days ago

THAT was a thoroughly enjoyable and immersive race. I only wish the lead battle lasted at least a little longer. That said... Hope Checa's alright and can make race 2. If Superbike's like that, the Supersport boys are gonna eat each other ALIVE.

190mph - Unregistered

February 26, 2012 2:16 AM

So the STUPID one bike rule strikes again this time for Laverty during warm-up. Completely pointless rule at world championship level.

Well done Melandri and Sykes and good to see Haslam finish and pick up points.

Roman EmpeRSV4 - Unregistered

February 26, 2012 2:36 AM

i told u didn't i... aprilia mean business! especially in signing laverty as an equal rider to the team, i always felt they wanted to get the title back whether it's max or eugene.

aprilia now a strong team like yamaha the previous yr when both riders are contenders.


stunning performance from the 40year old biaggi, even whitheram and barnacle said it was one of the best perfomances from max they had ever seen -he looked like he was riding it like a 25year old at times... such a stylish rider, team, bike and leathers, gigi looked very cool also. what a credit to motorcycling aprilia are... ducati take note 80)


superb effort from melandri proving yet again the best riders are two stroke boys often with motogp experience, i've always thought two strokes are the best test of ability as a rider can't hide his weaknesses like on a four stroke.


a generalisation perhaps, but look who keeps winning and podiuming... whitheram as a former racer has the view two strokes really teach young r

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