WSBK » Biaggi pulls clear, but urges Aprilia improvements


Though he hasn't Max Biaggi ups his advantage in the overall standings to 18 points with a pair of podium finishes at Miller Motorsports Park.

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Mayfly - Unregistered

May 29, 2012 9:07 AM

Great job Max! Consistency has been his saving grace, but he'll need to find the top step sooner rather than later. Like him or not, Max is truly a world class rider.

Parre - Unregistered

May 29, 2012 9:28 AM

What a season! So close races and hard battles. All good positions and finished races seem to be more important than ever. Max has been there or thereabouts all the way, thus he leads. If they could improve his Aprilia in certain areas, he could take it away, but yet again that seems to be the case with Honda, BMW, Kawasaki and Ducati too. I cant wait for the next race!

darren - Unregistered

May 29, 2012 11:35 AM

good job by the top 4, aprilia looks very twitchy in the turns. what a ride by chaz davies, i think he held max up, but that wasnt his problem. good rides by melandri and johnny. bmw what weapon about time

The Aprilia doesn't look that bad, but Biaggi is clearly the worst when it comes to overtaking (maybe the Aprilia is not that kind at braking)

When he has clear road ahead Biaggi has enough speed to win, but he always looses places in the first lap fights. Maybe he is too old to get aggressive again or maybe his passive attitude is the right thing to do (see last lap at Donington)

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