WSBK » Biaggi: We need to improve Aprilia


Max Biaggi hints that consistency alone won't be enough for him to win the 2012 World Superbike Championship and calls on Aprilia to improve its package.

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Myke

June 08, 2012 1:16 PM

There there now register, man up and register otherwise your cheap shots are irrellevant... How much extra grunt does Max need? At some point you have to own your own inability to not turn an advantage into a win, although I'm not a stoner fan he was able to turn the same grunt advantage into a series win, they are not going to stand still for you Max, stop making excuses and get on with it... Fancy not allowing your manufacturer to sign another Italian, you are a poor sportsman, I am delighted to see Marco wiping the floor with you FORZA Melandri

phil arm - Unregistered

June 08, 2012 2:16 PM

there there now Im sorry did I upset the stoner fan please forgive me lol. If stoner was racing in the wsbk he would be asking for rule changes and eveything to stop the overtaking this is racing not like the moto gp parade now dont get me wrong this goes for most of that moto gp grid they seem to have forgotten what racing is.

there there now - Unregistered

June 08, 2012 2:42 PM


@Phil arm:

Agree with your most of the moto gp grid they seem to have forgotten what racing is. but the Casey jibes are to much, here's an idea, why not tell him face to face that he moans too much, no, thought not.

Ich - Unregistered

June 08, 2012 3:42 PM

Never really supported Max for the same reason why I couldn't really like Pedrosa or Stoner: they're not the kind of dogfighter racer I appreciate.

But you gotta admit that Max is doing the difference on that Aprilia, a bike that otherwise is today pretty far from being one of the fastest in the grid.

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