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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das boot

June 08, 2012 4:58 PM

So far been a great season. We are at the halfway point and there are 5 riders at the top within a 30 point spread, downright awesome if you ask me from a fan perspective. This is going to be a big weekend to flesh out the standings.

Checa hasn't dominated as expected, Biaggi is consistent but not running away, meanwhile BMW and Kawasaki are right up there, with Rea doing his best on the Honda. Only thing we are missing is the Yamaha's, they seemed to have picked a bad year to leave.

phil arm - Unregistered

June 08, 2012 6:16 PM

lol im not a racer on tv complaining if someone passed me so I dont actually see how my moaning is doing any harm to anyone unless you take it to heart. As for telling him to his face I would love to tell him to wise up but its not going matter what i say cause it will be turned on me and you will come up with something to spit back at me about how I wouldnt say anythin to him and blah blah blah.

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