WSBK » Biaggi bites back with Nurburgring pole

Max Biaggi ups the pressure on his World Superbike Championship rivals as he edges out Tom Sykes and Marco Melandri at the Nurburgring.

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Giulliano Rovelli - Unregistered

September 08, 2012 4:19 PM

Aprilia has lost another talent to replace the old Pirate on the next few seasons. The word is that Chaz has already signed with BMW alongside MM33. I Like both those riders, So I expect them to challenge for the tittle if Marco Cant snatch it this season.

Wonder if Laverty is going to be up to the task of replacing Biaggi. The lad has the talent, but I reckon that a more experienced rider wil be needed on the team to guarantee some reagularity...

Hulio - Unregistered

September 08, 2012 5:43 PM

annoying reading all the crap about Biaggi being finished the past few rounds. He did the double not so log ago. So today was great to see him getting pole. More so after breaking hard to stop Melandri towing, Marco doing the same to stay behind him, then being unable to keep up with Max-loved it!

Nice to see his wife happy too. Smiling at the end there was funny. Max is v.pleasant on Twitter talking about his kids, I would hope relations with his wife are okay.

Sour faced Melandri was v.amusing. Hope he crashes out 2mo or someone does some of his dirty passes on him.

J - Unregistered

September 08, 2012 6:50 PM

@Hulio: WTF man, what a pathetic comment, wanting a rider to crash and dirty passing... That's just retarded. Let's have 2 of the best races ever seen tommorow between Tom, Max and Marco! Let them fight it off on track untill the very last meters of the last lap for the title instead of you wishing a rider to crash so Max can win. Please in the future, **** off with that kind of comments and enjoy racing, like a motorsport fan is supposed to do. Let the best man win!

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