WSBK » Battling Biaggi back on top despite crash


Max Biaggi returns to the top of the World Superbike standings with his first win in more than two months, even if a race two crash prevents him from stretching away.

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pcxmac - Unregistered

September 09, 2012 8:18 PM

at least Laverty has a better shot at out performing his teammate, than does Leon :) So if Aprilia give Eugene the bike to win it, that should say more than BMW who dont seem to be giving Haslam the same support as Marco.

jumbobet - Unregistered

September 10, 2012 5:07 AM

Haslam is still in pain at his shoulder and arm from the Moscow crash, anyway, he has the same support as Melandri, as Laverty always had the same support from Aprilia as Biaggi. You people keep forgetting that bikes have RIDERS who will decide their final performance! Even Suzuki with a top rider would be fighting for wins all season long...

herewego - Unregistered

September 10, 2012 8:35 AM

At jumbobet - As Neil Hodgson said, Jonny and Carlos Checa, who also fell off, where having to push their bikes so hard on a track with a lack of grip, it was no wonder they had crashed! Jonathan Rea pushes that Honda like nobody else can and is probably the only rider that can actually get anywhere on it!!

Nick636

September 10, 2012 10:34 AM

MoToGp

That's racing mate... I'm just upset Sykes couldn't take more advantage...

Whoever decided to give Karl Muggeridge a commentators spot should be SHOT!!!
"Umm... Uuuhhh... Yeah Tom's falling back.. Uhhhh..."

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