WSBK » Biaggi ‘calm and focused’ ahead of title run


Max Biaggi needs just a pair of sixth place finishes at Magny-Cours to assure himself of a second World Superbike title, though the man himself insists it isn't a foregone conclusion.

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number free - Unregistered

October 03, 2012 11:16 AM

Head down on the tank dont look behind and the championship is yours good luck and good luck to all lovers of motorcycle racing,in spite of all the banter we all follow the best sport in the world.

Vilas

October 03, 2012 1:37 PM

Prepare your self Biaggi because France can end him tears.. This is the list of riders that can have a win, i will star with Ducati because the layout of the track is good for the Vtwin, we have Checa and giuliano angry for Wins, we have Both Kawasaki riders Tom because he whant the Champion and Baz because its home race, we have Both BMWs Melandri whant the WC and Haslam is 1 win, we have Laverty that is like a Wolf he dont like you and will be a pleasure to Win to is Team m8 and We have Rea that is wild guy and also Camier that has been going better on the Suzuki.. They will not survive all this Gp will be dramatic

Marc - Unregistered

October 03, 2012 2:57 PM

Agreed he and his team need to stay focused and prepare the best they can no time to take it easy because if you fade back at the start that's where accidents occur where lesser riders are trying to jocky for position and tend to do silly things which he doesn't want to be part of. As the races get closer to the finish and if you are in a good position then bring it home without doing something stupid.

Marc - Unregistered

October 03, 2012 3:08 PM

As long as someone doesn't torpedo him at the start he should do okay and bring home the championship as he's been consistent throughout most of the season with exception to the little dry run he had.

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