WSBK » Biaggi wins 2012 WSBK title by 0.5 points!

Max Biaggi finishes fifth to secure the result he needs to negate Tom Sykes's victory, the Italian sealing the 2012 World Superbike title by just 0.5 points.

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Ich - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 3:17 PM


41 YO, 12 years after his 250 world championship, on a bike which is far from being the best on the field: great achievement.

Gaz - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 3:17 PM

You cant blame Max you brunch of sad ****s! Laverty didnt move over and Max was still champ!

Bad luck indeed for Tom, hope he does it next year.

Get in Max!!

Boo - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 3:21 PM

The way I see it, Biaggi crashed 4 times by himself, Sykes lost points twice because of technical issues, a half-score race and when he was taken out by Aragon.

If just one of those things hadn't happened - and Laverty had not given Biaggi third place in Russia - Sykes would be champion.

A few what ifs, but that's such a tiny margin for what could have been...

Well done Biaggi, you deserved to be up there regardless of my allegiances, but I feel Sykes and Kawasaki deserved it just that bit more given where they have come from and what they've battled through in 2012.


October 07, 2012 3:25 PM

Biaggi is lucky Champion its my view but its ok he made what was needed.!! Anyway Aprilia was playing with Laverty if was needed points they would say him to give the place to Biaggi and thats sad because this is riders Champiom not manufacter Aprilia allready had the manufactor Champion him te bag.. ohh and Loris Baz was going well the pity was that Melandri highside right him front of him and Scare the french and he highside to once again Lucky Champion for Biaggi

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