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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sokudo - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 5:04 PM

Honestly, I think with the points lost for Sykes in circumstances out of his control while Biaggi fell a few times of his own accord, it's difficult to say Biaggi truly deserved the title over Tom. However, he's champion and earned it in the last race but for me Sykes is MVP for 2012. Another honest opinion, he was never going to win the title. He did all he could and won the second race. But even had Giugliano been able to pass Max, Laverty coasted waiting for his team mate, no doubt ready to let him past if needed.

wsbkisthereal - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 5:20 PM

Interesting match. Max deserves it. Sykes has been too lucky and unlucky both this season. Hope he seals it next year. Thanks to Kawasaki for making the best Superbike in the world!

The Bad GuY - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 5:23 PM

Just goes to show the Fastest guy doesnt always win but the Smartest Racer does in the End.
Too bad for Sykes but he put up a fight until the very end,Next season should be his.


October 07, 2012 5:44 PM

While Marco did all he could for his own chances at least as runner up, I can't stop thinking that, in doing such, he also acted as an arbiter between Max and Tom. Even that was differently made in the two races (quite opposite in fact ) at least no one can accuse him of unpatriotic behaviour, intended or not.
Anyway all the best wishes from me for Max, Tom, Marco and their teams as well for the next season!

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