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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Joe Chavez - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 8:09 PM

WSBK Championship 2012

Best driver: Tom Sykes
Best of championship: Provec Kawasaki
Best surprises: Loris Baz/Leon Camier

Worst drivers: Leon Haslam/Jonathan Rea
Worst of championship: Pirelli tyres
Worst surprise: John Hopkins

Jonah zx10 - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 8:53 PM

Don't knock Baz, Leon Haslam deserves no more than a camode to ride next year.
He always gets top rides on the back of his dad, he could have done better to help Tom.
Any way well done Sykesy good effort and top man.

MCP - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 9:41 PM

Well now that's all wrapped up, who'd have thunk there'd be a bunch of Brit fans on Crash.net bleating on about how their favoured rider 'deserved' to take the title? Last time I checked, it was decided on who amassed the most points over the course of the season.

It was always a bit of a longshot for Tom going in to this round, although with Max gifting him 25 points in the first race he almost managed it. Still though, no-one can say that Tom's had anything less than a breakthrough year and he can go home knowing that he has a genuine shot at a world title next year.

Go Team Green in 2013!!!

American female race fan - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 2:19 AM

Hey, it is what it is. Get over it. Yeah Sykes did a great job on the Kawasaki. He deserves his second place. As for Max Biaggi he's had his ups and downs too. Yes I freely admit I'm a Max Biaggi fan to me he is number one. And to whomever something 99 poster is, not all Americans are ignorant on WSBK superbike. Many of. Us watch here on Speed Tv channel and are just as knowledgeable about motorcycle racing as any other nation. What's the country were from make a difference as to our knowledge. Max won fair and square. Down and out in the first race. Back at it AS ALWAYS in the second. But to attack the country one is from is prejudicial and showing YOUR ignorance. Incidentally I am PROUDLY of all English decent, love England and Italy and we are all race lover's who have our favorites for whatever reason. All the guys deserve a pat on the back. They are all winners to a certain degree in my book. Can we not call each other names and show hatred on here over motorcycle racing that we

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