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Max Biaggi emerges on top of the closest and most keenly fought World Superbike Championship fight in the history of the series...

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Vilas

October 07, 2012 6:41 PM

Next year we will have the revenge!! But i also think on that.. it should not be allowed that rule of half points at monza i never wach somethingh similar.. Is just bulshit... If was Biaggi that was leading Monza race all bet that they will wait until the right time to give them the full points!!

And i dont hate Biaggi or Aprilia but for me this Wc was not fair

LanceTheHooliganAlbon

October 07, 2012 7:06 PM

I'm not a fan of Biaggi at all but he did win the 2012 championship fair and square. Kawasaki need to sort out their tyre wear problem and give Sykes a reliable bike for 2013. Sykes proved that the Kawasaki with him is the fastest over a single lap but his tyres never lasted and he was always dropping back at the end of races.

For all of those moaning that "Sykes is the real champion", well Melandri won the most races in 2012, but he's still not the champion! Biaggi rode well and the results are set in stone now! Well done to him and Aprilia! I am soooo excited to see the 2013 WSBK series :)

Joe Chavez - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 7:57 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

MC - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 8:40 PM

@Joe

WSBK Championship 2012

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

Worst drivers: Marco Melandri
Worst of championship: Pirelli tyres
Worst surprise: Hiro Aoyama

shamarone

October 08, 2012 1:24 AM

re: "Max Biaggi emerges on top of the closest and most keenly fought World Superbike Championship fight in the history of the series."

25 years bitches...!!! FISTPUMP...!!!

(and you'd do well to remember this ezpelata)

shamarone

October 08, 2012 1:34 AM

re: "Sykes proved that the Kawasaki with him is the fastest over a single lap but his tyres never lasted and he was always dropping back at the end of races."

actually, they sorted a fair bit of that. i mean, you're not going to nail EVERY circuit. unfortunately, provec (and everybody else) get to start all over again. 2013 they go back to 17" rims and slicks... and whatever the hell else in the way of dumbing down awaits the WSB championship. :?

Never say never

October 08, 2012 4:31 AM

@ MC.
You nailed it. My sentiments exactly.
BMW will not forget how Melandri stuffed the championship up for them. All on his own.
They may never be in such a good position again, as they were before the German round.

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