WSBK » COMMENT: Who should replace Biaggi?

The champion's bike is available for one lucky rider, but who do you think should replace the retiring Max Biaggi for the 2013 World Superbike Championship?

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James - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 6:13 PM

To those that think the top runners in the AMA mainly Josh Hayes are not worthy of a top bike in WSBK do not know true talent when they see it. I am not a Josh Hayes fan by any means but he is incredibly fast and would destoy anyone in the British series for the most part. Hopper who I like almost won the British title his first try and he is nothing to Hayes. Hayes is the only one that was beating Mladin toward the end of Mladins career and he is one the best Superbike riders out of any series. He had one try on a moto gp bike and impressed everyone. Just because your getting older doesn't mean you don't deserve a chance and he does. Let Aprilia have a try out and see who has what it takes to get the ride.

wtf - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 6:32 PM

Wow so Hayes was battling Mladin, was that after Spies handed him his ass because he was over the hill? You honestly think he could come to the UK and win? I would gladly have some of what you are smoking.

wbblyman - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 8:11 PM

wtf you talkig about?
ever heard of Neil Hodgson?-bsb,wsb,ama,moto gp?
ama best of 5th.
i think Laverty has earned the chance to replace Biaggi.would love to see Josh Hayes getting a chance too.

Cracker - Unregistered

November 09, 2012 8:17 PM

I rememeber another rider from the AMA that was going to get eaten alive in WSBK by the Brits in 2009...We all saw how that went Down and yes ...Sykes and Rea were on that grid that year too.

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