WSBK » Max Biaggi dismisses shock return rumours

Max Biaggi insists he won't be returning to the World Superbike paddock for a one-off ride at Monza, but speculation remains rife nonetheless...

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spencer - Unregistered

April 28, 2013 1:47 AM

he actually dismissed his dismission in the next twitter post... adding a -maybe-. i think he could clearly win again, but if i were him and missed competion and adrenaline... i would go with supermotard or some form of car racing.

trr - Unregistered

April 28, 2013 7:20 AM

If I would be Biaggi, I would do the Ducati MotoGP testjob for free and help turning the bike into a winner in front of the media. :D
Seriously, Bayliss don't test for Ducati MotoGP any more. An occasional wild card in WSBK would do no harm either. :)


April 29, 2013 10:31 AM

He should resist all temptations to re-appear. He retired as top man in WSBK and there's nothing to gain by risking that status.
OR, like veteran's Tennis and Rugby, maybe there should be a series for Seniors of say 40 years old and over. One make, identical bikes, drawn from a hat. It would be great to see Biaggi, Bayliss, Corser, maybe Gibernau, Barros and Haga, all back on track having a blast. Any suggestions for other candidates? - Unregistered

April 29, 2013 10:46 AM

yes! yes! yes! please Max be back on riding ...Ducati is waiting for you, we are all waiting for you!! Sponsors are all waiting for boring is the SBK without a legend like you....

yes please be back now!!!!
apparently he will test the Panigale at Mugello circuit in few weeks ....

Mad Max - Unregistered

April 30, 2013 9:48 AM

I agree with Pirate Biker, MotoGP has become a snoozefest compared to WSB. How cool would it be to see Biaggi entering a few GP races with nothing to prove. It would get many bikers in front of their TV sets again for sure..

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