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Max Biaggi back on track with Aprilia

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May 10, 2014 12:08 AM

You know if Max came back, I bet you he could beat Guintoli. Right now Melandri looks like hes on the wrong side of the garage.

I hate to say this, but I think Max is the only one who could lift a title for Aprilia this year. Looking at Max's old crew chief and his swagger, it seems as though hes getting his way.


May 10, 2014 8:37 AM

Max was always the reason the aprillia did so well, they haven't been the same since he left. If he was race fit he would deffo be beating guintoli and melandri....
I really miss watching this guy in action....also miss his character and his ability create a show...


May 10, 2014 10:55 AM

"Max was always the reason the aprillia did so well, they haven't been the same since he left"

Laverty was flying on the Aprilia in the second half of last season, once he'd got it dialled in to how he wanted it. Things could've been a lot better for them this year if they'd kept him on the bike...


May 12, 2014 6:59 PM

I think Melandri is now finding out that the RSV4 isn't quite the magic bullet he thought it was before he signed up to ride it.

Laverty struggled for a year and a half to manage anything like consistent results with it. Guinters managed a few good rides but again, nothing like the old dude he replaced achieved as did Leon Camier. I think it's fair to say that the bike is a somewhat temperamental mistress which, I think, kind of puts Max's results with the thing over the years in to a bit more perspective.

In short, he was making the thing look good.

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