WSBK » Biaggi benefits but feels opportunity missed


Max Biaggi puts an extra point onto his slim World Superbike Championship lead after a chaotic day at Monza.


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Nick636

May 07, 2012 12:40 PM

I will agree with you there. He is the "bad boy" of WSBK in the press' eye.

However, at PI, Sykes was ahead and had the racing line, so I guess Max hit him.
But that's not got anything to do with this thread. At the end, he would not have started race 1 had it restarted. And Had they got a full race in, I believe Sykes would've had to have been the favourite, considering the lead he pulled. I am (OBVIOUSLY) a Sykes supporter, and he has gotten an equally hard time from the press since '09 (Only really getting praise this year)

Max is awesome, I saw him here at Kyalami and he was gr8 to watch, and I actually like the amount of black flags he's had in his carreer (shows he believes in what he does and will ride it out and face the consequences instead of take the ride-through).

We all have our riders/teams we support, and I respect anyone's opinion as long as it has a valid point.

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