WSBK » Biaggi vs Sykes vs Melandri for 2012 title

Max Biaggi can afford to race by numbers at Magny-Cours as he inches towards a second World Superbike title, but Tom Sykes and Marco Melandri are not out of it just yet...

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marikson - Unregistered

October 05, 2012 10:45 AM

It will be interesting to see what happens in every race in the firts lap at Adelaide hairpin. It will be tense stuff. Anyway, Biaggi has the biggest chance and I don't think, this time he will throw it away on his own. Melandri can cause damage as we've seen at Portimao. He looks ragged sometimes and he's well aware that if he looses the title it's his own fault with 4 DNF's in last 4 races. On the other hand, Sykes, I guess will do what he did all season: go out for the win, start fast and try to brake away. The team mates for Melandri and Sykes will have to play a role and they can do it: Baz is at home and Haslam can be fast and they must put aside their goals for the teams. Also, let's not count out Checa and Rea, they won't back off for sure. I hope we'll have 2 great races and hope the title get's decided on the last one.

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