WSBK » 2012 eni WSBK Championship standings

Max Biaggi emerges on top of the closest and most keenly fought World Superbike Championship fight in the history of the series...

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Never say never

October 08, 2012 4:31 AM

@ MC.
You nailed it. My sentiments exactly.
BMW will not forget how Melandri stuffed the championship up for them. All on his own.
They may never be in such a good position again, as they were before the German round.

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