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Biaggi secures commentary role

Max Biaggi will oversee his successor as World Superbike champion from the commentary booth after being confirmed as part of Mediaset's television team.
Reigning World Superbike Champion Max Biaggi will embark on a new career of commentary in 2013 after it was officially revealed that he will form part of Mediaset's new TV team.

Confirming rumours that surfaced last week, Biaggi will be present from the opening round of the season in Australia, assisting with technical commentary.

Biaggi's arrival comes as WSBK coverage in Italy switches from LA7 to Mediaset's Italia 1 and Italia 2 from this season, the broadcaster having picked up the rights to show the Superbike, Supersport and Superstock classes. Mediaset will also televise MotoGP in 2013, though it has lost the rights to Sky Italy from 2014 onwards.

Biaggi, who will be present to see who will assume his WSBK crown in 2013, will be joined in the TV team by Giulio Rangheri, Guido Meda, Luca Budel and Alessio Conti.

Biaggi won five races on the way to his second career WSBK crown with Aprilia in 2012, before deciding to call time on a hugely success career.



Tagged as: Mediaset , Max Biaggi

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Biaggi, French WSBK 2012
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Biaggi, 2012 WSBK Champion, French WSBK Race 2 2012
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Vilas

February 03, 2013 7:53 PM

One think is 4sure, if he will be the commentator of Motogp in Italian Country, Valentino is **** and Jorge is smilling..lolol Just Joking.. I think he will do well and to be honest if we think well what is a good job to do after the retire, i think been Commentator is very exciting, he will be following the Motorcycle Sports until he whant and will be presente on the World he allways like to be.. All bet that when Colin Edwards retire he will also find a job has Commentator of Motorcycle Sport.. Colin Corner Baby..ahaha

roemer

February 04, 2013 8:46 AM

he might have been fast on a bike,but talking?! he is sooo boring, I'm italian but don't have to see that mediaset bllsht. No offence here, but honestly Max as commentator?! what a joke regards



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