Max Biaggi has geared up for the second part of his two-race World Superbike wild-card comeback at Sepang with a four day test at the Malaysian venue.

Following his return to action at Misano, the two-time champion - who retired at the end of his second title win in 2012 -, Biaggi will once again ride the Aprilia RSV4 at Sepang as he looks to mount a challenge for the podium this time.

Though it will be his first time racing in Malaysia on a Superbike, Biaggi was given a preview ahead of this weekend's event with a four-day test, even if the Italian was frustrated to lose significant time to poor weather and technical issues.

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"Unfortunately, they were some unlucky tests. For three out of the four days we had available, it rained. Of course, I had to take a spill and we also had a couple of technical problems that slowed down my work, but those are things that are just a part of racing. We hope to be luckier in the week.

"Sepang is still an exciting track, but the only black spot is that I found the asphalt to be rather more bumpier than I remembered it."

On World Superbikes' first visit to Sepang in 2014, Aprilia dominated with Marco Melandri and Sylvain Guintoli. Biaggi scored a pair of sixth place finishes on his return at Misano.