WSBK » Max Biaggi announces retirement

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One thing about Max is that while he was generally considered an a#se in Motogp, in WSB he was really chilled, friendly and generally fitted in with the more relaxed atmosphere. The way he spoke and acted, you saw a really mature, happy guy. A likeable guy. Perhaps thats why he was so devastating on track at times. Maturity helps. Like with corser (98, the wasted FP1 and BMW years), I feel with slightly different circumstances this guy could of had another title (2011) or two.

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