WSBK » Max Biaggi announces retirement


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@ George "One thing about Max is that while he was generally considered an a#se in Motogp, in WSB he was really chilled," Jonathan Rea mentioned in recent article it wasn't the right time for him to join MotoGP as the paddock seemed way more political so thats a WSBK guys feel for the MotoGP paddock. Plus the money involved there the pressure is probably mega. Although i wouldn't say he was too chilled with Melandri and the face slapping incident - but to be honest the way Melandri has been racing in WSBK has put me right off him due to his dirty riding even to his team mate running LH off track and Biaggi was doing us all a favour



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