WSBK » Max Biaggi announces retirement


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Awesome awesome career, winning his first World title in 1994 and his last in 2012 is mind-blowing enough without all the other amazing stats Biaggi has amassed over the years. The most important rider in Aprilia's history? Undoubtedly. Probably the most remarkable (and unusual) things to me about Max's career might actually be his quite dramatic public persona-shift from biggest asshole in a series (500GP) to being an ambassador for another (you know).



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