WSBK » Max Biaggi announces retirement


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Sioux thanks for the clarification and source. Shamarone intersting you note about Max's fans. I unfortunately didn't get a chance to see Max in his 125/250 GP days but did get to watch some of Rossi's earlier GP class rides and was impressed. Hence became his fan when he entered the 500GP class and less of a fan of Max's for his whining but respected his fighting desire and race craft/skills. But thought he was unjustly blackballed by Honda and other teams in Motogp but was happy when he landed in WSB. As his attitude changed but desire and ability maintained he won me over as a fan. He's been a great champion and thank him for the memories and wish him mu



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