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Michael Guy  says:

WSB Misano Race 2: Biaggi secures emphatic double

Max Biaggi stormed to his second race win of the day with a dominant performance in race two at Misano. The factory Aprilia rider was clearly buoyed by his race one win wasted no time getting to the front and after passing Tom Sykes and Jonathan Rea eased away and pulled out a commanding lead. He said: “To take the double...

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May 09

Posts: 514

leecho says:


ride from rea and haslam, and ya have to take ya hat off to biaggis two wins, dont no whats up with sykes, mega fast for a couple of laps, then drops back, only just beat his team mate baz, very poor. good racing again today tho.

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Jan 06

Posts: 66

minezx9 says:

Class act!

Great double from Biaggi. Made the rest of them look silly in the second race. Sykes was a major disappointment. Becoming a bit of an enigma. It's one thing doing a flying lap in super pole but when it comes to when it really counts (in the race) he does his usual and slides back into the pack. Come on Kawasaki! Work on the race set up. He was bloody lucky not to have been beaten by his team mate in the second race. Looks like Biaggi is on his way to another world title.

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Mar 11

Posts: 109

pacman46 says:

If Checa dont stop crashing! No fault of his own of course! I can see Biaggi winning another WSB championship! as long as he keeps it rubber side down with 7 tracks left on the race calender! Good luck to him! shows your  never to old! lol

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Mar 12

Posts: 484


never been a big fan of Biaggi, but boy oh boy, he showed his class this round. Complete annihilation of the competition in race 2. Checa must be scratching his head at his hot and cold performance thus far

Absolute thrilled for Jonny Rea! hauling the underpowered bike to 2nd in the standing is one heck of a performance. Hope Honda and TK hustle in some improvements or they will get murdered at Aragon with the long straights

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Feb 10

Posts: 566

RobTZ says:


He is North of 40 and still a class act. Real Talent. When will Leon Haslam put the BMW in front. Silverstone Maybe.

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Jun 09

Posts: 851

Yeah great rides from Max, but Aprillia need to be looking to the future and I see a future with Chaz Davies.

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Apr 09

Posts: 478

1986vfr750 says:


Just wondering how close the crt bikes to the wsb bikes...I know crt is a prototype frame with a superbike  engine, but for example how would randy depuniets bike fare against max biaggis in a head to head race. The crt bikes get murdered by the factory prototypes,and i know electronics play a part,but they also seem to be way down on power.  I always thought wsbk and moto gp bikes had fairly close power(10 to 20 hp difference) and the difference was carbon brakes, much less weight and better tires. Biaggis bike was a missile yesterday and yet crts are slow (relatively to the factories...they are still stupid fast). If the crt's represent wsbk against moto gp then the gulf is much bigger than i realized especially as crt use same tires and brakes and are given free reign for use of carbon fibre. Biaggis electronics seem to be state of the art and crts are allowed more fuel for smoothness and more engines for tweaking so why such a huge gulf?

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Feb 12

Posts: 38

Bruno21 says:

Great Biaggi!He show why he is a legend!

Biaggi and Checa are the best riders on SBK,the rest is like Piglet2010 a piece of shit.

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Jan 09

Posts: 57

ichabod says:

Roman Emperor

Great ride by Max, if he is fired up enough he is still able to beat the best. call the rest of them a piece of shit goes to show what kind of a first class idiot you are.

I wonder what you do for a living and how good you are at it.....but then again maybe you are unemployed and bored to make statements like that.

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Apr 09

Posts: 478

1986vfr750 says:


Thanks mate...very informative. I had no idea biaggi used 20 engines last year...obviously then they are right on the edge of destruction. If honda et al can make a motor to be right on the edge you would think the crt manufactures would be able to handle it too. Especially gresini who r running a honda engine...i mean it should be a fun experiment for honda...heres twice as many engines make it work in a straight 4instead of a vfour. Aprillia and bmw should be able to adapt as well...maybe its just growing pains and they will be more aggressive as the seasons roll on...aprillia has already been in moto gp after all and everyone says that their wsbk bike was always a thinly disguised moto gp bike. Anyways appreciate the very informative info...there are some on here, cough,cough assholenostro who r more interested intrying to look knowledgeable and give verbal blowjobs to casey stoner and overuse catchphrases like oompa loompa...imean really like after 50or 60 times it really is time to try to learn a new its nice to actually converse like men not little boys...cheers mate and thanks for the info

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