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Michael Guy  says:

Aragon WSB: Biaggi makes ominous start to top first session

World Superbike championship leader Max Biaggi made an ominous start to the Aragon race weekend by setting the fastest time in the opening Free Practice session at Aragon. Biaggi, traditionally a slow starter spent the majority of the session leading and finished the 45 minute session with a best lap of 1.58.837. Kawasaki man Tom Sykes made a strong start to end...

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ow01fogno1

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ow01fogno1 says:

rsv4

looking like its getting better and better this season along with biaggi, fiar play to the brits up there, hope laverty gets it together in the races.

been looking at rsv4's myself, they do sound awsum.

 

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

Hopkins, Fabrizio and Smrz

all crashed in the session. You don't read that every day. Hmmm, hang on, perhaps we do. There are those that know the tarmac better than most and in Supers these three are our boys.

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