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Michael Guy  says:

Biaggi retires from racing

Six time world champion Max Biaggi has announced that he will retire from racing. The 41 year old Italian addressed a packed press conference in Vallelunga in his native city of Rome this morning where he revealed his decision to stop racing. Biaggi has enjoyed a spectacular career than has spanned over two decades competing in 250GP, 500GP, MotoGP and WSB....

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  • Posted 2 years ago (07 November 2012 11:22)

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Oct 07

Posts: 91

leepin99 says:

Next rider?


Shane Byrne - 5/1

Colin Edwards - 30/1

Tommy Hill - 15/1

Who wants some?

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Feb 10

Posts: 566

RobTZ says:

Fantastic Rider

How could you not like Max.

Fantastic Rider, a rare talent on all sizes of bike and he certainly lasted a long time at the top.

Enjoy your retirement and thanks for the memories. We'll all be talking about Max in years to come, unlike others I could mention......

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Feb 04

Posts: 987

leepin99says Next rider? Shane Byrne - 5/1
 Colin Edwards - 30/1 Tommy Hill - 15/1
 Who wants some?
None of them

it will have to be a Italian what with Pirelli and all that Italian money wrapped up in WSB

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Nov 11

Posts: 4

deathrider78 says:

About Time

How could you not like him? Easy, bad attitude!

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Jun 09

Posts: 57

Kegsie says:

A sad day.

We salute you, Max. Thanks for the memories.

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Apr 03

Posts: 14

vincent_bell says:

Often portrayed as not a pleasant guy but you can't knock his riding and achievements over the years - he'd also be moto gp world champ too if it wasn't for a certain guy called Rossi. I'm not sure how many current gp riders could get on a WSB bike and win 2 titles and at the age of 41 (ok checa excluded but he never won as much in 250 and 500/1000) Wouldn't it be great to see all current gp riders wildcard in a WSB race, and then vice versa ;)

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Jan 09

Posts: 41

goodygixxer says:


Top rider and a shame to see him go.....i will miss the vein and crafty helmet / cap switch over after each race to disguise his balding barnet!

My best memory of Biaggi is his awesome (almost epic fail) celebratory wheelie on his Yamaha 500 many moons ago.


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May 04

Posts: 3

davidt595 says:

Great talent

Farewell to a great talent, one of the smoothest easy on the eye riding styles I've ever seen.......he's lucky to still be alive after some of the horrific crashes he has been involved in....definitely earned his retirement.

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