Thanks to this agreement, which is valid for two years, Max Biaggi and Aprilia will be able to team up together to defend the Rider and Manufacturer titles earned this year. In fact, 2010 was an extraordinary year in sport for the Biaggi-Aprilia duo in World SBK: ten victories, four double wins and another four podiums read more
Max Biaggi (Aprilia Alitalia) continued along the rich seam of form he has been displaying for the past two rounds by taking his fourth double win of the year, the Italian utterly dominating raceday at Misano and moving further ahead in the championship standings. In front of 69,000 fans Max was eventually imperious after some early flurries of overtaking activity, but Superpole winner Troy Corser (BMW Motorrad Motorsport) was a co-star in race one, leading for 16 laps before yielding to Max, read more
Max Biaggi kept his name at the top of the timesheets at the end of the first day of a two day test in Misano. The WSB championship leader set his fastest lap in the morning and when rain fell during the early afternoon elected to sit it out, but unlike his rivals elected not to ride at the end of the day when the track dried.
Yamaha man Cal Crutchlow was one of only three riders who managed to go faster in the final hour of track time. Despite less grip due to the earlier rain, Crutchlow rode read more
An outstanding weekend of action at the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, played out in front of 115,000 people, culminated in a remarkable double win for Max Biaggi and his Aprilia Alitalia team, and pulled Max up to within three points of championship leader Leon Haslam (Alstare Suzuki). Biaggi made some radical changes to his rear suspension after his race one win and eventually ran out the clear winner of race two. This was Max’s second double of the year, the first coming in Portimao.
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The Roman clocked a new mark of 326.9 km/h on the 1 km long Monza pit straight as he notched up the sixth quickest time.
All the World Superbike teams knew that the Aprilia’s would be a threat in Monza but I am sure they didn’t expect this type of speed. This could be a real game changer come race time when the battle is read more