Max Biaggi
Motorcycle racer
Max Biaggi
Massimiliano "Max" Biaggi is an Italian motorcycle racer and winner of the 2010 World Superbike Championship. Throughout this racing career, he has won the 250cc World Championship four times, and finished as runner-up in both the 500cc and MotoGP championships.
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Motorcycling-Romboni dies at Simoncelli tribute event
Yahoo News - about 3 years
(Adds detail, reaction) Nov 30 (Reuters) - Italian racer Doriano Romboni died on Saturday after being struck by another rider's bike at an event in memory of late compatriot Marco Simoncelli, who was killed in a similar fashion two years ago. The popular Simoncelli died at the 2011 Malaysian Grand Prix after he lost control and was hit by two bikes, one ridden by compatriot Valentino Rossi. Romboni, 45, was flown by helicopter to hospital in Latina, south of Rome, after the crash in practice for the Supermoto event attended by other well known riders, including former world champion Max Biaggi. "Prayers to his family and friends." Other riders, including Italy's Loris Capirossi and Marco Melandri, sent their condolences.
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Formula One road show coming to Jerusalem
Fox News - almost 4 years
City officials say international race car drivers will be speeding through the streets of Jerusalem in June in the city's first Formula One road show. Brachie Sprung, a spokeswoman for the Jerusalem municipality, says racers including Aprilia biker Max Biaggi, Ferrari racer Giancarlo Fisichella and stunt motorcyclist Chris Pfeiffer will zoom past the ancient walls of Jerusalem's Old City. The exhibition, billed as the Jerusalem Peace Road Show, is taking place June 13-14. Up to 100,000 spectators will be allowed to watch the cars along the 2.4 kilometer (1.5 mile) course. In a statement on Formula One's website, Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat says the event is apolitical, and he hopes Jews and Arabs will watch it together. Palestinians have objected to Israeli-organized events near the Old City in the past.
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Baz claims maiden win
Byron Shire News - over 4 years
Loriz Baz enjoys a World Superbikes weekend to remember at Silverstone, while Max Biaggi endures a meeting to forget.
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Biaggi extends title lead
Byron Shire News - over 4 years
Aprilia's Max Biaggi wins the double at Misano to extend his World Superbike lead as reigning champion Carlos Checa crashes.
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Rea grabs unlikely victory at Donington
News Letter - almost 5 years
Ulster’s Jonathan Rea claimed his second World Superbike victory of the season in controversial fashion following a dramatic last corner clash at Donington Park in race two. Rea was battling with factory BMW riders Leon Haslam and Marco Melandri when the trio were involved in a last corner pile-up that saw both Haslam and Melandri crash out with the chequered flag in sight. Haslam was leading at the time when Melandri powered past before running wide at Goddards. However, as Haslam attempted to turn in, Rea was on the inside as he pursued the gap left by Melandri. There was contact and British ace Haslam went down, sliding into the path of Melandri as both riders were eliminated from the race, denying BMW the chance of another one-two after Melandri took the honours in race one from his team-mate. Rea managed to remain upright on his CBR1000RR and claimed his second success of the season and his first World Superbike podium at the 25-year-old’s adopted ‘home’ circuit. Rea, who fi ...
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Biaggi Needs Big Points This Weekend to Keep Title Hopes Alive - AllAboutBikes
Google News - over 5 years
Things are not looking good for Max Biaggi. With just four rounds left in the 2011 World Superbike season, the 2010 champion trails by 62 points behind Carlos Checa. Biaggi still has plenty of time to reel Checa back in, but he'll have to start his
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Carlos Checa Visits Factory To Celebrate Ducati's 300th World Superbike Victory -
Google News - over 5 years
Carlos Checa and Team Althea Racing now enter the German round this weekend with a confident 62 point lead over Max Biaggi for the World Championship, while Ducati currently lead the race for the Manufacturers' title by 35 points
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Slovenian exhaust firm Akrapovic is 20 and showing off its history - Superbike Magazine
Google News - over 5 years
Star exhibits include Suzuki GSR-V (Alvaro Bautista), Honda VTR SP-2 (Colin Edwards), Yamaha YZF-R1 (Ben Spies), Kawasaki ZX-RR (Shinya Nakano), Aprilia RSV4 (Max Biaggi), Suzuki RMZ450 (Steve Ramon), Yamaha YZF450 (James Stewart), KTM SXF350 (Antonio
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Edwards, Capirossi plotting Superbike move? -
Google News - over 5 years
Following the renewed success of ex-MotoGP stars Carlos Checa, Max Biaggi and Marco Melandri on the World Superbike stage, their former rivals Colin Edwards and Loris Capirossi could be about to follow suit in 2012. With negotiations for the 2012
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de Puniet not ruling out Superbike switch -
Google News - over 5 years
Though de Puniet is prioritising MotoGP, in particular a stay with Pramac, or a possible switch to LCR Honda or Tech 3 Yamaha, he hasn't ruled out the possibility of following in the footsteps of Marco Melandri and Max Biaggi by committing to World
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Actor, motorcycling advocate dies - Powersports Business
Google News - over 5 years
He enjoyed attending races of all kinds, from road racing to Supercross, and was friends with racers, such as world champion Max Biaggi. “He rode whenever and wherever possible, a true ambassador for two-wheeling,” the MIC said
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Marinelli: "Checa is the difference!" - GPone English
Google News - over 5 years
Success that has not come without some controversy, with Max Biaggi recently telling Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport:"Ducati has won a lot this year, and maybe even too much. It doesn't look to me like they are struggling, and they have already
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2011 Aprilia RSV4 APRC | Quick Look - Ultimate MotorCycling | News and Reviews
Google News - over 5 years
Max Biaggi took the Aprilia RSV4 to the 2010 World Superbike Championship, and the street legal version of the bike does not disappoint. For 2011, Aprilia has added its sophisticated traction control system to the RSV4 R APRC
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Biaggi eyes Checa, British threat at Silverstone -
Google News - over 5 years
Max Biaggi sets his sights on Carlos Checa, but is wary of the local threat at Silverstone this weekend. Having returned to the victory circle at Motorland Aragon and Brno, Max Biaggi travels to Silverstone eager to maintain his winning momentum and ... -
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de Puniet: unlikely to move to WSB -
Google News - over 5 years
Ex-MotoGP riders Carlos Checa, Max Biaggi and Marco Melandri have found a new and victorious home in the production-based championship, currently in the top three positions in the standings. However, these rumours have stemmed from Randy de Puniet's
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2011 Aprilia RSV4R APRC First Ride -
Google News - over 5 years
I am Max Biaggi! I'm freakin' Max Biaggi, I am! At least that's what runs through my head as I twist the throttle on the jet black 2011 Apilia RSV4R APRC. I'm screaming this delusional rant as well, but I can't hear myself over the sweet howl of the
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Max Biaggi
  • 2015
    Age 43
    From November 2015 he started a new relationship with the Italian singer Bianca Atzei.
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  • 2012
    Age 40
    Biaggi would go on to win the 2012 title by only a half point over Tom Sykes.
    More Details Hide Details Following the season, Biaggi retired from racing. Three years later, Biaggi would briefly return to racing as a wildcard for Aprilia. Biaggi is known as the Roman Emperor and Mad Max and is notorious for his difficult relationships with the press, team personnel and other riders.
  • 2011
    Age 39
    Biaggi ended the 2011 season in third place (303 points) and tied in points with Eugene Laverty.
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    2011 was a year of mixed results for Biaggi and Aprilia.
    More Details Hide Details He only managed 2 wins at Aragon, Spain and Brno, Czech Republic. Even though he was in contention for the title due to multiple second-place finishes, Biaggi fractured his left foot in Germany which caused him to miss 2 rounds: Imola and Magny Cours.
  • 2010
    Age 38
    In 2010, Biaggi became Aprilia's and Italy's first Superbike World Champion.
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    In August 2010, Biaggi signed a renewed, two-year contract with Aprilia to remain with the team in World Superbikes until 2012.
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    Biaggi continued with Aprilia for 2010, taking a double victory at the team's home race at Monza to move up to second in the standings.
    More Details Hide Details Another double in the USA gave him first place in the championship, after previous leader Leon Haslam failed to finish in race 2.
  • 2009
    Age 37
    For 2009 he joined the returning factory Aprilia team.
    More Details Hide Details He took a double podium in round 2 at Qatar, and scored solid points before taking their first win since the return at Brno, after race leaders Fabrizio and Ben Spies collided. He finished a close second behind Spies in race two there, and finished the season 4th overall.
  • 2007
    Age 35
    In 2007 he switched to the World Superbike Championship, finishing third overall as a rookie and earned his first Superbike World Championship in 2010 becoming only the 2nd European from outside of the United Kingdom after Raymond Roche to do so.
    More Details Hide Details Biaggi announced his retirement from racing on 7 November 2012. He has been nicknamed 'il Corsaro' ('the Corsair') and 'the Roman Emperor'.
  • 2006
    Age 34
    As a result, he took a sabbatical, but on 14 September 2006 Biaggi announced he had signed to replace Corser in the team for.
    More Details Hide Details Biaggi began the season by winning the first race at the Losail International Circuit in Qatar and finishing second in race two. In doing so Max Biaggi became one of only five men to win their first Superbike World Championship race, and the only rider ever to win his first Superbike race and his first race in 500cc Grand Prix. He then finished 3rd and 4th at Phillip Island, Australia. After a hard championship Biaggi finished third, behind World Champion James Toseland and Yamaha top rider Noriyuki Haga. At the end of the season, Francis Batta, Alstare Suzuki Racing Team director, was forced to release Biaggi, due to the loss of the main sponsor Corona Extra, as they could not reach financial agreement. Furthermore, Suzuki decided to stop official Superbike development for, instead focusing on the MotoGP championship. For Biaggi replaced team manager Marco Borciani as a rider at his Team Sterilgarda/Go Eleven, riding a satelitte-works Ducati 1098RS alongside Ruben Xaus. He finished seventh overall with seven podiums, three places ahead of Xaus and one ahead of factory Ducati rider Michel Fabrizio.
    On January 10, 2006, Biaggi posted on his website that he would not take part in the 2006 MotoGP season.
    More Details Hide Details Biaggi attempted to reach an agreement to race the Superbike World Championship for Corona Alstare Suzuki in, but the team could not commit to equal equipment with their existing riders, champion Troy Corser and Yukio Kagayama.
    He negotiated with Honda, Kawasaki, and Suzuki, however, was unable to land a contract even with the backing of major tobacco sponsor Camel who ended up signing up to be the factory Yamaha squad's title sponsor for 2006.
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    Biaggi lost his ride for the 2006 season, his position filled by 2005 250cc Grand Prix champion, Dani Pedrosa.
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  • 2005
    Age 33
    It was hoped that continued cooperation with Kanemoto and the full factory support from Honda would make Biaggi one of the main title contenders in 2005.
    More Details Hide Details However, Biaggi finished the season in only fifth place.
    Biaggi started the 2005 MotoGP season as an official factory Honda rider, joining American racer Nicky Hayden on the Repsol Honda Team with technical director Erv Kanemoto.
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  • 2004
    Age 32
    At the end of the 2004 MotoGP season Biaggi finished the championship in third place, behind Sete Gibernau and series winner, Rossi.
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    It was expected that Biaggi would be one of the main candidates for the title in 2004.
    More Details Hide Details He won in Germany but a crash in Estoril saw his season begin to fade.
  • 2003
    Age 31
    In 2003, Biaggi finished third in the MotoGP championship after rejoining Honda on the Camel Pramac Pons team and won races in Pacific Grand Prix and Great Britain after Rossi penalised.
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  • 2002
    Age 30
    He was engaged to Miss Italia 2002 winner and TV personality Eleonora Pedron; together they have a daughter Inés Angelica Biaggi and one son Leon Alexandre Biaggi. They split on September 2015.
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    In 2002, Biaggi rode the four-stroke for the first time as development on the new motorcycle remained strong throughout the season.
    More Details Hide Details He won in Brno, Czech Republic and Sepang, Malaysia to clinch runner-up in the championship behind rival Valentino Rossi.
  • 1999
    Age 27
    He finished fourth in 1999, third in 2000, and second in 2001.
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  • 1998
    Age 26
    Biaggi made an impressive start in his 500cc debut, qualifying on pole, setting the fastest lap and winning his first race in the 1998 Japanese motorcycle Grand Prix at Suzuka, riding for the Kanemoto Honda team.
    More Details Hide Details He was also victorious at the Czech Republic Grand Prix and finished the season in second place behind Mick Doohan. Biaggi then joined Yamaha to battle against the dominant Hondas.
  • 1997
    Age 25
    In 1997, Biaggi again returned to Honda, riding for Erv Kanemoto's team, and won his fourth consecutive title.
    More Details Hide Details Following that, he moved up to the 500cc class.
  • 1994
    Age 22
    In 1994 he returned to Aprilia and dominated the 250cc Grand Prix class by winning three consecutive world championships in 1994, 1995 and 1996.
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  • 1992
    Age 20
    In 1992, Biaggi completed his first entire season in 250cc Grand Prix for Aprilia, and finished the season fifth overall.
    More Details Hide Details In that same season he took his first victory in Kyalami, South Africa. The following season, Biaggi joined Honda, and finished fourth in the championship standings, including a single victory in Barcelona.
  • 1991
    Age 19
    In 1991, Biaggi finished second behind British rider Woolsey Coulter in the European 250cc championship on an Aprilia RS250, and that same year he finished twenty-seventh in the Grand Prix motorcycle 250cc world championship riding for the same manufacturer.
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  • 1990
    Age 18
    In 1990 he won the Italian Sport Production Championship.
    More Details Hide Details Following his success in 125cc, Biaggi moved up to the 250cc class.
  • 1989
    Age 17
    Biaggi was more interested in football as a child. But in 1989, after he was given a motorcycle for his seventeenth birthday, he began his racing career in the 125cc class at age eighteen.
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  • 1971
    Born on June 26, 1971.
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