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Max Biaggi on the past and retirement – video

MotoGeo interviewed Max Biaggi.
The Roman Emperor won four 250cc World Championship titles, three with Aprilia and one on a Honda, and after becoming persona non grata in MotoGP he turned to World Superbikes where he took home another two titles for Aprilia (2010 and 2012) before retiring and turning down another contract with the Italian manufacturer.

Here Biaggi reflects on last season where he won the title by just half a point, certain highlights of his extraordinary twenty-year long career, what he considers the two best bikes that he enjoyed the most, retirement, family and his predictions for the upcoming World Superbike and MotoGP seasons that will see him commenting Superbikes for Italian broadcaster Mediaset.

Enjoy the video.

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