Incredible the championship final we have had in Superbikes. After Max Biaggi crashed in the first race of the Round at Magny Course the corsair he had more than ever pressure on his shoulders. However, despite having played a discreet role in the second race, it has served him to be Superbike World Champion for the second time in his sports career.
Thus ends a crazy season in which it seemed that no pilot wanted to take the title. Continual errors on the part of the favorites coupled with bad luck made us go from a classification that, theoretically, gave Marco Melandri as the winner to the current classification.
However, has the fastest max rider really won? I personally have a sensation similar to that of a season ago in Moto2 where Stefan Bradl is the Roman and Marc Márquez is Sykes. Be that as it may, with this disputed title the Roman is at the same level as riders like Troy Corser or Colin Edwards, only he will always be remembered as the king of 250cc, congratulations and thanks for the show Max!
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