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Amijaya - 17/08/2012 03:50 PM
#4221

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Original Posted By iway46
wahmatabelo: baru tau ada trit max biagi hammer:
ijin baca2 dulu ngacir:

Memang banyak nih yang baru tau..
malu
FerryCobra - 19/08/2012 03:37 PM
#4222

The Roman Emperor - Max Biaggi FerryCobra & Crews ingin mengucapkan...... The Roman Emperor - Max Biaggi

The Roman Emperor - Max Biaggi "Selamat Hari Raya Idul Fitri 1433 H The Roman Emperor - Max Biaggi

Minal Aidzin Wal Faidzin Mohon Maaf Lahir & Batin.."


The Roman Emperor - Max Biaggi
kaskus7610 - 19/08/2012 03:49 PM
#4223

wahh ane suka nya rossi gan !
Amijaya - 19/08/2012 07:26 PM
#4224

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Original Posted By FerryCobra
The Roman Emperor - Max Biaggi FerryCobra & Crews ingin mengucapkan...... The Roman Emperor - Max Biaggi

The Roman Emperor - Max Biaggi "Selamat Hari Raya Idul Fitri 1433 H The Roman Emperor - Max Biaggi

Minal Aidzin Wal Faidzin Mohon Maaf Lahir & Batin.."


The Roman Emperor - Max Biaggi

Sama sama om Cobra..
Mohon maaf lahir dan batin juga..
shakehand2
anakibu - 19/08/2012 07:44 PM
#4225

anakibu beserta clone mengucapkan

:maafagan minal aidin walfaidzin :maafagan

:maafagan mohon maaf lahir dan batin :maafagan

:ketupat maaf klo selama ini ada salah2 ketik dalam berposting.. semoga di hari suci ini kita bisa saling memaafkan dan mempererat tali silaturahmi antar member KRSC :ketupat
Amijaya - 09/09/2012 02:13 AM
#4226

The Roman Emperor - Max Biaggi

Spoiler for News
In near perfect riding conditions Max Biaggi (Aprilia Racing Team) set a new track best of 1 minute 53.855 seconds at the Nürburgring to secure his first Tissot-Superpole win of the year and only the fifth of his career. The 2010 World Champion was in superb form and set a lap time that even the 2012 king of Tissot-Superpole, Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team), could not beat, even after a few attempts.

Marco Melandri (BMW Motorrad Motorsport) rode confidently to third place on the grid for Sunday's eni FIM Superbike World Championship races. Eugene Laverty (Aprilia Racing Team) joins the front row party in fourth, with Jonathan Rea (Honda World Superbike Team) putting himself fifth.

Reigning champion Carlos Checa (Althea Racing Ducati) secured sixth place while a spirited series of laps throughout Superpole from Leon Camier (FIXI Crescent Suzuki) puts him seventh. The last front row spot will go to Loris Baz (Kawasaki Racing Team).
Amijaya - 17/09/2012 10:01 AM
#4227

The Roman Emperor - Max Biaggi

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In the eni FIM Superbike World Championship round at the Nürburgring in Germany Max Biaggi (Aprilia Racing Team) pulled off one of his coolest and most assured wins to re-take the lead in the championship fight.


His 21st career victory, and his fifth of the 2012 season, came after he took the lead from a slowing Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team), and before the end of the 20 laps both Eugene Laverty (Aprilia Racing Team) and Chaz Davies (ParkinGO MTC Racing Aprilia) had passed also Sykes, making it a 1-2-3 for riders on Aprilia machinery.


Leon Camier (FIXI Crescent Suzuki) was a brilliant fifth after a last minute glitch on the starting grid. Championship contender Marco Melandri (BMW Motorrad Motorsport) crashed out of race one.
D1144zz - 19/09/2012 11:18 PM
#4228

keren gan.. dia salah satu pembalap terhebat di dunia gan..:thumbup
Amijaya - 20/09/2012 09:00 AM
#4229

The Roman Emperor - Max Biaggi

Spoiler for News
The 2012 eni FIM Superbike World Championship enters into a crucial phase this weekend as the title battle is virtually whittled down to three names on the eve of the penultimate round at the Autodromo Internacional Algarve circuit at Portimao. Max Biaggi and Marco Melandri, two of the most famous riders in world motorcycle racing, will be fighting it out on Sunday together with the revelation of the year, the 26-year-old Tom Sykes from the UK.


It will also be a terrific battle on the manufacturer front as well, with three makes still in with a shot of winning this classification. Two rounds are left, and that means four races and 100 points up for grabs. The venue for this weekend's race will be the Portimao track in the Algarve region of Portugal, with its spectacular ups and downs, with the grand finale coming in two weeks time at Magny-Cours, in France.


A second major upset in two rounds saw the pendulum swing back towards Max Biaggi. At the Nurburgring in Germany the 41-year-old Italian from the Aprilia Racing Team celebrated his fifth win in 2012 (and his 21st in WSB), gaining 28 points over his rival Marco Melandri (BMW Motorrad Motorsport), who for the first time came away with no points in a double DNF. Biaggi now leads the table with a 9.5 point lead over Melandri but the two Italians are being pushed hard all the way by the increasingly menacing Tom Sykes, the Kawasaki Racing Team talent who is now just 26.5 points behind Biaggi and 17 behind Melandri. In case of equal points the final positions will be decided by the most number of wins in a season. Currently Melandri has six to his name, Biaggi five and Sykes two.


The title battle is now virtually a three-way affair, even though the reigning champion Carlos Checa (Althea Racing Ducati) - 70.5 points behind - and Northern Ireland's Jonathan Rea (Honda World Superbike Team) - 92.5 points behind - are still mathematically in with a chance. In the Manufacturers battle things are just as precarious: Aprilia moved back to the top again but BMW are just 7.5 points behind, followed by Ducati at minus 42.5 and Kawasaki at minus 62. Honda and Suzuki are no longer in the battle for the title.


Portimao will be the venue for World Superbike for the fifth time. The Algarve circuit was the decider in the 2009 edition, which saw a terrific duel between Ben Spies and Noriyuki Haga, but the previous editions have seen equilibrium all the way: Biaggi did the double in 2010, on his way to the world title, while Melandri won here last year. The most successful manufacturer however in Portugal is Ducati with four wins, the last one in 2011 with Carlos Checa, while Aprilia and Yamaha have each won twice.


But Superbike as always offers numerous points of interest and one of the main ones is those riders who are no longer involved in the final standings but who can easily have a say in the outcome. Althea Racing's Carlos Checa has lost contact with the top 3, more through misfortune than anything else and so finishing off the season in the best possible way is priority for the Spanish rider. The same can be said for Jonathan Rea who in this period is racing on two different fronts as Honda HRC has also chosen him as stand-in for Casey Stoner in MotoGP.


One man on form at the moment is Chaz Davies, the 25-year-old British rider whose rookie year so far has culminated in an extraordinary win at Nurburgring: on the Aprilia RSV4 introduced in 2009 the only winner so far had been Biaggi. Next season the 2011 Supersport World Champion will be switching to BMW alongside Melandri.


In Germany the FIXI Crescent Suzuki team was the only one capable of preventing the podium from being an all-Aprilia lock-out as the final place went to a determined Leon Camier. After various problems in the early part of the season the GSX-R is now moving on up, and Camier will surely be a threat at a circuit that exalts his riding style.


The other rapidly-emerging rookies include Italy's Davide Giugliano (Althea Racing Ducati), the 22-year-old reigning Superstock 1000 champion who is consolidating his top 10 position with some encouraging performances. One missing rider will be the injured Niccolò Canepa, replaced in the Red Devils Roma team by Matteo Baiocco, the two-time Italian CIV champion who raced as wild-card at Misano, finishing tenth. Another youngster to watch is Loris Baz, the 19-year-old Kawasaki Racing Team rider who already has one win at Silverstone and three podium finishes to his name.
Amijaya - 23/09/2012 05:14 PM
#4230

The Roman Emperor - Max Biaggi

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Max Biaggi (Aprilia Racing Team) led combined qualifying in the eni FIM Superbike World Championship class after the second session, posting a best lap of 1 minute 42.800 seconds to head off the close attentions of Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team) by 0.140 seconds.


The top three championship challengers all clumped together in one group at the top of the timesheets, with Marco Melandri (BMW Motorrad Motorsport) third by only 0.197 seconds.


A little way back Melandri's team-mate Leon Haslam was fourth quickest, with Eugene Laverty (Aprilia Racing) fifth. Rookie rider but already a race winner Loris Baz (Kawasaki Racing Team) was sixth after regulation qualifying.


Jonathan Rea (Honda World Superbike Team), Leon Camier (FIXI Crescent Suzuki) and Davide Giugliano (Althea Racing Ducati) added a cosmopolitan mix of machines to the top places.
wrkopi - 26/09/2012 02:34 PM
#4231

gan.. sorry nulis di thread.. soalnya ane PM dan VM agan gak bisa..

ane mau kasih tau kalo cendol udah ane kirbal.. jadi lunas yah,.. thx
ayout.vertigo - 26/09/2012 03:00 PM
#4232

ane mau tanya gan klo MotoGP ame superbike ntu cc nya gede mna ?
bingung
Cepoi - 26/09/2012 03:01 PM
#4233

banyak kata orang ane mirip ama om max nih..

mirip kentutnya doang kali ya ?? hammer
Amijaya - 08/10/2012 09:05 AM
#4234

The Roman Emperor - Max Biaggi

The closest ever finish in the history of the Superbike World Championship took place at Magny-Cours today when Max Biaggi (Aprilia Racing Team) finished the race fifth and in doing so he ended up the season 0.5 points ahead of Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team).

Sykes did all he could in winning race two, while Biaggi did just enough by finishing fifth, the final points reading Biaggi 358 and Sykes 357.5. Jonathan Rea (Honda World Superbike Team) was second in the 23-lap race, with Sylvain Guintoli (PATA Racing Team Ducati) third.

Biaggi's team-mate, Eugene Laverty was fourth in the race, but the other championship hopeful Marco Melandri (BMW Motorrad Motorsport) crashed out of contention. He finished third in the points in any case, on 328.5. This was Biaggi's second Superbike World Championship success, having won the title with Aprilia in 2010.
bean06 - 09/10/2012 02:24 PM
#4235

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Original Posted By Amijaya
The Roman Emperor - Max Biaggi

The closest ever finish in the history of the Superbike World Championship took place at Magny-Cours today when Max Biaggi (Aprilia Racing Team) finished the race fifth and in doing so he ended up the season 0.5 points ahead of Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team).

Sykes did all he could in winning race two, while Biaggi did just enough by finishing fifth, the final points reading Biaggi 358 and Sykes 357.5. Jonathan Rea (Honda World Superbike Team) was second in the 23-lap race, with Sylvain Guintoli (PATA Racing Team Ducati) third.

Biaggi's team-mate, Eugene Laverty was fourth in the race, but the other championship hopeful Marco Melandri (BMW Motorrad Motorsport) crashed out of contention. He finished third in the points in any case, on 328.5. This was Biaggi's second Superbike World Championship success, having won the title with Aprilia in 2010.

Saya ucapkan selamat untuk Max Biaggi :selamat
Keadaan yang dramatis dalam akhir musim ini hingga ia dinobatkan sebagai juara D
Amijaya - 11/10/2012 10:18 AM
#4236

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Original Posted By bean06
Saya ucapkan selamat untuk Max Biaggi :selamat
Keadaan yang dramatis dalam akhir musim ini hingga ia dinobatkan sebagai juara D

Nonton race terakhir emang tegang banget..
Kalo ga nyalip Checa bisa bisa ga jadi juara..
Untungnya setelah nyalip bisa ngacir..
malu
Dankomar - 11/10/2012 02:09 PM
#4237

selamat deh bwt biaggi,,
world champion 2012 WSBK :selamat
Amijaya - 17/10/2012 10:28 AM
#4238

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Original Posted By Dankomar
selamat deh bwt biaggi,,
world champion 2012 WSBK :selamat

Masih nunggu kabar buat 2013 nih..
Belom ada keputusan dari MadMax..
Bakal pertahankan titel, atau pensiun..
Amijaya - 19/10/2012 10:08 AM
#4239

Masih belom ada kabar aja nih..
Gimana musim 2013..
Jadi ikutan galau nih nunggu beritanya..
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