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Biaggi looks to turn the page

Biaggi looks to turn the page

Biaggi looks to turn the page

Max Biaggi says he is looking for a fresh start at Sepang this weekend after a wretched run of results which has seen him lose touch with championship leaders Valentino Rossi and Sete Gibernau. The Italian has strong record at the Malaysian circuit, including two victories and a third place last season, and comes on the back of a strong performance in Qatar where he started from the back of the grid.

"They say bad luck comes in threes, and we've had three really unlucky races from whichever way you look at it," says Biaggi. "They're done with now and I now hope to turn the page over on all that. I actually think I did that already in Qatar, when I came sixth after a particularly difficult race.

"Sepang is a track I like, I've won there twice and I was on the podium in 2003. The tests there went well too, even if the RCV back then was different. Everything is set up for us, so we hope to achieve something, not only for me, but for my team as well and for Honda, who are pushing themselves to the limit to get a good finish to this season."


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