Max Biaggi, the four-time 250 GP World Champion, is now a member of the MotoGP Hall of Fame.
The induction ceremony was held at the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello where Dorna CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta presented the coveted MotoGP Legend Medal to Max Biaggi.
Surrounded by his peers, friends, fans and family, Biaggi graciously accepted the much deserved honor.
Max Biaggi began his career in 1991 in the 250cc class, winning his first race in 1992. Two seasons later, Biaggi was crowned as the 250cc World Champion, earning Aprilia’s first World Championship title as well. Biaggi would go on to win the crown for the next three consecutive years, reigning from 1994 through 1997.
From 1998 to his retirement in 2005, Max Biaggi compete in the premier class as a serious contender. He never finished a race outside of the top five.
Over his illustrious MotoGP career, Biaggi won 42 races (13 in the premier class), earned 111 podiums and 56 race starts in pole position.
After MotoGP, Biaggi raced a spell in WorldSBK winning 21 races, earning 71 podiums, and taking the crown in 2010 and 2012. This makes Max Biaggi the first MotoGP Legend that is also a WorldSBK Champion.
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