Max Biaggi Net Worth

Max Biaggi Net Worth is
$20 Million

Max Biaggi Biography

Max Biaggi net worthy of: Max Biaggi can be an Italian former motorbike racer who includes a net worthy of of $20 million. Biaggi retired from racing in 2012. He earned the World Superbike Championship this year 2010 and 2012 and was a Grand Prix motorbike road racing Globe Champion. Max is involved to Miss Italia 202 champion Eleonora Pedron. He switched to the Globe Superbike Championship in 2007 and became the next European from beyond your United Kingdom to earn a Superbike Globe Championship. Max Biaggi was created in Rome, Italy in June 1971. He competed for the 250cc World Championship from 1991 to 1997 starting 87 races and winning 29 of these. From 1998 to 2005 he competed for the MotoGP Globe Championship where he begin 127 races and won 13. He competed for the Superbike Globe Championship from 2007 to 2012 where he began 155 races and earned 21. Biaggi has earned the 250cc Globe Championship four consecutive moments.

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Quick Facts

Full NameMax Biaggi
Net Worth$20 Million
Date Of BirthJune 26, 1971
Height1.68 m
ProfessionMotorcycle Racer
ChildrenInés Angelica Biaggi, Leon Alexandre Biaggi
ParentsPietro Biaggi
Movies2001 MotoGP Review, MotoGP Review 2003

Interesting Facts

1 After a stop year, he signed to race on 2007 Superbike World Championship with Suzuki Alstare Corona Extra Team [September 2006]
2 Currently competing in Moto GP on the Repsol Honda RC211V
3 Max and Eleonora welcomed a son, Leon Alexander (December 2010).
4 Has a daughter with Eleonora Pedron named Inès Angelica (b.22 September 2009).
5 As a young boy he had kept a poster in his room of Wanye Rainey on a #2 Marlboro Yamaha, Biaggi would later go on to ride a #2 Marlboro Yamaha
6 Races under #3
7 Was involved in a post race altercation in the 2001 Catalunya Spain round of the Moto GP with Valentino Rossi and the "Elbow Incident" with Biaggi elbowing Rossi off the track at the Japanese GP. It's no secret that the two are bitter rivals.
8 Team-mate to the 2003 Moto GP Rookie Of The Year Nicky Hayden
9 Finished second in his very first year in the 500 GP series to multi time champion Mick Doohan


1 These are motorbike races, not classic music concert.



Tale E Quale Show 2016 TV Series Himself
The Freedom Machine 2016 Documentary Himself
Io canto 2010 TV Series Himself
1000cc Raw Thrill 2009 TV Series Himself - Guest
Quelli che... il calcio 2006-2007 TV Series Himself
Faster 2003 Documentary Himself

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