WSBK champ, Max Biaggi was airlifted to a hospital in Rome following a crash. In an update on Saturday morning, it was reported that Max Biaggi has suffered two broken ribs. Although the injuries are not life threatening, Spanish outlet Agora Magazine says that hospital director, Emanuele Guglielmelli has decided to keep him in intensive care as a precaution.
The four time 250cc title and two times WSBK winner was immediately airlifted after the accident happened on the Sagittario track in Latina. After reaching at the San Camillo Hospital in Rome, he was suspected with thoracic and spinal trauma.
Max Biaggi who was training along with young Moto3 riders was expected to take part in the Supermoto event when this happened. The mechanics have said that they saw the champ moving his arms and legs post the accident and that he knows well about the crash.
Max Biaggi is one of the greatest Italian riders and his more than 20 years of career consisted of 4 world championships in the 250 class and two world titles in the superbike. He got retired from racing at the end of 2012 and worked as a technical commentator for the Superbike. He then returned to racing in 2015 for Aprilia in the World Superbike championship.
Max Biaggi is a team manager of the Max Racing Team, owned by himself. It runs in the Moto3 category of the Italian Speed Championship. We hope that Biaggi recovers and hits the track soon.