Hockenheim 1994, Biaggi to Romboni: “It’s racing, not classical music”

Hockenheim 1994, Biaggi to Romboni: “It’s racing, not classical music”

In the mid-90s, the 250 class played a starring role in the world championship thanks to some great Italian riders. An epic three-way battle played out at the German track, Capirossi ultimately winning

25 marzo 2021

It was the unofficial reigning class of the 90s. The jumps at the Salzburgring, the pushing and shoving at the Nurburgring. The years of the last gasp battle at the “Motodrom” of Hockenheim. Of Luca Cadalora, Loris Reggiani and Pierfrancesco Chili, followed by Biaggi, Capirossi, Romboni. And then Rossi... This was the 250 class, a hotbed of Italian talent, where the wins were punctuated by some all-out clashes on the bikes.

Period of real rivalry, on and off track


1994 was a year of strong hearts, one that would go down in history also for the “black” Aprilia’s ti

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