Six-time world champion Max Biaggi will race again, according to those close to him.
Biaggi retired as WSBK champion a year ago and since then has been writing his autobiography (with writer Paolo Scalera), and popping up at MotoGP races where he supports his friend, Jorge Lorenzo.
Aprilia's semi-desperate financial situation seems to force changes in their plans by the day. But the most unexpected news coming from the region of Venice is that Max is strongly considering a comeback in 2014.
Biaggi would only do selected races, according to Aprilia chairman Roberto Colaninno. He'd like to do the season opener--and we're guessing Laguna Seca as well--but Colaninno says it's more logistically feasible for Biaggi to race an Italian round.
November is when Max typically migrates from his home in Monaco to his home in Southern California. If he is training on his Honda Supermoto bike when he hits the states then you'll probably know why.