Max Biaggi has returned to the house, a new life begins while in the thoughts to Schumacher and Hayden (Photo)
Max Biaggi, this time it does not run, has left the hospital where he was hospitalized for 19 days, a time that seemed eternal to the pilot, his girlfriend Bianca Atzei, to family, to his fans (photos). The Corsair does understand that will say just the races on the track, he speaks about his thoughts during the hospitalization, the fear of losing in a moment all the life. Biaggi was admitted to San Camillo hospital of Rome from the 9th of June after a bad accident on the track Sagittarius Latina. “Life should not be wasted”, these are the words of the pilot, which, at 46, seems to say just at the races. Discharged from the hospital Biaggi has confided that he thought his colleagues who were not as lucky as him: “I have thought about who I knew well, such as Michael Schumacher and Nicky Hayden, and I understand that sometimes it's really just a blink of an eye to lose everything.”
With the heart in the hand of the sample to the cameras of Premium Sports commented: “I have traced the film of my life, and I realized that now I don't have to prove anything to anybody. My goal now is to recover, is to give love and happiness to my children and the people who love me and who I love”.
It will be difficult to back on track duel with the young centaurs, now, his life changed: “The passion is untouchable but I will give space to promising young people. I want to teach them that the only talent is not enough in this job, but you need other things that I can pass on. To make this work, I always made a lot of sacrifices: I can now say that my life is beautiful”.
He risked his life, and has understood it from the first moment after the fall; Biaggi would like to thank all those who were next to him: “The first thing I want to say is thank you. I thank all the fans and the people who humanly have been close to me. Thanks to the surgeon, Joseph Cardillo that I operated two times, to all the nurses in the icu and the doctor Claudio Ajmone-Cat”. Welcome Back Max!