Max Biaggi has mocked Valentino Rossi for his spin in a Formula One car at Valencia yesterday, the MotoGP outcast saying he could offer the champion some advice.
Rossi began a three-day test at Valencia yesterday with Ferrari, but due to bad weather, the Italian only ran one installation lap - spinning halfway and ending his day on a shuttle back to the garages.
Biaggi and Rossi have had an acrimonious relationship on and off the track, and the two clashed numerous times in motorcycle racing's top category.
Rossi had previous mocked Biaggi for his inability to sort out technical issues on his bike, specifically the suspension chattering under cornering, and now it's payback time.
"This time I've beaten him," Biaggi told Gazzetta dello Sport. "He mocked me about the bike's chattering? Well, as soon as I got on a current F1 car, the Midland, I did ten laps in the wet at Silverstone, on a real track which I had never seen before, while he didn't even reach the tenth turn at Valencia.
"If he says he needs to ask for my advice on the bike's chattering, then I reply I could explain to him how not to spin an F1 car. Whenever he wants..."