Biaggi, who hasn’t ridden at Sepang in 10-years, said that he remembered the circuit to be less bumpy but felt that it is an exciting track.
He will be in action for the Aprilia Racing Team in next weekend’s Malaysian at the Sepang circuit.
"Unfortunately they were some unlucky tests. For 3 out of the 4 days we had available it rained.
"Of course I had to take a spill and we also had a couple technical problems that slowed down my work, but those are things that are just a part of racing.
"We hope to be luckier next week. Sepang is still an exciting track, but the only black spot is that I found the asphalt to be rather bumpier than I remembered it," said Biaggi.