In 2010 the masterpiece is achieved in WSBK: the Aprilia Alitalia RSV4 and Max Biaggi, beginning the season with every intention of continuing the growth trend from the previous year, quickly find themselves battling at the top. Double victories come at Portimao and Monza. Placements on the podium also arrive for Leon Camier, the young Brit riding alongside Biaggi, who contributes to the Aprilia leadership in the Manufacturer rankings.
The American triumph on the Miller Raceway track launches Biaggi to the front of the standings. This is a position that in no way intimidates the already four-time World Champion and the double victories are repeated at Misano and Brno. Only the Brit, Haslam, tries to hold off Max and his red, white and green Aprilia – which takes the big Alitalia "A" to the top of a motorcycle championship – but the match ends at Imola.Max Biaggi is World SBK Champion. He is the first Italian to win the most prestigious wreath in Superbike history and he also delivers the world Manufacturer title to Aprilia.
In the last race of the season, in Magny Cours (France), the spectacular year ends with a triumph. With the victory won by Max Biaggi the triumphant march of the Aprilia Alitalia Racing Team comes to an end after conquering all of the titles on the table in their second year on the track with the new RSV4. Aprilia soars to the top of the manufacturer standings with 47 points over Ducati, 59 over Suzuki, 119 over Yamaha, followed by Honda, BMW and Kawasaki.