BSB » MV Agusta set for BSB return in 2013


Robinsons of Rochdale announce plans to return the MV Agusta name to the British Superbike Championship in 2013.

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Darren Massey - Unregistered

November 10, 2012 8:55 AM

Firstly there's no chance the F4 will be ready in time and in the UK tobuild it for SBK. Secondly I know for a fact that the only MV team backed by the factory is World Performance Racing .

Google them and have a look

jake318 - Unregistered

December 09, 2012 10:02 PM

My second passion Is unique high performance builds so I am excited about both the new design of the MV Agusta 675 Triple competing in WSS and the MV AGUSTA F4 1000RR Older tech hemi head design thats been worked/massaged over the last 10 years to get the most out of there inline 4 to stay competitive with the new pentroof design Inline 4s& V-$s. I give MV engineers alot of credit being such a small company yet able to keep old hemi designs at the top of the Dyno charts. yes its an uphill battle using trellis chassis and older tech but the MV F4 is like NASCAR. they sound Great , Look great and have the small factory underdog appeal.I AM NOT A NASCAR FAN , AND OWN A MOTORCYCLE COLLECTION WITH ALL THE BEST/CURRENT BRANDS SO i HAVE NO BRAND LOYALTY/ROSE COLORED GLASSES . And in reality bikes/tires are now so good street/track day riders arnt as good as the bikes they ride. 95% of riders(myself included lol) cant even outride a Benelli sportbike which are supposed to have many flaws

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