WSBK » MV Agusta parts ways with Yakhnich


After just half-a-season in collaboration, MV Agusta and Yakhnich Motorsport end their partnership; MV Agusta will race at Misano

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LLarry

June 19, 2014 2:46 PM

This story doesn't really tell you anything does it?
Did MV pull away from Yakhnich or was it the other way around?
What were the reasons?
We don't know so it is premature to be questioning the way the team is run and their professionalism until the facts emerge.

Vilas46

June 19, 2014 3:17 PM
Last Edited 88 days ago

Realiability problems..

electronics Failures..

Chassi problems..

expensive parts and motorcycles

How to make one Motorcycle be has expensive has one Italian car

This is what i call Mv Agusta ART Business

No Doubt that the best engineering vs design motorcycle that arrive from Italy was the Vespa Px end of story..lol

shamarone

June 19, 2014 3:58 PM

re: "This story doesn't really tell you anything does it?"

confirms everything already known.

re: "Did MV pull away from Yakhnich or was it the other way around?"

other way 'round.

re: "What were the reasons?"

yaknich are a winning team, as such had expectations of support. MV did not meet these expectations.

RRalph

June 19, 2014 5:02 PM

reinmacre: There must be some big egos at work here with vastly differing opinions on how to run a team.

I like the fact MV Agusta basically said, "Cluzel will be going with us. Ciao."


Very true. You will not find bigger egos than the 'new money Russians' have anywhere.

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