WSS » MV Agusta teams with ParkinGO for WSS bid


Iconic Italian manufacturer MV Agusta will return to world championship racing in 2013 with a Supersport entry helmed by 2011 title winners ParkinGO.

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shamarone

November 23, 2012 10:14 PM

re: "MV Agusta has announced"

re: "MV Agusta has confirmed"

observe the sentence structure above. we did not and will not see this in the context of suzuki.

re: "it was confirmed Suriano Racing will return Suzuki to the WSS grid"

see the difference...?

Matt - Unregistered

November 24, 2012 12:49 PM

I have been watching MotoGP,250/Moto2,125/Moto3 for years and this season i started to watch WSBK, now it seems i need to start watching WSS too. Going to be busy weekends next year.
Is there some kind of restrictions for Triumph and MV for them being bigger displacement?

shamarone

November 24, 2012 1:25 PM

re: "I have been watching MotoGP,250/Moto2,125/Moto3 for years and this season i started to watch WSBK"

OMG, the manufacturers want to know where you've been for the past 25 years...?

re: "Is there some kind of restrictions for Triumph and MV for them being bigger displacement?"

yup, "restricted" to 3 pistons.

shamarone

November 24, 2012 1:33 PM

re: "jesus now we need a factory backed Triumph 675 team"

been there, done this. what you mean is we need ANOTHER factory backed team now that the D675 has been rehomologated using the lessons/data learned from the FIRST factory backed teams.

Matt - Unregistered

November 24, 2012 2:10 PM

@shamarone

Im from Finland and started to watch racing when Mika Kallio was in 125cc in 2005. The problem with our country being so small and only few riders on top series we have none in Wsbk,Wss,Stock so ergo they dont really show the races. And where i was 25 years ago, depends really on my dad...

shamarone

November 24, 2012 4:34 PM

re: "The problem with our country being so small and only few riders on top series we have none in Wsbk,Wss,Stock so ergo they dont really show the races."

heads up, superbike's draw isn't riders, but kit. even as a fellow fin, i'm afraid mika's not going to respond to any tweets you send him to share a pint (or apfelsaft). meanwhile, ducati and KTM sell the same bikes in helsinki that they sell in LA so you don't have to wait for anybody to show anything. duke has been selling season review videos to the globe in both PAL and NTSC format for years. my friend, you are now empowered to "consume". :)

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