WSS » Iddon, Rolfo join ParkinGO MV Agusta effort

ParkinGO announce British Supersport front runner Christian Iddon and experienced Italian racer Roberto Rolfo as its choices to ride the MV Agusta F3 675 in 2013.

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Irish Guy - Unregistered

December 17, 2012 11:05 AM

Christian Iddon deserves a go on the world stage but the question is - how long will the team last? The only reason any team signs Rolfo is for the sponsorship money he brings to the table. Here is a team with money worries looming large even before the start of the season.


December 18, 2012 3:25 AM

So who is this guy Iddon anyway? Never heard of him. If he's in BSB SS PJ Jacobsen had to have beaten him in his one and only SS ride. Must not be that good since he hasn't had the courage to come to the States and race.

You like telling everyone over and over and over about your expertise. I've seen nothing but a biased, self important, keyboard wannabe, tool! (Terms you've used in active posts to describe anyone that has an opinion contrary to yours)

intheknow - Unregistered

December 18, 2012 9:26 AM

Yes Iddon was in BSB SS. He won the first race in Assen beating PJ easily. In the second race Iddon passed PJ into the final chicane but PJ cut the corner and ended up taking the win. If you are a PJ fan be careful not to knock the guy that beat him! javascript:insertTextCursor('comment', ':-o')
Not racing in the states is nothing about courage. Perhaps the opportunity has not been there yet or perhaps it's because BSB and WSBK are FAR better series at the moment so why would a rider want to go there?javascript:insertTextCursor('comment', ':?')

snell - Unregistered

December 18, 2012 9:31 PM

you guys are forgetting somthing Iddon was riding a Triumph when he was winning and doing well this year the MV has to prove its self yet and will it be up to world supersport spec

rod99 - Unregistered

December 19, 2012 11:04 AM


Im no wannabe Ive been there and done it

He hasnt gone to the states because he realises no one gives a toss about your Mickey mouse cahmpionship, hence why PJ was over here in the first place.


December 19, 2012 3:17 PM
Last Edited 1019 days ago


You've done nothing.

JD Beach, 21 - 2008 Red Bull Rookies Cup champion, started road racing in 2006. Luis Salom runer-up.

Jake Gagne, 19 - 2010 Red Bull Rookies Cup champion. Danny Kent runner-up.

Cameron Beaubier, 19 - 2007 Red Bull Rookies Cup race winner. 7 wins in DMG Super Sport w/13 podiums, never qualified lower than 3rd in 17 rounds.

These are the guys that regularly beat PJ, the guys you called "old established riders with cash" While Kent and Salom are riding in GPs, these quality riders aren't because they don't have the correct passport. PJ's there because he couldn't get a solid ride in the states.

Keep typing warrior!

rod99 - Unregistered

December 20, 2012 1:15 AM


You've lost me now, I dont get what your talking about. Doesnt bother me because from what I can gather it doesnt matter much, you seem to post random bunk but as long as your happy thats the main thing...

the keyboard warrior thing ah yeh funny, you'd look such a tw.t if you knew.

Whatever, now you know who Chrissy Iddon is and yes I think PJ is very talented, sorry that doesnt agree with you but Im not loosing sleep over it.

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