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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TalentFan

December 30, 2012 5:43 PM

All the top Supermoto guys have unreal machine feel & control & Iddon has managed to translate his talent to supersport well (His Dad was a bit good as well). He's a young gun, experienced on a triple, hungry and has potential. Seems a good choice (bet he was cheap too!).

Rolfo? Well, he's no mug. Back in 250's at 1 time he was very nearly a serious contender, but it never quite panned out that way and he's never reached those heights since. But as others have said - he knows what he is doing and while they'll probably hope that Iddon will ride the wheels off it and be the charger who does well or eats gravel, that RR will plug away bringing the bike home and getting valuable set-up development data.
ParkinGo have done well so far, so if the MV bikes ARE good then maybe this team setup isn't so bad?

Tim757 - Unregistered

January 27, 2013 6:16 PM

Where do I start. Christian Iddon has gone through the ranks of road racing quite quick and this is his 4th full year and he's ended up in WSS. Very brave,fast rider learning his trade quickly on the track he enters his 1st love Supermoto for a couple of meetings a year and wins. British Supermoto final round in top class wins 2 out of 3. The Simoncelli tribute dec 2012 he entered at last minute teamed with ex British Supermoto arch rival Matt Winstanley on Matts works bike Qualified 1st against alot of top World Supermoto riders and the the God Rossi and v good Dovi. Shared a podium with Rossi at the end. Brilliant. 3 yrs ago did Moto1 challenge in uk based around Mallory Park facing top trails,motocross,Supermoto ,enduro and road racers over All disciplines. Finished 1st overall. Come on Christian. He's joined a great team in Parkingo this year with a very experience teammate but on an unproven bike on tracks he just don't know. Stay on ,learn and succeed. I've always

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