WSS » ParkinGO MV Agusta shows its colours


MV Agusta unveils its much vaunted World Supersport Championship contender at a ceremony in Italy.

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snell - Unregistered

February 01, 2013 9:03 PM

agh come who enters world supersport with a standard exhaust system the bike has been out for a year or two, even triumph had an arrow exhaust when paul young firsh raced it

shamarone

February 02, 2013 7:15 AM

re: "agh come (on), who enters world supersport with a standard exhaust system the bike has been out for a year or two, even triumph had an arrow exhaust when paul young firsh raced it"

don't exaggerate. bike's have been out a year at best (and that as of 2 days ago), with good running examples worth developing on far less than that. initial bikes had problems (fueling being one) and the 2013 WSS season hasn't even started yet. at this point, they (png) have entered and turned a wheel in NOTHING. by the power vested in me i hereby rule any and all whining as "superfluous" till the weekend of 24/2/13.

Licker - Unregistered

February 02, 2013 1:38 PM

The bike is beautiful, and has Tamburini chassis pedegree, while the team has a well proven pedigree in both WSS and WSB. Don't make the mistake of writing them off too soon!

I hope Christian is able to take advantage of the extra track-time to show how good he really is.

I'm going to enjoy watching how they do

Observant - Unregistered

February 03, 2013 9:57 AM

Am I the only one who really finds the alignment of 'Parkin' and 'Go' to look just plain odd?
Not only does the angle look wrong but the large size of 'Go' is too far left positioned, chopping the letter 'G'.

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