MV Agusta launches his bike for the return of the grand prix

The MV Agusta signed a four-year contract with the outgoing Moto2 group, Ahead Racing, to take part within the intermediate class. The previous builder of the Swiss crew, Suter, stays at house as a technical accomplice.

There was controversy surrounding the formation of the crew in 2019 as the primary duo, Romano Fenati and Stefano Manzi had had a scandalous incident in Misano, ensuing within the ban of that final for the remainder of the 12 months. His contract with Ahead and MV Agusta was subsequently terminated.

Whereas the crew was about to vary, Fenati may have been reinstated, however ultimately, Dominique Aegerter grew to become a accomplice of Manzi in 2019.

"I’m actually joyful and proud to be a part of the MV Agusta Ahead Racing Group challenge," stated Aegerter, who passes from the opposite facet of Kiefer Racing. "This may enable me to contribute, additionally due to my expertise, to the event of the brand new F2 [bike].

" All the pieces might be new to me, each the bike and the crew, however the first impressions are actually optimistic: the fellows are competent , I’m positive we are going to work nicely all 12 months.

"We can have an excellent duty and a wonderful identify to carry to the monitor however we are going to discover step-by-step the easiest way to guide this thrilling journey."

Manzi added, "Subsequent season might be my second with this crew, will probably be an unimaginable 12 months, to be found, the place we might be again on monitor after so a few years the builder MV Agusta: we can have an entire new bike, constructed from scratch, and that offers me plenty of enthusiasm and vitality.

"We’ve got already examined the F2 on the monitor and it has reacted nicely from the start. I’m snug on the bike and I cannot wait to take part within the exams that we’ll carry out in just a few days in Spain.

MV Agusta was a dominant producer in his debut Grand Prix motorbike, successful 18 titles within the 500cc class between 1956 and 1974.

John Surtees, Mike Hailwood, Giacomo Agostini and Phil Learn have all develop into a number of champions with the model, which has lately raced on the earth Superbike (pictured beneath) and World Supersport.

The MV Agusta WSBK challenge has been closed for the 2019 season, however the model will proceed in SSP with Raffaele de Rosa and Federico Fuligni


Jordi Torres, MV Agusta Reparto Corsica

Picture by: Gold and Goose / LAT Photos

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