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Two-man MV Agusta team in BSB next year

Rochdale MV Agusta dealer Robinsons is planning to a run a two man MV Agusta team in BSB next year. Robinsons say they have full backing from the Varese-based manufacturer and UK importer MotoGB and are preparing what they call, the ‘latest-spec’ 2013 MV Agusta F4-RR machines in readiness for an exciting season’s racing. Steve Rostron, General Manager of Robinsons of Rochdale...

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FATFRYER2

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FATFRYER2 says:

Jack Valantine for manager ?????

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jhandley

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jhandley says:

ANY more makes in all forms of bike racing is a good thing and the MV marque has one of the greatest racing pedigrees - just hope they don't embarass themselves as it must take a lot of money to be a success.  Wish them well.. and wish them big sponsor!

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goldenboyfz1

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goldenboyfz1 says:

MV Agusta BSB Team

How cracking would that be !!!!... There's plenty of room on the grid, especially after hearing the sad news that WFR have pulled out ?. It must be financially viable for these teams to run now ? ... after visiting several BSB events and witnessing the huge crowds at every round...not to mention the fact they are paying about £30 per head just to be there. As well as the Eurosport coverage...you'd think teams and sponsors would be tripping over themselves to get in on the action..... BSB is the best domestic series in the world...just look at the depth of talent in the field. Its a global shop window for manufacturers and sponsors.

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Popski

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Popski says:

If anyone can give the MV team success Jack Vs the man.

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valentimo

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valentimo says:

The Rocker

Get Luca Scassa in there - he knows the bikes and the tracks. Top talent

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Dext37Fielding

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BTW, Dean Harrison turned down the ride, Rutter has been offered it.

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rock101

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rock101 says:

How can this actually happen, The new F4 RR that they will be able to use isnt even going to be ready until the end of february. This only leaves about 4 weeks to build a superbike. And has anyone actually asked the factory or the importer if they are going to support this. Sounds like some more wannabees!!!!

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rock101

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rock101 says:

And isnt that a 2012 bike that isnt even legal for racing in BSB.

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