The return of MV Agusta to racing in America is a reality. Using the F41000R in Superstock trim, Eraldo Ferracci brought the rudiments of his team and a pair of young riders to Jennings GP for a private two-day test using Pirelli tires November 8-9 .
Italian Superstock champion Luca Scassa (age 23) and American Matt Lynn (22) turned laps under mostly favorable conditions at the Florida track looking for basic setup information and a shakedown for the nearly stock motorcycles.
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Luca Scassa went under the JenningsGP motorcycle track record today aboard a Fast by Ferracci MV Agusta F4-1000R racebike on Pirelli tires.
Scassa turned a 1:14.810 backed up by a 1:14.850, breaking the previous record set by Pascal Picotte at 1:15.444 last spring.
Here are the latest photos of the Ferracci’s MV Agusta F4 1000 R Race Bike being used in this upcoming week’s testing.
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43 specialst journalists from 13 different countries tested the latest MV AGUSTA at the Misano track. After more than 3000 KM of testing at Santamonica, their verdict was more than positive Full story
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MV AGUSTA F4 1000S 1+1 : the legend to the Nth power
The F4 is a legend dedicated to motorcycle style and technology. It is the symbol of beauty on two wheels and reflects the inspiration and understanding that has enlivened its designers in defining this motorcycle cult object. It is a design and technology specimen in constant evolution; reaching, with the new F4 1000S, its synthesis of performance and emotional limits.
The star of this new machine is the new powerplant able to express a domineering 166 horsepower strength. A strength that permits the F4 1000S 1+1 to cleave the air and reach a speed that opens doors to a new legend: that of the most beautiful and fastest motorcycle in the world.
The F4 1000S 1+1 is distinguished from its smaller-displacement sister by the following aesthetic details:
New MV Agusta 37 world championship logo on the airbox back.
Tank guard with F4-1000 logo
Instruments with tachometer on a white background and F4-1000 logo
F4 1000 plate on the steering head
Color Options for 2005:
"Corsa" Red / Silver
Silver / Blue
The Mv Agusta F4 was in the movie " I-Robot" with Will-Smith Full story
MV AGUSTA BRUTALE 910R
The Brutale 910R: Captivating style, a great temperament and engine technology par excellence. But also a fanatical eye to detail and sophisticated fittings. All these qualities have long been recognized in the both the 750 and 910 Brutale Full story
F4-1000 Senna: The legend of speed has its heroes. These are champions who have shattered records, pulverized pole positions and fast laps and faced all kinds of challenges. They live in our memories, remembered by the races they ran and the cars they drove. However, there are exceptions: when we think of Ayrton Senna, we do not remember him by the symbols of his success; we see the portrait of a man. We see the image of a champion in a league of his own, who not only won three world titles (1988, 1990, 1991) and 41 Grand Prix, but who was also able to carry us on the wave of his emotions like no-one else. This is because Ayrton defied speed -not just his opponents. He was attracted by the beauty of velocity and challenged it with unswerving faith. Close to the less fortunate, fair to his adversaries, Senna always drove with his heart, always allowing the man to cross the finish line before the champion.
BRUTALE 910: LA DIVA
For those real lovers of Ã©lite motorcycles, the arrival of the Brutale meant the fulfillment of a dream- the dream of having a machine capable of performing and handling like a Hypersport but as laid back and fun to ride as a Naked. The recent success story of the Brutale shows how just such a dream was fulfilled. In just two years these bikes are now to be found in the garages that matter. The Brutale has won over 5,000 new customers and the critics have repeatedly acclaimed her as “Motorcycle of the Year”. The fact that they are widely used by people involved in the worlds of sport, show business and fashion, as well as being an icon of desire, has contributed greatly towards making this MV Agusta a true phenomenon and a symbol of all that is good about Made in Italy. The 750cc Brutale had no equal for style and sophistication and offered performance that none of its rivals could match. Recently they have resorted to increasing their engine capacities in the vain hope of making up lost ground. Now with a new 910cc engine, the MV Agusta once more leaves the opposition in her slipstream and goes back to her rightful position - leading the field. The engine unleashes 70.8 ft. lbs. of torque at 7,900 rpm and then goes on up to the 11,000 rpm limit to deliver its full power load of 136 horsepower. Full story