Here’s the official images of what the MV Agusta Moto2 race bike will look like – and it looks just like the road bike without lights, mirrors or a numberplate holder.

The most successful European motorcycle manufacturer of all time, with 75 world titles (38 rider and 37 manufacturer) from 1952 to 1974.

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The first prototype that will run in the Moto2 World Championship is already in an advanced stage of development, with their track debut set for next month.

It’s a bit gushy, but here’s the release from Giovanni Castiglioni, President of MV Agusta: “MV Agusta is the most successful brand in history of motorcycling.

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“The return of MV Agusta to Grand Prix is ​​a great honor for me. The Moto2 World Championship is very competitive and in order to be successful we need to apply the best of our technology and experience in racing motorcycle development”.

“The dream of bringing MV Agusta back to the World Championship was born with Claudio Castiglioni, to whom I have always been linked by deep esteem and friendship, and the dream came true with his son Giovanni” said Giovanni Cuzari, Forward Racing Team CEO. “I find it difficult to express with words what this means, to be actively part of a common project with both MV Agusta and CRC, the two Italian excellences that created the most beautiful motorcycles in history. I worked many years for this to happen, and now I feel proud to announce that MV Agusta will race in the Moto2 World Championship with Forward Racing Team. I am also aware of the great responsibility involved in having such a prestigious brand on the hulls of our motorbikes. Our team, along with MV Agusta and CRC, will strive to achieve, in the shortest possible time, what all the fans, and we first, expect and dream”.

 

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