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Discussion in 'Racing, Motorsports, and Track Days' started by TonyE, May 2, 2007.
For all the old farts like Hornet, Inci and myself here's some good news
That's great news, should be a good outfit.
It'll be good to see them back next year.
Whoo, they better come out and win, or there'll be egg on their faces with the prices they charge for bikes!
Watched the 1st round of the AMA SBK's on foxtel last night and while the MV's didn't win(GO SUZUKI! :grin: ) they certainly didn't embarass themselves.
BTW, bikes racing at Daytona, insane! :grin:
Hand-made Italian, they will always cost more.
Worth it? Definitely.
Nowâ€¦about that second mortgageâ€¦
The MV ridden by Brendan Clarke has been racing in the East Coast series this year and is so far unbeaten and taken a few lap records with him (Wakefield allegedly, although some people dispute this).
And his is no privateer effort either with three bikes and the factory/distributor truck at his disposal at Wakefield, so why not come along and watch the next round at Oran Park and see how he goes.
If the bike sounds and looks as good as this http://www.motorcycleclassics.com/section/sidecar/2007-03-01/ I'll be happy!!
Mmmm Love the Agusta's, Old man loves em too..
Guess mum doesnt hope dad loves them too much
The last issue of AMCN had some good info on their new racing focus, was a good write up. Great for them to be back, more brands are always good for the racing.