MV Agusta has unveiled the 2019 race bike. One of the most successful European manufacturer in the world of Grand Prix racing, they dominated the racetracks for a major part of the first three decades since the beginning of the sport in 1949. MV Agusta have a formidable 75 world titles, of which 38 are rider titles and the remaining are credited to manufacturer titles.
Sporting typical MV design cues, the race machine looks similar to the beautiful, fully-faired motorcycles from the manufacturer’s stable. Power will come from the 765-cc triple from Triumph. The team will continue to run frames made by the Swiss manufacturer, Suter. The revealed bike is the prototype in the final stages of development. We can expect to see it début on the racetrack as early as July 2018.
Credited with bringing us some of the most desirable motorcycles in the world, and armed with a highly successful racing heritage, the team will carry high expectations into the 2019 season. MV Agusta have a lot to benefit from this move, mainly in the research and development section, particularly because they also have an in-line, three-pot mill (of almost similar displacement as the Triumph) in the market.
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