Timur Sardarov, CEO of MV Agusta, has spoken about his brand’s plans for Moto2, but also for MotoGP, confirming along the way work on a new engine.
MV Agusta wants to move up to MotoGP
It’s no surprise that a manufacturer of sports bikes is also flirting with the MotoGP. In an interview Timur Sardarov spoke now of the fact that the commitment in the Moto2, could become the basis for a later MotoGP team.
Asked if MV Agusta will be seen in other classes, Sardarov said: “For Moto3 we don’t have the bike, MotoGP is the path to take. Our company must first learn in Moto2 then slowly move to MotoGP later this decade.”
Successor to the MV Agusta F4 in the works?
He also fueled rumors of a successor to the F4: “We are also [in addition to mid-capacity adventure bikes] working on another new engine, it will be unusual, with an architecture that no one else has and will be dedicated to sports bikes. I’m not saying any more, we have a lot to do.”
Sounds like an exciting project. With the F4 dropped from the lineup due to the introduction of Euro5, this bike could fill the gap. The only question that remains is when the corresponding motorcycle will arrive.
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