SBK, THE PLOT THICKENS: MV Agusta set to return to the Superbike World Championship

The Schiranna manufacturer is aiming to relaunch and as its CEO Sardarov has assured, it will do so by putting its hand back on the F4 project for a return to the production-based series


Looking to the future. This is the message of MV Agusta, which after a company-wide restructuring is looking optimistically to the horizon. Following an agreement with Loncin, the Schiranna company is all set to bring some more surprising news.

In fact, the company is talking about four new models linked to the premium range, expected for the end of 2021. However, the news doesn’t end here, and this is confirmed by Timur Sardarov. In a recent interview with our MCN colleagues, the CEO of the company confirmed that MV Agusta is getting ready to return to the Superbike World Championship: “Our F4 platform has been discontinued and we will come back to this no sooner than in five years’ time," he commented. "Then we will enter back into the Superbike series as well."

At the moment the SBK World Championship sees the presence of five different manufacturers on the grid - BMW, Ducati, Kawasaki, Honda and Yamaha. MV's return would be the icing on the cake…



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