MV Agusta Forward Racing introduces itself, here is the livery of the new bike. Everything is ready to face the Moto2 2021 season with Baldassarri, Corsi and Marcon.
Three tips for MV Agusta Forward Racing in this Moto2 2021 season. In Courmayeur, in the main hall of the Mont Blanc Cinema, the two officers Lorenzo Baldassarri is Simone Corsi, plus the ‘European wild card’ Tommaso Marcon have unveiled the livery of the new F2. Here are the new colors of the bike with which they will face this year in the World Championship. The primary objective is certainly to take important steps forward compared to previous seasons.
‘Back to the future’ for Lorenzo Baldassarri, which has already raced with this structure in the same category. This year the return to the ranks of the Cuzari facility, with a great desire to relaunch. “We can say that a completely new adventure begins. I’ve already raced with this team, but everything has changed and it’s like starting from scratch. “ There is also a mention of a special tattoo for him. “It’s the Misano circuit, where I got my first win. A day I will never forget “ has explained.
Confirmed then Simone Corsi, a MotoGP veteran, ready for a new season with the same team. “The engineers worked hard during the winter, we made a good step forward” he pointed out. “It will be important to have a teammate like Baldassarri. Marcon will also be able to give us a hand in some European races. Racing with the MV brand is important and I am really proud to represent it. “
Do not miss a comment from Tommaso Marcon. For him it is not an absolute debut, given the two wild cards 2018-2019 in the category, but he will certainly be much more active, given that he will play a good number of extras in Europe. “My world experience begins here” declared the pilot from Veneto. “I’m really happy: I’m ready to push hard to get higher and higher and I can’t wait to face the first battles. I have a lot to learn and I have to find the right pace that the world riders have, as well as try to accumulate points. ”