21 October 2013


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The MV Agusta F3 675, after the optimum results achieved at Magny Cours, has once again returned to the podium with a third place finish achieved by Robert Rolfo. This podium finish has allowed the Italian pilot to obtain the sixth place in the final world championship standings. Rolfo was the protagonist in an outstanding race, after fighting for the lead early he was able to successfully defend his position and guarantee a position on the podium with the current world champion Sam Lowes and the vice-champion Kenan Sofuoglu. Christian Iddon, Rolfo’s teammate was also extremely fast in the early stages of the race holding fourth place before being forced to pit.

The two pilots have demonstrated a very high level of competitiveness and the extraordinary progress of the F3 during its first year of racing in the world championship. The MV Agusta F3 675, in its debut season in the world championship, has achieved 3 podium finishes, 123 points in the riders championship and the fourth position in the manufactures championship with 104 points.

Giovanni Castiglioni, the President of MV Agusta, has commented: “I am very satisfied with our progress during our first world championship season. We are working on a number of technical details that will increase the performance of our bike making it even more competitive. And, with these encouraging results, we have decided to increase our commitment to racing for next season.”