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A superior Christian Monsch as series overall winner and an impressive demonstration of guest driver David Linortner (third in the IDM Supersport 2012) with a tuned MV F3 dominated the season finale of the MV Agusta International Cup in Brno.
First Running: Monsch makes everything klar.Doch the finale on the Grand Prix circuit of Brno was despite the difficult times, especially an MV-rider again his teeth. The Grisons Racing veteran Christian Monsch celebrated in the first race a sensational idea. That the F4 pilot talk to the converted on superbike style MV his usual opponents in check would clear, had been expected. But he would only seconds dash behind the internationally active German Michael Peh (Ducati 1199 Panigale) and the IDM and World Supersport-experienced Austrian David Linortner (MV F3) than overall third of the Italo-class across the finish line, one thought . "I feel really one with the bike," enthused Monsch. "We worked a lot on the chassis, now that fits like a glove. Particular, the revision of the rear TTX rear shock from Ohlins by a renowned specialist has worked wonders. Moreover, I could Peh and Linortner follow in the early rounds and have studied their lines. I learned a lot. But it's amazing how late the WM experienced Linortner brakes. finish straight with me at 130 meters last groove, and can at least up to 100-meter board. stand no idea how the the part but still gets around the corner. Impressive thing ... " Behind the guest pilot Linortner tuned F3 - be the SKM team F3 compared with a Yamaha R6, because you may 2013 with the MV wants to enter international parquet - and Monsch had the Cup runner-up Martin Bigler (No. 9) behind the German Thomas Netzker (No. 11) benügen with rank 4. Thus race winner Monsch win of the MV Agusta Intercup could no longer take. The Grisons, after his 168th win a race before the end of 202.5 points in the bank, his closest rival Biglerville only Second Running: Again Monsch In the second race IDM and WM pilot Linortner again gave a brief demonstration of his skills. The young Austrian thundered or howled with only 675 cc strong F3 in 2:06,9 around the course, a top time for a super athlete.
After three rounds Linortner was 14 seconds before the Ducati / MV / Suzuki B-King-box, a little later, he rolled into the pits. "Completed test job, the race win I will take away anyone," laughed Linortner. "This suspension is a bomb, no other supersport machine is so handy and precise as the F3. I can brake very late. But the engine certainly no longer has power than the competition, there is still much work would be needed.. for an entry into the World Championships, and I would prefer to go there, would have to go even much ' The MV-race victory in the first race as grabbed Christian Monsch. But the Grisons was traveling not quite as quick as in the first race. "The night was a bit short," laughed Monsch, "I have made so many mistakes that the tire was over sometime. The first two laps were ok, but then ... well, it was enough for the class win anyway." Behind Martin Bigler Monsch could defeat unlike the first race Thomas Netzker behind Bigler and Netzker Craig Schmid (No. 312) came in fourth