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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-23-2009, 09:02 AM Thread Starter
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Dinner with Agostini?

People,

Your help would be very greatly appreciated with this question

As part of a present for my dad, I would like him to meet Agostini. I appreciate this would be extremely difficult to arrange.

Can anyone advise on how to contact his management company etc??

I have tried the official Ago website:-

http://www.giacomo-agostini.com/

but this appears to be in the construction phase.

Your help would be great

Cheers





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When my Dad and I first laid our eyes on an MV Agusta at the UK launch, we were simply blown away.................
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-23-2009, 08:52 PM
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I understand him to be a lovely, but eccentric and private man...I have a good friend, who is a very good friend of his. A year ago, my bud said "hey, I know you're a fan and have a Tam...I've known him since I was sixteen...if you are nearby, I'll arrange an introduction"

Well, I was ten miles from the maestros home for two days on business...after several attempts (after an OK was prearranged) it never happened for a wide variety of reasons (one of the days it was on and off six times) I mainly believe him to be a very private person, that when asked a month out (if his friend could bring a friend over to say hello...it was OK) up until it came time for it to actually happen. Worth a shot of course, but I'd have to believe it is a very long shot at best, now, esp since he's no longer involved with MV.
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Thanks DB, I know I am up against it. I know he attends a few meet and greet in the UK and sometimes attends classic racing etc

When my Dad and I first laid our eyes on an MV Agusta at the UK launch, we were simply blown away.................
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Yeah, a dinner might be pushing it. haha
I'd try and find out when his next public appearance is.

Or get him to enable google latitude on his mobile, and stalk
him like a wolf!
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Or try booking a few track days !!

http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/attach...2&d=1247226573

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Great story.
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