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SPR in I.Robot and the highlight clip from Euro SSTK 1000 in Misano and more

Catch Luca Scassa pulling some great passes in the Misano highlight video fromt his past season in European Superstock 1000
http://www.mvagusta.net/viewmedia/210

Clips from I.Robot that show the MV Agusta F4 750 SPR
http://www.mvagusta.net/viewmedia/209

Old clip of an MV Agusta Factory tour in May, 1999. See the ORO!
http://www.mvagusta.net/viewmedia/211

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I don't think the F4 in I.Robot is a SPR as it has a rear seat! If you look closely the seat is red in colour.

Still cool shot thou.

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After two minutes and I will cry to see the misano race.
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I don't think the F4 in I.Robot is a SPR as it has a rear seat! If you look closely the seat is red in colour.

Still cool shot thou.
Well it's the movies. It *is* SPR bodywork. The truth is, they are actually '00 series F4's that were rebuilt to look like SPRs with the panels and such. Of course small changes such as a bit of glossiness (tunnel scene) and a rear seat differ from the actual thing. You cannot, however, mistaken the black F4 with the SPR side fairing design
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Well it's the movies. It *is* SPR bodywork. The truth is, they are actually '00 series F4's that were rebuilt to look like SPRs with the panels and such. Of course small changes such as a bit of glossiness (tunnel scene) and a rear seat differ from the actual thing. You cannot, however, mistaken the black F4 with the SPR side fairing design
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. Come to think of it I don't have a garage since the old one burnt down!
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But.....a new one is currently rising from the ashes......watch this space!
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I wonder what bike they used as the "stunt double" for the crash scene? An expendable Suzuki or Honda?
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I wonder what bike they used as the "stunt double" for the crash scene? An expendable Suzuki or Honda?
not only that, but smith actually wrecked one of the bikes, after his wife forbade him to ride them
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