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Pianeta Italia: il punto sul mercato piloti 2007
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(12 ottobre 2006)




La stagione internazionale per le derivate di serie si è chiusa questo week end con le ultime gare a Magny-Cours, e già si guarda all’anno prossimo, quando finalmente si rivedrà in gara Max Biaggi con la Suzuki Alstare; ma l’Italia non è solo Biaggi e a questo punto della stagione una panoramica sul Made in Italy pare quanto meno doverosa.

Partendo dalla top class, la WSBK, la notizia più chiacchierata vede protagonisti King Karl Fogarty e la MV-Agusta: pare infatti che l’anno prossimo il team inglese, che fino ad oggi ha gestito le poco performanti Petronas, gestirà le moto varesine, ancora non si sa con quali piloti; Roberto Rolfo invece cambia moto e squadra, passando dalla Ducati 999 F05 della Scuderia SC alla più performante Honda CBR 1000 RR del team Ten Kate, ponendo così le basi per un grande rilancio nella categoria che lui stesso a detto essere “la più bella a livello di ambiente.”

Altro pilota da prime posizioni che cambia squadra è Lorenzo Lanzi, che per l’anno prossimo pare destinato a far coppia con Ruben Xaus nel team di Marco Borciani, che avrà in gestione le Ducati 999F06 dotate di controlli elettronici e un occhio di riguardo da parte di Ducati; le attuali moto del team bresciano, le 999F05, dovrebbe essere le prossime moto di Ivan Clementi e Kurtis Roberts, vicini alla riconferma col team Pedercini, che per l’anno prossimo pensa di schierare almeno una moto, per la precisione una della nuova Ducati 1098, nella Coppa del Mondo Fim Superstock 1000.

Confermato Fabrizio nel team DFX Honda, nella WSBK ventura debutterà Alex Polita con la Suzuki GSXR gestita dal team Celani, che interromperà invece la collaborazione col campano Ianuzzo; scendendo di categoria alla Supersport, il 2007 dovrebbe vedere al via del mondiale uno dei più forti binomi italiani, ovvero Nannelli e la Ducati 749 gestita dalla Scuderia SC, così come è certa la conferma di Roccoli sulla Yamaha R6 del team Lorenzini: Vizziello per contro si sta guardando ancora attorno, e ancora non sa con chi correrà l’anno prossimo, anche se il suo obbiettivo è restare nel mondiale Supersport.

Sempre nella Supersport, l’anno prossimo si rivedranno almeno due Kawasaki del team Lightspeed, forse una delle due per Davide Giugliano, che in alternativa andrà ad infoltire una Superstock 1000 che si preannuncia spettacolare: al via della prossima Coppa del Mondo, l’Italia potrà ancora contarne su Claudio Corti, sempre con una Yamaha R1 anche se non si sa ancora con chiarezza con quale team, e a far compagnia al giovane comasco ci sarà anche Ayrton Badovini, quest’anno uno dei protagonisti con la MV-Agusta, che affronterà anche l’italiano SBK sempre con una F4. Nella categoria che ha lanciato, tra gli altri, Fabrizio, Ianuzzo e ora Polita, dovrebbe debuttare pure Canepa, sempre con una della nuove Ducati 1098, e a fargli compagnia ci sarà, con una Suzuki GSXR Alstare, Xavier Simeon, oltre a Perotti con una Yamaha R1 gestita del team ELLE 2 Ciatti; nei programmi del team Elle 2, per Fabrizio ci sarà pure l’italiano Superstock 1000, mentre nell’europeo 600 Superstock e nella R6 Cup prenderà via il Guerino, ai quali si aggiungerà uno tra Collino e Pedoni, con l’altro che affronterà la Coppa Italia, sempre con una Yamaha R6.

Nell’europeo 600 stock l’anno prossimo prenderà il via pure Michele Magnoni, che pare essersi accordato col Team Transimeno, e gira voce che nel prossimo torneo continentale dedicato alle “medie“ potrebbe prenderia il via pure una Triumph 675, gestita da un nuovo team italiano, ma qui siamo, per ora, nel campo delle ipotesi…

Ultimo, ma non per questo meno importanti, anzi, Luca Scassa: al pilota aretino le proposte certo non mancano, e al di la di come sia finita la stagione nessuno può mettere in dubbio il suo valore come pilota, ma pare che l’alfiere MV-Agusta l’anno prossimo vada in America, a tanter l’assalto al titolo STK sempre con una moto varesina.

In ogni caso, in bocca al lupo.

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I need to go back to school and freshen up on my Italian. I took it for two years in college but I haven't used it in so long that I am only able to make out half of every sentence. Ciao!
 

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SuperbikeSB said:
I need to go back to school and freshen up on my Italian. I took it for two years in college but I haven't used it in so long that I am only able to make out half of every sentence. Ciao!
I'm sorry Man!!!!!!!
I can to translate with free translator..... :) :) :)


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Planet Italy: the point on the market pilots 2007 Courteous Mark (12 October 2006)



The international season for them been derived of series has closed this week end with the last competitions to Magny-Cours, and already it is looked at all' next year, when finally will be reviewed in competition Max Biaggi with the Suzuki Alstare; but l' Italy is not alone Biaggi and to this point of the season a panoramic one on the Made in Italy seems how much except for proper.

Leaving from the top class, the WSBK, the more chatted news sees protagonists King Karl Fogarty and the MV-Agusta: seems in fact that l' next year the English team, that until today managed the little performanti Petronas, will manage the movement varesine, still it not it is known with what pilots; Roberto Rolfo instead changes movement and squad, passing from the Ducati 999 F05 of the Stable SC to the more performante Ten Kate, putting so the bases for a large raising in the category that he himself say to be "the most attractive to level of environment."

Other pilot from first positions that changes squad is Lorenzo Lanzi, that for l' next year seems destined to make couple with Ruben Xaus in the team of Mark Borciani, that will have in management the Ducati 999F06 provided of electric controls and an eye of care aside of Ducati; the present movement of the team bresciano, the 999F05, would have to be the next movement of Mild Ivan and Kurtis Roberts, neighbors Team Pedercini, that for l' next year hung to line up at least a movement, for the precision an of the new Ducati 1098, in the Cup of the World Fim Superstock 1000.

Confirmed Fabrizio in the team DFX Honda, in the WSBK fortune will debut Polished Alex with the Suzuki GSXR managed from the team Celani, that will interrupt instead the collaboration campanian col Ianuzzo; coming down of category to the Supersport, 2007 should see to the road of the world one one of the strongest Italian binomials, that is Nannelli and the Ducati 749 managed from the Stable SC, so how is certain the confirmation. Vizziello for against is looking at still around, and still does not know with who will run l' next year, even if its objective is to stay in the world Supersport.

Always in the Supersport, l' next year will be reviewed at least two Kawasaki of the team Lightspeed, perhaps an of two for Davide Giugliano, that in alternative will go to thicken a Superstock 1000 that it is forecast spectacular: to the road of the next Cup of the World, l' Italy will be able still to count it on Short Claudio, always with a Yamaha R1 even if it is not known still with clarity with that It will be also Ayrton Badovini, quest' one year of the protagonists with the MV-Agusta, that will confront also l' Italian SBK always with a F4. In the category that it threw, between the other, Fabrizio, Ianuzzo and now Polished, should debut too Canepa, always with an of the new Ducati 1098, and to do the company there will be, with a Suzuki GSXR Alstare, Xavier Simeon, besides Perotti with a Yamaha R1 managed some team ELLE 2 Ciatti; in the programs of the team Elle 2, for Fabrizio there will be too l' Italian Superstock 1000, Cup will take via the Guerino, to which will be added one between Collar and Pedestrians, with l' other that will confront the Cup Italy, always with a Yamaha R6.

Nell' European 600 stock l' next year will start too Michele Magnoni, that seems to be col Team reconciled itself Transimeno, and turns voice that in the next continental tournament dedicated to the "media "prenderia would be able the via too a Triumph 675, managed from a new Italian team, but here we are, for now, in the field of the hypothesis…

I finish, but not for this except for mattering, or rather, Light Breaks: to the pilot aretino the certain proposals do not are lacking, and to the of it of how is ended the no season can put in its doubt value like pilot, but seems that l' alfiere MV-Agusta l' next year go in America, to tanter l' assault to the title STK always with a movement varesina.

At any rate, in mouth to the wolf.



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God I hope not!! as a big Foggy fan when he was riding and keeping his mouth shut, he kinda spoilt things for me when he started the "I only enjoiy winning, I do not enjoy riding motorcycles" and then knocking just about every other rider out there, I just wish he would F*&$ off now :nutkick:
 

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pigiolino said:
I'm sorry Man!!!!!!!
I can to translate with free translator..... :) :) :)
I'm not saying anything bad towards you. I'm just saying that I need to work on my Italian. In fact, it should be mandatory that a person speak some Italian if they want to buy an MV, the language is just as passionate as the motorcycle.

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SuperbikeSB said:
I'm not saying anything bad towards you. I'm just saying that I need to work on my Italian. In fact, it should be mandatory that a person speak some Italian if they want to buy an MV, the language is just as passionate as the motorcycle.

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Va fan culo!
 

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Johnnie said:
Va fan culo!
I got told that about 20 million times when I was in Italia.

Passionate is right, I suppose...

Carl is a relic. He does indeed need to go away and fanculo.

Would be much better to see a real team running the MV, not just a figurehead which isn't a figurehead anymore like Carl.
 

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Yep! but is it final? why did they choose him, he has no brand equity..and is he a leader???
Could be nice to have Agostini as an endorser and a rich clever team owner, who is in the project for the long run!
Damn..the Mv is up there with all the Japs..It is a sin to gamble the momentum and brand away with that crap now.

My humple opinion as always!
 

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Sir SuperbikeSB!
This was not meant as some lame attempt to punk you, but just a display of my infantile penis jokes! No disrespect..sorry!
 

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Johnnie said:
Sir SuperbikeSB!
This was not meant as some lame attempt to punk you, but just a display of my infantile penis jokes! No disrespect..sorry!
Thank you for this response. I was unsure of how I was supposed to take that. Now that I know that it was not meant to offend I can join you in laughter. No disrespect or offense taken. Carry on with the a$$ [email protected]$*%& jokes.... :hump:

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just say the name Scott Russell to king Carl an see how he reacts . the guy got beat by a hillbilly on a under performing outdated zx7 . his crew cheif was a guy building pipes for a living , who was made by John Ashmede an Gary MedelY < check spelling > it is histories goof in racing . Rossi , Doohan ,shit even Biaggi would of never lost to this guy .
 
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