I thought it was odd at first too, seeing the tire come off, but it's because of the single-sided swingarm. Many times in a crash tires will come of the rim, but they're trapped by the swingarm, not the case on an MV.
I really, really hope next year is far better for MV.
With these bikes and Luca and Matt aboaurd, MV should be dominating :f4:
do they use carbon fibre wheels? it does look like it disintergrated to be honest. mind you it took 3 or 4 very heavy hits, had the whole weight of the bike crashing down on it, not many wheels/swingarms could cope with that. just unlucky i guess as it looked like a fairly normal low side.
Now that it seems they have improved the chasis, they just need to get more power and reliability to put those things in the fight for podiums! I know next year will be a better year, finish strong guys, we are pulling for you. See you in VA in a week and a half! :highclap:
I’m going to buy an XR1200 and kit it out for a couple of race outing in this years “Rolling Thunder” series..
Okay the Cat is now out of the Bag, let the P*SS taking begin !!!!!:stickpoke
This series will be supporting the BSB rounds, and I intend on entering a few rounds on the circuits...