September 16, 2015 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – The motorbike will be displayed until the 15th November which will end in an auction with all proceeds being donated to the Museum in Gallarate, Italy.
It won in its debut and has left the racetrack for the museum, becoming a precious piece for collectors of motorbike art. This is the fortunate destiny of the MV Agusta F3 Missoni that Jules Cluzel raced to success this past 21 June on the track in Misano, paving the way for a new battle in the race to conquer the WSS championship title. Beyond the results of the race, fans certainly can’t forget the splendid “Missoni, l’Arte e il Colore” image, which was inspired by a painting by Ottavio, adorning the aerodynamic shapes of the motorbikes of the Reparto Corse team. A pattern that has been replicated today in a truly unique way for a piece based on the MV Agusta F3 800 and displayed in the area of MA*GA dedicated to the show “Missoni l’Arte e il Colore.”
Beyond just the engine size – 800 cc instead of 675 cc – the motorbike, which will be auctioned off at the end of the exhibition, stands out from the original for its carbon license plate with the Reparto Corse logo bearing the numbers 001/001 as well as for the Missoni logo outline on the petrol tank with the words “Unique Replica World Supersport Winner at Misano Circuit 2015,” made all the more valuable with Jules Cull’s signature.