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MV Agusta And Lewis Hamilton Reveal Special Edition F4 LH44 Bike

MV Agusta And Lewis Hamilton

MV Agusta And Lewis Hamilton team up again for the F4 LH44 Motorcycle

MV Agusta And Lewis Hamilton: Two years back, motorcycle maker MV Agusta was swiped with by Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton, and the two hooked up to create the limited-edition Brutale Dragster RR Lewis Hamilton LH44. This year, Hamilton taking some time to unveil the even-more-limited-edition MV Agusta F4 LH44 was revived by the Anglo-Italian romance. The relation between the race driver and the racy bike maker is not capricious: the Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 team Hamilton owns a stake and drives for is owned by Daimler.

MV Agusta And Lewis Hamilton

Hamilton and MV Agusta team began with a 212-horsepower F4 RC, the Reparto Corsa race kit whilst shedding eight lbs, featuring seven horsepower over the standard F4. The engineering department exhaust which swaps the trademark four pipes to get a single unit inspired by MV Agusta’s World Superbike contender. An automatically adjustable Öhlins suspension in black rather than the gold graces back and front: a TTX 36 jolt astern, USD NIX 30 TiN-coated forks ahead.

MV Agusta And Lewis Hamilton

With matte black accents and a pearl chassis comprising his panther logo Hamilton dressed the package in candy apple red. Work includes the gas tank cap, a CNC-machined wheel nut, and exclusive Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa tires with red-striped sidewalls. MV Agusta notes the windscreen that is smoked is a first on a single of its manufacturing bicycles. Only 44 of them are up for grabs, and at least one being sold above the rumored price of around 50,000 euros. The gallery above is probably.

MV Agusta And Lewis Hamilton

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