March 8, 2005 Well, not quite. The $77,000 limited-edition MV Agusta F4 1000 Tamburini will be displayed to the Australian public for the first at round two of the 2005 World Superbike Championship from April 1-3. The machine inspired by legendary designer Massimo Tamburini produces 127kW (173 horsepower), compared to 122kW (166 horsepower) from the standard MV Agusta F4 1000, which sells for AUD$32,990. The MV Agusta will indeed be rerpresented at most of the rounds of the World Superbikes this year as the 2005 Superstock FIM Cup is held in conjunction with the European rounds of the championship and four MV Agustas will be among the 33 starters in the championship this year.
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