Dwight David Mitchell

Dwight

Birthplace: Omaha,  Nebraska
Residence: Piscataway, New  Jersey
Height: 6'-0"
Weight: 180lbs
Turned Pro: January  1998
Year-end AMA National Amateur  Ranking
1997: 1st(MWGP), 2nd(750SB), 3rd(600SB),  4th(600SS)

Cool Dwight

 Formed a 6 man team of American roadracers to contest the 1999 Isle of Man TT  races in June. The team was formed with the intention of capturing an ACU  International Team Award in one of 8 different machine classes. This is award is given to a 3 person team not affiliated with the ACU who complete the total  distance of the race in the shortest aggregate time
The Trophy
There were 792 entries from  20 countries at this years TT. The team captured the coveted ACU Internatinal  Team Award in the Junior / 600 Supersport race.

TT1999, Read Dwight’s Report Here

The MV Agusta F4

We are pleased to announce our partnership with MV Agusta in this years Isle  of Man TT races. MV Agusta is the most successful name in motorcycle road racing  and has won more championships than any other motorcycle brand. The name MV  Agusta evokes memories of a bygone age where nearly every race winner, every  world champion rode the same type of motorcycle - MV Augusta. No other  manufacturer has equalled their record of 75 world championships, 270 Grand Prix  victories and a total of 3027 victories in the various different biking  disciplines. The MV. For a larger picture click here

MV took the legendary racer, Giacomo Agostini, to thirteen of his fifteen  world championship titles. It's history spans a period from the 1940's to the  present day. The marque did fade away during the late seventies, only to be  resurrected in the mid '90's. In 1995 Claudio Castiglioni, CEO of the Cagiva  Groupe, buys the rights to use the MV Agusta name and puts his top designer,  Massimo Tamburini on the project. Tamburini designed the incredibly successful  Ducati 916 as well as several Bimota's. Together they took on the challenge of  creating this new motorcycle to re-launch the historic MV brand. Needless to say  the MV Agusta F4 delivers the Italian style, beauty, attitude, and performance  people have come to expect.

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