Massimo Tamburini, former Ducati and MV design guru passed away over 2 years ago, but his designs live on. One of his last designs has become a reality in the form of the Tamburini T12, built by the newly formed firm Massimo Tamburini.
Evolving from the design of the Ducati 916 and carried on with the MV Agusta F4, the Tamburini T12 is a thing of beauty. The Tamburini has some impressive engineering to the chassis, using a compound steel trellis and cast magnesium frame, you have the ability to adjust its rigidity. It houses a BMW S1000RR engine in full WSBK tune that outputs .
The Tamburini T12 is currently a track only bike, but could become mainstream given enough public demand for it.
For more details on the T12, head to www.massimotamburini.com