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Old 19th August 2011, 20:57   #1
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RIP Claudio Castiglioni..

Soup :: Vale: Claudio Castiglioni :: 08-17-2011

I have always been attached to the late 80s and early 90s of ducati, bimota and MV...and Claudio along with Massimo Tamburini and Massimo Bordi would rank among the top 3 figures.. Domenicali and Preziosi in the subsequent era...Perre T would also figure in the scheme of things since he created supermono....

Motorcycling world would miss this gentleman..

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He created bikes that we dream of owning in our lifetime . I salute you Claudio RIP
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