Tamburini Corse F43 Tributo sportsbike teased for 2022 unveiling

Tamburini Corse teases a brand-new sportsbike - the Tamburini Corse F43 Tributo - which is expected to be based around the MV Agusta F3 and F4

Tamburini F43 Tributo

It’s been seven years since Massimo Tamburini passed away but not only does his influence live on through the iconic motorcycles he penned but his legacy will inspire a reboot of the Tamburini Corse company helmed by his son.

Andrea Tamburini founded the eponymous Tamburini Corse in 2009, going on to launch its first model - the ultra exclusive Tamburini T12 track only sportsbike - in 2016.

Now after a few dormant years, Tamburini is beating a path back towards the headlines with two ongoing projects; an MV Agusta-endorsed restyling of the classic Brutale and a new sportsbike dubbed the F43.

First up will be Andrea Tamburini’s reworking of the Brutale 1090, 900 and 920 editions that preceded today’s MV Agusta Brutale 1000, dubbed the T01 Project. 

These special editions are anticipated to be re-designed with a retro twist in-keeping with the synonymous traits of his father, Massimo, who penned the original model.

Expected to be unveiled before the end of the year, Tamburini has now revealed his company is working on a mystery sportsbike dubbed the Tamburini F43 Tributo.

Though there is little information beyond a proposed 2022 launch date, this tell-tale nomenclature and recent events would suggest a tribute to the MV Agusta F3 and F4 sportsbikes, two more Tamburini-designed models held in high regard alongside the Ducati and Bimota models he is best remembered for.

The news comes amid rumours MV Agusta is readying the unveiling of the brand-new F4 sportsbike at EICMA next month, designed by Horatio Pagani.