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Mixed fortunes for Suter riders in Misano MotoGP™ race

Thursday, 1, January 1970

The Misano MotoGP™ race was the first time this season where two Suter machines lined up on the grid, as Came IodaRacing Project’s Danilo Petrucci made his Suter debut alongside NGM Mobile Forward Racing’s Colin Edwards. read more »

IodaRacing and Suter together from Misano

Thursday, 1, January 1970

On the eve of the San Marino Grand Prix, IodaRacing Project has announced the partnership with Suter Racing for its CRT with a BMW engine, which the team will use until the end of this season and for 2013.

Maiden U.S. Grand Prix disappointment for Petrucci

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Came IodaRacing Project’s Danilo Petrucci endured a disappointing weekend in Laguna Seca at the Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix, which saw him having to end his race early with severe front-end issues on his bike.

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Came IodaRacing Project Information:

Whilst their rider Danilo Petrucci takes his first steps in the World Championship, Ioda can count on the vast experience of their General Manager Giampiero Sacchi who is one of the most recognisable faces in the sport having overseen the young careers of several world champions including Rossi, Biaggi, Capirossi, Simoncelli and Lorenzo. Already a mainstay in the Moto2 class the team now embarks on an ambitious MotoGP project by constructing their very own frame to challenge at the highest level.

Team Management

  • Giampiero SacchiGeneral Manager

Danilo Petrucci Crew

  • Giovanni SandiChief Mechanic
  • Paolo BiasioTrack Engineer
  • Donatello GiovanottiTelemetry Engineer
  • Ivano MancutiMechanic
  • Stefano RiminucciMechanic
  • Tiziano VernianiMechanic
  • David GalachoMechanic
  • Giovanni RomagnoliMechanic
  • Franco BrugnaraSuspensions Technician
  • Bike Info
  • Bike Ioda
  • Engine V4 1000cc
  • Power 215hp
  • Top Speed 320 km/h
  • Chassis Ioda
  • Dry weight 160kg
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  • Suspension
  • Front Öhlins
  • Rear Öhlins
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  • Brakes
  • Front Two 320mm carbon discs (Brembo)
  • Rear 218mm steel disc (Brembo)
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