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Inmotec reveal MotoGP plans

Inmotec reveal MotoGP plans

Spanish company Inmotec Consultora Técnica have announced details of their evolving MotoGP project.

Inmotec Consultora Técnica, a Spanish company which currently backs the Inerzia-Inmotec team in the Spanish national championship (CEV Buckler), have announced details of their ongoing MotoGP project with a view to participate in the World Championship in 2010.

The firm have been developing their own 800cc prototype, the Inmotec GPI 10, which they intend to present at the end of the current MotoGP season at the Gran Premio Generali de la Comunitat Valenciana.

The group of engineers and designers managed by Oscar Gorría and based in Pamplona, Navarra (northern Spain), count amongst them several individuals with experience of road racing competition, including former Team Roberts engineer Nicolas Reyner and experienced mechanic George Vuckmanovich, who has worked with the likes of Freddie Spencer, Randy Mamola and Max Biaggi.

Inmotec currently successfully compete in the Spanish national championship in the Extreme category with Iván Silva riding a Kawasaki ZX10.

Their MotoGP prototype has recently been tested on a private track in Navarra by test rider Silva, who commented, “In terms of the engine the bike has shown itself to be highly powerful and it is quite easy to ride, especially considering it has not yet reached its full potential. The frame is really stable and the bike is fast on changes of direction, it’s agile and rigid. I can’t wait to get back on the machine again and push it even closer to the limit at the next test, just to see how it responds.”

MotoGP, 2009

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