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Ezpeleta visits Inmotec factory

The Spanish team continues the development of the GP1 10 ahead of its competition debut in July
Inmotec's hopes of reaching the MotoGP grid in 2010 continue to improve after inviting Dorna Sports boss Carmelo Ezpeleta to its factory to view its ongoing progress.

Although absent from the FIM 2010 MotoGP entry list, Inmotec is, along with FB Corse, one of two new entrants looking to make an appearance in 2010 with the current debut pencilled in for July 4th at the Catalunya Grand Prix.

Set to become the first Spanish bike to compete in MotoGP, Ezpeleta visited the team's headquarters in Pamplona to witness the building and development of the team's first chassis, the GPI 10.

Inmotec, led by Óscar Gorría, has maintained its development programme throughout the winter, with Ivan Silva assuming rider duties.

This month, the team worked on new aerodynamic solutions in a wind tunnel, and combined with the tests completed at circuits Inmotec is now assembling its second MotoGP bike with different evolutions.

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IanGee - Unregistered

February 23, 2010 6:33 PM

As long as there are more bikes on the grid, surely it's a good thing. Lets not write a fledging company off until they've raced,it takes millions to get these bikes on the grid and I say good luck to them.

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