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Moto2: Technomag-CIP shows its colours

The team won the first-ever Moto2 race in 2010 with Shoya Tomizawa, before he was tragically killed in September.
Technomag-CIP's line-up for the 2011 Moto2 World Championship has been formally unveiled with the presentation of a new livery, sponsor and rider in Kenan Sofuoglu.

The team, which was thrust into the limelight following the tragic death of its rider Shoya Tomizawa last year, will embark on a new era with a striking new livery courtesy of prominent sponsor Carxpert.

The bike was unveiled during a presentation in Switzerland, with riders Dominique Aegerter – who stays on for a second season with the team – and newcomer Sofuoglu also in attendance.

Sofuoglu makes the switch to Moto2 after winning the 2010 World Supersport Championship – three years after his first WSS title -, the Turk promptly displaying his credentials by finishing inside the top five at Estoril on his Moto2 debut.

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