This is the eye-catching new 2020 livery, which the Snipers team hopes will be seen fighting for this year's Moto3 title with Tony Arbolino.

After taking his first grand prix podiums (seven) and victories (two) on the way to ninth in last year's standings, Snipers have high expectations for Arbolino's third season at the team.

Arbolino was joined by new team-mate Filip Salac, team manager Stefano Bedon, and team boss Mirko Cecchini for the presentation of the team's new colours, at the Motor Expo in Verona.

"Wow! Nobody in the team showed me anything until today but the new livery left me without words," said Arbolino.

"This year there are a lot of expectations on me and I don't want to let anyone down; I am training a lot and I've just come back from Valencia where, with Filip, we trained with the bike.

"Even in the gym, thanks to my trainer Ivan Lopez, I am continuing an intensive program to start the season at the best".

The second Honda machine will be raced by Salac, who takes over from Romano Fenati and joins the Snipersteam after scoring 32 points during his rookie Moto3 season on a PrustelGP KTM.

"I saw the bike for the first time today and it's amazing!" said the 18-year-old Czech "With this bike, a team like this and a teammate so strong, I think we could really do an important step forward."

As well as the grand prix project, Snipers will also run no less than nine riders in its junior teams, competing in the CEV, CIV junior, ETC and Pre-Moto3 championships.

The full 2020 Snipers line-up is as follows:

Tony Arbolino #14 Moto3 FIM World Championship

Filip Salac #12 Moto3 FIM World Championship

Fermin Aldeguer (SPA) Moto3 Junior World Championship

Filippo Palazzi (ITA) Moto3 Junior World Championship

Rossi Moor (USA) European Talent Cup

Gorbe Soma (HUN) European Talent Cup

Farkas Kevin (HUN) CIV JUNIOR OHVALE 190


Suranyi Balazs (HUN) CIV JUNIOR OHVALE 190

Matteo Masili (ITA) CIV JUNIOR OHVALE 160

Edoardo Boggio (AC Racing Team) Pre Moto3



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