RACING MOTO FACTORY
It ‘s impossible to separate Luca Boscoscuro from the bikes, figure related to the Motorcycle Racing World for over twenty years, yesterday as rider, today as CONSTRUCTOR. He debuted in 1990 and in 1995 became European Champion in 250 Class on an Aprilia.
From 1996 to 2001 he took part in the World Championships and in 1996 won the IRTA CUP (World Championship for Private Team) 250 Class. After a career as a professional rider, remains within the Motorcycle Racing and, in 2002 he became Gilera and Derbi Sport Director and from 2006 to 2009 Gilera Team Manager, where in 2008 he won the title of 250cc with Marco Simoncelli.
Since 2010, the new challenge with Speed Up: the Team is founded. 2010 also marks a radical rule change with the transition from 2-stroke 250cc to 4-stroke 600cc. He debuts in the World Championship of the newborn Moto2™ class with the bike Speed Up S10 with which he wins 3 races, gets 6 pole, goes 9 times on the podium and his team is the only one that places both riders on the podium at the same race.
In 2011 after an agreement with another supplier of frames the results are only 2 podiums throughout the season.
The symbiosis with Eros Braconi is the driving force for the birth of the Speed Up Factory in 2012.
The S12 is born thanks to a group of people who combine technical skills with a great passion for this world. The S12 is to say made in Italy 100% from design to construction, the bridge between the motorcycling tradition and technological innovation throughout the chassis of the bike.
In 2013 continues the evolution of the prototype and 3 are the teams NGM Mobile Forward Racing, QMMF Racing Team and Arginano y Gines Racing Team, that choose the product of the Italian Factory, 8 riders will participate with a SF13 to the World Championship Moto2 category.
In 2014 the Team QMMF renewed confidence in the project of the Italian Factory and takes part in the World Championship with the Australian rider Anthony West and the Spanish Roman Ramos, in his first year as official rider of a Moto2 team.
In 2015 The QMMF relies again to Speed Up and its latest prototype, the SF15. The riders for the season are Anthony West and Spaniard Julian Simon.
In 2016 Team Speed Up will take part in the World Championship with Simone Corsi.
In 2015 and 2016 the QMMF relies again on the Speed Up Factory and its latest prototypes, SF15 and SF16. The riders for the 2015 season were Anthony West and the Spaniard Julian Simon, while for the following year were Xavier Simeon and Simon himself.
In 2016 and 2017 the Speed Up Racing Team faced the two seasons in the Moto2 World Championship with the Roman rider Simone Corsi, ranking respectively at the ninth and tenth place of the final classification. In 2017 the Italian rider saw alongside him the young Spaniard Augusto Fernandez who participated in the championship from the Grand Prix of Mugello. Fernandez ended the season by fully reaching the set goal, getting the points in the last race played on the Ricardo Tormo circuit in Valencia.
Right from the beginning the 2018 has started with big changes: the study of the new prototype, Speed Up SF18H, which presents new aerodynamics and chassis in addition to the suspension gearbox; and the arrival of two new riders, the 2015 Moto3 World Champion Danny Kent and the young French promise Fabio Quartararo. The young French talent wins his first Grand Prix in Catalunya and closes the season tenth.
The Triumph era begins in 2019 and so the Speed Up SF19T bike powered by Triumph. This season the team is entrusted by the Roman Fabio Di Giannantonio, vice world champion in the 2018 class Moto3 and the Spaniard Jorge Navarro Sanchez, Rookie of the 2015 Moto3 class and third classified in the 2016 Moto3 World Championship.
TECHNICAL DATA MOTO 2
- Engine: Four-cylinder, 4 stroke, 16-valve liquid-cooled HONDA
- Engine Displacement: 599 cc
- Bore and Stroke: 67×42,5 mm
- Maximum power: nd
- Supply: Electronic fuel injection
- Telemetry: 2D
- Tank: 22 liters
- Transmission: 6 speed
- Exhaust System: Akrapovic
- Chassis: Twin-spare aluminium
- Aerodynamic add-ons: World Composit
- Fork: Carbon
- Front Fork: WP
- Rear Shock: WP
- Wheels: OZ, front 17×3,75 rear 17×6
- Chain: Regina
- Tyres: Dunlop
- Brakes: TK
- Weight: bike and rider 215 kg.