April 26th 2015 Moto2 European Championship begins and the brand-new Vyrus 986M2 takes the field, the motorbike with anti-dive quadrilateral system instead of traditional forks that marks out front suspension and steering technical look.
Vyrus Racing Department entrusted his creation to Stefano Caracchi who completed the first two CEV races through the able hands of the technicians team. Reaching the 20th rank position in the first race and the 16th in the second is a totally unexpected goal.
Vyrus technical manager Ascanio Rodorigo comments this result: “Our Moto2 opponents have been racing on circuit over the last 5 years and we don’t have any datum point from which take a starting point for our sport set-up. World wide suspensions companies are improving their forks since 100 years! We were hoping to fight not to be the last… what can I say? It’s an impressive result!”
The young Bradley Ray perfectly understood the team needs to improve a new vehicle and expressed to the best the 986M2 potentiality.
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