After missing Round 3 of the series due to a previous commitment at Miller Motorsports Park, the team is excited to be back in Spain for Round 4 of the Moto2 Championship. Following a successful testing event at the Catalunya circuit two weeks ago, rider Tommy Aquino has his goals set squarely on a solid result for round 4. FOGI Racing is pleased to introduce a new grass roots program which has enabled the team to take part in this event at the historic circuit just outside Barcelona. The “Friends of FOGI Racing” Program has enabled local businesses to make contributions to the team and in return this allows those businesses to take advantage of advertising and marketing opportunities with the team and the equipment as well as an exciting opportunity for conventional advertising with FOGI Racing partner Inside Motorcycles Magazine.
“This season has been a building year for us, and we have had great results in the process," said Andrew Murray of FOGI Racing. "We now have everything in place to support a two rider team and look forward to building on our great results from Navarra. We have a great team with significant world championship experience and look forward to a great round at Catalunya.”
FOGI Racing has partnered with motorcycle chassis developer FTR for the past three years. FTR continues to build world championship products used in the Spanish CEV as well as throughout the Moto GP paddock. FTR is having great success in the world championship with Moto3, and CRT, FOGI Racing looks forward to adding to those great results for the FTR chassis this weekend.
Tommy Aquino and FOGI Racing would like to thank the “Friends of FOGI Racing” contributors, Kartbahn Indoor Carts, Mod-U-Form Foundations, Fine Line Silkscreening, Atlantic Roadracing League and Remote Access Technologies.