Motozoo Me Air Racing in the 2024 Supersport World Championship with MV Agusta
Motozoo Me Air Racing has announced that from 2024 it will be competing in the Supersport World Championship with two MV Agusta F3800 RRs. A change of brand, therefore, for the strong team led by Fabio Uccelli, just back from an exceptional season in which he won the World Supersport Challenge with a total of eleven victories; ten for Tom Booth-Amos, who won the Champion Trophy, and one for Luke Power, an Australian rider debuting this year in the World Championship.
The Meratese team will move to the F3 800 RR, protagonists this year in the Supersport World Championship, and will enjoy the direct support of Team MV Agusta Reparto Corse. A highly qualified team with many years of experience in the world of derivatives of the series, they have had numerous successes in the Supersport class, bringing Schiranna’s brand to within a hair’s breadth of the illustrious title several times.
Team Manager of Motozoo Me Air Racing:
“I am really happy to have chosen MV Agusta as a partner for the next few years.The collaboration with the Team Mv Agusta Reparto Corse will allow our team to take the step of growth and evolution that we want and that it is right for us now, three years after our debut in the world championship. We’ve just had a wonderful season where we were protagonists and in which, in addition to winning the World Supersport Challenge, we often entered the overall Top-10. This collaboration will allow us to have two recently produced, highly competitive bikes, which will surely give our two riders the chance to shine. Having a brand like MV Agusta is a great pride, above all because it is an historic brand of Motorsport, with 37 world titles to its name, and which also aims to be a protagonist in the near future. They have made a highly competitive bike and I am sure it will give us a lot of satisfaction next season. When the opportunity arose for an agreement with them, I didn’t think twice. Now we will have to wait for the two bikes to arrive so that we can take to the track for the first tests. We’ll have a lot to learn, so I can’t wait to get to know the bike. Soon we will also communicate the names of the two riders who will compete with us next season, we are defining the last details. I can say that we will have a very competitive training, with a mix of experience, talent and speed. I can’t wait to start the engines and get on the track.”
Team Manager of MV Agusta Reparto Corse:
“I am very happy to finally be able to start a direct collaboration with a high-level team such as Motozoo Me Air Racing, and to be able to field another two competitive F3s in the starting grid. All this will allow us to acquire more data in order to further develop our bikes and take that extra step that we are still missing.”