Superbike ™ technical sponsor

Superbike ™ technical sponsor

The first appointment of September 2020 was a weekend of races that will go down in history: the first victory in the Superbike world championship for Michael Ruben Rinaldi astride the Ducati V4 of Team Go Eleven and a similar result in the PreMoto3 championship with Demis Mihaila with a prototype built by ‘Academy GP.

Ducati v4-rs

In 2019 we started the technical collaboration with the participant of the Superbike World Championship (SBK), Go Eleven Team.

This opportunity has allowed us to further develop our skills and compete at the highest possible level with regards to production-derived bikes.

The effort was considerable and to overcome the complexities of some components, we resorted to CAD design and 3D printing of the moulds.

A typical example is represented by the aerodynamic appendages (winglets) which required the creation of a mold divided into several parts and a particular manufacturing technique to obtain a light and at the same time robust component.

The synergy with the Go Eleven Team was perfect and the results obtained were gratifying: first victory in the Teruel Grand Prix and victory in the Independent Trophy at the end of the season.

Because of that, the technical collaboration in 2021 was further intensified going from the creation of 7 components to 16.

The notions acquired in Superbike are fully poured into all our marketed components.

Technical featuring is confirmed for 2023 championship.

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Italia Compositi designs and manufactures components in composite material for the motorcycle sector. We make our products in Italy. Highly professional quality standards