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Sky Racing Team by VR46

Sky Racing Team by VR46


Motorcycle- MotoGP Italy

Name: Sky Racing Team by VR46

Discipline: Motorcycle- MotoGP

Country: Italy

Bike: Kalex Moto2 & KTM RC250GP Moto 3


With racing royalty Valentino Rossi as the name above the door, it's no surprise that Sky Racing Team VR46 are rapidly becoming one of the most successful teams across Moto2 and Moto3.

Committed to nurturing young talent, they have been quite literally doing their own Italian Job by taking home over 20 wins and a Championship victory in 2018.

They share our drive for performance on and off the track and push boundaries to create a real competitive edge in their field.



Channelling their mentor's flair, grit and tenacity on the track, VR46 are a group of rookies pushing the boundaries and growing their own legacy. Take Luca Marini; current favourite to take the Moto2 crown in 2020, at 23 years old he's racked up a total of 14 podiums, eight poles, six wins and five fastest lap records in his short career. Completing the Moto2 team is Marco Bezzecchi, the curly-haired 22-year-old shows racing promise and determination. In his second season in the Moto2 paddock, he's already cracked four podiums and a win in Styria.



Onto Moto3, and they only get younger from here – Celestino Vietti and Andrea Migno have a combined age of 42, only a year older than Rossi himself! Cele (born seven years after Muc-Off was founded) is showing maturity beyond his years. He has earned seven podiums, one pole and his first overall victory in the 2020 Styria GP, matching Marco's victory in Moto2.

Bringing a little more experience to the track, Andrea Migno has been racing in Moto3 since 2014, and with six podiums, two poles and two fastest lap records, he's the perfect final piece of the team’s puzzle. With a team full of this enthusiasm, tenacity and passion, the opportunity to partner with Sky VR46 was a no brainer! We're buzzing to have a front row seat to watch the students become the master as future generation of MotoGP step into the very large boots of The Doctor himself.