The Italian team launches their livery very soon, giving us chance to look back at how they’ve changed through the years…
First stepping into the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship paddock back in 2008 and having a team of their own since 2010, Team GoEleven have been a part of the WorldSBK family for a long time. Enhancing their support in 2015 by stepping up into the World Superbike class, they no prepare for their seventh and arguably most anticipated season yet. Clinching a first victory in the class last year during the Teruel Round at MotorLand Aragon with Michael Ruben Rinaldi, the team wrapped up the Independent Teams’ Championship at the final round at Estoril.
However, their path to front-runners has been different; stepping up from WorldSSP in 2015 with Kawasaki machinery and with Roman Ramos aboard, the team were consistent point-scorers. That remained in 2016 and 2017, with Ramos having multiple top ten rides, whilst 2018 saw them struggle in comparison. 2019 saw their biggest switch yet, going from in-line four-cylinder machinery at Kawasaki to V4 machinery and the all-new Ducati Panigale, in the hands of Eugene Laverty, who took them to top six finishes and their best results. 2020 was their breakthrough year however, and Michael Ruben Rinaldi came into the team and delivered the goods with victory and podiums.
Now, with their new livery about to be unveiled, we look back at the brand’s colour schemes from the past few years, right back to their first voyage into WorldSBK in 2015, to their race winning success of 2020. With Chaz Davies coming into the squad in 2021, the future looks bright for Gianni Ramello’s team, managed by Denis Sacchetti.
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