Rodio Racing/Anthony Mazziotto Partner With Robem Engineering
Heading into the final two rounds of the MotoAmerica season, with Rodio Racing and Anthony Mazziotto with sights on the Twins Cup Championship, Rodio Racing announces partnership with Robem Engineering to complete the 2022 season.
“Like anyone in a race paddock, we arrive to win. With the championship on the line and the need for a confident last two rounds, we have decided to partner with Robem Engineering to develop our Aprilia RS 660 starting with NJMP,” Team Owner Kevin Rodio said while announcing Robem’s support for Anthony Mazziotto for the remaining rounds of the MotoAmerica Twins Cup Championship.
The news comes after a disappointing result in both races during the Pittsburgh round. The team struggled to find the solutions needed to extend the points lead they held going into Pittsburgh, and complications with development led to missed sessions and poor qualifying results. Rodio Racing and Mazziotto went into Pittsburgh with a one point lead in the championship, but now trail by a single point, finishing 6th and 10th, well off the pace of the lead group.
“We had high hopes for the partnership with HSBK and Warhorse,” Rodio said. “But in the end, we’re responsible for giving Mazz[iotto] everything he needs to win the championship, and we can’t have throwaway rounds like that.”
“I appreciate HSBK and Warhorse putting me on the grid this year, and thank them for the efforts up until this point. I’m in it to win it though, and looking forward to the bike and support Robem is going to put under me for the rest of the season,” Mazziotto added.
Robem Engineering adds to a growing list of sponsors Rodio Racing would like to thank: Luxestar VIP, Geoscape Solar, K-Tech Suspension, Aprilia, Evolve GT, N2 Track Days, Liqui Moly, Spears Racing, Trackside Parts Club, Red Mist Racing, MAR Contractors, Kathedra Event Center, The Martinn & MVR Endeavor