Featured In The March 2023 Issue:
On paper, Moto2 looks like it should be the most competitive class in the Grand Prix racing universe. Identical engines, extremely limited choice of chassis, restricted suspension components, standardized rudimentary electronics. According to the FIM rulebook, teams even have to use the stock oil filter. Rules don’t get tighter than that.
And yet, for the past two seasons, it seems as though one team has cracked the code. Red Bull KTM Ajo Racing is at the front of the field more often than not. Winners of the Moto2 World Championship two years running, the Red Bull-liveried machines are competitive on any given day, and on some days, it seems as though they are the only bikes with a chance to win…
—Moto2 World Championship-Winning Crew Chief Massimo Branchini, by Michael Gougis
There’s no place to hide in Moto2—spec engines, spec chassis, spec suspension. Everything has to be perfect for that moment in time when the lights go out. Moto2 World Championship-winning Crew Chief Massimo Branchini has made a career of making things as perfect as possible. Learn his method of getting his riders across the line first—it’s in the latest issue of Roadracing World!
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