Featured In the January 2022 issue of Roadracing World:
Each racing season, Triumph supplies 150 Street Triple RS engines tuned for Moto2, which are rotated between 30 riders. Each engine does three Grands Prix (around 900 miles) between rebuilds by ExternPro, based next to the Aragon MotoGP circuit. No wonder that ExternPro has tons of Triumph 765 engines and parts, all the way from complete crankcases to tiny O-rings…
—Triumph Goes Grand Prix Racing, by MotoGP Editor Mat Oxley
Triumph’s 765cc Triple engine has powered the Moto2 World Championship since the start of 2019—that’s around 525,000 racing miles and almost five million gearshifts so far. Somewhat surprisingly, it’s the first official Grand Prix racing project in Triumph’s long and storied history. Get the numbers behind the story in the latest issue of Roadracing World!
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