Published on 18 Dec 2010 by Toni M.
Last Thursday, Termignoni inaugurated their new new factory building and to make the day more special, held Termignoni Day. The event included a stunt show with Craig Jones and his Kawasaki’s, the DABOOT Motorcross Freestyle Team, Italian trial champion Fabio Lenzi and a hopped up motorcycle exhibition that included MotoGP bikes like the Ducati Desmosedici, Marco Simoncelli’s Honda RC212V, a range of Ducati Superbikes, Toni Elias’s Moriwaki and series of special edition Yamaha M1’s, including Jorge Lorenzo’s 2010 winning bike.
Also present was the Althea Racing Team who took the opportunity to unveil their new 2011 livery of the 1198F bike. The bike’s livery has a lot more red and less white and blue from this year’s version, which supposedly shows that Ducati, despite pulling out their factory team, is still supporting WSBK championship through the privateer teams.
Althea Racing will be fielding Carlos Checa as their sole rider next season.
Source | wsbk.com