Triumph has signed a contract to deliver 765cc engines for the next three seasons of Moto2.

It's a pleasure for Triumph, the latest British motorcycle manufacturer. It has reached a new contract with Dorna to supply the 765cc inline three-cylinder engine to the Moto2 team for the next three years. The contract will be effective immediately in the 2022-2024 season.   From Dorna's original intention to expand the base of Moto2, many races People tend to overlook To have the ability to compete as close to the MotoGP level as possible. It was decided to replace the 600cc inline four-cylinder engine from Honda with a 765cc inline three-cylinder engine from the British manufacturer.   Only after the first season of engine changes We've set a new record in many Moto2 races, whether it's speed per lap. faster

It's a pleasure for Triumph, the latest British motorcycle manufacturer. It has reached a new contract with Dorna to supply the 765cc inline three-cylinder engine to the Moto2 team for the next three years. The contract will be effective immediately in the 2022-2024 season.

From Dorna's original intention to expand the base of Moto2, many races People tend to overlook To have the ability to compete as close to the MotoGP level as possible. It was decided to replace the 600cc inline four-cylinder engine from Honda with a 765cc inline three-cylinder engine from the British manufacturer.


Only after the first season of engine changes We've set a new record in many Moto2 races, whether it's speed per lap. faster More exciting competition and a top speed record of 300.6 kilometers in driving of Nicolò Bulega from SKY Racing Team VR46 on the Phillip Island circuit, Australia. It also clearly affects the racer. That moves the class up to MotoGP with better performance and able to grab the podium. or the first win since the first season that moved up


Alex Marquez 2019 Moto2 World Champion


ALex Marquez's 2020 performance with Repsol Honda might not be perfect. But he was able to place himself on the podium in second place at Aragon, Spain, with two victories from KTM's South African rider Brad Binder and Parmac Racing's Jorge Martin. Consistently winning Pole Positions and Podiums from the competition these prove that Moto2 riders who have been through the 765cc engine all have a more developed race direction.


It's a pleasure for Triumph, the latest British motorcycle manufacturer. It has reached a new contract with Dorna to supply the 765cc inline three-cylinder engine to the Moto2 team for the next three years. The contract will be effective immediately in the 2022-2024 season.   From Dorna's original intention to expand the base of Moto2, many races People tend to overlook To have the ability to compete as close to the MotoGP level as possible. It was decided to replace the 600cc inline four-cylinder engine from Honda with a 765cc inline three-cylinder engine from the British manufacturer.   Only after the first season of engine changes We've set a new record in many Moto2 races, whether it's speed per lap. faster

Jogre Martin 


Steve Sargent, Chief Product Officer of Triumph Motorcycles, said in an interview following the contract with Dorna: “ Moto2 is a great platform to showcase and prove our reliability and performance advantages of Triple-cylinder engines. We have seen a time when racers can not only enhance our profile and credibility on the world stage but for us Moto2's success is also an amazing catalyst. This has sparked a passion for racing under the Triumph brand. We are delighted to be involved in the main event for Triumph and excited to see the next three seasons continue. We are committed to improving engine performance. more We are confident that it will be appreciated by both the driver and the team. ”


Somkiat Chantra, Thai racer on the Moto2 stage


To deliver the engines, Triumph will be supplying the race teams with engines used on the camp's top-of-the-line Street Triple RS. But each team will have to improve the exhaust system and various electronics. Within the framework of FIM and IRTA regulations, the average race engine has an average peak power of 138 hp, 17% more than the standard factory engine, which is clearly an advantage for Triumph in terms of future engine development data.


It's a pleasure for Triumph, the latest British motorcycle manufacturer. It has reached a new contract with Dorna to supply the 765cc inline three-cylinder engine to the Moto2 team for the next three years. The contract will be effective immediately in the 2022-2024 season.   From Dorna's original intention to expand the base of Moto2, many races People tend to overlook To have the ability to compete as close to the MotoGP level as possible. It was decided to replace the 600cc inline four-cylinder engine from Honda with a 765cc inline three-cylinder engine from the British manufacturer.   Only after the first season of engine changes We've set a new record in many Moto2 races, whether it's speed per lap. faster


Carlos Ezpeleta, Managing Director of Dorna Sports, said: “ Our first year working together has been a great achievement. And I want to thank Triumph for their help and hard work over the first three years. Especially during the pandemic, FIM, IRTA and Dorna were pleased with the results the project showed. and have verified the consistency of the procedures between Moto3™, Moto2™ and MotoGP™. Overall, we are satisfied with the partnership and we look forward to another exciting three years. ”


 Cameron Beaubier


It looks like a three-season extension of the contract will give Triumph plenty of time to store engine development data. But as we all know We're still looking forward to the return of the Triumph Daytona, a full-fledged sports car from the company in the form of a production bike, not just a special race track. And we still have to wait for each other….


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