Sprint Filter comes on board as Idemitsu Asia Talent Cup supplier

2022-01-13 09:20
The same technology used in MotoGP™ makes its way to the ATC grid from 2022

Sprint Filter, the leading supplier for performance air filters in MotoGP™, is joining forces with the Idemitsu Asia Talent Cup from 2022. A new three-year agreement will see the pioneering company manufacture bespoke air filters for the field of Honda NSF250R machinery in the ATC, ensuring maximum performance for one of the biggest paths on the Road to MotoGP™.

Sprint Filter is the oldest company in the world that manufactures special air filters, and an internationally-renowned organisation with 70 years of experience in air filter and aspiration system production. The same technology used in MotoGP™ will be used for all the bikes in the ATC, with the application of two different filtering media.

Fabrizio Marcucci, Head of Marketing at Sprint Filter: "We’re extremely proud of our long-term partnership with Dorna, the most important motorcycle racing organizer globally which is involved in a project of such importance for the growth of new talents in the Asian world, a market where Sprint Filter is one of the major players. To be their supplier is a great testimony to the quality of our products. We developed a special full carbon frame air filter with our P037 filtering media which we use for demanding conditions. The air filter will be available with the two different filtering media for all the NSF250R Moto3 machines."

Marc Saurina, Senior Director of Global Commercial Partnerships at Dorna Sports: "We’re delighted to welcome Sprint Filter as a supplier to the ATC, bringing their incredible expertise and products onto the Road to MotoGP. Performance and progress are important for all of our riders as they move forward and learn, and that extends to the machinery and equipment. So we couldn’t be happier to welcome such an experienced and renowned partner such as Sprint Filter to the Idemitsu Asia Talent Cup."

Source: Dorna Sports

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