The 2022 World Motorcycle Championship will start on 6 March with the first race in Qatar and the Treviso-based company will be back on the bikes of Aleix Espargarò, Maverick Viñales and Lorenzo Savadori.
CAME, a leading company in the automation, active security and automatic access control sector, based in Treviso will be the “Aprilia Racing Official Sponsor” for the second consecutive year and will be back on the bikes of the Italian manufacturer - which this year is gaining the Factory Team status - for the 2022 MotoGP which will start on Sunday, March 6 from the Losail Circuit in Qatar.
“Following last year's exciting return to racing - comments Andrea Menuzzo, CEO of CAME and motorcycle enthusiast - we are ready to get back on track to support and cheer on the Aprilia Racing team. With this partnership we want to show our way of thinking, which is so much in line with that of MotoGP: we must always aim for the top, especially in a world where technology and research win only when supported by human presence. We can hardly wait - concludes Menuzzo - to celebrate exciting results together with the riders and the team, such as Aleix Espargarò's historic podium at Silverstone in 2021.”
For the 21 races of the 2022 premier class season, CAME will once again be accompanying the Spanish driver Aleix Espargarò, who finished eighth in last year's world championship, and Maverick Viñales, Moto3 world champion and winner of several MotoGP Grand Prix where he finished third overall several times. The dream team is completed by the Italian driver Lorenzo Savadori who, after having made a name for himself in the last MotoGP season, will continue to play the important role of tester this year and will be racing as a wild card in some GPs.