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Gresini Racing

Founded by two-time 125cc class world champion Fausto Gresini, Gresini Racing has been in Grand Prix motorcycle racing since 1997, achieving prestigious results: in addition to the two titles won in 2001 with Daijiro Kato (250cc) and in 2010 with Toni Elias (Moto2), the 45 wins and 140 podiums earned, there are also the MotoGP runner up titles achieved for three consecutive seasons, in 2003 and 2004 with Sete Gibernau and in 2005 with Marco Melandri.

Gresini Racing has also been home to top calibre champions such as Alex Barros, Loris Capirossi, Colin Edwards and Marco Simoncelli.
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Team Gresini

Gresini Racing is currently an organisation which is involved in all the Grand Prix motorcycle racing classes: the 2017 season sees the team on the MotoGP grid as Aprilia Racing Team Gresini, the official Aprilia Factory team in the premier class.

Riders, Spaniard Aleix Espargarò and British Sam Lowes. Spanish rookie Jorge Navarro is the rider for the intermediate Moto2 class, while in the smaller category, the Team Del Conca Gresini Moto3 lines up Honda machinery for Italian Fabio Di Giannantonio and Spaniard Jorge Martin.

The Company

Behind the sheer spectacle and success of the Gresini Team lies a top-flight enterprise that handles every single aspect of this extraordinary business: from marketing to communications, from operational management to technical preparation.

Operational from January 2015, the new state-of-the-art Gresini Racing headquarters in Faenza incorporates both the administrative offices that the new racing department. Designed with an eye to energy saving, the building covers 1400 square metres and is powered by a last generation photovoltaic system.

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