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Moto3: PrustelGP unveils turquoise 2022 CFMOTO colours

PrustelGP has unveiled a turquoise 2022 Moto3 livery for its new CFMOTO-branded KTM machines, to be raced by Xavier Artigas and Carlos Tatay. After the tragic loss of Jason Dupasquier at Mugello last season, PrustelGP finished the year with Filip Salac and Ryusei Yamanaka on CarXpert KTMs before embarking on its new Chinese-German collaboration. The CFMOTO project is also supported by newly retired grand prix veteran and former world champion Thomas Lüthi (also Jason Dupasquier’s mentor and coach) as sports director, with Massimo Capanna in the key role of technical director. “We expect a lot, that’s sure," said PrustelGP managing director Florian Prustel. "We want to...
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