A noteworthy advance in Triumph’s Moto2 2019 season race motor improvement program came few months ago with the second track test at the Ciudad del Motor de Aragón. Following on from the broad industrial facility test program, Julian Simon, 2009 125cc World Champion, Moto2TM sprinter up and experienced Moto2TM test rider, put the Triumph motor improvement model through its paces.
Coming mid-way through the motor improvement program, this fruitful track shake down test gave fundamental information contribution to the execution and sturdiness assessment program. Starting input from the test demonstrates that the improvement program is advancing decidedly and that Triumph was well on calendar for the handover in June 2018 of the main cluster of Moto2TM race motors.
For torque and toughness, Triumph were in front of our desires and amid the track session saw astounding outcomes, with the bicycle conveying great, steady and focused lap times.
The engine has been developed with the help of Externpro, Magnetti Marelli and Dorna.In its final state of tune, it makes 138bhp, 17bhp more than the road-spec one found on the Street Triple RS.
Source : Triumph