Spanish company Inmotec has presented a new MotoGP bike at Valencia this weekend, with the hope of entering it in the 2010 championship. The aim of the Pamplona-based company is to take part in next July's Grand Prix of Catalunya with their current test rider Ivan Silva racing the Inmotec-designed and built MotoGP bike.
"Now that the bike has been presented we will undertake a series of further tests over the next seven or eight months and then we will race next July at Catalunya," managing director Oscar Gorria told the official MotoGP Web site. "The plan we have is to keep practicing with Ivan Silva, who rides for us in Spain and to attend MotoGP tests, sharing the track with the main factories. Then when we start racing next July we will stick with Ivan Silva."
After the Barcelona race in 2010, Inmotec also hopes to enter the events at Misano, Brno, Balatonring and Valencia.