Promoracing has long been a pioneer in the field of technology, designing and producing the first Spanish Moto2 motorcycle and taking it to pole position in the World Championship.
At the team’s workshop, the company produced the first prototype in 2009, put together by craftsmen piece by piece, in association with the major British chassis designer Harris, moving away from competition and focusing budget on the project throughout its development.
MotoGP rider Aleix Espargaró undertook thousands of kilometers throughout the 2009 season with a bike that evolved from Promo-01 to the Promo-02 to eventually become the Promoharris bike that would make the leap into the World Championship with Antonio Banderas’ team. Before reaching this point, the hard work on the track combined with the efforts of engineers and technicians, all focused on creating a competitive bike.
Riding the Promoharris, Kenny Noyes secured pole position in the 2010 French Grand Prix (Le Mans) marking a milestone in the technological history of Spanish motorcycling racing in the four-stroke categories, underlining the technical and technological capacity and strategic vision of Promoracing.