The German team itself confirms its plans and new rider line-up, fielding Tatay and Artigas
It’s all change for Team PrustelGP. The German team will field riders Xavi Artigas and Carlos Tatay in 2022, two young and hungry Spaniards who make for a strong line-up that augers well ahead of thenew season. Both 18, Artigas and Tatay prepare for a challenge that they deem "interesting and exciting".
But that’s not all, as PrustelGP will also be able to count on two bikes from CF Moto, as the brand makes its debut in the world championship. Un CF Moto, a Chinese firm that is part of a joint venture with KTM, will field two re-branded RC4 bikes, just as the Mattighofen manufacturer has already done with GAS GAS and Husqvarna.
“Entering the motorcycling world championship means a new adventure for us and one we are very excited about”, comments Su Zhen, CF Moto Racing Development Manager. “We are grateful to have some strong partners, like the Prüstel GP team. We cannot wait to start, and we will also look to challenge more international racing events in the future. We hope fans, especially the ones in China, will follow us on our journey.”
“Thanks a lot to CFMOTO. We are proud that Prüstel GP can collaborate on a project like this”, adds team manager Florian Prüstel. “In tricky times worldwide – and also for motorsports – we are grateful to have a partner like CFMOTO on our side. With this big global manufacturer behind us we will have a great opportunity.”
Translated by Heather Watson