Dell’Orto announced as Official Data Acquisition partner of MotoE™

Italian company to play a vital role in the FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup from 2019 to 2021

As the dawn of competition for the FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup draws closer, the foundations of the newest class in the MotoGP™ paddock are taking shape. Following the second MotoE™ Teams Meeting at Mugello, it gives Dorna Sports great pleasure to announce Italian company Dell’Orto as the Official Data Acquisition partner of MotoE™. The agreement will see the Italian company become play a vital role in the Cup, supplying the data acquisition system from inception until the end of 2021 in an initial three-year deal. As the ECU supplier for the Moto3™ World Championship, Dell’Orto are the perfect partner with whom to take on the challenge of MotoE™ - sharing the same values and commitment to progress that make the FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup such an exciting project and challenge. Dell’Orto will provide a state-of the-art package, including data logger, inertial measurement unit, suspension and brake sensors along with tyre monitoring system.

Andrea Dell’Orto – DELL’ORTO S.p.A. Executive Vice President, says: “In the near future, sustainable mobility will be based on different solutions that combine electric propulsion with the combustion engine and Dell’Orto wants to take part in this challenge. As we invest in new talents in Moto3, we will invest in new technologies in MotoE. We are always ready to embrace new challenges!”

“I’m delighted that we can once again deepen our relationship with an existing partner and build for the future together,” adds Pau Serracanta, Managing Director of Dorna Sports. “To have a company such as Dell’Orto on board with MotoE is an important step, sharing as we do our commitment to progress and new challenges.” The Energica Ego Corsa MotoE™ machine will next be back on track for a demo lap at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in the hands of 1999 MotoGP™ World Champion Alex Crivillé, with anticipation continuing to mount ahead of the debut for the Cup next season.


DELLORTO – VARROC: a strategic joint venture to develop Fuel injection systems in the Indian market and worldwide.

Andrea and Davide Dell’Orto have signed a JV agreement with Tarang Jain. This is a very important milestone for Dellorto in the development of the new EFI system: Monnalisa. The goal is to enlarge company vision towards worldwide prospective being a global system integrator for 2 wheeler and 3 wheeler vehicles. Varroc is the right partner for Dellorto to empower Group commercial strength and global footprint. This JV is aligned on Dellorto strategies to growth through both internal lines and external partnerships.


Another important goal for DELLORTO with ENI i-Ride. Herebelow the press release that SKY RACING TEAM VR46 issued after the Riders & bikes presentation during X Factor program:




Milan, December 14th 2017. From the track to the X Factor stage. As usual, the riders of the Sky Racing Team VR46 have taken part in the final of the popular talent show. This night during the event, Francesco Bagnaia, Luca Marini, Nicolò Bulega and Dennis Foggia have unveiled the liveries of the 2018 season live broadcast on Sky Uno HD.

The Team, born in 2014, thanks to the collaboration between Sky and Valentino Rossi to support the young Italian talents of motorcycling, is projected to the next season between innovations and confirmations, with four riders in two categories: in Moto2 Luca Marini alongside Francesco Bagnaia on Kalex while, in Moto3, Dennis Foggia will join the Team with Nicolò Bulega on KTM.

Bagnaia, Rookie of the year in Moto2 will share the garage with Luca Marini (20), a talent grown in the VR46 Riders Academy and protagonist of a steady and significant season in 2017. Bulega, in Moto3 with the goal of being more and more competitive, will find alongside him the 16 year old Dennis Foggia, Junior World Champion in the CEV Moto3 and at the debut in the World Championship.

In both categories, the Team can count on the commitment and trust of a lot of partners, which have embraced the philosophy of the project to support the Italian champions of tomorrow. Next to Oakley, which will be the main partner also in 2018, confirmation for Monster Energy together with Dainese and AGV, alongside the team since 2014. To these we add DELLORTO, an Italian company with great tradition in the world of motorsport competitions, that will support the Sky Racing Team VR46 project as the exclusive distributor for Italy of the Eni i-Ride line of high-tech lubricants.


Dell’Orto Spa to supply Moto3™ ECUs for three more seasons

Contract extension sees Italian company remain sole ECU supplier to the lightweight class.

Dell’Orto Spa are to remain the exclusive ECU supplier to the FIM Moto3™ World Championship, with a new agreement in place to continue the partnership for three more seasons. The Italian company are a long term partner of MotoGP™ and have been the sole supplier of ECUs to Moto3™ since 2012, now set to remain so until at least the end of the 2020 season.

Moto3™ is one of the most spectacular categories of racing in the world, with groups of more than ten riders often fighting for the win down to the final corner. A feeder category for Moto2™ and then MotoGP™, the class is both a show of its own and an important investment in the future of Grand Prix motorcycle racing – a valuable stage for Dell’Orto Spa.

“Dell’Orto Spa has been always involved in worldwide racing competition, in the most significant events and Championships. We are very proud to have been appointed exclusive ECU supplier to the Moto3 class of the FIM MotoGP World Championship for the third consecutive time (2012-2014/2015-2017/2018-2020). The team and I are thankful for this renewal and we are looking forward to the next race at Sachsenring," commented Andrea Dell’Orto, Executive Vice president of Dell’Orto Spa.

Pau Serracanta, Managing Director – Commercial Area, Dorna Sports declared: “I’m delighted to renew our contract with Dell’Orto Spa and to see them strengthen their investment in Moto3 once again. Dell’Orto Spa have always been committed to the FIM MotoGP World Championship and the Moto3 category, and it is fantastic news to renew our strong partnership for another three seasons.”


KTM presented the 2-stroke fuel injection engine with Dell'Orto throttle body

The TPI engine is fitted with a newly developed throttle body made by Dell`Orto. It features a diameter of 39mm. The airflow is regulated by a butterfly connected with a twin-cable throttle cam, which is operated by a new handlebar throttle assembly. A throttle position sensor provides airflow data to the control unit, while a bypass screw allows the regulation of the idle speed. The cold start device also opens a bypass supplying more air. Via an oil intake tube oil supplied from the oil pump is mixed with the incoming air to lubricate crankshaft bearings and cylinder/piston etc

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