Tom Lüthi will start for Dynavolt Intact GP as of 2019

Tom Lüthi is happy to announce that he will be part of the Dynavolt Intact GP Moto2-Team as of 2019.

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In 2019 a new chapter will be opened in the Moto2 World Championship. Starting next year, Triumph engines and Magneti Marelli electronics will be used in the intermediate class. With Tom Lüthi, the Dynavolt Intact GP-Team could win a great talent for this exciting new project. The Memmingen-based racing team is convinced that the 31-year-old Swiss has the best prerequisites for a successful future. He already has a lot of experience in MotoGP with Marelli electronics and his past successes speak for themselves.

Tom Lüthi has celebrated 16 victories in the more than 15 years, in which he is competing in the World Championship, 11 of them in Moto2 and in 2016 and 2017 the former 125cc World Champion (2005) was runner-up in the fiercely contested category.



MotoGP is still a dream come true for me - but circumstances have not made it easy for me in recent months. Now I am very happy that such a great door has opened for the next years. Dynavolt Intact GP is a strong, safe and well-organised team in which top performances are possible. I am looking forward to this next chapter and with the support of my partners, fans and family I am looking forward to give it all again next year in Moto2. My dream continues - and now I am once again fully focused on the second half of my MotoGP season.




I think it's great that Tom is coming to us. His MotoGP experience will definitely help him next year when a new chapter in Moto2 will open with Triumph engines and Marelli electronics. In addition, his many victories in the past show that he is a very good Moto2 rider. This is an optimal combination. He brings everything you need for this new class. We look forward to a common future and of course we will strive to provide him with the best possible package.

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