For the fourth year in a row, Sky Racing Team VR46 chooses Dainese and AGV as official partners for the 2017 racing season, starting March 26th with the Qatar GP. True to the mission of advocating and delivering safety in dynamic sports, Dainese and AGV will support the young Italian riders Francesco Bagnaia, Stefano Manzi, Andrea Migno and Nicolò Bulega in Moto2 and Moto3 Championships, offering, as with Valentino Rossi for more than 20 years now, the head-to-toe safety system.
The Sky Racing Team VR46 riders will go back on the track protected by D-air, the airbag system that represents the Dainese state-of-the-art technology, the first one to be worn during the World Championship already starting from 2007. Bagnaia, Manzi, Migno e Bulega’s technical equipment will also include the AGV Pista GP R helmet.
“It is with great enthusiasm that Dainese and AGV will support the Sky Racing Team VR46 also for the 2017 season,” stated Fabio Muner, Racing & Strategic Partnerships Director of Dainese Group. “It’s important to ensure these riders, true assets of Italian motorcycle racing, with the best protective technologies. This year we double the categories and the bikes. We doubled our efforts, but it is also with doubled-satisfaction that we support these young promising Italian riders, providing them with technical gear that enables to nurture their talent during the long and demanding season of the World Championship. This is just a further confirmation that the job done together by Sky, Valentino Rossi, Dainese and AGV is quickly bringing our riders to stand out in the international arena.”