The idea to the build a racing machine for the MotoGP class Moto2 and the creation  of a team had Martin Wimmer and Ralf Waldmann equally.

Since 2009, five experts to develop under the direction of Ralf Waldmann and Martin Wimmer a racing machine. In the development were incorporated the experience of  the team bosses and the experts and the details of the driver.

SC-Project is technical supplier with a 4-1 full exhaust system for the 2010 Moto2 World Championship.

MZ Racing Team

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Team Manager: 
Martin Wimmer

Technical Director: Peter Rubatto

Rider: Anthony West

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Like many of his famous Australian predecessors, Anthony West cut his teeth racing dirt-track from a young age. By the time he was 15 he had two national titles under his belt and was ready to take his first steps into road racing - making his debut in Japan's 80cc Bronze Cup series at Suzuka in 1997
In 1998 he won the Australian 250 production title, finished 3rd in the Australian 125cc Championship, and qualified for the Australian Grand Prix, a huge effort which saw him crowned Australian-based Rider of the Year. The following season he was recruited by the Shell Advance Honda team to ride an NSR250, and in his first full season in World Championship competition he broke into the top-10 eight times and racked up a total of 66 points - finishing 12th overall. West continued with the Shell Advance Honda team in 2000 and continued his rapid development with a 6th placed overall finish
A move up to the 500cc class followed, before a year away from Grand Prix racing in 2002. Upon his return to the 250 class in 2003 on an Aprilia, West secured his first World Championship win as a total of four podiums placed him seventh in the final standings
In 2004 West continued on an Aprilia with the Freesoul Abruzzo Racing Team, and the next season he led the KTM project but only rode seven races – a podium at Donington one of them. One more full season was to follow in the quarter-litre class as in 2006 he finished 11th with private Aprilia team Kiefer-Bos-Racing
Starting the 2007 season in the 250cc category with Matteoni Racing, West joined the premier class midway through the campaign when he stepped up to replace Olivier Jacque in the ranks of Kawasaki Racing. The Australian adapted to the Ninja ZX-RR seamlessly as he improved his results race upon race in the first four outings, with a best finish of seventh at both Laguna Seca and in Japan, finishing 15th overall having raced 11 times. West continued with the team in 2008 but was unable to match his previous season’s achievement, with a best-placed finish of fifth at Brno, and 2009 was spent away from the World Championship
Initially named as a reserve entry for the inaugural 2010 Moto2 season, West was confirmed as a permanent entrant before the final pre-season Test at Jerez. He rides with MZ Racing in the new intermediate class this year, having impressed in the Tests in the lead-up to the start of the campaign (

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