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WorldSBK PHOTOS: Team Go Eleven unveil 2021 livery and Chaz Davies - Everything Moto Racing

WorldSBK PHOTOS: Team Go Eleven unveil 2021 livery and Chaz Davies

The Go Eleven WorldSBK team have unveiled their new style livery and rider.

Off the back of their most successful season ever in the World Superbike championship taking 1 win and 3 podiums with Michael Ruben Rinaldi, the Go Eleven team have decided to switch things up for 2021 with a brand new livery. Rinaldi’s departure to the Aruba.IT factory team has allowed the team to sign Chaz Davies who is one of the most successful riders for Ducati in the classes history, boasting nearly 30 wins for the Italian manufacturer, battling Jonathan Rea for the title many times in his career.

Unfortunately for Davies, his age compared to Rinaldi’s meant that Ducati needed to make a change to promote young talent into their factory team, releasing Davies and signing Rinaldi from the Go Eleven team, it was not all doom and gloom however as it enabled the Go Eleven team to swoop in to sign up the free agent that was Davies in a move that will ensure that the team remain competitive in the class.

They have unveiled a new livery with Aruba.IT sponsorship which hints that the team remains to get factory support to enable Davies to remain at the front of the grid, the team have also unveiled a new blue colour, similar to the Leopard bikes you see in the Moto3 World Championship, this will easily make the motorcycle more identifiable on track and will look fantastic in Qatar at the end of the season.

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