Maranello To Offer Own KF Engines

POSTED ON: July 27, 2009

The manufacturer from Desenzano, famous around the world for its chassis, as of the next season will race with its own KF engines.

In the past few days, rumours have been circulating in the paddock according which Maranello, the well-known manufacturer based near Desenzano (BS) in Italy, communicated that as of the next season, in occasion of the new engine homologations, will present its brand new engine.

Thus, it has to be assumed that Maranello, directed by Armando Filini with his business partners Giancarlo Giusti and Roberto Frasari, will race with the new Maranello engine: chassis manufacturer, and now also of engines. For this project, the management chose to use Maxter carter fusions. Maranello will make the other parts of the engine ex novo. Also, the logistics will be improved. The racing team (chassis) will be moved to a wing of the old Crg facility, which will shortly move in the new gigantic structure few hundred meters away. The engine production will be moved to the new Maranello facility near Maxter. KVS from the Czech Republic will have the responsibility of development and racing departments on track.

Maranello will also take advantage of this project in order to introduce its 125cc shifter engine (KZ) with the starter for hobby racing. According to rumours, the engine that is already being tested on test-bench (to test some components) will be tested on track already after the summer.


Maranello Engine

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