Sarolea unveil TT Zero machine

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Belgian manufacturer Sareola has unveiled their 2015 Isle of Man TT Zero machine, the SP7, in Brussels’ Autoworld vintage car museum.

Styled in café racer form, the machine will be piloted by Scottish racer Robert Wilson, with the team targeting a podium finish in this year’s race.

Using 3D printing and carbon fibre, the team have extendivly modified the machine from last year, making it slimmer, more aerodynamic, and, crucially, lowering the centre of gravity.

The manufacturer, who is developing a proprietary Saroléa Electric Drivetrain system, see the TT as a key part of their research and development. 

Simon Patterson

By Simon Patterson

MotoGP and road racing reporter, photographer, videographer