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|Industry||Mechanical engineering, Motorcycles|
|2019 name||Beta Tools - Speed Up Racing|
|Rider(s)||9. Jorge Navarro|
21. Fabio Di Giannantonio
|Motorcycle||Speed Up SF19|
The team was founded in 2010 by the former Grand Prix motorcyclist Luca Boscoscuro and entered the newly formed Moto2 class of the world championship. In the team's first year they achieved three wins with their S10 motorcycle, based on a FTR Moto M210 frame, ridden by Andrea Iannone and Gábor Talmácsi. In 2011 the Speed Up team elected to enter an FTR M211 chassis ridden by Pol Espargaró and Valentin Debise.
In 2012 Speed Up started building its own chassis named the S12. Boscoscuro entered into partnership with Andrea Iannone's Speed Master team supplying him with the new frames and fielding a bike for Mike Di Meglio; the best results were achieved by Iannone thanks to two victories. During the season, the QMMF Racing Team switched from Moriwaki to Speed Up frames.
In 2014 Speed Up debuted the new SF14 frame, entering its own team with Sam Lowes and again supplying the QMMF Racing Team, who won the Dutch TT with Anthony West. 2015 followed a similar pattern with Lowes and West remaining with their respective teams; West being joined in the QMMF team by Julián Simón. Lowes finished the season as the only non-Kalex rider in the top 14 of the final championship standings, in 4th place in the year-end table, having won at the Circuit of the Americas.
2016 saw Speed Up's own team line up with a new rider in Simone Corsi, with Lowes having left to join Gresini Racing in 2016 with a following MotoGP contract for 2017. The QMMF team are racing again with West and Simón.
|Year||Class||Team name||Bike||Riders||Races||Wins||Podiums||Poles||F. laps||Points||Pos.|
|2010||Moto2||Fimmco Speed Up||Speed Up S10||Gábor Talmácsi||17||0||1||1||0||109||6th|
|2011||Moto2||HP Tuenti Speed Up||FTR Moto M211||Pol Espargaró||17||0||2||0||1||75||13th|
|Speed Up||Valentin Debise||17||0||0||0||0||0||NC|
|2012||Moto2||S/Master Speed Up||Speed Up S12||Mike Di Meglio||7 (16)[a]||0||0||0||0||10 (17)[a]||22nd|
|Alessandro Andreozzi||10 (11)[a]||0||0||0||0||0||34th|
|2014||Moto2||Speed Up||Speed Up SF14||Sam Lowes||18||0||0||0||0||69||13th|
|2015||Moto2||Speed Up Racing||Speed Up SF15||Sam Lowes||18||1||5||3||1||186||4th|
|2016||Moto2||Speed Up||Speed Up SF16||Simone Corsi||18||0||2||0||0||103||10th|
|2017||Moto2||Speed Up Racing||Speed Up SF17||Simone Corsi||18||0||0||0||0||117||9th|
|Ricard Cardús||1 (5)||0||0||0||0||0 (7)||29th|
|2018||Moto2||Speed Up Racing||Speed Up SF18||Fabio Quartararo||18||1||2||1||1||138||10th|
|Edgar Pons||4 (6)||0||0||0||0||1||31st|
|2019||Moto2||Speed Up Racing||Speed Up SF19||Fabio Di Giannantonio||15*||0*||2*||1*||0*||94*||9th*|
* Season in progress.
- Non-bracketed number refers to the number accumulated with team, with number in brackets referring to the total accumulated for the season.
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