Interwetten Racing (MotoGP)

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Interwetten Paddock
2014 name
Interwetten Paddock Moto2 Racing
Interwetten Paddock Moto3
Base   Switzerland
Principal Daniel Epp
Rider(s) 12 - Thomas Lüthi (Moto2)
65 - Philipp Öttl (Moto3)
Motorcycle Suter MMX (Moto2)
Kalex KTM (Moto3)
Tyres Dunlop
Riders' Championships -

Interwetten Paddock is a Grand Prix motorcycle racing team from Switzerland, currently competing in the Moto2 and Moto3 classes.

History[edit]

Emmi-Caffé Latte Racing Team (formerly Elit-Caffé Latte Racing Team) began racing in the 2007 season with rider Sandro Cortese on an Aprilia RS 125 R in the 125 class and Thomas Lüthi on an Aprilia RSV 250 in the 250 division.

For the 2010 season, the team was renamed Interwetten Racing. Lüthi finished the season in fourth place in the inaugural Moto2 campaign, riding a Honda-powered Moriwaki chassis. The Interwetten team also fielded a bike in the MotoGP class for the first time with former 250cc world champion Hiroshi Aoyama finishing in 15th place aboard a Honda RC212V. Interwetten rider Marcel Schrötter finished 18th in the 125cc class on a Honda RS125R.

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