Luca Boscoscuro

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Luca Boscoscuro
Nationality Italian
Motorcycle racing career statistics
Grand Prix motorcycle racing
Active years 19952001
First race 1995 250cc Nations Grand Prix
Last race 2001 250cc Brazilian Grand Prix
Starts Wins Podiums Poles F. laps Points
91 0 0 0 0 95

Luca Boscoscuro (born December 27, 1971 in Schio) was an Italian Grand Prix motorcycle road racer. He was the 1995 250 cc European Champion. His best year in the world championships was in 1996, when he finished in tenth place in the 250cc class and won the IRTA CUP (World Championship for Private Team).[1] After a career as a professional rider, remains within the Motorcycle Racing and, in 2002 he became Gilera and Derbi Sport Director and from 2006 to 2009 Gilera Team Manager, where in 2008 he won the title of 250cc with Marco Simoncelli.

Since 2010, the new challenge with Speed Up:[2] the Team is founded. 2010 also marks a radical rule change with the transition from 2-stroke 250cc to 4-stroke 600cc. He debuts in the World Championship of the newborn Moto2 class with the bike Speed Up S10 with which he wins 3 races, gets 6 pole, goes 9 times on the podium and his team is the only one that places both riders on the podium at the same race. In 2011 after an agreement with another supplier of frames the results are only 2 podiums throughout the season. In 2012 Boscoscuro join forces with Eros Braconi founding the Speed Up Factory: the new S12 chassis is entirely made in Italy, from design to manufacturing.

In 2013 continues the evolution of the prototype and 3 are the teams NGM Mobile Forward Racing, QMMF Racing Team and Arginano y Gines Racing Team, that choose the product of the Italian Factory, 8 riders will participate with a SF13 to the World Championship Moto2 category.


Sporting positions
Preceded by
France Régis Laconi
250 cc motorcycle European Champion
Succeeded by
Argentina Sebastián Porto