Team Go Eleven - Go Fast! Go First!

Team Go Eleven was born in 2008, from the passion of Gianni Ramello and the motorcycle experience of Piero Cabutti, to support the rider Rubén Xaus, then riding the Ducati of BRC Racing. In 2009, Go Eleven made himself autonomous by engaging in the Superstock 1000 World Cup with the KTM 1190 RC8. In principle the structure used is external, entrusted to the PMS team; in 2010, however, Go Eleven team creates a structure of its own, appointing as team manager Denis Sacchetti with a past as a rider in the same team in 2009, but forced to end his career as a
professional rider due to a serious back injury. He bacame the youngest Team Manager of the SBK world.

In the 2010 season the riders are the Spanish Pere Tutusaus and Nico Vivarelli, side by side, in some races, by Marco Rosini. During the season we will take home several points home, getting a seventh place on the Valencia circuit, which will also be the best result of the Austrian giant in the same category.
At the end of the championship, the team announces the transition to the emerging Kawasaki and decides to continue to focus on the Superstock 1000 World Cup, with a well-known rider such as Niccolò Canepa.

From 2012 to 2014 the team participates in the Supersport World Championship, the European Supestock 600 and the Superstock 1000 FIM Cup. 2012 will prove to be a tragic year for the loss of the rider Andrea Antonelli in the stage held in Russia. During the same year the promising young Christian Gamarino brought the Team Go Eleven, thanks to the numerous podiums, to fight for the European Superstock 600 title until the last race of the championship, then finishing third in the general classification. In 2014 the Team obtained, thanks to the consistency of its riders, Roberto Rolfo and Christian Gamarino, the fifth place finish in the World Supersport Championship, with a podium achieved at Magny-Cours.

In 2015 the Team totally passed into the hands of Gianni Ramello and faced a great step change, realizing the dream of every motorcycle racing fan; participates in the Superbike World Championship with Spanish rider Román Ramos from the Moto2 World Championship on the Kawasaki ZX-10. At the end of the championship the Team gets a result as gratifying as it is unexpected; it’s the first Kawasaki private team! In 2016, at the confirmed Ramos in the Superbike World Championship, the riders Christian Gamarino and Ondřej Ježek joined the Supersport World Championship. The Go Eleven team is reconfirmed as the first private Kawasaki Team.

In 2017 the team begins the seventh consecutive season with the green of Akashi, lining up again the Spanish Ramos in the World Superbike, which will be confirmed for the third consecutive year, the first Kawasaki rider behind the official duo. In the world Supersport two new riders arrive, Gino Rea and the Japanese Kazuki Watanabe.

In 2018 the team changed both riders in the Supersport world Championship, racing with Michael Canducci and Lachlan Epis on the Kawasaki ZX-6R, while in the World Superbike line up with the confirmed Román Ramos. Ramos once again has a very regular season, closes sixteenth in the riders standing and fifth in the standing of the Independent Championship.

After 8 years of successes and satisfactions linked to the Japanese house, Team Go Eleven has a historic turning point: it goes to Ducati, with the new Panigale V4-R. It is a completely new project, being the first four-cylinder produced by the house of Borgo Panigale, which is entrusted to the expert guide of Eugene Laverty; one of the strongest and most successful riders of the WorldSBK, with 56 podiums and 25 wins!

Il Team

  • Team Owner Gianni Ramello

    Team Owner Gianni Ramello

  • Hospitality Coordinator and Team Owner Luciana Fornaseri

    Hospitality Coordinator and Team Owner Luciana Fornaseri

  • Team Manager Denis Sacchetti

    Team Manager Denis Sacchetti

  • Team Coordinator and Communication Elia Ramello

    Team Coordinator and Communication Elia Ramello

  • Rider Eugene Laverty

    Rider Eugene Laverty

  • Crew Chief + Engine Maurizio Perlini

    Crew Chief + Engine Maurizio Perlini

  • Electronic Engineer Simone Toso

    Electronic Engineer Simone Toso

  • Mechanic Chief Alberto Tenedini

    Mechanic Chief Alberto Tenedini

  • Mechanic Daniele Cafaro

    Mechanic Daniele Cafaro

  • Suspension Technician Simone Corsini

    Suspension Technician Simone Corsini

  • Tyres and Warehouse Worker Alberto Amadori

    Tyres and Warehouse Worker Alberto Amadori

  • Bitubo Suspension Technician Devis Sgarbossa

    Bitubo Suspension Technician Devis Sgarbossa

  • Truck Driver + Hospitality Roberto Fornaseri

    Truck Driver + Hospitality Roberto Fornaseri

  • Truck Driver + Hospitality Stefano Arfelli

    Truck Driver + Hospitality Stefano Arfelli

  • Hospitality Clara Pregnolato

    Hospitality Clara Pregnolato

  • Cook Nicoletta Botecchi

    Cook Nicoletta Botecchi

Design+Website Bspoke & Webnuvola Track Photographer Jaromir Havranek

Eugene Laverty injury update

One week has passed since Eugene’s final surgery and he has started his rehab with Micky Kerr of the Bodycare…

READ

P 12 IN RACE 1: WHAT A RIDER!

The Saturday at the awesome Imola circuit was enriched by the passion and warmth of the great Italian public towards our…

READ