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European Champion
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Italian Champion
 26x
Belgian Champion
 14x
Dutch Champion

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In 1990 the Mini Project Racing concept has been started by the brothers Luca and Maurizio Pasini (Luca is an old Superbike rider).
The minibike races can be seen as the breeding ground for young race-talents.The goal was to create winning combination,
both man and machine and most of all to support talented riders (such as Mattia Pasini in GP250cc) in there racing career.

In 2003 started the development of the 4-stroke minibike engine. No other manufacturer has made such an engine and raced it in championships.
Thanks to Luca and Maurizio the 4-stroke engine is homologated and accepted in official (inter)national championships.

In 2005 Gerry Verhoeven was assigned by Luca Pasini to startup the same project for the BENELUX and to do further development on the Pasini 4-stroke.
Through the years Gerry has proven to be the perfect coach for young talent with several Belgian, Dutch and German championship wins in the minibike races.

 

 

Today the main objective is still to recruit young talentfull kids, to learn them good riderqualities and to optimize the bikes.
We believe that a strong mental rider with the correct race-vision and a good training program can be an unbeatable combination on a bike that may not be the strongest or fastest one of the grid.
The best example is Valentino Rossi when he became World champion on the Yamaha M1.

The concept has been proven to be the good foundation for a racing career.
Over the years several champions of the Mini Project Racing concept have made the transfer to the real motorcycle races,
such as Mattia Pasini, Manuel Poggialli, Marco Simoncelli, Alex and Willy De Angelis,
Alex Baldolini, Mattia Angeloni, Dennis Sacchetti, Matteo Biaocco and many others…

Learn more about those riders in “Ex-riders”