Team Ajo Motorsport

In 2015 season SC-Project is the official technical supplier for exhaust systems with Kalex technology of the Ajo Motorsport Team which is present In Moto2 World Championship with the French rider Johann Zarco, who is fighting for the World Championship against the best riders of the category.

In a fighting category as Moto2 the supply of exhaust systems which guarantee the highest performance is fundamental. SC-Project has an advanced R&D department which improves exhaust systems for racing motorbikes. Thanks to continuous developments coming from the interaction between SC-Project technicians and the best technicians and engineers of Moto2 Teams SC Project has improved an extra performing exhaust system which has been thought for the performing Hondo 600cc engine - used by all Moto2 Championship motorbikes.

The Innovation, determination and technology of the Italian Factory SC-Project - synonymous of style, performance and excellence - are confirmed by the presence of SC-Project exhaust systems on the motorbike of the Ajo Motorsport Team with the rider Johann Zarco.

SC-Project exhaust systems are recognized as the most performing systems realized for the new category Moto2 and are the result of several researches, tests and development coming directly from the racing circuits where SC-Project is present since the birth of Moto 2 category in 2010. The several results obtained during the World Championship confirm the big potentiality of the exhaust systems produced by the Italian Factory SC-Project



Johann Zarco came into the 125cc class in 2009 after a winding route to the World Championship, which saw him crowned Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup winner in 2007. Finishing 20th in his debut season in the World Championship Zarco took a big step in 2010 with the WTR outfit, scoring a succession of top-ten finishes and placing 11th overall. His displays and development caught the eye of Aki Ajo and in 2011 Zarco joined the prestigious team for what was a remarkable season for the French rider where he finished runner-up. Zarco stepped up to the Moto2 class in 2012 on a MotoBI machine with the JiR Team, during which he impressed and took the “Rookie of the Year” award. He then moved to IodaRacing Project for 2013; riding a Suter and achieving rostrum finishes in Italy and Valencia. Responsibilities were larger in 2014, as he spearheaded the line-up of the brand-new AirAsia Caterham Motor Racing team but with the squad departing to Moto3™ for 2015 Zarco found himself a ride with the new Ajo Motorsport intermediate class set-up for the current season.