MTHelmets-Msi SPAIN equiped with J.Juan’s Thumbrake

MTHelmets-Msi SPAIN equiped with J.Juan’s Thumbrake

MTHelmets–Msi is the new team ready to fight for the 2022 Moto3 World Championship. The Motor & Sport institute (Msi) has expanded its influence in the world of motorsports together with their 2 rising stars Diogo Moreira (Brazil) and Ryusei Yamanaka (Japan). They have chosen to equip their KTM’s with a complete thumb brake system by J.Juan; and here’s why:

J.Juan’s new thumb brake system feels natural, it is very responsive and it has no rebound effect. We present riders and mechanics with a competitive tool that integrates better than ever with traditional foot brakes. It has become the choice of several racing teams.

New and improved components in our system allow for much better control of the motorbikes with the press of a convenient lever on the left handgrip when it most matters. From its facilities in Barcelona to racing events worldwide, J.Juan competes with you and your team. Our goal is your success.

J.Juan is the world-leading manufacturer of meshed hydraulic tubes and the second European manufacturer of motorcycle brakes. Founded in 1965 in Barcelona (Spain), it currently employs 640 workers. J.Juan is part of Brembo Group, a world leader in brake technology. Founded in 1961 in Bergamo (Italy) it expands 15 countries across 3 continents with more than 12,000 employees in 29 production and business locations. Brembo owns prestigious brands such as AP, AP Racing, Breco, Bybre, J.Juan, Marchesini and SBS Friction.

Remy Gardner, with J.Juan brakes, wins his first Moto2 race

Remy Gardner, with J.Juan brakes, wins his first Moto2 race

Remy Gardner (Onexox Stop and Go) achieved his first victory in Portimao last weekend at the Moto2 World Cup. The Australian pilot has had a huge projection this year running with the rear system of the Spanish company, J.Juan. This season he has achieved 4 podiums (two third places, one second and this recent victory).

In Portimao, he managed to reach his best level by obtaining an impressive rhythm in the race that was unattainable for any of his rivals.

All these performances have led him to sixth overall in this World Cup.

Let us remember that it has been an atypical season due to the pandemic and that, thanks to the organization of Dorna, and the efforts of all the teams, pilots and sponsors it has been able to be celebrated.

Surely this young pilot will give us many bright moments next year!