The range of lubricants SORT has evolved thanks to the experience gained in the competition, oils for engine in the range of 4-stroke motorcycles and in the recent innovation of oil for 2-stroke engines, were born from the collaboration of our development and competition department, with engineers and mechanics who lead and manage the racing teams.
Sort has stay present in the world of motorcycling with the experienced team Worldwiderace, giving their support technical and collecting the experience of the competition in the range of lubricants for motorcycle.
Worldwiderace — Bester Capital Dubai TEAM
The Racing Team called WorldwideRace (owned by “WORLDWIDEGROUP” an international structure operating in the sports and music communication sector) was set up in November 1997 and competes in the World Championship MotoGP 125 cc class with Ivan Goi as its rider.
The structure has its headquarters in based in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and its logistic and organizational department is based in Switzerland; the team has always raced with Aprilia Motorcycles.
The Teams first partner of the was the singer Vasco Rossi who used it to promote his own image during the release of a CD and throughout the tour. After the Vasco Rossi project, which ended in 2000 with the rider Roberto Locatelli taking the world championship title in the 125 cc class; the Team raced in both the 125 cc and 250 cc world championships consolidating its presence and achieving important results that gave it the privilege of being recognised as a Top Team in the World Championship sector.
TWO WORLD CHAMPRIONSHIPS (Class 125 c.c.) Roberto Locatelli (2000) – Arnaud Vincent (2002) – 4 TITLES I.R.T.A. CUP (Best Privateer team) years 2000 – 2001 and 2002 – class 125 and 250 Our Riders: Ivan Goi (IT 1998) – Roberto Rolfo (IT 1999/2001) – Roberto Locatelli (IT 1999/2000) Luca Boscoscuro (IT 200) – Simone Sanna (IT 2000/2001) – Franco Battaini (IT 2002) – Arnaud Vincent (FR 2002) – Steve Jenkner (D 2003/2004/2005) – Gabor Talmacsi (HU 2003) – Marco Simoncelli (IT 2004/2005) – Joan Olivé (SP 2005) – Pablo Nieto (SP 2006) – Raffaele de Rosa (IT 2006/2007) – Vincent Braillard (CH 2006) – Aergenter Dominique (CH 2007) – Simone Grotzkyj Giorgi (IT 2007) – Michael Ranseder (AUT 2008) – Takaaki Nakagami (JAP 2008/2009) – Andrea Iannone (IT 2008/2009) – Jonas Folger (D 2009) – Lorenzo Zanetti (IT 2009)