The inspiration for creating “SEVENTY” and “SPEEDSTER” comes from Martini and Porche.
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The inspiration for creating “SEVENTY” and “SPEEDSTER” comes from Martini and Porche.

Nothing is created from nothing, art evolves from what exists. That’s why we’re going to explain where the inspiration comes from for our two bikes that compete this weekend at the AMD Wold Championship 2018 in Cologne (Germany).

“SEVENTY”

Indeed, our “SEVENTY” motorbike is directly inspired by rally racing cars from the late 70s to the 90s. If you look at classic examples such as the Lancia 037 or the Lancia Delta S4, you will see the clear style.

Martini Rossi was the main sponsor of these races and creator of these teams, which were called Martini Racing, which gave these cars a recognizable aesthetic thanks to its famous tricolor band: blue, light blue and red.

Lancia 037
Lancia 037
Delta S4
Delta S4

Another recognizable style is that of the famous Flat Track motorcycle races in the 70s.

Frontal SEVENTY
Detalle SEVENTY
Detalle SEVENTY
Detalle SEVENTY
Detalle SEVENTY

“SPEEDSTER”

As you can see it is a motorcycle tribute to PORSCHE; hence its name “SPEEDSTER” as the mythical model of the brand.

Porche Speedster
Porche Speedster
Detalle Sportster

“NOBODY’S PERFECT” is a phrase that became almost a motto of Porsche, because in a race of the 24 hours of Le Mans, 9 of the top 10 positions were for cars of the German brand.

Nobodys Perfect
Nobody's perfect Porche

The rear tail is inspired by the cars of the 24 hours of Lemans as the model 917.

Trasera Speedster
Porsche 917

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