Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Racing Of Vespa

In the 1950s and early 1960s, Vespa and Lambretta scooters were raced competitively against motorcycles, often winning the races. In the mid 1960s, motorcycle engines became larger and faster, and a gap was created—along with varying cc classifications. Since the 1980s, Vespa and Lambretta racing has grown into a serious sport in the United States. There are various classes in the United States, depending on the racing association. They are generally:
  • Small Frame Class: Open class up to 152 cc's
  • Automatics Class
  • Specials Class
  • Stock Class: Large-frame Vespa and Lambretta 180 & 200 cc scooters.


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