Vespark is the first and only team with a Racing electric Vespa, meant to participate in the VTR 24h 2019.
The chassis is a competition Vespa PX 200, fitted with a Brushless DC electric motor fed by Lithium interchangeable high energetic density batteries.
The engine is housed in a CNC Swingarm fitted with two shock absorbers.
Vespark has developed a numeric simulator to help make design decisions and have also built a test bench to test the electric components before assembling them into the Vespa.
Motoscoot.net and Vespark have collaborated on their test bench to set up the most appropriate power curve for the Zuera track.
The technical and mechanical team is headed by Alfonso E. Fuentes, Aran Sol, Javier de Bona, Jorge García and Florencio Solana.
The bike will be taken into competition by this experienced crew:
Beatriz González Eguiraun – Editor and tester of motorcycles for Antena 3 TV.
Sara Román Rodriguez -Three time champion of the R.A.C.E. tournament and motorcycle vice-champion at the Student Electric Championship in 2016.
Marta Herencia Moreno – Speed racer, MOTO1PRO collaborator, instructor at driving courses in Jarama and furthermore debuted at VTR24h in 2015.
María Barbero Franqueira – Spanish speed champion of the female 1000cc -2015 competition, vice-champion in 2016, as well as head of the pilot school Z Rider and competitor on the VTR24H in 2017.