The MV Agusta Reparto Corse Team is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement for the 2023 World Supersport Championship season with Marcel Schrotter. The 29-year-old German, currently with the Liqui Moly Intact GP team arrives in Supersport after 10 years of experience in the Moto2 World Championship in which he has played a leading role, managing to obtain numerous placings including 5 podiums and 3 pole positions which allowed him to close the last five seasons in the top ten of the overall standings. Schrotter is a complete rider and thanks to his talent and determination he will be able to prove that he is competitive even in the series derivatives championship taking advantage of his vast experience accumulated in prototypes. Now all that remains is to start testing in view of the next championship to allow the German to become as confident as possible with Schiranna's three-cylinder With the entry of Schrotter who will join Bahattin Sofuoglu, the Mv Agusta Reparto Corse Team will be able to boast a toplevel line-up. A mix of experience and youth, which will be able to aspire to great results as early as 2023
"First of all, I want to thank Andrea and MV Agusta for their trust in me and giving me this opportunity. I’m really looking forward to this new chapter of my Career and can’t wait to start working with MV and the new Team. I’m very excited to be part of MV Agusta history and I want to make history with MV Agusta!! See you soon!".
Ceo of Matica Technologies Group
"Bringing together the best people to maximize the performance of the team and technology are goals that unite Matica and MV AGUSTA. We are excited to welcome Marcel Schrotter on board for the 2023 season. HE is an experienced, first-class rider who will take the team to even higher levels. We look forward to cheering him on from the pit lane!".
“We are thrilled to have reached an agreement with Marcel. He is a highly experienced rider whom we have been following with our partner Matica for some time. I believe that he is the right rider for our reality. He will be able to build on his experience gained in Moto2 to help the team grow both technically and in terms of results. We can't wait to to carry out the first test with him and start working to be competitive from the first race on the calendar!"