SP-Moto Racing Team is
- an international / Ukrainian sports motorcycle road racing professional team with headquarter located in Kiev, Ukraine;
- еleven-time Champion of Ukraine (2007-2014,2016-2018) in the team standings;
- supermoto Champion of Ukraine (2012).
The team is a regular participant in the National Road Racing Championship of Ukraine; pilots of the team deeply involved in international series and competitions, such as the Jiniors World Series, WorldSBK, German IDM Open Championship, Russian Open Championship and others.
The team and its associated SP-Moto Race Academy create the basis for training on-road racing, the growth and development of both professional pilots and amateur pilots from anywhere in the world, be it Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa or America. The training process is carried out on world-class racing tracks in the form of track days, masterclasses and individual training under the guidance of masters and renowned professional moto-athletes.
In February 2020, the pilots of the SPmoto Junior Team Maxim Kovalev and Timur Kostin successfully passed the competitive selection for participation in the Northern Talent Cup (NTC) racing series, held in Central, Northern and Eastern Europe, among young riders in age from 12 to 17 years. A feature of the series is that the races take place in conjunction with the regular races of the MotoGP Grand Prix World Championship, World Superbike and IDM German Open Championship in 4 countries on 7 outstanding racing circuits.
The team is managed by Eugene Pisarev (# 11, master of sports, ms), seven-time Champion of Ukraine (2007,2010-2014, 2016) in Superbike (SBK) and STK600 (2006) classes. In 2012 as a part of the team (Pisarev Eugene, Pisarev Konstantin, Maxim Averkin) won the title of Champion of Ukraine in the first Ukrainian Supermoto Championship.
Top Team Pilot – Konstantin Pisarev (# 87, ms) – eight-time Ukrainian Champion in Superports (SSP) Class of Ukraine (2009-2016). In 2017, he moved into the higher, more powerful Superbike class and became the silver medalist there. In 2018 he took first place in the Ukrainian Championship and became the “gold” winner in this class on the Kawasaki ZX-10R motorcycle. In 2019 he repeated this success story indianpharmall.com.
The women’s class (Lady) is represented in the team by Daria Razumova (nickname of Dasha Otmorozova # 91) – four-time champion of Ukraine (2016-2019).