Kawasaki’s official WorldSBK Team, made up of 5-time WorldSBK champion Jonathan Rea and current category leader Alex Lowes, and world champion Ana Carrasco in the WorldSSP300 category, signs a partnership with 3D printer company Mark One as technical sponsor. The Racing world requires to always continue to push, develop and improve and 3D printers are a very useful tool to turn an idea into reality in a short time.

Mark One designs and manufactures professional 3D printers in Italy and develops customizable 3D printers, assisting in the entire process of realization. Mark One’s core business is focused on research and development of technical solutions, innovative materials and integration of 3D printing in the workplace. The Mark One team supports the customer with qualified technical advice: from the design phase to the realization of the finished part, in every phase of the production process through rapid prototyping.

Our technical department started working with Mark One 3D printers months ago and are ready to apply all the advantages of this product to racing.


Guim Roda (KRT Team Manager): “This year we made a new agreement with Mark One to start using their 3D printer for our motorcycle development and improvement ideas. We are so proud that they find in KRT a project to promote their products and show the world how important and useful the 3D printer is today for rapid prototyping. Some of our KRT engineers will start working with Mark One software and we will certainly be able to assist KHI with 3D drawings that they send from Japan to Europe.”

Marco Zani (Owner & CEO of Mark One s.r.l.): “I am honored to have started this partnership with Kawasaki, one of the market leaders in the motorcycle world. In addition, I am excited to start this important project, applied worldwide Kawasaki Racing, which aims to revolutionize the supply chain and R&D, improving and accelerating the development of motorcycles”.