1970's - ?
Franco Ringhini, started his career at the Guazzoni factory, where he designed competitive race engines for gokarts and later mopeds. Then he joined Morbidelli, a woodworking factory, who had their own raceteam. Here he designed a string of fast disc-valved tvostrokes making him and teammate Eugenio Lazzarini able to go GP racing. In the late '60s the Ringhini-designed Morbidelli 50cc racer was the factory's first successful Grand Prix project, and the team collected several GP points.
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