Motorpoint Marshalls Pasta team rev up for 2010 season

The new

Motorpoint-Marshalls Pasta Racing Team

– formerly CandiTV-Marshalls Pasta – gave a presentation at the Derby branch of the squad’s main sponsor, car supermarket, on Wednesday.

Local radio and television crews were on hand to record the ocassion and there were representatives from the team’s other sponsors to see how the squad had shaped up. The event was also the first chance to see the two Volvo team cars that will support the riders on the road this season. 

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The team flies out to Mallorca on Monday, February 8, for another block of training. Before that, Hannah Barnes and Ian Bibby will compete in the British Cyclo-Cross National Championships at Sutton Park, Birmingham this coming weekend (February 6-7).

Motorpoint-Marshalls Pasta Racing Team 2010
Ian Bibby
Steven Burke
Ed Clancy
Lee Davies
Malcolm Elliott
Johnny McEvoy
Andy Roche
James Sampson
Andy Tennant
Pete Williams
Hannah Barnes (individual)

Malcolm Elliott, Motorpoints Marshalls Pasta team 2010

Malcolm Elliott makes a spectacle of himself

Motorpoints Marshalls Pasta team 2010
Motorpoint-Marshalls Pasta warm up

Volvo team car, Motorpoints Marshalls Pasta team 2010

One of two Volvo team cars at the squad’s disposal

Motorpoints Marshalls Pasta team 2010

Opera team bikes

Ed Clancy interviewed, Motorpoints Marshalls Pasta team 2010

Ed Clancy talks to the press

Jonny McEvoy and Steven Burke look at Cycling magazine 1979, Motorpoint Marshalls Pasta 2010

Ian Bibby, Jonny McEvoy and Steven Burke take a look at Cycling magazine circa 1979 – held by Jackie Griffiths – to check out a report on team boss Phil Griffiths in his racing heyday

Motorpoints Marshalls Pasta team 2010

The full Motorpoint-Marshalls Pasta squad

Related links
Motorpoint-Marshalls Pasta: Team Profile
Motorpoint-Marshalls Pasta 2010 team launched
British Cyclo-Cross National Championships 2010 preview