This sector studies the behavior of the engine (which is provided by the competition), designs and analyzes the intake and outtake systems to improve its performance. It is also responsible for the appropriate choice of the peripheral parts (e.g., speedometer, battery, and so on) that will lead to the assembly of the wiring loom, which will function properly with the programming of the ECU giving the best results. Finally, the cooling system of the motorcycle and the fuel supply line are fields of this sector.

This sector is responsible for the design and development of the structural part; in other words, the frame, subframe and back frame. Its duty is the construction of a frame for clearly tracking competitions, according to those used in Moto3.

This sector is responsible for the overall behavior of the motorcycle, in comparison to the street surface. It has to study the stresses that are developed when the wheels are moving, to design and manufacture a leverage system and to choose the appropriate suspensions kit. Additionally, this sector will determine the choice of the proper disc brakes, a decision which is made after a thorough research of the mechanical and thermal stresses and the consideration of all the extreme circumstances that may occur.

This sector is responsible for the construction of the outer shell of the prototype, a significant factor that contributes to the final speed of the motorcycle. The fairing, the tail and the tank are the main subjects of that branch. This process has a high level of difficulty because the manufacturing procedure is very complicated.

This sector aims to develop a Business Plan under which the team will participate in a championship that takes place in different cities of the world. At the same time, the members have to find the proper funding to support the project, hold events that will make the team known to the public and promote the project on the Media and Social Media too.