Apr 30, 2001
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Californian Peter Hofmann highsided and broke his arm during qualifying for yesterday's European Championship 125cc Grand Prix race at Vallelunga, in his YACCO Team Raudies debut weekend.<BR><BR>"I highsided yesterday during qualifying at Vallelunga and broke my left arm in two places," wrote Hofmann in an e-mail to Roadracing World. "Am flying to the States tomorrow morning (Monday) to see my doctor. Will try to make next round at Hungaroring in four weeks. I'll write a report on the Pannonia Ring test and Vallelunga when I get back, but wanted to give you the latest. Jason DiSalvo qualified a respectable 19th on his 250 after falling in practice. I don't know how the race turned out."<BR><BR>Autodromo Vallelunga is located 20 miles north of Rome, Italy.