Marini Wins Americana Race At VR46 Motor Ranch

Marini Wins Americana Race At VR46 Motor Ranch

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By VR46 Racing:

Tavullia November 25th – 1st day

The first day of the 100Km of Champions ends.

Today on the track all 40 riders invited to these two days of racing, who tested the track, some of which for the first time.

After the photoshooting of the single riders and the preliminary operations, the negotiations between the pilots have started for the definition of the couples for tomorrow’s race: the choice is based on friendship, affinity, performance, because you are “nice to each other” or even just because “anyone is fine”. After that, the day continues with free practice starting at 12:30, and then continuing with qualifying for both the “Americana race” and tomorrow’s 100km race.

The atmosphere is that of big events, and the list of participants in the 100Km is of the highest level.

 

The start of the "Americana Race" at the VR46 Motor Ranch with Luca Marini (10) leading the field. Photo courtesy VR46 Racing.
The start of the “Americana Race” at the VR46 Motor Ranch with Luca Marini (10) leading the field. Photo courtesy VR46 Racing.

 

The day ends at 5.30 pm with the “Americana race”. Adrenaline and emotions to the max, in a competition that was a great battle since the very first heats, and which has finally seen the victory of Luca Marini, who commented as follows:

“I think I have won another ham or some other sausage, which is always nice to have in winter. Jokes aside, is always a great emotion, and it’s nice to confirm myself every year. Today’s “Americana race” was very tough because every Saturday at the Ranch the level rises more and more.“

And now we look to tomorrow’s 100Km race, waiting for the latest news for the weather. We’ll see.

Tomorrow’s schedule, Saturday November 26th:

h12:05 – Warm up

h02:00pm – Race “The 100Km of the champions”

h06:00pm – Awards ceremony

 

Francesco "Pecco" Bagnaia (1), the 2022 MotoGP World Champion. Photo courtesy VR46 Racing.
Francesco “Pecco” Bagnaia (1), the 2022 MotoGP World Champion. Photo courtesy VR46 Racing.

 

The host Valentino Rossi (46). Photo courtesy VR46 Racing.
The host Valentino Rossi (46). Photo courtesy VR46 Racing.

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