The CIV and the BSB made us hearbeats until the last race to decide the winners and losers. In Vallelunga there were numerous surprises including the race against the time to repair and to alterate the technical equipment of our Kevin Zannoni, following a bad highside in qualifying, also in contention for the Moto3 title. Together with him Alberto Surra and Vicent Perez Selfa were aiming to the champioship victory. In a race contact the two went out of the scene allowing Kevin to win that title, coveted by the leader of the standings until the arrival in Vallelunga.
Turn of events that did not occur in the Superbike class of the CIV with Samuele Cavalieri ready to come back but aware of having a relevant gap from the leader of the category. He closes as Italian vice-champion, silver medal for him to which is added an important confirmation of his growth and talent. His participation in the Worldsbk as replacement of Marco Melandri is another prove.
Different matter in Premoto3. This year, indeed, Vircos decided to support all young talents by educating them, together with the FMI, to a conscious use of safety on the track and on the quality of clothing making mandatory the air-bag on the leather suits thanks to our collaboration with Alpinestars. We took care of every rider and every one of them is a success. It is Cristian Lolli to take home the title of Italian champion of the category dedicated to the youngest and emerging talents.
In the CIV, Vircos covers over 50% of the riders on the track. The Truck Vircos is not only attending CIV but also in other championships such as “Coppa Italia”. In this case covers more than ¼ of the riders present, an important slice. To do not miss anything, Vircos also provides his products to many riders in the MotoGp, Worldsbk and FIM CEV champiohsips.