Manetti Motorsport in crescendo in Round 2 of the Italian Championship

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Manetti Motorsport concluded the second round of the Italian Championship at the Siena circuit. Luca Bosco, Francesco Pizzi and Kaloyan Varbitzaliev fought it out during the KZ2 and 60 Mini weekend.

Combative as always, the Manetti Motorsport team honored the tricolor battle, going forward in the process of performance growth now well understood in both categories.

The weekend of the premier class saw many of the players in the field mixng it up after the first event in Castelletto. Luca Bosco continued his journey in the top class, taking home a competitive weekend despite some technical problems. After well qualifying in sixth absolute position, second for the C group, Bosco faced the double direct heat in the best way possible. After struggling with a technical problem in the first race, closed in thirteenth position, the Italian gave his all in the last heat to gain the sixth absolute position, valid for the 15th starting place for Race 1.

During the two races on Sunday, Luca Bosco had to deal with the competition but managed to close in 18th position and 16th for race 2.

An almost parallel weekend for Francesco Pizzi, also among the new hot names of the premier class, he had performed well in qualifying with the fifth total spot and second for group B. In the direct heats Pizzi carried out a positive program with a ninth place and a seventh place (after the penalty for incorrect starting procedure). The Italian, who started in eleventh place in race 1, finished both finals with two fourteenth absolute positions. A positive weekend for both drivers, once again authors of good performances, thanks also to the excellent level of competitiveness achieved.

60 Mini
Difficult but stimulating weekend for the small Kaloyan Varbitzaliev, author of a weekend all in attack mode in the category of the youngest racers. After the not entirely positive qualification, the driver finished the heats program with a 17th place, a 25th place and two 20th places. Forced to repechage, the driver failed to qualify for the final phase of the weekend.

Manetti Motorsport will be back on track over the weekend with Charlie Wurz in the FIA Academy Trophy in Sarno.

Credits: Sportinphoto

Press Release by: Manetti Motorsport - 12/06/19

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