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Pirelli SCORPION MX 32

09.02.2015

The “Vinicio Rosadi” circuit of Castiglione del Lago has hosted the second round of “Internationals of Italy of Motocross” championship. The spectacular track placed on the Umbria’s nice hills in the Trasimeno lake area was in pretty muddy condition due to the bad weather that has plagued the area in the week before the race.

Pirelli’s riders have dominated all the races of the day: David Philippaerts (DP19 Racing) has won the MX1 Class, Tim Gajser (Honda Gariboldi) the MX2 and Max Nagl (Red Bull Ice One Husqvarna Racing) has won the Elite class (the superfinal for the top 20 classified in MX1 and MX2 races). In the mud, caused by the rains of the previous days, the tires Pirelli SCORPION™ MX MidSoft have been the winning choice of Pirelli's riders.

Max Nagl, with SCORPION™ MX MidSoft 32F 80/100-21 front and SCORPION™ MX MidSoft 120 / 80-19 rear tyre, has taken the lead of the Elite class since the start and has kept it until the checkered flag. The podium has been monopolized by Pirelli with the second place of Tommy Searle ( Red Bull KTM Factory Racing MXGP ) and the third of David Philippaerts ( DP19 Racing ). Romain Febvre has finished fourth and Antonio Cairoli fifth. In the Elite championship Antonio Cairoli ( Red Bull KTM Factory Racing MXGP ) leads the standings with the same points of his team mate Tommy Searle. Max Nagl  is third.

In the MX2 class, in addition to the Tim Gajser’s victory (with SCORPION™ MX  MidSoft 32F 80/100-21 front and  SCORPION ™ MX Mud 110 / 90-19 rear tyre), on the podium also Alessandro D' Angelo (third), and fourth place of Simone Zecchina, both equipped by Pirelli.

Pirelli on top also in the 125 class that was won by Polish rider Gabriel Chetnicki followed by Ivan Petrov and Alessandro Lentini . All top three riders has raced with SCORPION MX ™ MidSoft 32F 80/100-21 on front and  SCORPION ™ MX MidSoft 100 / 90-19 on rear.

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by KM - myNETmoto.com