21 May 2015

BOTTURI WINNER AT ITALIAN

BOTTURI WINNER AT ITALIAN
21/05/2015

Here we are in beautiful Umbria, precisely to Umbertide in the Upper Tiber Valley, here on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th was held the fourth and fifth round of the Italian Motorally, a discipline that attracts more and more new faces: we are talking about of Adrian Van Beveren two-time winner of the Touquet and new team-mate of our “Bottu” and Carlos Checa former pilot of 500cc, MotoGP and World Superbike champion in 2011. There are 15 km of transfer separating the paddock from the first special stage, 22 km to go by viewing the road book and trying to give the gas …. and here Alexander wins the special despite recovering from a torn muscle due to a bad fall during a training session in Sardinia. Victory, however, at the end of the day, can not maintain. Alessandro fact concludes the second special of 54 km with a disadvantage greater than the gap accrued in the previous test thus ending the day fourth overall just 7 seconds behind Jacopo Cerutti and 1.28 seconds from Vanni and Cominotto and ‘himself to win it , taking home his first victory. On Sunday it is anticipated the departure of half an hour, here you will face two special of 26 and 36 km. Alessandro decides to attack right away trying to keep focused, avoiding to make navigation errors and taking too hard to not be intimidated by his pain and of course from other competitors. Thus able to finish the test with an advance of 29 seconds of Zecchin and 1.18 on Cerutti in third position, seconds which will then serve to maintain the absolute. In fact, in the next special, Alessandro ends in second place with a delay of just eight seconds and on balance manages to snatch the overall victory.

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