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Tm Racing and L30 Racing win S1 and S2 class Italian Internationals Supermoto Championship

L30 RACING AND TM RACING WIN S1 AND S2 CLASSES WITH THOMAS CHAREYRE AND STEVE BONNAL.
IN S4 VANDI WINS BOTH DAYS, BUT IT IS NOT ENOUGH TO RECONFIRM HIS TITLE

The L30 Racing Team concludes the season of the Italian Internationals Supermoto Championship in Castelletto di Branduzzo in the best way, with an all-attacking final.

S1 CLASS:

In S1 class Thomas Chareyre and Marc Reiner Schmidt did not disappoint expectations, giving a great show on Saturday with an epic duel aboard the TM Racing SMX Factory, the two teammates won one heat each.
Thomas Chareyre with a conservative tactic in the two heats of Sunday will go on to conquer the title of S1 class, a success he had been missing since 2011. For Schmidt an excellent second place in the championship winning both days in Castelletto.
Luca Bozza gives the team a convincing Sunday, with the seventh place overall and the conquest of the Rookie classification of the last GP of the season.
Steve Bonnal is also at the start of the last Sunday round, who will finish eleventh on his debut in the main class.
Patrick Pals is also at the start, obtaining an eleventh place on Saturday and a tenth on Sunday.

S2 CLASS:

In S2 class Steve Bonnal wins the title with one day in advance and becomes champion of S2 class already on Saturday. The season could not have ended better for him with the win of the second heat on Saturday and the surprise debut on Sunday in S1, a class that will most likely see him engaged in the next 2022.

S4 CLASS:

In S4 class Kevin Vandi continues his winning streak with two victories of the day in the last two rounds of the season, it was not an easy task given the increasingly high level of the opponents, but Kevin has shown that he has found a good balance and a consistent speed, for the championship he earns valuable points by shortening the distances, but will finish second.
Alessandro Sanchioni obtained two second places in the heats as the best result of the double weekend, proving to be always among the absolute protagonists of this class. Third place overall both Saturday and Sunday, for a good fourth place in the championship.
Lorenzo Papalini obtained the fifth place in the championship also thanks to the amazing Sunday performance with an excellent fourth place overall and Giovanni Galloni, also in this class, obtained the final tenth place in the series on asphalt.

IVAN LAZZARINI:

“The Italian Internationals Supermoto end here in Castelletto with great satisfaction in all classes, starting from S1 where Thomas managed to win the title and Marc to win both days and finish second, better than that we couldn’t ask.
Luca Bozza was also very good, on Sunday he won the Rookie classification and finished seventh overall, for him also the fourth place in the Italian Championship at his debut.
Bad luck for Monticelli, who due to an ankle injury at the beginning of the weekend will not be able to start in the last race, but will still finish in second place in the Italian classification.
In the S2 class Bonnal won the title on Saturday and so he raced the last day in the S1 class, competing with the opponents he will meet next year.
In S4 great finish of the season for Vandi, who won two consecutive days, but was unable to reconfirm the championship; together with him Sanchioni in S4 obtained two third places and finished the championship in fourth.
Still in S4 Papalini gives us great satisfaction, with an exceptional race on Sunday, which earned him fifth place in the championship, Galloni defended himself well in his first experience with wet conditions and even obtained the best result of the season with seventh place.
The season is not over yet because the expected Mettet appointments and the last round of the World Cup are missing.
Thanks as always to all our sponsors and who support us. “

2021-10-04T15:56:28+02:004 October 2021|Racing|

Italian Enduro: four aces! Tm Racing and TM Boano Factory win four Italian titles with four riders and four different bikes.

Jarno Boano: “This time we made a POKER! Four Italian titles with four great riders and four different bikes in their displacements!

Wil Ruprecht, TM 300 FI 4T, Absolute Italian Champion
Matteo Cavallo, TM 250 FI 4T, Italian Champion 250 4T
Lorenzo Macoritto, TM 250 FI 2T, Italian Champion 250 2T
Matteo Pavoni TM 300 FI 2T, Italian Junior Champion

Difficult, almost impossible, to ask for more, as “boss” I must thank all those who have believed with me in this project!

TM Racing, the riders, my team and all our sponsors!

This time I do not want to add anything else, I leave space for emotions and results!

Thank you all!

 

2021-09-28T14:58:09+02:0027 September 2021|Racing|

MOTARD: L30 RACING AT THE SUPERMOTO NATIONS IN CAROLE, FRANCE

THOMAS CHAREYRE BRINGS FRANCE ONTO THE TOP OF THE WORLD AGAIN, MONTICELLI WITH AN AMAZING WIN BRING ITALY IN SECOND PLACE OVERALL

The L30 Racing Team lines up at the start of the Supermoto of Nations hosting 4 nations under its own structure: France, Italy, Estonia and Israel; the Team led by Ivan Lazzarini and riding the TM Factory collects successes both in the individual classification and in the team classification; allowing Thomas Chareyre to win another title with the French team, right in the home race.

RACE 1 – RIDER 1 VS RIDER 2

In race 1 Diego Monticelli (ITA) on the SMX 450 factory sprints very quickly in the lead, but on the third lap he is overtaken by Thomas Chareyre (FRA), who quickly sets an unsustainable pace and flies to victory, ahead of Monticelli.
Patrick Pals (EST) after a good start, reaches the tenth position, which he will keep for a few laps in the first part of the race, to then finish twelfth; while Prants Pals (EST) will finish 18th.

Classification after race 1: Spain (7 pts.), Italy (9 pts.), Czech Republic (14 pts.), France jr (14 pts.), France (15 pts.)

RACE 2 – RIDER 2 VS RIDER 3

At the start of race 2 the fastest is still Diego Monticelli (ITA), who will be able to regulate his opponents up to the checkered flag, reaching one of the most important successes of his career; for him a great win, with Italy on top of the overall team standings with 19 points ahead of France with 25 points.
Steve Bonnal (FRA JR), at the start of this heat, after a convincing comeback, is classified in sixth place.
Estonian Prants Pals (EST) is also at the start, reaching the nineteenth finish line in its first international experience.

Classification after race 2: Italy (19 pts.), France (25 pts.), France jr (25 pts.), Czech Republic (27 pts.), Spain (34 pts.)

RACE 3 – RIDER 1 VS RIDER 3

In the third race Thomas Chareyre (FRA) recovered the group and from the seventh position quickly reached the lead after a heated duel with his opponents, in support of Chareyre’s result also the other Frenchman at the start, Steve Bonnal (FRA) conquers the sixth place, bringing France on the top of the podium.
Estonia still in the top ten with an excellent Patrick Pals (EST), a very solid race for him.

Nations classification: France (15 pts.), Italy (20 pts.), France jr (29 pts.), Czech Republic (33 pts.), Spain (38 pts.)

IVAN LAZZARINI: “we have been committed to supporting our drivers by representing 4 nations, a great success for Thomas who reconquers the Trophy of Nations with his France, Monticelli made a crazy race for Italy, winning the second heat, was a pity for the trophy that has vanished for our nation; but looking at the results of our riders we are really proud.
For the Pals brothers, it was a great experience, Patrick is already accustomed to international events, while Prants was making his absolute debut; they brought Estonia to eighth place, well done.
We also supported the Israeli national team, which benefited from our structure and experience.
A beautiful all-round weekend full of emotions. “

2021-09-21T12:24:15+02:0021 September 2021|Racing|

Moto 3: Seventh Junior FIM CEV Repsol Moto3 round at Misano for TM Racing Factory Team

The Junior FIM CEV Repsol World Championship was at Misano Adriatico in Italy for the seventh round, which ran alongside the MotoGP round at the Misano World Circuit. For the TM Racing Factory Team Moto3, this was their home round, which involved a qualifying session on Friday and just one race on Saturday.

Friday saw the Italian team’s three riders, Nicola Carraro, Raffaele Fusco and David Salvador, take to the track for the two qualifying sessions that established the grid positions for Saturday’s races.

The TM Racing Factory Team Moto3 riders worked hard with the technicians to find the best set-up for their respective bikes at this track. The morning session ran on a dry track, while conditions were wet for the second session, which prevented the riders from improving on their times. In the pista combined standings, David Salvador placed fourteenth (1’45”447) while Raffaele Fusco (1’45”588) and Nicola Carraro (1’46”166) finished in eighteenth and twenty-fifth place respectively.

With these results, the Spaniard lined up on the fifth row, Fusco from the sixth and Carraro from the ninth for the afternoon’s 17-lap race.

Salvador made a good start but found himself in the middle of a group that slowed his progress in the early stages. As the race went on, David began to work his way up the field as far as ninth position. After making a strong start, Fusco essentially held his position, but in the final laps he was able to make some passes and cross the line thirteenth, earning a few points for the classification. Carraro ran a good but unlucky race; lying fifteenth through the first laps, he was able to climb to ninth but received a penalty at the end that relegated him to twenty-second place.

The next and final Junior FIM CEV Repsol world championship round for the TM Racing Factory Team Moto3 will take place over the weekend of 20-21 November at the Valencia circuit in Spain.

 

Misano World Circuit – Italy

Junior FIM CEV Repsol Moto3 World Championship

Qualifying: 1) Munoz (KTM) – 2) Alonso (GasGas) – 3) Kelso (KTM) – 4) Matsuyama (Honda) – 5) Ortolà (KTM) …….14) Salvador (TM) …… 18) Fusco (TM) – 25) Carraro (TM)

Race 1: 1) Kelso (KTM) – 2) Ortola (KTM) – 3) Munoz (KTM) – 4) Veijer (Husqvarna) – 5) Garcia (Honda) ……… 9) Salvador (TM)…..13) Fusco (TM) …… 22) Carraro (TM)

Nicola Carraro: “It was a good race, but we didn’t get what we deserved. In qualifying, I was penalised by the second wet session that prevented me from improving. I made a good start to the race, but while in the group that was fighting for fourth, I made a mistake that saw me relegated to twenty-second place. I’m sorry about today’s result, but I know we’re competitive and ready to fight at the front”.

 

David Salvador: “It has been a very challenging weekend, but it has helped us to gain experience and to improve. We didn’t find the right setting for Misano but we will try to improve and be more competitive”.

 

Raffaele Fusco: “Qualifying was quite complicated due to the track conditions in Q2 and this meant I started quite far back in the race. I made a good start and remained with the leading group, until a contact with another rider caused me to fall back, finishing in thirteenth place but still close to the front. Without the issue with that rider, I definitely would have scored a better result, but that’s racing. Now we’ll look ahead and focus on the Valencia round”.

 

Mattia Serafini: ““An absolutely positive but extremely complicated weekend. We only had two qualifying sessions at Misano and then the race on Saturday and so there was no time to test or work on our bikes. And then, to make things more difficult, it started to rain which meant that one of the qualifying sessions was all but useless. Despite this, our riders and the team gave it their all and did well. Now we need to prepare for the final Valencia round where we hope to see the fruit of our progress and labour in the results.”

 

2021-09-21T09:33:18+02:0021 September 2021|Racing|

Motard: a great week end for Tm Racing e L30Racing in S1 and S4 International Supermoto Championship

SCHIMIDT WINS S1 CLASS ON THE SAME SCORE WITH CHAREYRE, KEVIN VANDI RETURNS TO WIN S4 CLASS

 

The L30 Racing Team comes to Latina for the fifth round of the Italian International Supermoto Championship, placing its TM Racing m.y. 2021 on the podium of all classes.

S1 CLASS:

In S1 class the L30 Racing team fielded the usual 4 riders: Marc Reiner Schmidt, Thomas Chareyre, Diego Monticelli and Luca Bozza.
In race 1 Thomas Chareyre is the fastest rider at the start, Marc Reiner Schmidt is on his wheel, the two immediately impose a great pace in the race and will be impregnable, finishing in the same order; despite a crash, Schmidt takes second place behind Chareyre.
Diego Monticelli contributes to a beautiful record for the Team by finishing in third place, with 3 bikes TM L30 Racing in the first 3 places.
Luca Bozza not starting well, but he will set very interesting times, his eighth place.
In race 2 Chareyre starts again in front of everyone, with Schmidt on his back. On the fourth lap Schmidt launch the decisive attack taking the lead and going to win, with Chareyre in second place, the two teammates finish with the same score in the overall.
Monticelli shows a regular race constantly with the leaders, finishing fourth at the finish line and overall.
Luca Bozza conquers the sixth final place, proving to have a great pace.

S2 CLASS:

In S2 class Steve Bonnal wins the first race, after starting second; the overtaking on the fifth lap was decisive, allowing the Frenchman to win the first step of the podium.
Unfortunately, Bonnal will not be able to replicate the result in race 2, but after a crash on the third lap shows a consistent comeback from the back of the pack, up to the final sixth place.
Another podium for Bonnal, who gain valuable points for the championship, with third place in the overall standings.

S4 CLASS:

As in S1 class, L30 Racing team fielded 4 riders: Kevin Vandi, Alessandro Sanchioni, Lorenzo Papalini and Giovanni Galloni.
In race 1 Vandi starts in front of the pack, engaging a beautiful fight with his direct opponent, a first heat that marks the return of an incisive Vandi, who finished in second place.
Sanchioni starts in fourth place, but will be able to maintain the third place for a few laps, giving up the position again only at the end.
Average start for Papalini, that in the first lap is tenth and then going to conquer the thirteenth place.
Galloni proves to have a good feeling with the Latina’s track, a race all on attack for him, after starting in sixth position he will be able to take an excellent eighth place.
In race 2 Kevin Vandi surprises everyone at the start and takes the first position, the race is totally to be written because the opponents are on fire, but Kevin after losing second place for a few laps, will be able to win the heat and the Grand Prix on the last lap, reopening the championship.
Bad luck for Sanchioni, who was forced to retire after a crash when he was in third position.
Same fate for Galloni, who will finish twenty-third after a good start due to an inconvenience.
Great second heat for Papalini, despite the start in tenth position: for him the final sixth place and an excellent race pace.

IVAN LAZZARINI: “The weekend in Latina ends in a very positive way, in S1 class another win for Schmidt on same points with Chareyre; they have once again proved to be the best riders of this class.
Very well also Monticelli, who with a third and a fourth place still finishes in first positions. Also for Luca Bozza it was a good weekend, unfortunately bad starts for him, but lap times were really good.
Finally, in the S4 class we find a great Vandi, who drove as he knows, winning race 2 and the overall, reopening the championship.
Unfortunately, for Sanchioni a race compromised by a crash, but we are sure that he will be on top in the next rounds.
Galloni and Papalini also did well, always close to the top positions.
In S2 class, great win in the first moto for Bonnal, unfortunately a crash in race 2 for him, which ended in sixth place, but we still on the podium.
Now we fare focused on the two final rounds in Castelletto di Branduzzo, which will assign the titles of this 2021 season.”

2021-09-13T11:15:30+02:0013 September 2021|Racing|