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Assoluti d’Italia Enduro, RD01/02, Arma di Taggia

MATTEO CAVALLO, MATTEO PAVONI AND DENY PHILIPPAERTS PROTAGONISTS AT THE FIRST ROUND OF THE ASSOLUTI D’ITALIA DI ENDURO.

The past weekend officially opened the 2022 Italian Enduro season and the village of Arma di Taggia (IM) in Liguria hosted the first and second rounds of the Assoluti d’Italia di Enduro.

The race track created by Moto Club Sanremo included three special tests that were as challenging as spectacular, with a cross test on the beach of Arma and an Enduro Test and Extreme Test on hard and stony terrain in a hilly area 10 km from Arma, in Cipressa.

Two race days are planned, officially opened with the Special Test at night on Friday evening, March 4, followed by Day 1 on Saturday, when the riders repeated the race course four times and Day 2, which saw them engaged instead for three laps until early afternoon on Sunday.

The full team lined up at the start of the season with Matteo Cavallo, Matteo Pavoni, Will Ruprecht and Deny Philippaerts.

After his injury during the first round of the 2021 season Deny Philippaerts returned to competition and he did it in the best way, winning both days of the opening weekend at Arma di Taggia. Deny Philippaerts literally dominated the 125 class, clearly outclassing his direct opponents throughout the race weekend.

Matteo Pavoni also did well in the 300 class; the reigning Junior class champion closed the weekend in Arma di Taggia with two well-deserved second places. At his first year among the top riders, the rider from Brescia will certainly defend himself and show, as in Arma di Taggia, all his determination and tenacity.

Matteo Cavallo started the 2022 season on the right foot after a rather complicated past season, concluding the double stage in Liguria with an excellent fourth place in the Overall and climbing on the second step of the podium in the hard-fought 250 4T class. The Piemonte-based rider is acquiring the right feeling with the bike and his form is optimal. The results obtained in Arma di Taggia gave Matteo Cavallo confidence and in all three special tests his times were excellent.

Will Ruprecht ran a good race in the Liguria-based weekend finishing in fourth place in the Foreigners class and getting a seventh place in the Overall. The Australian rider did not push the gas of his bike to the maximum and without risking too much he tried to be constant and fast in all the special tests at stake.

The third round of the Assoluti d’Italia di Enduro is scheduled for Sunday, April 1, in the small village of Cavaglià in the province of Biella.

MATTEO CAVALLO

“Usually I never start well at the first race of the season and affectively Saturday I started with the handbrake pulled. With the passing of the specials I got rid of the tension of the first race and the final result is excellent.

MATTEO PAVONI

A good performance in the 300 class in this first outing of the season. This year will be a very challenging one but grit and determination are among my best qualities.

DENY PHILIPPAERTS

After my injury in the first stage of last season this double victory tastes even sweeter.

WILL RUPRECHT

In Arma di Taggia I didn’t ride the best of my races but not the worst either, so let’s file this away as a positive one.

 

2022-03-08T09:56:13+01:008 March 2022|Racing|

MOTOREX IS THE NEW OFFICIAL LUBRICANT PARTNER OF TM RACING

TM Racing and Motorex are pleased to announce that, on 1 January 2022, an important partnership has been signed: the two companies will work closely together for years to come.

The long corporate history of Motorex, which has been producing high-quality lubricants and engine products for a century, has involved TM Racing, which shares the same values. For the famous Pesaro-based motorbike manufacturer, it is fundamental to offer maximum performance and attention to every detail in order to produce motorbikes with unique characteristics and high performance.

“The decision to start a partnership with the Swiss company Motorex was made with a view to improving our competitive performance, but not only that. It is a partnership based on the reliability of the Swiss company and the pursuit of the highest quality in every aspect of motorbike care”.

Roberto Aloi – International Sales Manager

 

“We are very proud of this multi-year agreement with Motorex. Our aim has always been to give the best in the creation and manufacture of our motorbikes, from a design and mechanical point of view and in the care of every aspect.

Being supported by Motorex, a historic company in terms of the quality and efficiency of their products, continues a path aimed at transforming our daily efforts and intentions into reality with ambitious goals easier to achieve”.

Gastone Serafini – Owner Tm Racing

 

2022-01-03T11:11:01+01:003 January 2022|News|

Elia Sammartin in L30 Racing Team – Tm Racing

The L3o Racing Tm Racing team is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement with Elia Sammartin for the next two seasons.

Elia Sammartin three times Italian champion will be supported by the official team of Ivan Lazzarini, Elia who last season raced with the Tm 450 SMX will have the factory bike available alongside the World Champion Marc Schmidt.

Elia Sammartin will take part in the Italian Championship and the S1GP World Championship.

Ivan Lazzarini: “I am very happy to have reached an agreement with Elia, we had already reached an agreement very close in previous years. With Sammartin we will have the best Italian driver and we will try to put him in the best conditions to be competitive and aim for the results he deserves.

Elia Sammartin: “My dream of my life is fulfilled to become the official driver of the most titled manufacturer in Supermoto. They will be two very important years and I can’t wait to start preparing for the 2022 season and get on the new bike. I thank Alex Serafini and Ivan Lazzarini for the chance and believe in me. “

2021-12-17T15:25:58+01:0017 December 2021|News|

TM Racing Factory Team Moto3 rounds out the FIM CEV Junior World Championship with a podium at Valencia

Over the weekend of 20-21 November, at the Ricardo Tormo circuit, the TM Racing Factory Team Moto3 contested the eighth and final round of the FIM CEV Repsol Junior World Championship, fielding its three riders, Spaniard David Salvador and Italians Nicola Carraro and Raffaele Fusco.

After completing the two free practice sessions, the three TM riders tackled qualifying, which was made difficult by the weather, the track slippery due to rain. By the end of the two sessions, David Salvador (1’51”213) had set the eighth fastest time, while Raffaele Fusco (1’52”789) and Nicola Carraro (1’54”112) closed in twenty-third and twenty-seventh place respectively.

The Valencia event schedule involved two races, both of which ran on Sunday, one in the last morning and one in the afternoon. Thanks to their qualifying results, Salvador lined up on row three of the grid and Carraro on row nine, while unfortunately Fusco crashed during the morning’s warm-up. The circuit doctors deemed him unfit to race. The Italian rider is doing well and has already returned home.

In the first race, David Salvador proved competitive with his TM, scoring a strong fifth-place finish, while Carraro crossed the line twenty-second, penalised by a poor starting position. In the second race, the Spanish TM Racing Factory Team rider ran a great race which saw him reach the third step of the podium. Nicola improved on his race 1 performance, finishing nineteenth, just a few tenths from the points zone.

And so the factory TM team rounds out the FIM CEV Repsol Junior world championship with a podium, rider David Salvador not only scoring third in race 2 but also finishing fifth overall in the final championship standings.

 

Circuito Ricardo Tormo – Valencia – Spain

Race 1: 1) Kelso (KTM) – 2) Alonso (GasGas) – 3) Ortola (KTM) – 4) Ogden (GasGas) – 5) Salvador (TM) – 6) Azman (Honda) 7) Garcia (Honda) …… 22) Carraro (TM)

 

Race 2: 1) Olgado (GasGas) – 2) Ortola (KTM) – 3) Salvador (TM) – 4) Bertelle (KTM) – 5) Ogden (GasGas) – 6) Kelso (KTM) – 7) Azman (Honda) ……… 19) Carraro (TM)

 

Nicola Carraro: “A weekend also complicated by rain during qualifying, but we gained a lot of experience as a result. My races were conditioned by my starting position of course, but the positive is that my bike was competitive, and I was able to maintain a very strong pace, which allowed me to make up ground. I want to thank my team and all the technicians for a great season.”

 

David Salvador: “We’ve finished the season in style, on the podium! I would have liked to win at Valencia, but the races were tough and very hard fought. In race 1 I just missed out on the podium by a few tenths and so I was even more determined to get there in race 2, and I did it. Huge thanks to the team, they’ve worked so hard and allowed me to improve and score strong results.”

 

Raffaele Fusco: “Practice and qualifying went quite well, especially the wet sessions, and I was sure I’d be able to complete solid races. Unfortunately though, I crashed in qualifying and then again in Sunday morning warm-up. As a precautionary measure, the doctors decided I shouldn’t race, although fortunately I feel good. I’m sorry because I didn’t want to end my season in this way, but I take the opportunity to thank the entire TM team with whom I’ve got on so well.”

 

Mattia Serafini – Team Manager: “It was a positive weekend that allowed us to finish this 2021 season with a nice result. Third place and David’s podium in race 1 was like the icing on the cake. Already in the first race our Spaniard rider went close to the podium and then in the next race he did not miss it. The weekend was made difficult by the rain, which fell in free practice and qualifying. If we add to this that our riders have not been on their bikes for almost two months, it is easy to understand how it was certainly not easy to find a good set up for our bikes. I’m sorry for Fusco that he would have done some good races, but a crash during the warm up led the doctors to stop him as a precaution. Salvador was very fast all weekend, supported by a very competitive bike. Carraro paid for the starting position, but then in the race he managed to keep a good pace and recover many positions. It has been a season of growth, which has confirmed the validity of our work”.

 

 

 

2021-11-26T13:01:00+01:0026 November 2021|Uncategorized|

Supermotard: S1GP World Championship – Round 5 Castelletto di Branduzzo

L30 RACING ENDED THE WORLD SEASON IN SECOND PLACE AND GIVE THE MANUFACTURERS TITLE TO TM

THOMAS CHAREYRE IS VICE CHAMPION IN S1GP, SAME FATE FOR VANDI, WHO CLOSES S4 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP IN SECOND PLACE

The L30 Racing Team riding TM Racing m.y. 2021 has ended the World and European Championships in Castelletto di Branduzzo (PV) with a full attack weekend.
The Italian circuit offered very high level races with spectacular contents.
The team led by Ivan Lazzarini tried all out with Thomas Chareyre and Kevin Vandi to recover the top step of the podium in S1GP and S4.
Steve Bonnal in S2 is again on the podium of the day with the third place.

S1GP WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

In S1GP class, Riding the SMX 450 factory at the start: the French champion Thomas Chareyre, and the Estonian Patrick Pals.
In race 1 Thomas Chareyre sprints into second position, then immediately moves on to the leader’s, after overtaking Chareyre maintains the lead with a masterful race closed in first place; Patrick Pals after a bad start will be able to recover some positions, finishing in tenth place.
Race 2 “Fast Race”, Chareyre is fifth on the first lap, but he manages to get up to second place in the few laps available.
Pals starts well and will be the author of a regular race ended again in tenth place.
In the super final Chareyre moves to second place trying to win the final moto, the pace of the Frenchman is excellent and will lead him to finish just over a second behind the leader. Chareyre recovers another ten points in the standings and conquers the second place in the championship by reducing consistently the gap. Pals ends twelfth, obtaining the seventh place of the season.

S2 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP

In S2 class Steve Bonnal and Luca Bozza are always at the start, the Frenchman manages to get on the podium again with the third place of the day.
In race 1 Luca Bozza sprints in fourth position, but is passed by the teammate Bonnal, who after a difficult start will be able to get the fourth place, with Bozza immediately behind.
In race 2 Bonnal got off to a good start, continuing his race with a good pace and finishing third under the checkered flag; the result of race 2 will allow him to also conquer the third place overall.
Bozza is just as fast and at the end of the race he will be fourth behind Bonnal.
Both finish the championship with 181 points in fourth and fifth place respectively.

S4 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP

Also for S4 class the last round of the season, with Kevin Vandi who is the protagonist of a comeback finish in a desperate attempt to win another European title. He will be able to recover many points and come close to victory.
In race 1 Vandi is the fastest at the start and keep the lead for a good part of the race, in the second half of the heat Vandi gives way to two opponents who do not represent problems for the championship as wild cards and manages to earn important points on his direct rival.
Sanchioni starts in third place and after a few laps he manages to conquer the second position, but a small mistake forces him to finish fourth, immediately behind Vandi.
In race 2 Vandi repeats another extraordinary start, keeping the lead for 2 laps, at the end of a hard-fought race he will finished third. The third place in the overall classification and the points earned, allow Vandi to shorten the distances considerably by finishing second in the championship just 2 points from the winner.
Sanchioni with two fourth places, finishes the Castelletto GP and the 2021 European Championship in fourth place.

IVAN LAZZARINI: “We finally come to the end of this intense World Championship season, Tom Chareyre finishes in second place overall here in Castelletto and in the championship, he tried everything to get the title, but the championship went to Schmidt, always on a TM, which wins in the constructors’ championship.
Also in S1 our Patrick Pals finished in seventh place in the championship, a good result for him, with a very regular season, while Monticelli unfortunately had to miss this last round due to his injury.
In the S2 class Steve Bonnal and Luca Bozza finished the European Championship in fourth and fifth place with the same score, a good performance by Steve here in Castelletto, with the third place in this round.
Kevin Vandi had an amazing end of the season, narrowing his gap from the leader to less than 2 points; concludes with a second final place, which leaves us a little sad. But these are the races.
Sanchioni touches the podium of the championship, finishing fourth, however a very positive season for him.
A truly challenging 2021, with great performances and a too many mistakes, see you in 2022 to reconfirm the constructors’ title and climb to the top step of the drivers’ rankings!”

2021-10-20T16:53:21+02:0020 October 2021|Racing, Racing|

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