It continues at the Autodromo di Varano the season of CIV Junior for Bucci Moto, with the team from Felino which in its home race continued on the positive wave started from Magione and Varano, with Luca Maria Casagrande Contardi and the returning Loris Capriolo who completed another positive weekend for the colours of Bucci Moto team.
Luca Maria Casagrande Contardi, in fact, got the fourth position in race 1, but, above all, was able to jump again on the podium in the second, confirming himself at the top of the MiniGP 50 category in its debut year, consolidating the fourth position in the overall standing, fully in the fight for the title, down by just 28 points from the leader.
Positive also the comeback on track of Loris Capriolo after the injury, with the very young rider from Bucci Moto who got his confidence back with BR12GP2T and in race 2, after a good eight place in the first one, was fighting for the win with all the group, having set also the fastest lap of the race at that moment, but a crash forced him to retire from a race, which anyway can ben considered a positive feeling about Capriolo’s potential, who will target a revenge starting from the next race.
For the team of Claudio Bucci then another positive weekend, which saw the team coming back again on the podium and be able to show its competitiveness in a championship in which the team is debuting this year, reason why the satisfaction and proudness about the results is even higher, with the clear target to continue on this way.
Luca Maria Casagrande Contardi and Loris Capriolo will be racing in the next round of CIV Junior on 10th and 11th july at Modena, with the clear target to continue with the good results scored.
Claudio Bucci: “I am very satisfied about being able to celebrate another podium in the CIV Junior MiniGP 50 with our Luca Maria Casagrande Contardi, at the end onf a weekend in which we always fought for the first positions and from which we go with even more confidence and faith in ourselves. I am very happy also about the comeback of Loris Capriolo, who after being forced to miss Modena, came back with lot of strenght and after an eighth place in race 1 he was making an outstanding race 2, ended unfortunately with a crash, which doesn’t change what good he made. I’m confident that in Modena, for the 4th round, both Luca Maria and Loris will be able to improve even more and we are ready to give them our maximum support to do it. I want to thank all the people, companies and sponsors which support us and now we get ready for our next appointments between CIV and CIV Junior, which we’ll see us very busy in july!”