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Once renewed the committment in the Italian Championship in the Moto3 and Premoto3 classes, for Bucci Moto it’s time to announce the first rider who will ride the bikes built by Claudio Bucci, revealing the name of the one who will race with the BR17GP3 in its Moto3 version, so powered by the Yamaha 450 engine, as per FMI rules of the category.
An important confirmation, with Matteo Morri, who, after his debut in 2019 CIV Premoto3 with Bucci Moto and having been the first rider to race with the brand new BR17GP3 in 2020, will continue his adventure in the 2021 season with the team directed by Claudio Bucci, for the third consecutive year, the second in the moto3 class.
Last year Morri made an important growth race by race, gaining more times the points zone in the final part of the season, improving himself both on race pace and laptime, showing greath strength, listening the advices from the staff which led him to this growth.
Growth which will be the target also for 2021, always on board the BR17GP3 in Moto3, startinf so from the base of last year, in which Morri had the opportunity to get more confidence on the bike, looking forward to this season which will start in the next april at Mugello, to continue then as usual between Misano, Imola and Vallelunga, for an overall of 6 rounds with double race.
12 races in which Morri and Bucci Moto will give their best to reach their targets, continue the growth of the rider and the development of the bike to get important satisfactions together.
Claudio Bucci: “I’m extremely satisfied to have the opportunity to count again on Matteo Morri to continue our cooperation started over two years ago, which continues with faith and respect. Matteo is an integrant part of our team since the moment we decided to start the adventure in the Italian Championship, he debuted on our Premoto3 to then jump on the Moto3 and we are very happy to continue with him. Last year we grew up together race by race and from that starting point we will restart to grow up even more. We know we have to work, but we are ready to do it and we are happy about the confidence Matteo and his family gave us. Now we can’t wait the first tests and start the 2021 together”.