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Third important announcement for Bucci Moto looking forward the 2021 season which is going to start, with the company from Felino which, after confirming Matteo Morri in Moto3 and agreed with Cristian Basso in Premoto3, today is going to announce a rider who will debut with the BR17GP3 in the Italian Championship this season, making his debut in the most important national championship.
Young rider from Ravenna, will be Nicola Plazzi, coming from CIV Junior, to race with the second Premoto3 created by Claudio Bucci in the Italian Championship, with the emilian team which is going to double its committment in the entry category of the championship, lining up two BR17GP3 250 in the 2021 season.
From Minibikes in 2018, Plazzi then raced in the CNV championship in 2019, finishing 5th overall, to debut then in the CIV Junior Aprilia 250, finishing another time fifth, deciding to switch to Bucci Moto for 2021 in the Italian Championship, in which Nicola will make it’s overall debut at Mugello, in just a bit more than a month, for the first season round.
So Bucci Moto will line up two new faces in its team for Premoto3, with Basso who will be at his third year, while Plazzi at his first, a couple made by two riders with different situations, which will team up thanks to the work of Claudio Bucci’s team’ staff, already started in the first shakedowns, which will continue then in the test which will be made in the next weeks and during the race weekends.
An ambitious project which step by step add pieces to pieces to the one which will be the final lineup in a season in which Bucci moto will be present in the CIV and CIV Junior, in an year which is going to be very important for the team from Felino, and for which Claudio Bucci and his staff are working hard with the target to reach their targets.
Claudio Bucci: “I am really happy to be able to announce our second rider for the CIV Premoto3 and welcome Nicola Plazzi in our team. He will be at his debut, he’s young and he wants to grow up with us, all important skills which convinced us to start this adventure together. Debuting in a difficult championship like premoto3 is it’s not easy, he will need time to adapt, but Nicola has the right skills to be able to do it and we will help him to develop at his best, with the target to reach satisfactions together. Now, with Matteo and Cristian, we can’t wait to go on track with Nicola in the first season tests and in the first round at Mugello!”