Moto Guzzi Fast Endurance European Cup:
Varano hosted the first round
On Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 May the Varano racetrack, Italy, hosted the first round of the third edition of the Moto Guzzi Fast Endurance, the monobrand valid as European Cup and dedicated to couples of riders riding Moto Guzzi V7 III bikes.
The event was behind closed doors due to the Covid-19 restrictions and well 31 team (62 riders) fought in both days.
Pole position was taken by the Altinier Motorsport & Biker’s Island team, while the second-best time went to VMS Benty 2 and the third to CheMoto! Rome.
In race 1 the VMS Benty 2 team took the lead in the very early stages, leaving for a little while the first position to the Motoclub dei Rapaci team. Once again leader, the couple ruled until the end in front of CheMoto! Roma and Garage 71, who managed to get the third step of the podium a few minutes before the chequered flag. Fourth position for the polemen due to a bad start.
The team VMS Benty 2 won race2 ruling from start to finish. Second position for the Team Pablo at the end of a hard-fought battle with the team Altinier Motorsport & Biker’s Island, forced to the withdraw after a crash, and the team CheMoto! Roma, third for less than two tenths.
Next race will be on 3rd and 4th July at Vallelunga, Italy.
Race 1 Classification
1. Team VMS Benty 2 (Paolo Bentivogli – Giorgio Bianchi), Italy
2. Che Moto! Roma (Sauro Valentini – Domenico Valenza), Italy
3. Garage 71 (Davide Rossi – Samuele Colonna), Italy
Race 2 Classification
1. VMS Benty 2 (Paolo Bentivogli – Giorgio Bianchi), Italy
2. Team Pablo (Paolo Rovelli – Francesco Curinga), Italy
3. CheMoto! Roma (Sauro Valentini – Domenico Valenza), Italy
1. #77 Team VMS Benty 2
2. #73 CheMoto! Roma
3. #71 Garage 71