Rain and cold don’t stop Internazionali d’Italia Motocross SIDI Series: the public was very excited for the great fight on track between the challengers for the title,
Evgeny Bobryshev (HRC) and Jeremy Van Horebeek (Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team). They has been protagonists of exciting races, giving their best till their limit on the sand of international circuit of Pista South Milano. Generally the race-day has been characterized by the great skill of those riders leader in the championships classification, like Cervellin (Honda Martin Technology) in MX2 and Rubini (KTM Silver Action) in 125. Both of them won their respective races ahead of some of the best European riders arrived in Ottobiano to win.
CHAMPION ELITE - EVGENY Bobryshev
In the Elite class, that takes the best 20 riders from MX1 and MX2, Bobryshev takes the lead since the first lap and keeps it until the chequered flag: he is the new Elite Champion of 2016 Internazionali d’Italia Motocross SIDI Series and takes the Money Prize Cheque. Van Horebeek follows him for the entire race: everyone is with bated breath until the finish line watching the risks they take to win. Third classified is Nagl (Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory): he is always the fastest at the start and gains the Holeshot Hurly both in MX1 and in Elite race. Outside the podium arrives Tim Gaijser (Honda Gariboldi), while the first one among the Italian riders is Philippaerts (DP19 Yamaha Racing). At the end of the day, must be noted Bernardini’s (TM FMI Racing) performance: he is the unique 250 rider in the first 10 positions of the Elite classification.
CHAMPION MX1 - VAN HOREBEEK Jeremy
In the previous MX1 race, Van Horebeek wins and gains the champion gold plate among the 450cc. bikes. Second classified is Nagl, who manage to keep behind in third place. Bobryshev, who concludes ahead of Coldenhoff (RedBull KTM Factory Racing) and Leok (KTM), today at his best. Black day for Lupino (Honda RedMoto Assomotor) who has to retire for an unlucky mechanical problem, that doesn’t allow him to be qualified for the Elite final.
CHAMPION MX2 - CERVELLIN Michele
Michele Cervellin (Honda Martin Technology) is the dominator of MX2 class. It’s a great victory by the “policeman” rider, who starts behind, but recovers and passes all the riders, one by one, in order to gain the overall victory and to deserve the title of Internazionali d’Italia MX2 champion. Calvin Vlaanderen (HSF Logistic Motorsport) is second placed, and Henry Jacobi (Honda J-Tech) is third classified; while Furbetta was the fastest at the start and so gets the Holeshot Hurly.
CHAMPION 125 - RUBINI Stephen
It’s the third consecutive victory for the French Stephan Rubini (KTM Silver Action); he wins race#1 and is second placed in race#2, ahead of the best under 17 riders in Europe. Behind him it’s hard fight: Mikkel Haarup (Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory) recovers from the fall of the first manche, wins the secondo one and so gains the second place for only one point on Roan Van de Moosdijk (DP19 Yamaha Racing). Unfortunately Lugana (TM FMI Racing) stays outside the podium for few points, the fall during race#2 compromises the second position of race#1.
It’s so closed the 2016 edition of Internazionali d’Italia SIDI Series, characterized by huge participation of public and great show on track. The only shame has just been problems with the satellite, not depending from OFFROAD proracing, that prevent the fans at home to watch the entire event as well as happende in the previous rounds. The invitation is now for the next events organized by OFFROAD proracing: Internazionali d’Italia Supermoto, Supercross and MX Junior.