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Car: Faggioli wins 51st Aci Vallecamonica Trophy

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(ANSA) – BRESCIA, 01 JUN – An announced success for Simone Faggioli at the 51st Vallecamonica Trophy, the time trial organized by the Automobile Club Brescia held last weekend. The validity for the Italian Hill Climb Championship, for the North Mountain Speed ​​Italian Trophy and for the Centro Nord Autostoriche Zone Trophy brought as many as 250 drivers to the Malegno-Ossimo-Borno ramps for a motor festival on one of the most uphill tracks. appreciated in Italy.

The Norma Bardahl M20 FC of the multiple Italian and European champion marched towards success despite the pouring rain during the two heats of the competition. Only a clearing in the final allowed the drivers to risk even the intermediate tires or slicks. Faggioli set the best time in both climbs, finishing with a total of 8’04.36 and a best set of 3’57.13 – results far from the dry records of 2021. “I’m happy it wasn’t an easy race.

In the dry, perhaps we had more advantage over our rivals, in today’s conditions it was difficult to understand how to tackle the race: the asphalt changed very quickly. We chose the right tire for the second heat and the victory came, which is very important for the rest of the championship “, commented Faggioli. Behind him Domenico Scola finished second in 8’25.91, and Achille Lombardi, third in 8 ‘ 29.71.

In the very long group of starters there were many who deserved a trophy. In Racing Start Oronzo Montanaro (Mini Cooper S) won, in Racing Start Plus joy for Angelo Gambassini (Honda Civic), while in Racing Start Cup a deserved success for Ilario Bondioni (Audi Rs3 Tct Dsg). Andrea Crivellaro (Peugeot 106 S16) won in Prod S, while Alessio Armeni (Peugeot 106 Rallye) celebrated in Prod E. In Group N victory in pink for Gabriella Pedroni (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX), in Group A Cesare Brusa honored the uphill debut of the Ford Fiesta WRC Plus. In E1 Italy Giuseppe Aragona got all behind with his Volkswagen Golf MK7 . (HANDLE).

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