MISANO WORLD CIRCUIT - 19 JULY 2020 ERCOLANI LEADER IN MISANO
A hard fought race 2, the YSS-SUSPENSION riders asked the suspension technicians to work in detail, to give them even more feeling while riding, to have perfection in a very hot afternoon, which provides a great competition. Emiliano Ercolani # 9 imposes his leadership and reconfirms the first step of the podium, but Leonardo Battaglini # 117 gets on the second step, finding a perfect feeling with his bike, third place is Stefano Mora, who improves on the previous race.
MISANO WORLD CIRCUIT - 18 JULY 2020 ERCOLANI WINS THE FIRST RACE OF 2020
Everything is ready for the race of 18 July 2020.
The YSS technicians make the final adjustments to the suspensions, the riders are ready to compete in the race for 8 adrenaline laps. Immediately Emiliano Ercolani # 9 finds the maximum feeling with the bike and establishes himself on the first step of the podium of the YSS-SUSPENSION ranking, second Anastassia Kovalenko and third Stefano Mora.
MISANO WORLD CIRCUIT - EMILIANO ERCOLANI OVER ALL
In the second qualification, Anastassia Kovalenko #47 tries to take the lead over Emiliano Ercolani #9, but at the end of the test, it is still rider # 9 who does the best time and starts ahead of the Estonian rider. Stefano Mora #81 and Bettina Pfister #16 also improved in the time trial, competing for the YSS-SUSPENSION classification.
MISANO WORLD CIRCUIT - THE BATTLE OF THE FIRST QUALIFICATION
We are in Misano for the first round of the Yamaha R3 cup, where YSS-THAILAND will be present with its own support structure, where Andrea Fabretti and his YSS collaborators are at the head to give support to the riders who compete for the podium of the ranking YSS.
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MISANO WORLD CIRCUIT - 18 LUGLIO 2020
FIRST OFFICIAL QUALIFY
In the first qualification, the rider Emiliano Ercolani # 9 took the provisional pole for the YSS-THAILAND ranking, followed by Leonardo Battaglini # 117 and the Estonian rider Anastassia Kovalenko # 47. Ercolani (with a time of 1'56 "925) and Battaglini (with a time of 1'56" 940), finished the first qualification with very little distance.