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Injury Update: Nicholas Lapucci

Italian suffers setback.

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SDM Corse’s Nicholas Lapucci has delivered the bad news that he’s suffered injuries to his ankle and knee following his shocking crash at round two of the 2023 Italian International Championship at Trentino last weekend.


Words: Edward Stratmann | Lead Image: Davide Messora


Having contested nine rounds of MXGP in 2022 aboard his Fantic and finished second in the Italian Championship, this certainly wasn’t the start to 2023 the former Italian champ and EMX250 winner wanted with his new team.

“Had one of my biggest and scariest crashes ever this past weekend. Could be worse than an ankle and knee injury but it’s just a matter of time and I’ll be back stronger. Thanks team SDM Corse and all of you for the messages and support,” he explained.

No time frame on when he’ll be back has been provided yet, but we wish him all the best for a smooth and speedy recovery in his quest to return to racing in both MXGP and the Italian Championship aboard his Husqvarna.

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Federico Tuani comes close to scoring points in Trentino Europe

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Federico Tuani of the AIT Racing team came close to score points in the fourth round of the MX2 World Championship in Arco di Trento. Tuani finished twenty-first in the first moto and rode inside the top fifteen for a long time in the second moto until his chain broke and he was forced to retire.

Tuani did not get off to a good start in the first heat, but the riding went well and he also managed to set good lap times. In the end he fell just short of scoring a point and finished twenty-first.

After a good start in the second heat, he was riding in thirteenth position in the beginning. He managed to stay in the top fifteen until the middle of the race, but then fatigue started to set in. Tuani persevered but eventually had to leave the race due to a broken chain.

In qualifying for the EMX250 class, Xavier Cazal was unable to find his rhythm. He tried several times to put a fast lap together but despite his efforts he could not get further than a twenty-first time. This meant that he was a reserve for the heats. Unfortunately he was not allowed to participate in the first heat, but this was the case in the second heat. Cazal managed to cross the finish line in twenty-sixth place in the second moto.

There was also a large turnout in the EMX125 class. Venicslav Toshev managed to set a twenty-seventh time in his group, which was not enough for qualification. Despite this disappointment, Toshev stays positive and he will again strive to achieve a good result in Markelo this Sunday.

This Sunday, several riders from the AIT Racing team will compete in the final of the Dutch Masters of Motocross in Markelo.

Photocredits – Fullspectrum Media

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Dive into the MXGP of Spain with a new episode of the Behind the Gate series

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In this episode we can see a deep analysis on Jorge Prado career so far with a special focus on his home GP in Madrid where all the Spanish fans supported him with a lot of passion.

In addition we’ve spent some time with the RedBull GASGAS Factory Racing Team and his manager Davide De Carli to discover the secret of such a successful team together with Simon Langenfelder and the new talent Marc-Antoine Rossi.

Last but not least we have also some special quote from another Spanish talent, Daniela Guillen that smashed the WMX class at the MXGP of Spain in front of her fans.

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Tim Gajser – The Italian Job | 2024 MXGP Round 3&4 Sardinia, Trentino

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Welcome back to the channel! A double header this week with Sardinia & Trentino back-to-back for Round 3&4 of the MXGP series. Come along with us to Italy as we race in some of the most beautiful places in the World!

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