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Kevin Manfredi after missing Round 1 of the Italian Speed ​​Championship and the winter tests with Team Penta Motorsport due to a bad injury in MotoE, is now back on track also in CIV SBK on the occasion of the second round of the Championship, showing an excellent progression and professionalism in work.

Round after round, the Spezzino together with the technicians of Penta and the Andreani Group has always obtained improvements, bringing the Suzuki GSX-R 1000 back to important positions within the National Superbike, with times and results that have not been seen for years and constantly in the top. 10.

Kevin: "It was not an easy weekend, the unstable weather conditions did not facilitate our work, but we did well to progress until we reached 5th place in Race 2 for a few laps, which was then vanished due to the fall of another rider. which forced me to go off the track and lose positions.

I am happy with how we have worked with the team and the technicians, we have grown with each entry and thus we have laid the foundations for the rest of the season. "

Kevin ends the weekend with 8th position in qualifying, 9th position in Race 1 and 7th in Race 2 where he held the top 5 for a few laps.

These results in a difficult circuit like Vallelunga bode well in view of the next championship rounds and the next tests where Kevin and the Penta Motorsport Team will try to further improve their results and their speed on the track.

The rider who has just returned home will have to leave immediately for Round 2 of the MotoE at the Le Mans circuit scheduled for this weekend.

Kevin thanks all the sponsors and technical partners of the 2022 season.



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