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Another year on two wheels with Marco Bezzecchi in Moto2.

The passion for the wood is not the only one for the Garbelotto family. The motorbikes, in fact, are between the things that Antonio, Renza and Marco love the most. The love for speed, that turned to be for Marco a second job as the young pilots’ manager, led the Garbelotto family to support the talent of Italian drivers in the most important international events.  After being sponsor of Manuel Pagliani in the MotoGp championship in 2017 and in FIM CEV Moto3 in 2018 and of Enea Bastianini in the MotoGP championship in 2018 in the Moto3 category, this year is the turn of Marco Bezzecchi, who will compete in the Moto2 of the World Championship.

So, this year as well, the logo of the Parchettificio Garbelotto will be around the world on the helmet of the champion, hoping it will step to the podium as many times as possible.

On the gas, Bez!

Marco Bezzecchi

He was born in the land of speed, Rimini, on 12 November 1998. He is only 20 years old and he can already boast a third place in the MotoGP world championship, gained in 2018 by riding his KTM RC 250 GP in the team Redox PrustelGP.

His passion for the two wheels dates back to his childhood: when he was only six he received his first mini motorbike as a birthday gift and he has never taken the helmet off ever since. In 2015 Bez rode his first race in the world championship in Moto3 as substitution. In 2017, he had his first season as main pilot in the Moto3 category. The 2018 is the turning year, which leads Marco to end the season in the third place of the world championship.

Garbelotto with Bez in Moto2

In the 2019 season Marco Bezzecchi will ride in Moto2 for the team Red Bull KTM Tech 3 and we are with him, race after race, as sponsor and supporters.

Marco Bezzecchi is one of the ten pilots of the Academy VR46, funded by the great Valentino Rossi, together with Franco Morbidelli, Lorenzo Baldassarri, Luca Marini, Nicolò Bulega, Denis Foggia, Celestino Vietti Ramus, Niccolò Antonelli and Andrea Migno.

We are sure it will be a great season! 

Calendar

Gran Prix Date
Qatar 10/03/2019
Argentina 31/03/2019
Delle Americhe 14/04/2019
Spagna 05/05/2019
Francia 19/05/2019
Italia 02/06/2019
Catalogna 16/06/2019
Olanda 30/06/2019
Germania 07/07/2019
Repubblica Ceca 04/08/2019
Austria 11/08/2019
Gran Bretagna 25/08/2019
San Marino 15/09/2019
Aragona 22/09/2019
Thailandia 06/10/2019
Giappone 20/10/2019
Australia 27/10/2019
Malesia 03/11/2019
Valencia 17/11/2019

Ranking

Driver Rank
Lorenzo Baldassarri 50
Remy Gardner 33
Marcel Schrotter 26
Alex Marquez 25
Thomas Luthi 20
Luca Marini 17
Brad Binder 15
Enea Bastianini 14
Iker Lecuona 13
Augusto Fernandez 11
Sam Lowes 10
Jorge Navarro 8
Andrea Locatelli 8
Xavi Vierge 6
Somkiat Chantra 6
Fabio Di Giannantonio 5
Tetsuta Nagashima 4
Khairul Pawi 3
Jesko Raffin 3
Bo Bendsneyder 2
Jorge Martin 1