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Andrea Piccini wins in Le Mans Series at Imola!

For a few minutes around half of the race, the track "Enzo e Dino Ferrari" in Imola has rocked the dream of an exceptional and unprecedented double win for Piccini brother, Andrea and Giacomo both winners in the same event but with different cars different categories. But unfortunately Giacomo had to raise the white flag while Andrea has repeated his triumph at the Nurburgring in the GT Open with another personal affirmation in the second.

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Andrea Piccini wins at Nurburgring after a fantastic race!

A masterpiece of Andrea Piccini at Nurburgring in Race 2 of the first appointment of International GT Open 2014: thanks to a thrilling comeback in the final minutes, the driver of Sansepolcro led the team AF Corse to the victory in the GTS class with its Ferrari 458 Italia GT3. After the change with his team mate Giorgio Roda, Piccini was protagonists of an incredible second hal of the race: from the eighth position, he.

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Andrea Piccini on AF Corse’s Ferrari 458 GT3 at Nurburgring for the first GT Open round

The next weekend Andrea Piccini will come back on track: the 35 year-old driver from Sansepolcro will be at the wheel of a Ferrari 458 GT3 for the International GT Open race. In the first round of the GT european series, Andrea will share the car with Giorgio Roda, promising young driver and son of Gianluca Roda, who for several years running in the most important international endurance races paired with Paolo Ruberti. Ruberti will be also teammate of Giorgio in GT.

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Bitter disappointment for Marc VDS at Spa

The Marc VDS Racing Team's challenge for the 24 Hours of Spa title ended in disappointment with retirement for all three cars. The #3 car with Maxime Martin, Bas Leinders and Yelmer Buurman was running in a strong second place when it expired in the thirteenth hour. It joined the #4 car of Markus Palttala, Nick Catsburg and Henri Moser, which led for long periods before retiring in the eleventh hour and the.

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Andrea Piccini at Paul Ricard fot the Blancpain Endurance Series

The Marc VDS Racing Team will arrive at the South of France with motivation to score good points after a disappointing start to the season. They will also do so with a slightly different driving up: #3 remains Maxime Martin, Yelmer Buurman and Bas Leinders but #4 sees Markus Palttala and Henri Moser team up with Andrea Piccini, as Nick Catsburg is unavailable due to injury. The Blancpain Endurance Series has proved a.

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