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After the retirement in the race at Mugello, I would like to come back strong here, at Barcelona, on a track I really like, hoping that the weekend won’t be compromised by the forearm pain

Ciao Andrea


Andrea Marinelli passed away. Last night, at Pesaro, the owner of Marinelli Cucine, only 46 years old, died.
He was our first supporter. He was the one who protected us. He guided us. With Romano Fenati he established a special friendship. They had an immediate feeling: both hot, blood attitude, direct and true people. They had a no compromise relationship which was good for both, even if together they were “dangerous”. When we live a season as the one of the last year, we would like that never changes. That season was possible thanks to Andrea. With him, last year, we got important results and, guided by his force, we launched in a new ambitious project. “Together we win” was his motto, that became ours.

In this difficult moment the Marinelli Snipers team is close to the Marinelli family, to his wife Simona, his son Alessandro, his brother Massimo, his father Giordano, his mother and to the whole company.
We miss you Andrea.

P7 Race #FrenchGP


It was a hard race but also the best from the beginning of the championship. From Jerez we did a big step ahead and we can stay in the front positions not only in the free practices. We are missing a little bit the experience of the race kilometres, but we’ll arrive. Finally my first points in the world standing, I am happy of those steps and now we are going to Mugello, an amazing track and where we can do well, once again

Grand Prix de France: Free Practices


We worked well in this first free practices day and this is what we expected to do before arriving in Le Mans: to continue our growth. I am satisfied of the feeling with the bike, we are close and we still can improve. We will give our best tomorrow to get a good position on the grid