The Le Mans crowd will again be able to applaud the disabled drivers of the international race organized in support of the MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 events.
the Grand Prix de France created the event in 2017, organizing for the first time in a MotoGP round a handicap race, the International Bridgestone Handy Race. at the initiative of pilots Stéphane Paulus and Emiliano Malagoli, the event was born thanks to the support of Lucio Cecchinello, the organization of the Grand Prix de France as well as the Dorna and the federations.
and this world premiere was able to reach the well-to-do public of Le Mans, who warmly encouraged these distinguished and valiant drivers, in the rain during the practice sessions and then under the discreet sun of the late afternoon of Saturday for the race. from around the world, thirty men and women took the track, riding 600cc and 1000cc, proving if necessary that their disability had not in any way deprived them of their passion for the bike and their competitive spirit .
see also: GP de France: a new forum to meet the strong demandthe success of Ulla Kulju (women's category), Maurizio Castelli (600cc) and Daniele Barbero (1000cc) can not be ignored, so the Le Mans crowd will have the opportunity to attend a new event of the International Bridgestone Handy Race this year. "In view of the success and enthusiasm generated by this event, the French Motorcycle Grand Prix could only be the scene of a second edition of this unprecedented event in the framework of the MotoGP World Championship", confirm the organizers of the event. Grand Prix.
go to Le Mans from May 18th to 20th for the fifth round of the MotoGP season.
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