Internazionali d’Italia 24MX Series: the countdown begins – Gajser, Prado, Guadagnini, Renaux, Watson and more

Many novelties are ready to start: De Carli’s GASGAS, Lupino with the new Beta, the return of Team HRC and the confirmation of Factory Team Kawasaki and Team Yamaha. There will be two unmissable races in Sardinia and streamed live against payment.

The motocross racing season is ready and begins, as always, with the Internazionali d’Italia, this year sponsored by 24MX. The 2022 edition is full of novelties, starting with the calendar which includes two confirmed events on the weekends of January 30 and February 6. Two races that follow one another, both in the magnificent Sardinia. It starts from the “il Lazzaretto” track in Alghero (as already happened in 2016) and then heads towards the inevitable Riola Sardo track (OR), which will also be the scene of a championship GP of the world this year. The format has been confirmed which includes two rounds for the 125 class and a race for MX2 and MX1 and the final match of the Supercampione in which we will find the best of both categories.

As always, many protagonists and important debuts are expected at the start: the first is certainly the De Carli team with the new GASGAS bikes ridden by Mattia Guadagnini, Jorge Prado and Simon Langenfelder. But also the new partnership of Alessandro Lupino on the Team SDM Beta, alongside Van Horebeek. The Factory Team Yamaha MXGP and MX2 teams will also be on the track, with new champion Maxime Renaux ready to show off on the 450. In the Top category we will also find Nicholas Lapucci and his Fantic Maddii Racing; a debut that aroused great interest, unfortunately mitigated by a recent injury suffered by Lapucci, who continues his winter preparation. Fantic will also show its bikes in MX2 and 125.

But, very importantly, we will find Team Honda HRC managed by Gariboldi on the track, with Tim Gajser ready to regain the title of Champion after his absence during the 2021 edition. There is also the MX2 Team Honda 114 with the new CRF250R managed by Giacomo Gariboldi. Ben Watson will also make his debut with the official Kawasaki in the MXGP class, while Febvre will be absent due to an injury suffered in Paris SX. Continuing with the list of teams and riders, we mention the F&H Kawasaki team, the SM Action with the GASGAS motorcycles of Forato and Adamo, the debut of Valerio Lata in MX2 with the KTM MRT and the new TM MX 250F ride of Scuteri. To these will be added many others, whose registrations have just opened.

Unfortunately the two races, Alghero and Riola will not admit the presence of public on the spot. They will be broadcast live for payment. All the ways to use the service will be announced shortly.

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