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MotoGP, Frecce Tricolore return to the skies of Mugello for the Italian GP

The aerobatic team will perform on Sunday shortly before the start of the MotoGP to celebrate the centennial anniversary of the Italian Air Force

MotoGP: Frecce Tricolore return to the skies of Mugello for the Italian GP

The Italian Grand Prix scheduled from June 9th to 11th at the Autodromo del Mugello shouldn’t be  missed. The Frecce Tricolori will fly over the Tuscan skies and color  the MotoGP grid green, white, and red on Sunday, June 11th, just before 2 pm, for a grand celebration, making the show on the track offered by the MotoGP, Moto2, and Moto3 champions even more exciting.

The Italian aerobatic team, which hasn’t performed since 2018, will highlight to the other “soloists” on the track: the riders of the Ducatis, which lead the World Championship with World Champion Pecco Bagnaia, followed by the VR46 rider, Marco Bezzecchi, second by only one point from the leader, Aprilia riders Maverick Vinales and Aleix Espargaro, and all the other Italian riders engaged in the premier class, Moto2, Moto3, MotoE, and Red Bull Rookies Cup that, this year, lined up the rider from Scarperia, Guido Pini, who has already been on the podium at Le Mans. 

The flight over Mugello by the most famous aerobatic team in the world will greet all the fans who will flock to Mugello to cheer their champions. The Italian flag, which characterizes the curbs of the Mugello track will, therefore, also be the protagonist in the skies on Sunday, June 11th for a day of sport and entertainment in the sign of Italianness. The celebration will be even more special because the centennial anniversary of the Italian Air Force (1923-2023) will be celebrated.


Translated by Leila Myftija

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