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MotoGP, Il Volo sings the national anthem at the Mugello Italian GP

The famous trio will kick off the MotoGP race on Sunday, June 11th singing Mameli’s Hymn under a sky tinged with green, white, and red by the Frecce Tricolori

MotoGP: Il Volo sings the national anthem at the Mugello Italian GP


An exceptional trio will be making the MotoGP Sunday at Mugello even more special. For the first time on the starting grid of the Italian GP of the World Championship’s premier class, the honor will be going to the very famous singing group, Il Volo, with tenors Piero Barone and Ignazio Boschetto and baritone Gianluca Ginoble. Il Volo won the 2015 Sanremo Festival with their song “Grande amore” and came in third at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. 

Il Volo was the first Italian group to have signed a contract with Geffen, the major US record label. The three singers will make the entertainment offered on the track by the MotoGP, Moto2, and Moto3 champions even more exciting with an exhibition crowned by the passage of the Frecce Tricolori aerobatic group a little before  2 pm. A show that will tinge the sky above the Top Class starting line-up with green, white, and red for a grand Italian celebration.


Translated by Leila Myftija

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