CIV: Ready for the fourth round of the Italian Championship 2019

Reggio Emilia, 24 July – After a month off, CIV ​​Championship returns to the Misano World Circuit. The fourth round will take place with the usual double date on 27 and 28 July. In the PreMoto 3 category on RMU PM3 Andrea Natali is ready to confirm the progress of the previous round. Matteo Boncinelli and Mattia Rato in the Moto 3 category on KTM are also ready for redemption.

The two rookies arrive from a complicated third round at Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari in Imola. In Race 1 a crash for Rato and a technical problem for Boncinelli ended the race earlier than expected. This did not allow them to recover the gap with the other riders in a Race 2 with very high rhythms. Good performance for Andrea Natali in PreMoto 3. He improved the times over the weekend finishing the races in eighth and seventh position.

On July 15, official tests were scheduled at Mugello Circuit. Due to the adverse weather conditions, however, it was possible to get on track for just one practice session.

Alessandro Ruozi, Team Coordinator:

“Being the second round of the season at Misano, I think we can do races in the top positions. Riders are concentrated, fast and ready to play. The new team is now consolidated and can express itself at best, which is why I am very confident.”

Competition program

Free practice will take place on Thursday 25 in the afternoon and Friday 26 in the morning. On the same day at 3.50pm and 4.20pm there will be Qualifying 1 for PreMoto 3 and Moto 3. Saturday 27 at 09.30am and at 10.00am Qualifying 2 will take place. Race 1 Moto3 will start at 2.00 pm, while PreMoto 3 at 4.20 pm. Sunday 28 Race 2 is scheduled at 2.30pm for Moto 3 and at 4.15pm for PreMoto3.

Calendar 2019

Round 4: 27-28 July, Misano World Circuit “Marco Simoncelli”

Round 5: 21-22 September, Mugello International Circuit

Round 6: 5-6 October, Autodromo Vallelunga “Piero Taruffi”

Livestream

The two-day competition will be broadcast live on Eleven Sports (accessible from the civ.tv website) and on channel 208 of Sky Sport MotoGP HD.