RMU Racing back on track for the second round at Mugello

Reggio Emilia, April 23rd 2019 – The second round of races of CIV 2019 is approaching and will take place at Mugello Circuit with the usual double date on April 27th and 28th. For RMU Racing Team the two Moto 3 riders Matteo Boncinelli and Mattia Rato are ready to get back on track; while for the PreMoto 3 RMU will line up Andrea Natali.

The first race weekend at Misano Adriatico represented a positive debut for the two Moto 3 rookies Boncinelli and Rato, who scored points on both races and now find themselves in 7th and 14th position respectively in the general standings. In PreMoto 3 Andrea Natali had instead finished with two tenths places. In preparation for the new appointment, RMU Racing carried out tests at the Mugello Circuit, which gave positive results in terms of timing and sensations of the riders, as confirmed by Team Coordinator Alessandro Ruozi:

“The tests at Mugello in preparation for the races were very positive despite the poor weather conditions. Timings are good and not far from the championship leaders. Riders are working hard and they are mentally ready for the new round. These tests were very useful to further improve the set-up of the bikes, now we just have to get back on the track and give our best”.

Competition program

On Thursday 25th March three free practice sessions will take place. Friday 26th will be dedicated to free practice and the first qualifications, scheduled at 3.55pm for PreMoto3 and at 4.25pm for Moto3. The second qualifying rounds will be held on Saturday 27th at 9.30am and 10am. Race 1 Moto3 will start at 1.30pm, while PreMoto 3 will start at 4pm. Sunday 28th Race 2 is scheduled at 2.45pm for Moto 3 and at 5.05pm for PreMoto3.

Calendar 2019

Round 2: 27-28 April, Mugello International Circuit

Round 3: 29-30 June, Imola Autodromo Enzo and Dino Ferrari

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”


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