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Moto3: San Carlo backs FMI

Familiar San Carlo colours to continue in motorcycle grand prix following FMI deal.
San Carlo, having concluded its long associated with Gresini, will remain in the grand prix paddock after signing as title sponsor for the FMI Moto3 squad of rookie race winner Romano Fenati and new signing Francesco Bagnaia.

In addition, San Carlo will back the FMI's entry in the European Superstock 600 class and also support a scholarship for up-and-coming Italian riders.

"I am proud and happy to announce a new partnership for this season with Team Italia FMI," said San Carlo president Alberto Vitaloni.

"Together we will be in the Moto3 class with young talents Romano Fenati and Fenati Bagnaia and the European Superstock 600 class with Franco Morbidelli and Alessandro Nocco: categories which breed champions of the future."


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