Il Team Magneti Marelli Checkstar, Athena e Tony Cairoli per il terzo anno insieme al Monza Rally Show
Il team Magneti Marelli Checkstar e Tony Cairoli saranno ancora protagonisti nel magico scenario dell’Autodromo di Monza. Il pilota di Patti sarà infatti, per il terzo anno consecutivo, uno dei personaggi più attesi del Monza Rally Show, in programma dal 27 al 29 novembre.La Citroen DS3 WRC di Cairoli, è stata presentata alla stampa nella prima giornata di EICMA dedicata ai media.Ci sono grandi aspettative per l’otto volte campione del mondo di motocross, dopo il sesto posto dello scorso anno e il recente trionfo ottenuto al RallyLegend di San Marino. Il sodalizio con il team Magneti Marelli Checkstar e Athena continua a riservare grandi soddisfazioni a Tony anche sulle quattro ruote: una partnership caratterizzata dalla sintonia fra eccellenze italiane del mondo dei motorsport.La presentazione è avvenuta, presso lo stand Athena, visto il rapporto di collaborazione che unisce il pilota siciliano e la nostra azienda. Sabato 21 novembre sempre presso lo stand Athena, Cairoli si è concesso a un bagno di folla con i suoi fan accorsi alla 73esima edizione di EICMA. “Sono felice di presentare la macchina con cui correrò al Rally di Monza, in una cornice importante come quella dell'EICMA." - ha dichiarato Tony Cairoli.
Athena will exhibit at Eicma, The biggest event in the world dedicated to 2 Wheels. Come and visit us at Hall 11, Booth M48 with new products, signing sessions with Off-road champions and exclusive events.
Athena is also proud to host at its booth Tony Cairoli's car, that will race at the next Monza Rally Show. That car will be presented at Eicma in two events:
- Presentation for press and journalists Tuesday 17th November
- Presentation to the public Saturday 21st November
Athena presents the new standard and big bore cylinder kits for the flagship enduro bike from Yamaha, which can now be installed also in the latest E.I. bikes. In these new cylinder kits, the nickel silicium coated cylinder is matched with a forged piston lighter than the OE, to reach best performances and reliability. The kit is bolt on, ready to be installed in the engine without any modification and the gaskets have been developed using last generation technologies. Read and download here the technical datasheets:
MX of Nations: Ernée (France) - 27.09.2015
Ernée, north-west of France, was the track of the MX 2015 last race, with the MXoN 2015. As expected, with many teams without their best riders, there has been the duel between Team France and Team USA.
French Team, with Romain Febvre, Marvin Musquin and Gautier Paulin beat the US Team with Justin Barcia, Cooper Webb and Jeremy Martin at the end of three exciting rounds.
Third place for Team Belgium, with Van Horebeek, Lieber and De Dycker.
We would highlight the great results of Athena GET; 8 in 9 bikes on the podium used our electronics, with GP1 Evo ECU and M40 Data acquisition system.
This was the last race of 2015 Season and we’re already waiting for a new exciting 2016 World Championship.
Round 18: GP of USA - Glen Helen - 20.09.2015
Sun, sea and motocross. The legendary American soil of California has hosted the final race of the 2015 season on the track at Glen Helen situated near San Bernardino, about one hundred kilometers from Los Angeles. The American track, "main target" for all the motocross fans around the world, went on stage the last act of the "regular season." With the title of MXGP already assigned, the dominant motif of the American race was the return to competition of Antonio Cairoli. Defending champion, always riding his KTM 450 SX-F supported by Athena - GET after five rounds of forced absence due to the injury to his left elbow, and was featured in the spotlight. In the first heat he managed to win the fifth place finish after starting at the top, marking the fastest lap, which showed that his speed on the track is always a reference for all the riders involved in the race. The victory of the day went into the hands of the new world champion Romain Febvre that riding his Yamaha 450 factory equipped with the GP1 EVO ECU and data acquisition system M40. In the top ten of the day closed Jeremy Van Horebeek (Yamaha Factory Racing Yamalube) competing with the data acquisition system and M40 and Tommy Searle (Red Bull KTM Factory) that were ranked eighth and ninth respectively in the rankings of GP. In MX2 instead, the games were more hard with the world title to be allocated during the last two motos of the season. In contention he had been the young Latvian Pauls Jonass (Red Bull KTM Factory) but had to be content to receive at the end of the race the silver medal of vice world champion. Jonass had arrived with eighteen points of delay from the top of the overall and despite attempts to catch up is not successful in bringing his KTM 250 SX-F supported by Athena - GET to the top of the world. For Jonass it was still a very good season closed with a deserved and unexpected second place overall. The Swiss Valentin Guillod (Standing Construct Yamaha Yamalube) making the most of his Yamaha equipped with the control unit GP1 Evo and the data acquisition system M40 closed the championship close from the podium with a fourth place in the overall classification. In American soil was the author of two great motos ending the GP in third place overall. The season of motocross will arrive to the end next Sunday, at the track of Ernée, France, which will host the the Motocross of Nations 2015.