Todd Anderson third spot on the podium over the weekend at Ukraine during the Ternopil Hydro GP

English Translation:

On the Ukrainian lake of Ternopil, great celebrations for Italy that saw two Italian drivers win the gold and silver medals in the F / 250 World Championship.

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Of the 12 participants in the World Championship from 8 different countries, the F / 250 2019 world title went to Claudio Fanzini (opening photo), caorsano of Monticelli d’Ongina, bearer of the Effeci Racing Team, with 60 points total forfeited; world silver of the F / 250 to Andrea Ongari, the Cremona of the Circolo Nautico Chiavenna reached 51 points; the German Ingo Hepner, thanks to the 4th place obtained in the Ukrainian race, instead won the bronze medal (p.43).

At Ternopil, the caorsano champion dominated by winning the three heats held, after having given a great show in the water, battling above all with compatriot Ongari (2nd place of the day) and with Czech David Loukotka (3rd place of the day).

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Fanzini won his third F / 250 career world title today; further confirmation for this very strong blue driver (born in 1979), who this year had already graduated from the European champion in the 250 category.

Well-deserved celebrations also for Andrea Ongari, who ended the 2019 season forfeiting the title of vice world champion (in addition to the silver obtained in July of this year in San Nazzaro d’Ongina in the European championship of the category).

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The 4th stage of the F / 500 World Championship was also held in Ternopil; the race was won by the leader of the standings, the Hungarian Attila Havas, who won two wins and a second place in the three heats held. Havas regulated the Slovak Marion Jung and the Bulgarian Milen Marinov (respectively 2nd and 3rd classified of the day).

Finally, in the 3rd round of the F / 125 World Championship, Polish Sebastian Kecinsky won, regulating respectively compatriot Henryk Synoracki (current leader of the provisional standings) and Bulgarian Victor Lubenov.

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Seventh-ranked the only blue driver in the race, Luca Finotti (from the AMD San ​​Nazzaro of Monticelli).

The F / 500 World Championship will end in Jedovnice (Czech Republic) on 6-8 September, at the same time as the F / 125 World Championship.

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