Iddon wins but Delepine brings the red plate home from Busca

17.09.2007: Iddon wins but Delepine brings the red plate home from Busca

This weekend’s Grand Prix of Alpi Del Mare had a few surprises to show the 6000 spectators, who saw both Bernd Hiemer and Jerome Giraudo come back to the podium.

With sunny weather conditions, which actually became cloudy in the middle of the afternoon, Adrien Chareyre won his second Grand Prix of the season, ahead of a solid Bernd Hiemer.

In the S2 class, Christian Iddon was the eventual winner ahead of Davide Gozzini; the two had a score to settle after Gozzini’s incredible overtaking manoeuvre at Pleven, and today was Iddon’s revenge.

Alessandro Tognaccini won his second European Championship round in a row, after Pleven’s first win in the Open class. Chris Hodgson was the eventual winner of the S3 class, exploiting a first moto crash of leaders Tommaso Iacoboni and Baptiste Rheims, tangling up with each other at the

final lap.

S1

CH Azzalin’s Adrien Chareyre rode solid and clinched a couple of second places, to win the Grand Prix ahead of a renewed Bernd Hiemer, who was on the podium for the first time since he had moved to the S1 class. The German of KTM Italia Miglio was ahead of Aprilia Off Road’s Jerome Giraudo, who rounded off the podium after battling it out with Hiemer in both heats. Thierry Van Den Bosch, who crashed in heat two, and Ivan Lazzarini rounded off the top five.

 

S1 GRAND PRIX RACE 1

Thierry Van Den Bosch was the winner of the opening moto, where he worked his way up after Adrien Chareyre’s holeshot. VDB moved past Thomas Chareyre and started to chase early leader Adrien, who slowed down at the sky section, but Thomas moved in front of both.

Unfortunately the younger of the Chareyre’s had a technical problem and dnf’d; the battle was again between Adrien and VDB, but the latter passed and pulled away with the lead, leaving his rival behind in second place.

Jerome Giraudo secured the third place after he got rid of a strong Ivan Lazzarini, who dropped down to an eventual fifth behind Bernd Hiemer. The latter tried several times to pass Giraudo, but was a bit more of second behind at the chequered flag.

 

S1 GRAND PRIX RACE 2

Thomas Chareyre was a man out for revenge in this heat, and once he got the lead at lap four, he never looked back at his brother Adrien and rode to a well deserved win. Adrien rode for the points, as his closest rival in the Championship crashed and was not a danger anymore.

With Adrien finishing second, VDB showed a perfect demonstration of the champion’s attitude, rejoining the race from 12th place and working his way up to an eventual eighth.

Bernd Hiemer, who ended third, took his revenge on Giraudo, who chased the cold-blooded German from very close but never found an open door. The Frenchman settled down in fourth place ahead of his toughest opponent of the day, Ivan Lazzarini, who stopped a lot of Giraudo’s attacks in this final heat.

 

S2

Christian Iddon of Aprilia Off Road came back to victory, which was his second of the season after Torino’s maiden triumph. TM Factory’s Davide Gozzini, who won the latest GP in front of Iddon, brought the bike home in second place ahead of CH Azzalin’s Gerald Delepine, who fought his hardest despite a problem with the plastics of his bike in heat one.

Attilio Pignotti lost the red plate, which is now Delepine’s, and also ended his four podium row by finishing fourth overall, ahead of Nestor Jorge.

 

S2 GRAND PRIX RACE 1

Gerald Delepine lead the pack into the first corner, but Christian Iddon and Davide Gozzini, who both passed Attilio Pignotti at the first corner when the Italian went wide, followed the Belgian like two pit-bulls.

Iddon was controlling Delepine’s lines, when an excited Gozzini passed first the Brit and then Delepine all in one lap.

Iddon knew he had the speed to catch up with Gozzini, but Delepine fought tooth and nail for the second place, before surrendering to Iddon with four laps to go.

Gozzini in the meantime had pulled away with the lead, and had opened up a safe gap to secure the victory. Iddon brought the bike home in second place ahead of Delepine, whose radiator’s left plastics broke down, making each left corner a hassle.

Attilio Pignotti watched the whole battle from the fourth place, while Luca Minutilli moved up from ninth to fifth.

 

S2 GRAND PRIX RACE 2

Local Superider Paolo Gaspardone took the holeshot, but was too nervous at his first time on the lead, and dropped down to an eventual ninth. He handed the first place to Delepine, but the Belgian had once again Iddon on his tail.

Hard working Iddon put pressure on Delepine, who made a mistake in the sky section and gifted his rival with the lead. Despite Delepine put massive pressure on the Aprilia leader, the latter never surrendered and finished first, clinching also the overall.

On the other hand Delepine brought the bike home with the second place, which guaranteed him the red plate, and Gozzini made up for a difficult start –he almost tangled up with another Superider at turn one- finishing third.

Gozzini’s last lap manoeuvre was on Jorge, who was cruising in third place thanks to friend and Superbike rider Ruben Xaus’ advices –Xaus was here visiting; the Spaniard finished fourth, ahead of Pignotti and Minutilli, who put in another good performance.

 

IN THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS

S1 series leader Adrien Chareyre has now a 27 point advantage over runner up Thierry Van Den Bosch. Thomas Chareyre is still third, ahead of Jerome Giraudo and Bernd Hiemer, who both moved in front of Kevin Berthome. The latter crashed in the final heat.

In the S2 class, the new leader is Gerald Delepine, but his advantage over runner up Attilio Pignotti is a small bunch of points –five. Third placed Gozzini has made up ground on Pignotti, and is currently only twelve points behind, while Christian Iddon and Nestor Jorge still round off the top five.

 

UEM-EUROPEAN SUPERMOTO CHAMPIONSHIP

Chris Hodgson, winner of heat one, won an eventful S3 round, which started with leaders Tommaso Iacoboni and Baptiste Rheims’ crash at the final lap of the first heat. Series leader Rheims actually finished second overall, increasing by five points his lead over Iacoboni. The latter won the final heat but finished third on the podium, ahead of Edgardo Borella and Riccardo Peroni, who rounded off the top five.

In the Open class, Alessandro Tognaccini repeated the victory of the latest round in Bulgaria, winning the first heat and finishing third in the final heat. Heino Meusburger was second on the podium ahead of poleman Michele Cannistraro, who crashed in the opening heat.

Gabriele Gianola and Federico Cantarello rounded off the top five, while final heat winner Alberto Dall’Era finished seventh because of a dnf in heat one. Second placed in the Championship Lionel Deridder defended his status by finishing fourteenth overall, which was better than third placed Luca De Angelis, seventeenth at Busca.

 

WHAT’S NEXT

After this penultimate round, both Titles will be taken at what is going to be a breathtaking finale in Greece. The Grand Prix of Greece will be held on the 21st of October, but in two weeks there will be the second edition of the FIM SuperMoto of Nations (September 30) at the fabulous track of Franciacorta, Italy.

 

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