It’s Luthi once again: his latest Australian success means one more victory for Accossato Racing

To recap the weekend, here you are the unmissables: two consecutiveas victories for Luthi, as never seen before in his entire carreer and a temporary third position in Moto2 World Championship : quite great, ain’t it ?

Great but not deprived of obstacles : above all,  it’s the rainy weather on Friday and Saturday.

Starting in pole position and maitaining his leadership all along Phillip Island circuit, the Swiss rider eventually allowed an extremely battle-hardened Franco Morbidelli to overtake him, in order to study his N°1 challenger’s race and launch his final attack.

Tom was simply perfect and his successful assault in a flash at Franco Morbidelli was the well diserved ending to such an amazing challenge. 12 thousandths of seconds between the two riders were enough to drive viewers crazy, included his teams’ members.

After his umpteenth victory, Luthi is now 22 scores away from ranking leadership, still occupied by Zarco.

See you all in Malaysia!

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Luthi desembarca en Australia: otro éxito y una victoria más para Accossato Racing

Segundo éxito consecutivo de Luthi por primera vez en toda su carrera y tercer lugar provisorio en el Mundiál Moto2:  imperdible fin de semana que vio al piloto suizo protagonista, junto a Accossato Racing.

A pesar de su éxito, este round australiano no puede decirse haya sido carente de dificultades: antes que todo, la pluya incesante entre el Viernes y el Sabado. Partido de la primera linea y luchando para mantener su primero lugar a lo largo del circuito de Phillip Island, finalmente Luthi se hizo adelantar por un muy aguerrido Franco Morbidelli. Sin embargo, esto le pirmitió estudiar a los pasos de su retador, para preparar su ataque final.

Tom condució perfectamente durante toda la copetición, consiguiendo ganar enseguida contra Franco Morbidelli: los 12 milésimos de distancia entre los dos pilotos, le han vuelto locos al público y a los miembros de los equipos.

Después de su enésimo éxito, Tom Luthi está adelantado por 22 puntos del líder del ranking, Zarco.

¡Hasta luego en Malaysia!

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Triomphe de Luthi an Australie: ancore une victoire pour Accossato Racing

Deuxiéme victoire consécutive de Luthi pour la primière fois en carrière et trosième position provisoire du mondial Moto2 : voilá le résumé d’un fin de semaine sensationnel.

Sensationnel, mais pas privé de difficultés : surtout la pluie du Vendredi et du Samdi.

Aprés de partir en pole position et de se battre pour défendre sa première place, Luthi s’a fait finalment dépassé par un fantastique Franco Morbidelli : malgré ça, il  a peut étudier son opposant au fin de préparer son attaque final.

Tom a conduit parfaitement pendant toute la compétition, en gagnant en un clin d’oeil sur Franco Morbidelli, avec 12 millésimes d’avantage qui ont rendu fou le public et les mémbres de son équipe.

Aprés son énième préstation, Luthi se trouve maintenant détaché du lider du ranking Zarco, par 22 points seulment.

Á bientôt en Malaisie!

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Luthi sponsor Accossato

Vittoria di Luthi in Australia, ancora un successo per Accossato Racing

Seconda vittoria di fila, per la prima volta nella sua carriera e terzo posto provvisorio nel mondiale Moto 2,si può riassumere così il fantastico fine settimana di Tom Luthi e Accossato Racing.

Fine settimana difficile per tutti, con molta pioggia tra Venerdì e Sabato, dopo essere partito in pole position ed aver percorso in prima posizione il tracciato di Phillip Island, Luthi si è fatto sorpassare dal fantastico Franco Morbidelli al fine di studiarne lo stile di guida preparare il suo attacco finale.

Tom è stato perfetto per tutta la gara riuscendo a vincere in volata su Franco Morbidelli per soli 12 millesimi di secondo, mandando tutto il suo team ed i tifosi, letteralmente in estasi!

Dopo l’ennesima prestazione straordinaria Tom Luthi è a soli 22 punti dal leader della classifica Zarco.

Ci vediamo in Malesia!

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Luthi sponsor Accossato

Otro domingo sabroso de victorias para el Accossato Racing: en Japón, Luthi domina la competición de Moto 2 y Sofuoglu conquista su quinto título mondial en Jerez

Al final de una temporada perfecta, conducida como un grande dominator, el piloto turco Kenan Sofuoglu gana competición y titulo a la vez en Jerez. Nos queda poco otro para añadir al rededor de un piloto que realmente está escribiendo la historia de la categoría Supersport, ganando su quinto título.

Sofuoglu five time Champion
Sofuoglu five time Champion

Por otra parte, Tom Luthi conquista el Gran Premio de Japón dominando desde hace el arranque en primera file y a lo largo de toda la competición hasta la línea de meta. Luchando contra Franco Morbidelli, ha conseguido oponerse a Zarco, hasta la victoria de su tercer Gran Premio de la temporada. Luthi se queda a 43 puntos de distancia del líder del ránking Johann Zarco,que todavía tiene unos 75 puntos a su disposición.

La semana siguiente de la victoria en el CIV conseguida por Baiocco y al equipo Motocorsa, Accossato Racing gana otro campeonato, gracias a un increíble Kenan Sofuoglu.

Sundays are rich in victories for Accossato Racing: here we go again with Luthi dominating Moto2 in Japan and Sofuoglu winning his Word Championship N° 5

In Jerez battle field, Kenan Sofuoglu hoards competition & title at once. No better conclusion for such an extraordinary season, than winning his fifth title: this Turkish driver is really bound to write pages of history in Supersport cathegory!

Sofuoglu five time Champion
Sofuoglu five time Champion

On the other side of the world, Tom Luthi on stage in Japan performs as a hero from pole position up untill finish line, engaged in fighting against Franco Mobidelli and resisting Zarco’s attacks. By winning his third Grand Prix,  Luthi is now 43 scores away from Johann Zarco occupying ranking leadership, with 75 scores still to win.

Just one week after conquering CIV Championship by Baiocco and Motocorsa Team, for Accossato Racing it’s time to celebrate again: congrants Kenan Sofuoglu!

Un autre dimanche victorieux pour Accossato Racing: Luthi domine le tour japonais en Moto2 et Sofuoglu gagne son cinquième titre mondial à Jerez

À la fin du tour espagnol du championnat, le conducteur turc Kenan Sofuoglu conquête course et titre tout de suite: la meilleure conclusion pour une saison partfaite, toujours conduite comme vainqueur : en gagnat se titre, il est de toutes façons destiné à écrire les pages de l’histoire contemporaine de la Supersport.

Sofuoglu five time Champion
Sofuoglu five time Champion

Tom Luthi  domine et gagne le Grand Prix du Japon, en conquerant son troisième titre:  dès sa première place sur la grille de départ, jusqu’à la ligne d’arrivée il a du se battre contre Franco Morbidelli et les attaques par Zarco.  Il se trove maintenant détaché par 43 points du leader du ranking Johann Zarco qui peut profiter des 75 points à conquerir, encore à sa complète disposition.

Une seule semaine apres la victoire du titre du CIV conquis par Baiocco et l’équipe Motocorsa, Accossato Racing fête encore pour le mythique Kenan Sofuoglu.

Luthi domina la gara della Moto 2 in Giappone mentre Sofuoglu vince il suo quinto mondiale a Jerez, un’altra domenica ricca di vittorie per Accossato Racing.

Il pilota turco Kenan Sofuoglu vince gara e titolo a Jerez, coronando al meglio una stagione perfetta,condotta da grande dominatore. C’è poco da aggiungere per un pilota che sta facendo la storia della categoria Supersport vincendo il suo quinto titolo iridato.

Sofuoglu five time Champion
Sofuoglu five time Champion

Tom Luthi domina e vince il gran premio del Giappone, fin da subito è partito in pole position e dopo una lunga battaglia con Franco Morbidelli, ha resistito alle pressioni di Zarco fino a vincere il suo terzo gran premio della stagione. Luthi è ora a 43 punti dal leader della classifica Johann Zarco con 75 punti ancora a disposizione.

Dopo una settimana dalla vittoria del CIV con il Team Motocorsa è Baiocco,Accossato Racing conquista un altro campionato con il mitico Kenan Sofuoglu.

Tom Lüthi dominates in Japan

We could feel this coming after the first two days of practice and qualifying: the Japanese Moto2 Grand Prix victory was there to grab for one of the two men who dominated each session, the reigning champion and the current championship leader Johann Zarco from France and Thomas Lüthi (Garage Plus Interwetten), who impressed every observer… and his rivals not only by his fastest lap but also his consistency. After an excellent start from the middle of the front row, Lüthi immediately got into the lead and did not let go until the end; after a long battle with young Italian Franco Morbidelli, he resisted Zarco’s pressure to win for the third time this season and thirteenth time in his career. At the same time, he regained the provisional third position in the overall championship classification with three races remaining. Lüthi is now 43 points behind the championship leader with 75 points still up for grab. The race unfortunately ended too soon for Robin Mulhauser and Iker Lecuona, the two carXpert Interwetten riders, who crashed early in the race, although the Spaniard was able to re-join before he had to pit in with 9 laps to go. Just after the podium ceremony, where he accompanied the winner of the day, Frédéric Corminboeuf, the boss of CGBM Evolution, the company that aligns the two Swiss teams on the Moto2 grid, was delighted: “Tom had an incredible weekend, he was strong in each session, he was relaxed, confident and 100% concentrated on his job that he managed in a superb style. This is the fruit of all the hard work the team has done and our objective is to continue in this way going into the final three rounds of the season: we want stay on top.”

 Tom Lüthi dominates in Japan

Tom Lüthi dominates in Japan

He said…

Thomas Lüthi (Garage Plus Interwetten, 1st): “With the great amount of work we did during the last two days, I was perfectly ready for the race. When Johann started closing the gap, he was putting a lot of pressure on me but I stayed concentrated and did not make a mistake. Of course I did remember what happened last year in Malaysia when he beat me right at the end. But this time I resisted him. This is a victory of the whole team: with Gilles Bigot, my chief technician, we never lost concentration not even for a second; I felt comfortable from day one but I wanted even more. Then it was him who suggested testing another detail. The reward is great and I am determined to continue in this way: I cannot wait for Phillip Island!”

Tom Lüthi (1st) on fire in Japan

Setting the best time of the day in free practice for the Japanese Moto2 Grand Prix on the circuit of Motegi, Thomas Lüthi (Garage Plus Interwetten) made a strong impression this Friday in the country of the Rising Sun that hosts the first round of the overseas triple header. The fourth man of the provisional overall world championship classification with four races remaining this season, the Swiss rider made a record number of fast laps at the end of the session, proving that his pace was already very high. Today was all about learning for young Spaniard Iker Lecuona (carXpert Interwetten), who was called up at the beginning of the week to finish the season 2016; Iker does not know the Motegi circuit, however, he made progress in each session. He was ahead of his teammate Robin Mulhauser (carXpert Interwetten) in the classification. Frédéric Corminboeuf, the boss of CGBM Evolution, the company that aligns the two Swiss teams on the Moto2 grid, made a positive conclusion today: “Tom set the pace, he was already impressive here last year during the two days of practice so we need to confirm this on Saturday in qualifying and then on Sunday, hoping that the weather stays the same. Lüthi is capable of finishing what he started twelve months ago, when he destroyed his tyres after a few kilometres before he crashed. As for Iker, he shouldn’t take risks: he is learning this circuit and everything and he was improving throughout the day, showing some very interesting things already this afternoon; his weakness – whether in the European Championship where he raced this year or the first two Grand Prix that he took part in – is the qualifying. He puts too much pressure on himself and we will do everything we can on Saturday for him to feel more at ease. Robin arrived in Japan with a bit of a cold, but he is very relaxed, he did good this morning before he lost himself in the afternoon. With his team he needs to figure out how to progress in each session.”

 Tom Lüthi (1st) on fire in Japan

He said…

Thomas Lüthi (Garage Plus Interwetten, 1st): “I really enjoyed myself today. I even made my team nervous when I did not stop at the end of the session: my guys on the pit wall were continuously calculating my consumption, worrying that I would run out of fuel! But I felt good, my pace was high and I really wanted to understand how the tyres would react to the distance. Today was really positive, although we still have work to do on Saturday to improve the stability of the bike.”