Andrea Vesco, a strong regular driver from Brescia, winner of the Mille Miglia, conquered the "Circuito delle Valli Piacentine", held last Sunday in Bobbio in Valtrebbia on a route of one hundred kilometres.
On the finishing line he precedes, with an advantage of only six hundredths of a second, the talented Nicola Barcella on a '79 A112 Abarth paired with Michele Vecchi. Barcella, son of art and only twenty-two years old, is at his first season of competition.
"I have always seen my parents involved in historic car racing. From them I learned to love the discipline. This year, following my father's advice, I decided to try a few races and I qualified as a Top Driver".
Completing the podium, always with an A112 Abarth, Alberto Aliverti, navigated by Gabriele Soldo.
Fourth also with an A112, as if to confirm how the nippy Autobianchi hatchback was suitable for the race, Sergio and Romano Bacci.
Very satisfied Rossella Torri and Caterina Vagliani, first in the "Coppa delle Dame" with a Mini Cooper.
"We won the race among the female crews but also the national title - confirms the navigator - there was immediately the right feeling between us and with the car".
SOURCE : Press Office Bobbio Autosport A.s.d.