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Italy national speedway team

Italy
Team manager Alessandro Dalla Valle
Nation colour Red, White and Green
SWC Wins 0
Squad
  • Michele Paco Castagna
  • Nicolas Vicentin
  • Guglielmo Franchetti
  • Nicolas Covatti

The Italy national speedway team are motorcycle speedway national team from Italy. The best achievement of team is 7th place in Speedway World Cup in 2004.

2013 Team

Speedway World Cup

Year Place Event Pos. Pts. Riders
2001 - - - - 3rd place in Qualifying Round 1
2002 - - - - Did not enter
2003 12 QR2 4 6 Christian Miotello (3), Andrea Maida (2), Simone Muratelli (1), Simone Terenzani (0), Daniele Tessari (0)
2004 7 SF2 4 14 Emiliano Sanchez (6), Simone Terenzani (4), Paolo Salvatelli (3), Andrea Maida (1), Daniele Tessari (0)
2005 - - - - 4th place in Qualifying Round 2
2006 - - - - 4th place in Qualifying Round 2
2007 - - - - 3rd place in Qualifying Round 2
2008 - - - - 4th place in Qualifying Round 2
2009 - - - - 3rd place in Qualifying Round 1
2010 - - - - 4th place in Qualifying Round 1
2011 - - - - 4th place in Qualifying Round 2
2012 - - - - 4th place in Qualifying Round 1
2013 - - - - 3rd place in Qualifying Round 2
Year Place Event Pos. Pts. Riders

Riders

Name E M Pts
Emiliano Sanchez 1 1 6
Simone Terenzani 2 2 4
Andrea Maida 2 2 3
Paolo Salvatelli 1 1 3
Christian Miotello 1 1 3
Simone Muratelli 1 1 1
Daniele Tessari 2 2 0
Name E M Pts

European Pairs Speedway Championship

Year Place Pts. Riders
2004 - - 6th place in Semi-Final 1
7th place in Semi-Final 1 - track reserve team
2005 6 10 Emiliano Sanchez (6), Andrea Maida (3), Simone Terenzani (1)
2006 - - 6th place in Semi-Final 2
2007 7 13 Andrea Maida (10), Guglielmo Franchetti (3), Mattia Carpanese (0)
2008 - - 6th place in Semi-Final 2
2009 - - 3rd place in Semi-Final
2010 - - 7th place in Semi-Final 2
2011 - - 5th place in Semi-Final 2
2012 - - 5th place in Semi-Final 2
2013 - - 5th place in Semi-Final

References

  • Świat Żużla, No 3 (75) /2008, pages 25, ISSN 1429-3285.

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