The Big Parade, Part 2
Well, they say that the appetite comes eating, and the hungry young men Gianluca Roncaglia and Dario Bucalo ordered all the menu (twice) in another wonderful afternoon for the 4Fun colors, with a 1-2 in Grobnik that doubles Omer Kinay’s and Matteo Venuti’s one just few days after their outstanding result in Lausitzring. After dominating the qualify with only a couple of tenths from each other, Roncaglia and Bucalo could firmly hold their positions to the end of the race, with Bucalo in a #YouShallNotPass Deluxe Edition on rejecting Ruben Gomez and Alejandro Lopez Ramirez assaults, ending with a parade at 7 km/h on the grass respectively on the left and on the right of the track wearing face mask for social distantiation purposes.
“Well, I was waiting for a moment like this since I founded this team, but despite this amazing result I will remain humble as ever”, said Bucalo admiring the marble statue depicting him in a martial pose holding a wheel studded with diamonds in his hands that he commissioned for the occasion “and I hope there will be more and more days like today in the future”.
“I was in a good racing shape today, and I had my three-inch nails bag ready in case Dario would have come too close”, declared Roncaglia. “Apart from that, I followed the Venuti’s Law: start first, go faster, arrive first. It’s easy!”
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