Yet another trophy for Engines Engineering!
Cameron Horsman masters the Alpe Adria Championship for Racing Engines Engineering.
Alpe Adria Championship was missing from the register of the bolognese racing team, and now thanks to British fifteen-year-old rider Cameron Horsman, the trophy stands out in the crowded trophy case.
It’s been a difficult and fought championship until the last race with a soaring Racing Engines Engineering, thanks to its 125 GP bike, which beat the latest and high-performance 250cc Moto 3 ones.
The Team, led by technician Roberto Baglioni, has managed at best the bike that ran in the World Championship GP125 2011 developed by Engines Engineering Srl and still able to beat the most recent Moto3 250cc bikes. Not to forget, this bike got the last pole position in the World Championship for a two-stroke GP125 before the advent of the MOTO3 four-stroke 250s.