Vasilis Panteleakis career jump!

Vasilis Panteleakis career jump!

Vasilis Panteleakis career jump!
In the Italian CIV Championship next year, at PreMoto3 category

 

Vasilis Panteleakis’ career is continuing at an international level, particularly at the Italian Championship.

The young Greek driver will face new challenges next season as he‘s leaving the Junior categories rising level and starting competing in the Italian Championship in the PreMoto3 category

The level goes up and together we all have expectations for another successful 2020 course for Vasilis

The move came together with his team, AC Racing, which Vasilis raced in the MiniGP50 Junior Championship this year.

At this Championship Vasilis managed to steal the show in the last two races, when he fought hard and missed by little the chance to climb to the podium.

It was these appearances that gave Vassilis Panteleakis the ticket to leave the Junior Championship and test his strength in the Italian Championship.

In a Championship where Vasilis will have the chance to compete on tracks that are part of the World Motorcycle Speed ​​Championship, such as Misano and Mugello.

Tracks where icredible fights were given by riders who now adorn MotoGP with their presence!

It is not just the participation of the Greek rider in a leading and competitive Championship such as the Italian, in which Michele Pirro, Ducati’s evolution rider, has been the leader in recent years.

Very important news is the fact that he remains in AC Racing, with the Team President talking in the best words about Vassilis Panteleakis, who he considers a member of the family of the team who knows very well how to prepare Champions!

After all, the words that greeted Vasilis in the new category are a compliment by theirself. In a simple announcement, they wrote: “After a fantastic season in the MiniGP class, where he was constantly evolving, it’s official: our talent, Vassilis Panteleakis, will compete in PreMoto3 with our team in 2020.”

It is worth noting that AC Racing participated in PreMoto3 for the first time in 2019 and managed to win the title with Luca Lunetta, who recently managed to secure his participation in the Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup for 2020.

Vasilis’s goal, after this delightful development, is to try to quickly learn the difficult and demanding new class – in which he will be the youngest driver – and at October 2020 try to secure a position for Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup for 2021!

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After all, the words that greeted Vasilis in the new category are a compliment by theirself. In a simple announcement, they wrote: “After a fantastic season in the MiniGP class, where he was constantly evolving, it’s official: our talent, Vassilis Panteleakis, will compete in PreMoto3 with our team in 2020.”