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MotoGP: Miss Motosprint With Pramac

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A big crowd with bike passion showed up yesterday night in Riccione to the event that opens the Gran Prix of San Marino, Round 12 of the 2010 MotoGP Championship, and Riviera of Rimini weekend. A highlight was the nomination of Miss Motosprint 2010, who was selected by a jury includeing MotoGP riders.

During Wednesday’s events, the riders paraded on board of luxury Bmw cabriolet on the world famous Viale Ceccarini, the preferred promenade of Riviera’s movida.

The riders have been interviewed on the stage by Guido Meda, the official Bike racing voice in Italy. The first rider of the queue was Aleix Espargarò of the Pramac Racing Team.

The young Spaniard was also called to be the president of the jury composed by: Alvaro Bautista from Rizla Suzuki, Pol Espargarò from Tuenti Racing Team, Matteo Vitello marketing manager of the Pramac Racing Team and some municipal representatives.

THis is the jury that had the difficult to decide Miss Motosprint 2010.

The 12 finalist competing for the Miss Motosprint title have made their entrance with the riders and they were introduced to the crowd by Guido Meda that has, with his known abilities of one man show, made done some sketch that where involving the girls and the riders in the Jury.

For the girls not just the honor to be Miss Motosprint, but also to become the paddock girl of the Pramac Racing Team for this Gran Prix.

For the second consecutive year Miss Motosprint will assist to the bike event of the year as the Pramac Racing Team paddock girl and she will have the possibility to follow the rider on the starting grid.

The winner of the contest was Marzia Greco, from Naples, the new Miss Motosprint, will be Aleix Espargarò paddock girl.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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