Faraldo Racing triples his efforts for the 2020 road racing season: despite a few troubles and some “haters”, we finally have the great news that the Italian Team will continue its adventure in the Irish road racing scene, this time with three riders.
Young Tuscan Francesco Faraldo will bring his two Moto3 bikes on the grid at the National road races and the Manx GP, trying
to keep the string of last year’s successes going.
Derek McGee will lead Faraldo’s squad, adding the wee Moto3 bike to other bikes he competes with as he did last year, when the Irishman clinched a number of wins on the faultless Faraldo bike: Cookstown 100, Tandragee 100, Armoy, Faugheen 50.
A bad crash in another class, though, forced McGee to sit out the rest of the season, leaving the championship to Gary Dunlop.
However, the Mullingar Missile will be back on Faraldo’s Moto3 bike for this 2020 season, ready to prove his supremacy on Irish soil.
His teammate for this year will be fellow Irishman Eoin O’Siochru, who will share the team with McGee and will ride a second Moto3 that Faraldo has just brought into the squad and is preparing for the first outing of the season.
O’Siochru is no stranger to the road racing scene, having achieved a few wins in the Junior class last year.
In August, one of the bikes will be handed out to Sam Grief who will ride it at the Manx Grand Prix: the Derbyshire rider has already a couple of appearances on the Mountain Course under his belt and he is also considered one of the rising road racing stars in the small classes.
We wish Francesco Faraldo and his three riders all the best for a season full of fun and success!