february 12, 2019 - Sidi Sport


Maser (Treviso), 12 February, 2019 - The MX Italian Internationals are the first major events in the motocross season. They serve as an excellent primer for the World Series, which will kick off from Argentina on March 3rd. Tony Cairoli and Jorge Prado will be the ones to watch in the upcoming battle for the World titles in their respective categories, MXGP and MX2. 

On Sunday, February 10th, the third and final round of the MX Italian Internationals was held on the Mantua racetrack. The race followed the script of the two previous rounds. After Tony Cairoli’s victories in the MXGP category at Riola Sardo and Ottobiano, all he needed was a third place in each heat to claim the title. In the MX2 category, #jorgeprado won in Mantua as well, making it three for three to take the title in his class. In the Superchampion race, with 20 of the best riders from both the MXGP and MX2 categories, Cairoli laid down the law, winning the race and the 2019 title. You can find all the news and standings from the MX Italian Internationals on the website: www.offroadproracing.it/ 

After all is said and done, the one and only true winner is Sidi. With the Crossfire 3 SRS boots we’ve made it to the top step on the podium in all the categories. In fact, these are the boots used by Tony Cairoli and Jorge Prado in all their endeavours. Appealing graphics and design, quality materials and cutting-edge technology join Sidi’s experienced craftsmanship…this is the perfect mix of ingredients that make #crossfire3srs the most victorious off-road boots of all time.

With these extraordinary boots, even everyday fans can also treat their feet to the same technology and quality that #sidi provides to the greatest off-road aces. The various versions of the #crossfire3srs and Crossfire 3 cover all sizes from 40 to 50. The entire #sidi collection is available on our website www.sidi.com, where you can also check out the colours and models available for each country. 

Now the season is really starting to heat up. In the 2019 World Series #tonycairoli will be gunning for his tenth world title. Instead, the young Spaniard #jorgeprado will try to hold on to the World Championship title he won last year in MX2, especially as he works on growing and improving even further. It’s a date on March 3rd for the Patagonia GP in Argentina, to win and dream with the champions from the #sidi team.