With Agama of Riccardo Perin winning round 1 in Sacile, Tortorici swept to a round 2 victory at a track he has great memories of, Monsummano Terme, scene of his first European Championship win in 2004. It leaves the 2012 Championship wide open with Rd 1 winner Perin only able to claim 9th, the only consistent finisher 2nd placed Rabitti who took 3rd in Rd 1.

Our friends @ JustBuggy continues the report; Mugen’s Tortorici completes his Monsummano domination, winning his final after being the fastest man in practice & TQing. He proved once more to be the man to beat in his Tuscany, with a magnificent drive during the final, that saw him leading from start to finish, with no dramas except for one little engine cut at the third pit-stop, even though his Bliss engine looked to be perfect.
Behind him is Riccardo Rabitti who claimed the second spot on the podium with his Radiosistemi prototype, being very consistant and quick. With the “visiting brit” Bloomfield out in the semi; he broke the car after a few laps, it was Alex Zanchettin who kept the TLR & Novarossi flags flying, securing an impressive third place after starting on pole for the final. Fourth was another young gun, Marco Baruffolo, very impressive speed and consistance for him on his RB powered Kyosho, while the top five was closed by Riccardo Acciari driving the Serpent car, equipped with a Picco engine. After two rounds the standings see Rabitti leading with 710 points,Tortorici 2nd with 650 and Teghesi 3rd on 620.
Report & Photo by www.JustBuggy.net