1. Watkins Glen fire/rescue team's sympathy after Genoa bridge collapse

    A moving letter was received by OMP with the morning mail, today August 24.It's been sent by Watkins Glen International Fire/Rescue team's volunteers, and it's a warm note of sympathy for the tragedy that struck our town, Genoa, as the major city bridge collapsed on August 14.Here's the text, written by team chief Russ Kimes, that we'd like to share with you:"To the OMP Racing family,I wan...

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  2. On the kart track with VR46 Academy

    OMP was with the six guests of the fifth VR46 Academy Master Camp, the first week of August in Misanino Circuit. The six young talents of motorcycle racing, selected from any corner of the world by the Valentino Rossi's firm, was involved in a karting lesson and a final race, with the supervision of the teacher-for-a-day Francesco Bagnaia, current leader of Moto 2 world championship. OMP prov...

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  3. Adventure in the desert with a Ferrari heart

    OMP is proud to support the next adventure of Italian gentleman driver Fabio Barone. Barone, president of Roman club "Ferrari Passione Rossa", will take his attempt to break the world record of the Dades Canyon road, in Morocco: an extreme hillclimb in a beautiful natural theatre, which Barone will challenge with his 458 Italia. OMP is providing the racing suit (expecially designed and custom...

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  4. Kristofferson's fifth

    Johan Kristoffersson wins the fifth race in this season and puts his hands on (at least) half world title. The triumph number 5 was delivered directly at home, in Sweden RX, home country of JK and his team. Johan’s Polo R - with a complete OMP safety setup just like his teammate Petter Solberg’s one - won three out of four qualifying races, the semi-final and the final, all in front...

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  5. Alfa keeps growing

    Alfa Romeo Sabuer F1 Team continue their growing trend, after Austrian GP. For the first time in season, the Swiss-based team had both of their drivers scoring points. Charles Leclerc and Marcus Ericsson were respectively P9 and P10 at the end of the Red Bull Ring race. It's an upgrade of this season's trend: before Austria, the red-white cars brought home points in 5 of 8 races, each time wi...

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