Mattia Guadagnini: Opportunity of a Lifetime

Mattia Guadagnini is no stranger in the MXGP paddock. The 18-year-old has already shown signs of a very promising motocross career through his success in the EMX categories. The Italian claimed the EMX125 double crown, becoming European and Junior World Champion in 2019 and then followed that up with a strong season in the EMX250 class as he quickly became one of the title favourites – though it was Thibault Benistant who was the eventual champion, following a hard-fought battle.

Now Guadagnini will take an even bigger leap, in terms of his racing career, as he joins the De Carli side of Red Bull KTM Factory Racing – one of the most successful teams in the paddock.  Learn more about the young Italian in the latest issue of the MXGP Magazine. Read HERE!

 

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