TM and Samuele Bernardini together until 2017

TM Racing and Samuele Bernardini have signed an agreement for the next 2 years. Samuele has been with TM for 2 years so far and he was crowned EMX300 Champion in 2014 showing great determination.

This year in MX2 he couldn’t show his real potential due to an injury he had at the end of January and a subsequent surgery that only saw him return to racing at the MXGP of Spain. Race by race and thanks to the great work of the team he has returned to the peak of his power.


Marco Ricciardi, TM Racing Factory Team – Team Manager

“We believed in Samuele already in 2013 but unfortunately he had an injury at the MXGP in Maggiora that year. We wanted to go on with him in a diverse Championship, the EMX300, last year to make him feel confident enough to go back to the World Championship. And it was a good idea as Samuele won the EMX300 Championship and he found the right motivation to go back to MX2.

This year we were really confident at the beginning of the season but then had that injury with the following surgery to the knee and the rehab loosing 5 MXGP events. Now Samuele is in a good shape and we need to be focus on our goals, working for next 2 seasons, where we are sure we can obtain good results”


Samuele Bernardini

“I’m very happy to have renewed my contract with TM. This season hasn’t started easily for me but next year I want to be ready from Qatar in order to face with the World Championship in a good way and achieve good results.This year after many difficulties I’m trying to reach the TOP positions.Thanks to Gastone who is believing in me from 2012 and I hope to pay him off with a good result in Motocross World Championship"

Youthstream/TM Racing



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