Great satisfaction for the Piacenza team C&B Racing and Motonautica San Nazzaro on the occasion of Motonautica’s centenary. On Sunday, December 17th, Massimiliano Cremona, Davide Scarpa, Martina Barbarini, and for the radio-controlled section, Ivan Ronconi, Andrea Turrini, and Giorgio Scognamiglio were awarded at the Salone d’Onore del Coni in Rome on the occasion of Motonautica’s centenary.
Furthermore, the Cremona family, for Motonautica San Nazzaro, was awarded for the organized events. It is worth mentioning that thanks to their constant commitment, the group has been able to bring first-class events to Piacenza, such as the Formula One and Formula Two World Championships.
For Motonautica San Nazzaro, it was a memorable 2023 thanks to the results of Massimiliano Cremona, who managed to win the F250 World Championship title and second place in the F250 European Championship. There were also excellent performances from young athletes Davide Scarpa and Martina Barbarini, closely watched by Alex Cremona, who managed to secure second and third place on the podium in the Italian Osy 400 Championship.
The F250 Worldchampion Max Cremona told PRW tonight that ;
Firstly, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to my mother for her unwavering support. Not only to me,but to powerboating in general. Without her, none of my achievements and successes would have been possible. Secondly, I would also like to extend my thanks to my girlfriend, Jessica, who enthusiastically travels with me and shares in my passion for sport. Being able to involve my loved ones in my journey adds an even more fulfilling aspect to my experiences. I am grateful for the opportunity to share my passion with my family and feel immensely fortunate.