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Molinari awarded with the Collare d’Oro

Chris Davies on 19th September 2018

One of the legends of Italian Powerboat Racing, Renato Molinari, has been awarded with the Collare d’Oro, the highest honour that the Italian National Olympic Committee can bestow to an athlete.

Molinari won the Formula 1 World Championship in 1981,’83 and ’84, he also gained a further 18 World titles in other racing disciplines as well as 9 victories in circuit endurance races, including the 24 Heures motonautiques de Rouen.

The 72 year old from Nesso, will receive his award from CONI (Comitato Olimpico Nazionale Italiano) President Giovanni Malagò, at a ceremony that will take place on Wednesday, December 19 in Rome at the Salone d’Oro del Foro Italico.

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