ADRIATICA IONICA 2021. AFTER THE ZONCOLAN, LUCKY HAS ALSO CONQUERED MONTE GRAPPA

ADRIATICA IONICA 2021. AFTER THE ZONCOLAN, LUCKY HAS ALSO CONQUERED MONTE GRAPPA
ADRIATICA IONICA 2021. AFTER THE ZONCOLAN, LUCKY HAS ALSO CONQUERED MONTE GRAPPA

PROFESSIONALS | 16/06/2021 | 16:11
by Carlo Malvestio

He is specializing in the conquest of the most prestigious peaks: Lorenzo Fortunato won, with an incredible finish, the second stage of theAdriatica Ionica Race 2021 which ended at the top of the Monte Grappa.

The first part of the stage was characterized by the escape promoted by Mattia Bais (Androni-Sidermec), Luca Rastelli (Colpack Ballan), Andrea Debiasi (CT Friuli), Ricardo Tosin (General Store), Francesco Zandri (Work Service Dynatek Vega) and Riccardo Verza (Zalf Euromobil Fior).

Uphill, after having canceled the action of the fugitives, it was the Astana Premier Tech who took the reins of the race and sifted through the group. Then came the attack of Vadim Pronskiy with Giovanni Carboni and Mehrawi Kudus who took his wheel and then were joined by Filippo Zana, Alessandro Monaco, Fortunato and then also from Luca Covili.

The second acceleration of Pronskiy at 2.5 km from the finish knocks out Covili and Monaco, the third lunge allowed the Kazakh of Astana Premier Tech to fly off all alone but in the last meters, with a powerful acceleration, Lorenzo Fortunato reached him and overtaken by conquering Cima Grappa after the Zoncolan at the Giro d’Italia.

Second Kudus and only third for the brave Pronskiy, with four men from Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè behind them. Tenth place for the eternal Davide Rebellin (Work Service Dynatek Vega). Naturally it is lucky to win the leader’s jersey of the general classification.

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ORDER OF ARRIVAL

1st Lorenzo Fortunato (Eolo Kometa) 3h58’38 “
2 ° Merhawi Kudus (Astana Premier Tech) a 1 “
3° Vadim Pronsky (Astana Premier Tech) a 3″
4th Giovanni Carboni (Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè) at 7 “
5 ° Filippo Zana (Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè) a 35 “
6° Alessandro Monaco (Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè) a 40″
7° Luca Covili (Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè) a 1’07”
8 ° Eduardo Sepulveda (Androni Sidermec) at 1’19 “
9° Andrea Garosio (Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè) a 1’27”
10° Davide Rebellin (Work Service Marchiol Vega) a 1’32”

GENERAL CLASSIFICATION

1st Lorenzo Fortunato (Eolo Kometa)
2 ° Merhawi Kudus (Astana Premier Tech) a 5 “
3° Vadim Pronsky (Astana Premier Tech) a 9″
4th Giovanni Carboni (Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè) at 17 “
5 ° Filippo Zana (Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè) a 45 “
6° Alessandro Monaco (Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè) a 50″
7° Luca Covili (Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè) a 1’17”
8 ° Eduardo Sepulveda (Androni Sidermec) at 1’29 “
9° Andrea Garosio (Bardiani-CSF-Faizanè) a 1’37”
10° Davide Rebellin (Work Service Marchiol Vega) a 1’42”

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ADRIATICA IONICA ZONCOLAN LUCKY CONQUERED MONTE GRAPPA

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