GP Capodarco

The GP Capodarco is a European bicycle race held in Capodarco, a city ward of Fermo, Italy.[1] Since 2005, the race has been organised as a 1.2 event on the UCI Europe Tour.

GP Capodarco
Gran Premio Capodarco.jpg
Race details
DateAugust
RegionItaly
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeSingle-day
Web sitewww.gpcapodarco.net Edit this at Wikidata
History
First edition1964 (1964)
Editions49 (as of 2021)
First winner Stefanelli (ITA)
Most wins Tedeschi (ITA)
 Cortinovis (ITA)
 Moises Aldape (MEX)
(2 wins)
Most recent Simone Raccani (ITA)

WinnersEdit

Year Country Rider Team
1964   Italy Marcello Baccarini Sammontana Faenza[2]
1965-
1972
No race
1973   Italy Massimo Zani U.S. Trezzano[2]
1974   Italy Massimo Tedeschi G.S. Sarila[2]
1975   Italy Massimo Tedeschi G.S. Sarila[2]
1976   Italy Franco Abbruzzetti G.C. Porto S. Elpidio[2]
1977   Italy Maurizio Pennacchini G.S. Muraglia PRE.FAB[2]
1978   Italy Pierino Bravi U.S. Europlastica[2]
1979   Italy Giancarlo Montedori CIERRE Montone[2]
1980   Italy Giuseppe Di Sciorio U.S. Europlastica[2]
1981   Italy Piero Onesti G.S. Adriatica Arr.ti Odoardi[2]
1982   Italy Tullio Cortinovis G.S. Novartiplast[2]
1983   Italy Salvatore Cavallaro U.S. Fracor Levane[2]
1984   Italy Tullio Cortinovis G.S. Brescialat Novartiplast[2]
1985   Italy Nino Tripodi G.S. Ariston Di Monte TV Color[2]
1986   Italy Marcello Siboni G.S. Alexander Gobbi Frutta[2]
1987   Italy Mario Austero SICC Cucine Componibili[2]
1988   Italy Paolo Lanfranchi G.S. Bresciaplast Remac
1989   Italy Davide Bramati G.S. Brescialat Verynet
1990   Italy Wladimir Belli G.S. Diana Calzature
1991   Italy Fabio Casartelli G.S. Domus '87 Plant Group
1992   Italy Marco Milesi G.S. Domus '87
1993   Italy Roberto Pistore G.S. Esoclear
1994   Spain Juan Carlos Domínguez Spain (National Team)
1995   Italy Paolo Valoti G.M.G. Paultex Vellutex
1996   Italy Gianluca Valoti Team Polti
1997   Italy Massimo Codol S.C. Ceramiche Pagnoncelli
1998   Italy Giorgio Feliziani S.C. Centri della Calzatura
1999   Czech Republic Milan Kadlec G.S. Brunero Bongioanni Boeris
2000   Italy Massimiliano Martella Team Olio Vezza Brunero
2001   Italy Alessandro Delfatti V.C. Sintofarm Feralpi
2002   Italy Antonio Quadranti V.C. Sintofarm Feralpi
2003   Mexico Moises Aldape Centri Calzatura-Riviera Adriatica A.S.T
2004   Mexico Moises Aldape Centri Calzatura
2005   Spain Fernando Herrero Vina-Magna Cropu Burgos
2006   Italy Marco Bandiera Zalf–Désirée–Fior
2007   Croatia Hrvoje Miholjević Loborika
2008   Great Britain Peter Kennaugh Great Britain (National Team)
2009   Italy Salvatore Mancuso Lucchini-Arvedi-Unidelta
2010   Italy Enrico Battaglin Italy (National Team)
2011   Italy Mattia Cattaneo U.C. Trevigiani–Dynamon–Bottoli
2012   Italy Gianfranco Zilioli Team Colpack
2013   Italy Matteo Busato U.C. Trevigiani–Dynamon–Bottoli
2014   Australia Robert Power Jayco-AIS World Tour Academy
2015   Italy Riccardo Donato Selle Italia-Cieffe-Ursus
2016   Australia Jai Hindley Jayco-AIS World Tour Academy
2017   Ukraine Mark Padun Team Colpack
2018   Colombia Einer Rubio Vejus-Tmf
2019   Italy Filippo Zana Sangemini–Trevigiani–MG.K Vis
2020 No race
2021   Italy Simone Raccani Zalf–Euromobil–Désirée–Fior

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "GP Capodarco". Cycling Archives. Retrieved 6 November 2018.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Guida Tecnica 47° G.P. Capodarco 2018 [Technical Guide 47th G.P. Capodarco 2018] (PDF) (in Italian). GP Capodarco. 2018. p. 90. Retrieved 27 June 2021.

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