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Kevin Manfredi to use Caberg in World Supersport 600

European Supersport champ Kevin Manfredi has chosen Caberg for his assault on the 2021 WorldSSP 600 championship

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EUROPEAN Supersport champion Kevin Manfredi has chosen the Caberg Drift Evo full-face helmet for the CIV SSP 600, World SSP 600, and the EWC World Endurance Championships.

Manfredi celebrated his birthday making the announcement and will be no doubt chomping at the bit to get out on track as soon as circumstances allow.

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Commenting on the news, he said:

“I am very glad to be joining the #caberg family- has declared the rider from Sarzana- and to be able to rely on the safety and great performances of the Drift Evo helmet. I have already visited the company and met #andreadonghi and all the company staff.

“I am aware that they count on me, and I will try my best to repay their support and trust while trying to take the #caberg helmet on the podium as many times as possible both in the World Supersport Championship, as well as in the Endurance and CIV SSP ones.”

Born in Sarzana in 1995 and Manfredi has already gained a wealth of experience in the world of motorcycle competition. In 2009 he raced in the CISP 125 championship finishing in the fourth position overall.  He then took a big leap by competing the following year in the CIV Stock 600. In 2014 he raced in the European Stock 600 championship, while the following season he debuted in the World Supersport championship where he competed until the 2016, while alternating with also some competitions in the World Endurance Championship.

During the last two seasons, he has competed both in the National and World Championships. In 2019 he concluded the CIV SSP 600 in the fourth position with 1 victory and 4 podiums; while in 2020 he raced in only four competitions in the Italian Championship, but he won the European Supersport Championship thanks to 2 fifth places in Barcelona and in Magny Cours.

Andrea Donghi, Caberg’s product manager commented:

“I have always appreciated the grit and determination of Kevin, because these qualities are an integral part of our company philosophy, of the way we work and compete with our products worldwide. We are pleased to be able to support Kevin during these competitive contests, and we are pretty sure our collaboration will be successful and long-lasting.”

For more information on the helmet Kevin will use and the rest of the Caberg range, head to: cabergcares.co.uk

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