VIDEO Mini Transat, here we go! “Last minute” interviews with Italians

copa-miniToday we’re off! At 4 p.m. (local time), the 72 solo sailors entered in the Mini Transat (46 Series, 26 Proto) will cross the starting line in front of Douarnenez (Brittany).The Mini 6.50 fleet will head for Lanzarote in the Canary Islands (Spain) where the only stopover will take place, and then head to Pointe-à-Pitre in Guadeloupe (Antilles). This is a total of about 4,000 miles (40.20 to be precise, 1,250 from Douarnenez to Lanzarote and 2,770 from the Canary Islands to Guadeloupe). Six Italians competing, two in the Proto and four in the Series, we introduced them to you in this article. Let’s take a look at the interviews conducted with all of them, just hours before the start, from the Mini Italy Class.

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ITALIANS RUNNING AMONG THE PROTO

INTERVIEW WITH MICHELE ZAMBELLI

INTERVIEW WITH ALBERTO BONA

ITALIANS RUNNING AMONG THE SERIES

INTERVIEW WITH ANDREA FORNARO

INTERVIEW WITH ANDREA PENDIBENE

INTERVIEW WITH FEDERICO CUCIUC

INTERVIEW WITH ROLAND VENTURA

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