Visual Novel 58 turns the story of Marco SIC Simoncelli into a fairy tale | Marco "SIC" Simoncelli

In 2008, Italian motorcycle racer Marco “Sic” Simoncelli fulfilled his lifelong dream when he won the 250cc Grand Prix and was listed as a rider for the 2010 MotoGP Honda Gresini team. To be with the factory team with a brutal and aggressive ride, plus the person who is 1.83 meters tall, is considered a formidable rider, so he caught the eye of the factory team in 2011 later.  In MotoGP, he also won two podiums at the Czech and Australian circuits in 2011, just two more to finish the 2011 season, but the unexpected happened on October 23, 2011 at the Malaysian Grand. Prix, or Sepang, on the second lap of the race, Sic lost control and himself tried to hold the bike back on but was followed behind by Valentino Rossi, who he himself did not intend to cause. This happened to fellow racer Simoncelli.   It was a shocking event for motor sport. After the accident involving Simoncelli, doctors announced that he had died less than hours after the accident. On a bright path at only 24 years old, his distant future must come to an end.   I don't know if it was just a coincidence or fate that had him come here. "Sic" was his nickname and the field where he died was the Sepang International Circuit, abbreviated "SIC" as well. Written and illustrated by Noemi Parente, Fabio Fagnani presents 58 novels as Marco Simoncelli's fairy tale perspective, told by Little Marco's talent, learning, patience and determination. his on the racetrack until the end of his race.    On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the death of Marco “Sic” Simoncelli, the novel will be sold in every MotoGP Paddock for only $23 USD. More with 58 Marco "Sic" Simoncelli.

In 2008, Italian motorcycle racer Marco “Sic” Simoncelli fulfilled his lifelong dream when he won the 250cc Grand Prix and was listed as a rider for the 2010 MotoGP Honda Gresini team. To be with the factory team with a brutal and aggressive ride, plus the person who is 1.83 meters tall, is considered a formidable rider, so he caught the eye of the factory team in 2011 later.

In MotoGP, he also won two podiums at the Czech and Australian circuits in 2011, just two more to finish the 2011 season, but the unexpected happened on October 23, 2011 at the Malaysian Grand. Prix, or Sepang, on the second lap of the race, Sic lost control and himself tried to hold the bike back on but was followed behind by Valentino Rossi, who he himself did not intend to cause. This happened to fellow racer Simoncelli.


In 2008, Italian motorcycle racer Marco “Sic” Simoncelli fulfilled his lifelong dream when he won the 250cc Grand Prix and was listed as a rider for the 2010 MotoGP Honda Gresini team. To be with the factory team with a brutal and aggressive ride, plus the person who is 1.83 meters tall, is considered a formidable rider, so he caught the eye of the factory team in 2011 later.  In MotoGP, he also won two podiums at the Czech and Australian circuits in 2011, just two more to finish the 2011 season, but the unexpected happened on October 23, 2011 at the Malaysian Grand. Prix, or Sepang, on the second lap of the race, Sic lost control and himself tried to hold the bike back on but was followed behind by Valentino Rossi, who he himself did not intend to cause. This happened to fellow racer Simoncelli.   It was a shocking event for motor sport. After the accident involving Simoncelli, doctors announced that he had died less than hours after the accident. On a bright path at only 24 years old, his distant future must come to an end.   I don't know if it was just a coincidence or fate that had him come here. "Sic" was his nickname and the field where he died was the Sepang International Circuit, abbreviated "SIC" as well. Written and illustrated by Noemi Parente, Fabio Fagnani presents 58 novels as Marco Simoncelli's fairy tale perspective, told by Little Marco's talent, learning, patience and determination. his on the racetrack until the end of his race.    On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the death of Marco “Sic” Simoncelli, the novel will be sold in every MotoGP Paddock for only $23 USD. More with 58 Marco "Sic" Simoncelli.

It was a shocking event for motor sport. After the accident involving Simoncelli, doctors announced that he had died less than hours after the accident. On a bright path at only 24 years old, his distant future must come to an end.


I don't know if it was just a coincidence or fate that had him come here. "Sic" was his nickname and the field where he died was the Sepang International Circuit, abbreviated "SIC" as well. Written and illustrated by Noemi Parente, Fabio Fagnani presents 58 novels as Marco Simoncelli's fairy tale perspective, told by Little Marco's talent, learning, patience and determination. his on the racetrack until the end of his race.


On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the death of Marco “Sic” Simoncelli, the novel will be sold in every MotoGP Paddock for only $23 USD. More with 58 Marco "Sic" Simoncelli.




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