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Maserati And Mascalzone Latino On The Road & Sea

Maserati And Mascalzone Latino On The Road And Sea Of New Zealand


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MASERATI AND MASCALZONE LATINO ON THE ROAD AND SEA OF NEW ZEALAND

Auckland, October 4th, 2002 ­ A great sporting event, the Louis Vuitton Cup challenger series fot the America¹s Cup 2003, started in the past few days in Auckland, New Zealand.

Among the nine participants that will try to win the right to face team New Zealand the holder of the smartest trophy, the all-italian team lead by skipper Vincenzo Onorato. It is ³TIM Mascalzone Latino ITA 72², a team that in the past two years worked hard in Portoferraio, Elba Island, to be ready for the important event.

Mascalzone Latino and his team in Auckand drive Maserati cars.

The Modena based company has agreed to become Official Car Supplier of Mascalzone Latino all-italian team reacing in the America¹s Cup.

The Maserati cars for Mascalzone Latino are four, two Spyder and two Coupé models all equipped with Cambiocorsa and supplied by the Australian importer.

The agreement between Maserati and Mascalzone Latino is perfectly according to the ³all-italian challenge² in the Mascalzone Latino philosophy.


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