Fassi Official Partner of the SKY Racing Team VR46

This year Fassi Gru is present as Official Partner to the riders from the SKY Racing Team VR46 taking part in the Moto2 and Moto3 World Championships


A focus on people, passion and a desire to succeed are the characteristics that Fassi Gru shares with the SKY Racing Team VR46, a team that gathers together the best talents from the VR46 Riders Academy, created and managed by the champion of Tavullia. This is why the Bergamo-based company has decided to take on the role of the team’s Official Partner for this season of the World Championships, supporting the riders Luca Marini and Marco Bezzecchi in Moto 2, and Celestino Vietti and Andrea Migno in Moto 3, who will all be displaying the Fassi Gru logo on the cowl tails of their bikes.
 


Sofia Goggia wins in St. Moritz

The Fassi-sponsored Italian alpine champion has a great start to the season in the Super G race held in St. Moritz

St. Moritz (Switzerland) – Sofia Goggia manages to win the second World Cup SuperG race of the season by just one hundredth of a second. The Olympic champion managed to take the second finish by a whisker on the fast track of Corviglia in St. Moritz, despite losing a ski pole after a jump. 
 


Steffi Halm 4th in the 2019 truck championship

Congratulations to Steffi for coming in fourth place in the overall drivers' rankings of the 2019 European Truck Racing Championship


Jarama circuit, Madrid (Spain)
- The European Truck Racing Championship ended on Sunday 6th October at the Jarama circuit (Madrid). After eight Grand Prix races in Misano (Italy), Hungaroring (Hungary), Slovakia ring (Slovakia), Nürburgring (Germany), Most (Czech Rep.), Zolder (Belgium) and Le Mans (France), the championship saw the victory of Jochen Hahn of Iveco and Die Bullen von Iveco Magirus in the team standings. 
Fassi Gru returns to the MotoGP™

The presence of the Fassi logo on the right arm of the new rising star in Italian motorbiking Francesco “Pecco” Bagnaia.


Mugello (Italy)
– 1-2 June. The first instance of this dates back to 2007, when the Fassi Gru logo made its appearance on the Honda LCR ridden by Carlos Checa and managed by Lucio Cecchiniello’s team. Twelve years on, Fassi Gru returns to the MotoGP, this time at the side, or rather on the right arm, of the Moto2 world champion and rising star in Italian motorbiking Francesco “Pecco” Bagnaia. The driver is a choice of partner who, together with Fassi Gru’s recent pairing with the skier Sofia Goggia, highlights the crane manufacturer’s focus on the rise of young Italian sporting champions as well as the desire to associate its image of continuous development and cutting-edge technology with sporting performance where speed and pushing the limits is a fundamental component, while always remaining focused on safety.
 


Fassi sponsor of German champion Steffi Halm

Fassi Gru is the co-sponsor of Team Schwabentruck IVECO and the German champion Steffi Halm, driving her IVECO Stralis with over 1,000 hp. The first of eight scheduled race weekends will take place in Italy on the Misano Adriatico circuit.


Misano Adriatico (Italy)
– 25/26 May. The first race weekend of the FIA European Truck Racing Championship is scheduled at the Misano World Circuit, named for Marco Simoncelli. Eight races will determine who will be the protagonists of this year's European championship, where, as co-sponsor, Fassi Gru will be alongside the German team Schwabentruck who make no secret of their ambitions.
 


Fassi Gru S.p.A. - Loader cranes manufacturer since 1965

Fassi Gru is the market leader among Italian producers. Its product range and sales numbers place it among the top producers of hydraulic cranes in the world.

Fassi’s production potential is approximately 12,000 cranes per year. The entire range is exported and distributed throughout the world through an efficient and widespread distribution network. From Canada to France, from the UK to Australia, Fassi’s professionalism is reflected in the company’s aim to meet different market needs, which are often linked to the specific geographical and economic conditions of individual countries.