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November 16th, 2015, 02:34 PM   #1
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Italian with #46 wins world championship at Valencia! No kidding...

Nicoḷ Bulega, 16 years old, is the first Italian to win the Spanish championship and the title of Junior Moto3 World Champion.... at Valencia!

Bulega races for the VR46 team and uses #46. He dedicated his title to Valentino Rossi.



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Nicoḷ Bulega, 16 years old, is the first Italian to win the Spanish championship and the title of Junior Moto3 World Champion.... at Valencia!

Bulega races for the VR46 team and uses #46. He dedicated his title to Valentino Rossi.



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So what? - Danny Kent rides No.52 and dedicated his titl...ok, perhaps not quite the same.
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