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For the second year in a row, RTR Sports Marketing is pleased to announce the collaboration with Mirco Lazzari, one of the greatest interpreters of the MotoGP World Championship and a Nikon Italy official photographer. Mirco’s pictures, originally distributed by Grazia Neri and then by Getty Images, have brought to the Imolese photographer several awards, including the Fuji Sport Award, the Confartigianato award, the Bandini one and the Mild Seven Renault Trophy.

Mirco Lazzari has been collaborating with RTR Sports Marketing for many years, joining competence and friendship, providing exclusive insights, behind-the-scenes and stunning images of the most exciting two-wheeled sport in the World.

For all these reasons, it is really a pleasure for us to let you know  that these RTR sports pages are going to host more pictures, more columns and unmissable content related to Mirco’s job, to his travels and his life in the MotoGP paddock .

As for 2013, we are going on with “Mirco Lazzari portrays MotoGP”, the column containing small tutorials, technical details and tips for taking the best photos from the most beloved tracks around the world. There is more: every Tuesday morning following the GP, you can enjoy the “GP Gallery“, with exclusive images of the last race of the World Championship. In addition, throughout the year, the photographer’ words and pictures will carry us into his personal perspective: “Mirco’s travels” aims to tell us the MotoGP world away from the limelight, a world also made of airports, luggage, restaurants, laughter and friendships.

In the next days, on these pages, we will give you a taste of what awaits you: we are pretty sure you – like us – will find in the stunning Mirco’s shots a fantastic and exciting way to live the beloved two-wheels.

Mirco Lazzari’s new MotoGP book is available on Amazon. Find it here.


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