North American Amateur Drivers Association prepares for international competition

Monticello, NY — Members of the North American Amateur Drivers Association are preparing for the upcoming international competition with their counterparts from Italy.

According to Alan Schwartz, the VP of NAADA, “We are looking forward to hosting our Italian friends and competing against them on American soil in early August.

“The mainstay of Italian racing is a friend and gentleman from Treviso, Italy, named Mauro Biasuzzi. Mauro comes from a prominent family in Italian racing and he winters in Florida. He is a frequenter of all the sales including Harrisburg and Lexington.

“Mauro is a replacement for Gianluca DiVenti who had to bow out of the competition.”

Mauro has more than 800 career wins and is the president of all the gentlemen drivers clubs in Italy. He once stood a stallion in New York State at Blue Chip Farm by the name of Equinox Bi.

Mauro will be accompanied by Daniele Orsini, who is in charge of all international events, Roberto Giannoni and Francesco Caruso.

“All are extremely excited about racing at the Meadowlands and attending the Hambletonian on Aug.6,” Schwartz added. “While it may not be the first trip for some, it may be their initial trip over the Meadowlands, Yonkers and Monticello and it is something they have traveled across the Atlantic to realize that dream.”

A version of their planned itinerary will be forthcoming.

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