06.03.2021 · In evidence


A Strade Bianche rode to attack by the young neo-pro Samuele Zoccarato, who was good at getting into the action of the day after an hour of riding at over 50km / h on average. The best of the team on the finish line is Filippo Zana 41st, in the fastest edition since 2016.

A Strade Bianche of the highest level and racing at a very high speed, saw Samuele Zoccarato among the protagonists of the day’s action. Various attempts were made to escape, including the attempt by Giovanni Visconti. After more than an hour of riding at more than 50km / h on average, the action of the day starts with 8 protagonists, including the young neo-professional of Bardiani CSF Faizanè Samuele Zoccarato.


“I am very happy to have hit a break that is anything but easy to take on my first World Tour race.” Samuele Zoccarato declares. “The reconnaissance of the route we took with the team last Saturday was fundamental, for this I really have to thank the team that puts us in the best conditions to tackle such important races. Unfortunately when they opened the throttle behind they caught us on the seventh stretch of dirt road, after which I wanted to hold on and finish my first World Tour race at all costs. “


Also in the spotlight in the team was Filippo Zana, a young born in 1999, long in the group of the best in one of the fastest ever edition of Strade Bianche. In fact, to find a similar finish time, it is necessary to return to the 2016 triumph in Cancelllara. Filippo Zana finished 41st, 6’48 ” behind the winner of the day Mathieu Van Der Poel.



1° Mathieu Van Der Poel

2° Julian Alaphilippe

3° Egan Bernal


41° Filippo Zana

95° Alessandro Tonelli

11° Samuele Zoccarato