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Doriano Romboni

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8 December 1968 Lerici, Italy (

November 30, 2013, Latina, Italy

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Doriano Romboni (8 December 1968 in Lerici, Italy – 30 November 2013 in Latina, Italy) was an Italian Grand Prix motorcycle road racer.


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Romboni raced in 125cc and 250cc World Championship races on Hondas. In 1996 he rode for the Aprilia factory in the 500cc class aboard a bike with a V-twin, 250cc engine that had been enlarged to 380cc. Aprilia tried to take advantage of the bike's lightweight and agility against their more powerful competition. Romboni managed to finish in 10th place in the 1997 season before Aprilia withdrew the project. He raced for the MuZ team in one race in the 1998 season.

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In 1999 he switched to the Superbike World Championship on a private Ducati. He was a frontrunner in the early races. At Monza he briefly ran third behind Carl Fogarty and Troy Corser before he collided with Aaron Slight and hurt his leg. He briefly returned to the series in 2000 then again in 2004.


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On 30 November 2013 Romboni died in a crash during the second edition of "Sic day", a race in honor of the memory of the Italian racer Marco Simoncelli, who also died in a race crash in 2011.

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(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Races by year

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(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)


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