RACING HIGHLIGHTS 2013. Nicoletti debuted in the premier class riding for the N-Fab Ti-Lube Yamaha team with backing from his long-time supporter Dr. Maresca and N-Fab CEO Thomas Fichter. He struggled at first as many rookies do, but then strung off nine qualifying rides in a row. In motocross Nicoletti had two top-10 overall finishes, his highest a seventh at Southwick, the toughest course on the circuit. He had eight top-10 individual moto results and was only outside of the top-15 overall results three times. 2012. Mechanical issues plagued Nicoletti at the outset of the 2012 supercross season. He was able to earn two top-five and one top-10 finish in 250SX East competition. As the issues with his equipment continued into the motocross season he and his team mutually agreed to part ways. Determined to succeed, Nicoletti showed up at the Southwick round on a year-old privateer machine and raced near the front of the field before another mechanical issue took him out of the moto. He rebounded with a 13th in the second moto. He then scored two back-to-back top-10 overall finishes at Unadilla and Steel City (both eighth overall). 2011. Niccoletti secured a Monster Energy backed ride racing the Australian Motocross Nationals earning a solid third overall in the series. He may very well still have been in Australia to this day as he had offers to race there in 2012 but a miscommunication regarding his Visa caused him to be banned from visiting the country for three years. 2010. Nicoletti raced 250SX West supercross earning three top-10 results and eighth in series points. He contested the 250 Class in motocross finishing in the points at five events with his best an 11th overall at the Pala round. 2009. Nicoletti qualified for two rounds of 250SX East competition finishing 18th in both. He raced a limited motocross schedule with his best result a 20th at Steel City. 2008. Raced limited number of 250SX East supercross with his best finish a 16th in Atlanta. Competed in the 250 Class in motocross earning points five times and an eighth overall at the Steel City round.
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