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Trivellato Racing by Villorba Corse is ready to start the season taking part in the first round of 2021 GT4 European Series in Monza with two young crews on Mercedes-AMG GT4. The Italian team led by Raimondo Amadio has completed the drivers’ line up with Jamie Caroline. Born in 1999, the reigning British GT4 champion will join Swiss driver Jean Luc D’Auria, who made his debut with Trivellato Racing last January in the Gulf 12 Hours, on the #70 car. Another reigning champion, Francesco Guerra, from the Italian GT, will take part in the SRO-promoted series on the #90 car pairing Jody Vullo, driver from Milan that clinched one victory and five podium finishes for Trivellato Racing last year.

At the Autodromo Nazionale Monza action will start on Friday with two free practice sessions. Qualifying will take place on Saturday at 11:40hs (09:40hs GMT), while race 1 will start at 17.25hs (15:25hs GMT). Race 2 will get underway at 13:10hs (11:10hs GMT) on Sunday afternoon. Qualifying and both races will be live streamed on http://european.gt4series.com/ .

Team principal Amadio says: “We are really happy to be back in the GT4 European Series and, in general, in the events organized by SRO. It is a real pleasure to be able to announce two young and very promising crews. This year we have two national champion alongside two strong drivers that can’t wait to prove their determination. As a team we will try to give our best from the very beginning. The 2021 debut will be in Monza, our home event will give us further motivation”.

Source. ErregìMEDIA


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