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TRIVELLATO RACING BY VILLORBA CORSE BACK IN GT4 EUROPEAN SERIES AT LE CASTELLET

The second round of 2021 season for Trivellato Racing by Villorba Corse at Le Castellet. The Italian team is back in action in the GT4 European Series at the Paul Ricard circuit with their two very young crews on Mercedes-AMG GT4.

After the first points they scored in Monza on the #90 car, Francesco Guerra and Jody Vullo aim to increase their experience and global performance: The Italian GT4 champion and the young driver from Milan are pairing for the first time and also for the first time are competing in the SRO-promoted series, which reached the French circuit with a grid of 44 cars. Among these is the second Mercedes-AMG GT4 of the Italian team led by Raimondo Amadio: on #70 car British GT4 champion Jamie Caroline and Swiss driver Jean Luc D’Auria will seek revenge after Monza, where they where forced to retire after an early contact.

At Paul Ricard circuit qualifying will take place on Saturday at 11:55hs (local hour). On Sunday race 1 gets underway at 9.50hs and race 2 at 15:35hs

Team principal Amadio says: “Atmosphere and paddock of the championship are more and more interesting. At Le Castellet we have to score valuable points for the championship bringing home as much as possible. We have thoroughly analyzed the round at Monza, in France we will find a very large and competitive grid again, it will be crucial not to make mistakes trying to maximize our result in every race”.

Source. ErregìMEDIA

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