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RICCARDO AGOSTINI JOINS AUDI SPORT ITALIA FOR 2020 ITALIAN GT CAMPAIGN

After having won five titles, four of them in GT, the Italian Sprint Series reigning Champion Riccardo Agostini has confirmed his double commitment both in the Sprint and Endurance Series. The young Padova-based driver, who turned 26 last April, will race under the banner of Audi Sport Italia, the well-experienced team led by Emilio Radaelli … Continue reading

RICCARDO AGOSTINI HEADS TO IMOLA AIMING TO CONSOLIDATE HIS ITALIAN GT SPRINT CHAMPIONSHIP LEAD

The Italian GT Sprint heads this weekend to Imola for the second round of the season, where Riccardo Agostini aims to show well again. The Italian driver started his series’ campaign at Vallelunga taking the first pole position of his GT3 career and claiming a second place and one victory, sharing the duties with Alessio … Continue reading

TRIUMPHANT WEEKEND FOR LAMBORGHINI IN ITALIAN GT

There was success for Lamborghini this weekend in the Italian GT Endurance series at Misano, with Alex Frassineti, Jeroen Mul and Vito Postiglione taking victory for Imperiale Racing (Lamborghini Huracán GT3 EVO). The Italian-Dutch crew moved from the third row of the grid, with Postiglione at the wheel, to lead early on in wet conditions. … Continue reading

RICCARDO AGOSTINI AIMS FOR AN ENCORE AS THE ITALIAN GT CHAMPIONSHIP HEADS TO MISANO

Two weeks after the victorious Italian GT Sprint opener at Vallelunga, Riccardo Agostini is set for the second round of the Endurance Series held this coming weekend (May 18/19) at the Misano Adriatico Circuit. Third in the Pro-Am category at the most recent 3 Hours of Monza in the Antonelli Motorsport’s Mercedes-AMG GT3 car, Agostini … Continue reading

RICCARDO AGOSTINI EXTENDS ITALIAN GT PROGRAMME WITH ANTONELLI MOTORSPORT

The podium of the Italian GT opener in Monza, showed the great strength of the Riccardo Agostini and Alessio Rovera pair. The duo, considering the result achieved early this April when they shared the Antonelli Motorsport’s Mercedes-AMG GT3 (Agostini started the season with the quickest lap time in free practice 2 and was one of … Continue reading

NOVA RACE “FLOATS” BETTER IN ITALIAN GT ENDURANCE POSTING WIN IN TRICKY MONZA

The win that Nova Race posted in Monza yesterday in the Italian Gran Turismo Endurance Championship opener stemmed from strategy and experience: Luca Magnoni and Aleksander Schjerpen had had good grades on Saturday sealing off Qualifying boasting the second fastest GT4 time. However, as Sunday approached, concerns prevailed that the sheer power and slickness of … Continue reading

GREAT DEBUT FOR NOVA RACE IN THE ITALIAN GT 2019 CHAMPIONSHIP

Qualifying for the first round of the GT 2019 Endurance Championship took place today in Monza. Under a sky that threatened rain, but fortunately spared the historic Brianza circuit, Nova Race with its Ginetta G55 driven by Luca Magnoni and the Norwegian Aleksander Schjerpen won a well-deserved second place in qualifying reserved for GT4. The … Continue reading

RICCARDO AGOSTINI JOINS ANTONELLI MOTORSPORT IN ITALIAN GT

Team Antonelli Motorsport announced Riccardo Agostini as the third driver in one of the Mercedes-AMG GT3 line-up for the Italian GT Endurance. The 24-year-old from Padova, will share the wheel with his country-fellow Alessio Rovera and the Russian Alexander Moiseev since this week’s opening round in Monza (6/7 April). With Antonelli Motorsport, the young Italian … Continue reading

COLOMBO, LINOSSI JOIN ANTONELLI MOTORSPORT IN THE ITALIAN GT CHAMPIONSHIP

Stefano Colombo and Francesca Linossi join team Antonelli Motorsport for the upcoming Italian GT season. Colombo, a 28-year-old skilled racer from Borgomanero who won the GT3 title in 2012, will be partnered by his fiancée on a Mercedes-AMG GT3 car. The pair will enter all the Endurance series events alongside another driver still to be … Continue reading

ERIK JOHANSSON IS THE NEW BMW MOTORSPORT JUNIOR FOR 2019

After an intensive three-day selection procedure, the decision has been made: Erik Johansson (SWE) has been accepted onto the 2019 BMW Motorsport Junior Programme. The 22-year-old former BMW Customer Racing driver triumphed over three other candidates in Wednesday’s shoot-out in the BMW Motorsport simulator. As a reward, a substantial part of his training programme will … Continue reading

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