Hiroshi Hamaguchi

Full Int. GT Open season awaits FFF Racing, Hiroshi Hamaguchi and Tonio Liuzzi

A full season in the 2017 International GT Open awaits the Lamborghini Squadra Corse-supported FFF Racing Team, which will field a sole Huracan GT3 for Japanese gentleman driver Hiroshi Hamaguchi and ex-Formula 1 racer Vitantonio Liuzzi.

Hamaguchi shines as FFF Racing secure podium in round one of GT Open in Portugal

The 2017 GT Open Series got under way this weekend in Estoril, Portugal (29-30 April, 2017) which boasted a strong field of 22 cars including 16 strong professional drivers in what looks to have the making of a very competitive championship.

FFF Racing takes a top seven finish in Asian Le Mans Series 4 Hours of Buriram

FFF Racing Team raced to a top seven result in the Asian Le Mans Series 4 Hours of Buriram – the third and penultimate round of the 2016-17 season – at Chang International Circuit in Thailand (6-8 January).

The Roger Dubuis-supported outfit’s skill and expertise was used to perfect its Lamborghini Huracan GT3’s balance and driveability and this enabled drivers Matt Bell, Hiroshi Hamaguchi and Vitantonio Liuzzi to translate a top ten grid position into a seventh-place result in what was another highly competitive Asian LMS race.

FFF Racing taking 'win or bust' approach to GT3 Le Mans Cup finale at Estoril

FFF Racing Team has nothing to lose and is targeting the top step of the podium with the sole McLaren of Hiroshi Hamaguchi and Adrian Quaife-Hobbs in the final round of the first ever Michelin GT3 Le Mans Cup season at Circuito do Estoril (21-22 October).

Early season form suggested FFF Racing would be in the mix for the inaugural GT3 Le Mans Cup title, but the Italy-based outfit fell out of the race when it was hit by a run of misfortune with the #55 McLaren 650S of Hamaguchi and Quaife-Hobbs.

Stunning second for FFF Racing at Le Mans

The much-awaited sunshine brought out the very best of FFF Racing Team on Saturday (18 June) morning in the Michelin GT3 Le Mans Cup’s headlining ‘Road to Le Mans’ race at Le Mans.

Hiroshi Hamaguchi and Adrian Quaife-Hobbs guided the #55 McLaren 650S to another sensational second position after a stirring drive, against competitors who had previously completed a 24-hour race on the 13.6km Circuit de la Sarthe.

Japanese gentleman racer Hamaguchi was slightly intimidated by the legendary French racetrack on his first run in the wet in practice.