FFF Racing Team can confirm that India’s Parth Ghorpade will compete in the 2017 Lamborghini Super Trofeo Middle East and Asia as the latest entry to its Young Driver Development Programme.
Ghorpade, who bagged five national karting titles in his native India, graduated to cars in the 2011 French F4 Championship, but won the Asian Formula Pilota Series in 2012 to then become the first Indian to test with the Ferrari Driver Academy.
FFF Racing Team welcomes Jack Bartholomew to its Young Driver Development Programme and can confirm the British young gun for its Lamborghini Super Trofeo Middle East and Asia campaigns.
The 18-year old from Lewes in East Sussex raced karts for seven years in the UK and on the international stage before stepping up to cars in 2015.
FFF Racing Team will field a second Roger Dubuis-liveried Lamborghini Huracan GT3 for Dutchman Jeroen Mul and Italian racer Marco Mapelli to strengthen its push for the 2016 GT Asia Series title with Andrea Amici and Edoardo Liberati at the Shanghai International Circuit (19-20 October).
Mul made his GT Asia Series debut with FFF Racing when the Italy-based team doubled-up its efforts by fielding a second Lamborghini Huracan in the penultimate round of the championship at the SIC in August.
FFF Racing Team is pleased to confirm Mirko Bortolotti and Andre Couto as its drivers for the 2016 FIA GT World Cup at the 63rd Macau Grand Prix (17-20 November).
The Pescara, Italy-based outfit announced its entry to the GT World Cup in August, but can only now confirm that Bortolotti and Couto will drive its Lamborghini Huracan GT3s in the Macau event.
After several years of karting, Bortolotti began his single-seater career in the 2005 Italian Formula Renault Winter Series and Formula Gloria, before finishing runner-up in the 2006 Formula Azzurra Drivers’ Championship.
The 2016-17 Asian Le Mans Series (AsLMS) was revealed as the latest addition to FFF Racing Team’s bi-continental competition programme at an official season launch in Zhuhai, China today (Sunday 18 September).
The AsLMS was resurrected by the Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO) in 2013 as a successor to the now defunct Japan Le Mans Challenge.
In what has been hailed as a fine team display, FFF Racing preserved its championship lead by battling to a podium finish with Edoardo Liberati and Andrea Amici in the penultimate round of the 2016 GT Asia Series at the Shanghai International Circuit in China (20-21 August).
Both FFF Racing Lamborghinis ran competitively during a day of testing at the Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix venue, therefore the Roger Dubuis-supported team was in good shape entering the first of two qualifying sessions on Saturday (20 August) morning.
FFF Racing Team will have a greater presence in international motorsport in 2016, and it is delighted to firstly confirm its entry in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe with Chinese racer and entrepreneur, Sean Fu Songyang.
The Lamborghini Super Trofeo boasts a coveted slot on the Blancpain Endurance Series support package and each round encompasses one qualifier and a pair of 50-minute feature races, while the calendar takes in many of Europe’s most hallowed racetracks.