Press release 34/2019 17.10.2019
During the weekend, the Pedrengo team will be divided into two very important events in the European racing scene, given that it is the last seasonal championship race for both events. At Monza on the ACI Sport weekend the Italian GT Sprint will see the race cars derived from the series in the GT3, GT-Light and GT4 categories where Autorlando-Sport will bring three cars: 718 Cayman GT4 for Ghezzi-Camathias (# 276), Cerati -Church (# 275) and 997 GT4 for Baruchelli-Bravetti. On the Paul Ricard circuit in France, the Porsche 934 Turbo will be deployed for the last round of the CER II with Caffi-Cabianca.
After the success of the Italian GT Endurance Championship, Ghezzi and Chiesa will try to make the season that brought the new German cars into Italy even more tangible, if there were any need, catching excellent results, podiums and victories, also taking two titles at Mugello two weeks ago. Alongside Giuseppe, Camathias returns after the birth of his first son kept him away from the circuits in September, while Cerati finds the young Swiss Chiesa at his side.
Seasonal debut instead for the couple Baruchelli-Bravetti that will bring on track for the first time this year in the Italian GT4 the 997.
In France at Paul Ricard track Peter Auto closes the season with his championships and the Caffi-Cabianca couple who had made their debut in Barcelona at the start of the season are reformed for the Autorlando-Sport team. On board of the 934 Turbo, the two drivers will try to take a result that balances the second place in the standings of Cabianca. In the Endurance Racing Legend championship there will be no the 996 RSR usually driven by Maurizio Fratti who currently leads the drivers’ standings since the Paul Ricard race for the ERL championship was not scheduled at the beginning of the season so the driver and the team ended the season with the Porsche 996 at Monza.
Below you can find the timetable to follow our events and we remind you that in Monza a small hospitality area will be set up inside the box 29-30 to allow you to see the team at work and to breathe even more closely the racing atmosphere that combined with the speed and sound unites us in living our passion for Motorsport.
Campionato Italiano GT
Free practice fri 10:40 FP1, 14:20 FP2
Qualify sat 10:00
Race sat 17:10 R1 (TV direct on AutomotoTV-SKY228) sun 14 R2 (TV direct on Raisport-D.T.57)
Free practice fri 14:40
Qualify sat 14:25
Race sun 10:35
Info and results at:
Info and results at: