The European Series launched in 2010 is back to the action and Wolf Racing Cars decided to field 3 Wolf GB08 Tornado.
The time has come to switch engines on again for the Speed Euroseries, the prestigious championship launched in 2010 for Sport Production cars belonging to the CN group. This new European challenge will unfold in three rounds in a joint event with the new Thunder Euroseries that is part of the Formula X Italian Series.
This innovative project devised by Luca Panizzi (i.e. the organizer of Formula X Italian Series) will take the European Series again on some of the main European circuits, renewing that virtuous loop that highlighted the qualities of Drivers, Teams and Constructors over the years.
Wolf Racing Cars has a long tradition in the Speed Euroseries and it currently holds the record of victories, 27. Ivan Bellarosa put his name on the Hall of Fame of the series a solid 23 times. The Wolf Racing Cars brand has won the constructors’ title on three occasions: 2011, 2012 and 2019. This is a great result, considering that this European series is a real challenge involving all the Constructors of the category. Makes of the likes of Wolf, Wfr, Juno, Ligier, Norma, Osella, Tatuus, Tiga and Lucchini contested the series in 2012.
The first victory for Wolf Racing Cars came in 2012 with Ivan Bellarosa (Wolf GB08). The driver repeated this win in the Wolf GB08 Tornado in 2019. All is in place to continue this tradition as Wolf Racing Cars will be at the start of this new campaign with three Wolf GB08 Tornado.
Season 2022 will see the European series restart with a tasty mix of novelties to get the best CN cars challenging each other (a specific class will be devised for these cars) and also those of the Unlimited class (reserved to the Sports Prototypes), that will have to be powered by a production-derived engine and will be subject to a specific BOP decided by the organizer.
The calendar includes three rounds for a total of six races. Each race will be of the length of 30 minutes + 1 lap. The rounds: June 18-19 - Spa Francorchamps (Belgium), September 10-11 - Barcelona (Spain), October 29-30 Monza (Italy).
Tyres will be provided by Hankook. Six sets of tyres will be included in the entry fees of the championship that amount to Euros 15,500 + VAT.
The format will include all the benefits of the Formula X Racing Weekend: a dynamic and effective communication, live tv coverage on MS Motor TV (channel 229 SKY) featuring overlay and on-board cameras, a paddock with drivers and fans at the centre of the attention, support initiatives and special care to the visibility and welcoming of sponsors.
For more information, please visit the website www.formulaxitalianseries.it, the Facebook page @speedEUseries or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay tuned as the renewed website www.speedeuroseries.net will be available soon.