It has been a very hard race weekend for Hexathron Racing Systems, involved in many events around the Europe. At Hungaroring, in the third round of FIA WTCC, Hexathron Racing Systems claim the first win of the season thank to Gianni Morbidelli and the Chevrolet Cruze RML TC1 prepared by All-Inkl.com Racing and followed by our engineer Maurizio Soro; from LADA Sport Lukoil side, engineer Marco Calovolo and James Thompson continue the development of LADA Granta TC1 and they will be involved also in some tests next days.
In Spa-Francorchamps, engineer Jacopo Fedele worked on AF Corse Ferrari 458 GT2 driven by Raffaele Giammaria, Lorenzo Casé and Peter Mann for the second event of FIA World Endurance Championship: the italian supercar suffered some technical problems during the race and it seen the chequered flag only as 7th in GTE-Am class and 26th overall. Few kilometers far from Ardennes Forest, at Nurburgring, Hexathron Racing Systems worked in the first event of International GT Open 2014: engineer Lorenzo Rubino joined the portuguese Sports & You racing team and its Mercedes SLS AMG GT3; in the same place, also the SEAT Leon Eurocup kicked off for its first race and our staff was in Germany as technical support of Team Dinamic and its three SEAT Leon Cup Racer cars driven by Marco Pellegrini, Stefano Zanini and Piero Foglio.
Hexathron Racing Systems will be on track again next weekend in two different locations: in Slovakia, at Slovakiaring, the FIA WTCC will race its fourth round of the season while in Misano Adriatico (Italy), we will be involved in three different series: Italian GT Championship (Sports & You), Italian Touring Endurance Series (Team Dinamic) and Porsche Carrera Cup Italia (Team Dinamic).