After the experience gained in the 2014 and 2015 seasons, Hexathron Racing Systems returns to support a leading team in the Porsche Carrera Cup Italia.

GDL Racing has in fact chosen the engineering company based in Milan as the technical partner for the 2020 season of the italian championship reserved for the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup, with a collaboration that will also extend to some events of the Porsche Sports Cup Suisse and the International GT Open Cup. To support the cars of Gianluca De Lorenzi’s team on the track will be Marco Calovolo, who has already collaborated with GDL Racing on several occasions, including the Dubai 24 Hours and the Zandvoort 12 Hours.

Marco Calovolo (Hexathron Racing Systems): “We have known each other for a long time with Gianluca and for the great esteem I have for him, both as a driver and as Team principal, I am more than very pleased with his request to go back to work together this season. GDL Racing is a very active team, also at an international level, and over the years has achieved important results with various GT cars such as Porsche, Lamborghini and Mercedes. Porsche Carrera Cup Italia is one of the most competitive championships in Europe and will certainly be an interesting challenge; in the recent weeks we have conducted some tests with positive results, in addition to the official one yesterday at Mugello. To this commitment other events like International GT Open will be added, and events of the Porsche Cup Suisse too, as a matter of fact the first already took place in Hockenheim last weekend.

Gianluca De Lorenzi (GDL Racing): “We are on the eve of a very demanding season and as always we want to start well prepared to be competitive. The experience of Hexathron Racing Systems will therefore be an important factor to add to the quality of our team to achieve the goals we have set.

GDL Racing will compete in the Porsche Carrera Cup Italia which kicks off this weekend at the Mugello Circuit, fielding three cars for Risto Vukov, Federico Reggiani and the duo formed by Max Montagnese and Max Donzelli. Two cars also lined up in the Porsche Sports Cup Suisse and in the International GT Open with Mario Cordoni and Roberto Rayneri.