News From Italy & Spain
Gabriele Tosi and Sergio Fonseca have been digging
through press releases and magazines for the latest news from the
in Italy suggests that Loris Kessel Racing will enter a Ferrari
575 (probably) or a 550 in the Italian GT Championship, with Kessel
himself and Andrea Chiesa at the wheel.
Still with big
Ferraris, and again either a 550 or a 575, for former Porsche Club
Driver Max Cattori and LaVecchia, in Itralian GTs, while Lamborghini
Trophy driver Vincenzo Tirella is expected to enter a Lamborghini
Gallardo in some FIA GT rounds.
Diesel engines may or may not be the power plant for future LMP1
cars, but the Campionato Italiano Prototipi will see a 2.0 diesel
mounted in a Sighinolfi prototype.
According to the Spanish magazine Auto Hebdo Sport, Scuderia
Cavallino isn't going to enter two 575 GTCs in the FIA GT Championship
(as the team originally stated in a press presentation at Barcelona).
The team will now run two Ferrari 360 GTCs (so that should help
balance out the two classes). Alberto Cano's team has two drivers
confirmed: Iñaki Goiburu and Marcel Costa.
team apparently wants two famous, international (ex- Ferrari F1drivers)
for the second car, and it is apparently talking to Jacky Ickx and