FFF Racing Team is readying itself for a bi-continental double-header at Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari di Imola in Italy and the Korea International Circuit in South Korea (13-15 May).
A three-part 2016 campaign commenced with the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe last month, but FFF Racing will have a strong presence in both Europe and Asia this weekend, when it kicks off its Michelin GT3 Le Mans Cup and GT Asia Series programmes.
FFF Racing visits its home circuit, Imola, for the opening round of the Michelin-backed GT3 Le Mans Cup, which is a brand new concept derived by the Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO) that’s purely for GT3-spec cars and centred around bronze category ‘gentleman’ drivers.
The curtain will be raised on the GT3 Le Mans Cup to reveal a small, yet diverse grid made up of high quality teams, and FFF Racing will field a new-for-2016 Lamborghini Huracan GT3 for Chinese entrepreneur Sean Fu Songyang and Italian ace Andrea Caldarelli, as well as a McLaren 650S for Japanese gent Hiroshi Hamaguchi and British pro Adrian Quaife-Hobbs.
However, this coincides with the start of the team’s second consecutive season in the GT Asia Series at the Korea International Circuit.
The Pescara-based outfit is set to campaign a solitary Huracan GT3 for Lamborghini junior drivers Andrea Amici and Edoardo Liberati in the GT Asia Series, which has operated under various guises since it was founded by Motorsport Asia Limited and the Supercar Club of Hong Kong in 2008 and continues to grow in stature.