Endurance Cup

#99
PRO
Ricardo Feller
Christopher Haase
Alex Aka
#88
GOLD
Lorenzo Ferrari
Lorenzo Patrese
Leonardo Moncini
Glenn Van Berlo
#66
BRONZE
Andrey Mukovoz
Dylan Pereira
Max Hofer

Sprint Cup

#88
GOLD
Christopher Haase
Lorenzo Ferrari
#66
BRONZE
Andrey Mukovoz
Dylan Pereira

Endurance Cup

#12
PRO
Alex Aka
Pietro Delli Guanti
Rocco Mazzola
#99
PRO
Andrea Cola
Leonardo Moncini
Glenn Van Berlo

Sprint Cup

#12
PRO
#99
PRO
Andrea Cola
Leonardo Moncini

Alex Aka

Born in 2000, he began his career in 2018 in the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Benelux. With Attempto Racing, he finished third in the Silver category in the 2021 GT World Challenge Endurance Cup and second in the same category the following year. The 2023 GT World Challenge season ended with him winning the overall Silver category, in addition to second place in the Sprint Cup and third place in the Endurance Cup.

Andrea Cola

Born in 1999, at the age of 10 he made his debut on karts and at 16 on open wheels, first in the F2 Italian Trophy and then in Formula 3, winning the FIA CEZ Formula 3 Championship in 2017.
After a year in Formula Regional, in 2021 he began his rise in the world of covered wheels and the following year won the ICampionato Italiano Gran Turismo Endurance in the Pro-Am category.

Pietro Delli Guanti

Born in 2004, after achieving success in major karting competitions, he made his debut in the Italian Formula 4 in 2019. He participated in the Formula Regional Championship by Alpine for two years in 2021 and 2022, the same year he also debuted with GT cars in the Gulf 12 Hours of the Intercontinental GT Challenge with Tresor, finishing in the top-ten. In 2023, he continued his collaboration with the team and finished third in the GT World Challenge Endurance Cup.

Ricardo Feller

Born in 2000, Feller made his debut in 2016 in the Italian and German Formula 4 championships. In the following years, he took part in the Blancpain GT Series and the Intercontinental GT Series. After years of experience in the ADAC GT Masters, he won the championship in 2021. In 2023, he finished second in the 12 Hours of Bathurst in the GT3 Pro-Am category and third in the DTM. He is the 2023 GT World Challenge Sprint Cup champion and runner-up in the overall standings.

Lorenzo Ferrari

Born in 2002, after a prolific career in international karting, Ferrari debuted in the Italian Formula 4 in 2019. His GT racing efforts are marked by a series of victories: after winning the 6 Hours of Rome with Audi Sport Italia, in 2021 he was crowned champion of the GT3 category in both the Campionato Italiano Gran Turismo Sprint and Endurance, and the following year he won the title in the European Le Mans Series in the LMGTE category. In 2023, he took part in some races of the German and Italian Porsche Carrera Cup, the Intercontinental GT Challenge, and the Campionato Italiano Gran Turismo.

Christopher Haase

Born in 1987, Haase has been racing with the Audi R8 since 2011, participating in the ADAC GT Masters and winning the 24 Hours of Nürburgring in 2012 and 2014. His GT racing career continued in various European championships, like the Blancpain Endurance Series, where he won the 2012 title in the GT3 Pro category, and international ones, such as the United Sports Car Championship, finishing in second place in 2014. In 2016, he won the 12 Hours of Sepang GT3 category while in 2017 he finished second in the Intercontinental GT Challenge and third in the 10 Hours of Suzuka in the Pro category. He confirmed this result in the Intercontinental GT Challenge the following year and finished second in the Gulf 12 Hours in the GT3 Pro category. In 2019, he won the 24 Hours of Dubai in the A6 Pro category, and in 2020 he finished second in the Pro class of the 24 Hours of Nürburgring. He returned to compete in the Intercontinental GT Challenge in 2021, finishing third. In 2022 with Tresor, he achieved third place overall in the GT World Challenge Sprint Cup, and in 2023 he competed successfully in the International GT Open, finishing second overall.

Max Hofer

Born in 1999, Hofer debuted at a young age in the German Formula 4 in 2015 and participated in the Audi Sport TT Cup the following year. In 2017, he took part in the ADAC TCR Germany and competed in the 24 Hours of Nürburgring and in the ADAC GT Masters the following year, finishing fourth overall in 2019 and fifth in 2020. In 2021, he returned to compete in the 24 Hours of Nürburgring finishing second, while participating in some races of the Campionato Italiano Gran Turismo, the GT World Challenge, and the Intercontinental GT Challenge. In 2023, he finished second in the Gold category of the GT World Challenge Europe

Rocco Mazzola

Born in 2005, he competed in karting until 2021, when he participated in the Italian Sports Prototype Championship and the Italian Formula 4. In 2022 he took part in the Italian GT Championship and finished first in the Endurance GT Cup Pro-Am and second in the Sprint GT Cup Pro-Am. The following year he returned to compete in the Sprint Cup in the GT3 Pro-Am category, finishing sixth in the standings. In 2023 he also competed in two races of the European Ferrari Challenge, securing a podium finish.

Leonardo Moncini

Born in 2004, Moncini began his automotive career competing in karting and debuted in GT in the Porsche Carrera Cup Italia in 2021. The following year, he won the Pro title of the Campionato Italiano Gran Turismo Sprint and finished third in the Campionato Italiano Gran Turismo Endurance. In 2023, he finished fifth in the GT World Challenge Sprint Cup in the Silver category.

Andrey Mukovoz

An endurance racing specialist with GT cars, Mukovoz especially has significant experience with the Porsche 911. In the 24H GT Series, the competition where he has been a protagonist since 2017, he achieved a win and three podiums in 2020, finishing second overall in the 991 class. The following season, he confirmed the same result. In 2023 with Tresor Attempto Racing he participated in the GT World Challenge Sprint Cup, finishing third in the Bronze category.

Lorenzo Patrese

Born in 2005, Patrese developed his driving skills through karting before debuting in the Italian Formula 4 in 2020, in the same year he was selected to participate in the Supercorso Federale ACI Sport. With Tresor by Car Collection, he debuted in a GT3 in the GT World Challenge 2022. In 2023 with the team he finished third in the Silver category of the GT World Challenge Endurance Cup and second in the GT World Challenge Sprint Cup. He is the current champion of the overall title in the Silver category in the GT World Challenge.

Dylan Pereira

Born in 1997, Pereira was trained in international karting competitions and debuted in GT racing in the Volkswagen Castrol Cup in 2014. The following year he finished second in both the 24 Hours of Dubai and the Volkswagen Golf Cup Poland. His commitment in Porsche competitions has been consistent and productive: in 2016, he took part in the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, and the following year, he finished third overall in the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East. He was fourth for two consecutive years, 2018 and 2019, in the Porsche Carrera Cup Germany, and he finished second in the following season and third in 2022. In 2020, he returned to compete in the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, finishing second in the standings, and in 2022 he was crowned champion. His participation in the FIA WEC in 2021 saw him finishing second in the LMGTE AM category and ninth in the overall GTE standings. He also won the 24 Hours of Nürburgring in 2023 in the Pro category and was second at the 24 Hours of Zolder.

Glenn Van Berlo

Classe 2002, compete nei kart sin da giovanissimo, vincendo nel 2012 il Chrono Dutch Rotax Max Challenge e il BNL Karting Series. A 17 anni debutta nel Campionato Spagnolo di Formula 4, arrivando terzo al suo primo anno nella categoria, con 10 podi e 3 vittorie. Dopo un anno in Euroformula Open, debutta con le ruote coperte e nel 2022 conquista il terzo posto nell'International GT Open. Nel 2023 si laurea campione Silver nel Fanatec GT World Challenge powered by AWS Endurance Cup.

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