1. GTC South Africa: Rowe reigns in Cape

    Daniel Rowe of Volkswagen Motorsport South Africa has won race 2 of the second round of Sasol GRC, the South African touring car championship. Rowe, equipped with Omp One Art suit with exclusive design, is now fifth overall in a very open championship.

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  2. Lambo's first roar

    The n. 63 Grasser Racing Team’s Lamborghini Huracán GT3, reigning champion of the prestigious GT series by SRO, triumphed at Zolder during the opening round of the Sprint Cup.   The authors of the victory are the Lamborghini Squadra Corse Factory Drivers Mirko Bortolotti and Christian Engelhart, supported by the irreproachable teamwork of the Austrian team and the performa...

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  3. Huracán over America

    OMP partner Lamborghini seems to be the big competitor to beat in the GTD class' IMSA 2018 season After winning the 24 Hours of Daytona last January, Lamborghini has scored another extraordinary result. The Huracán GT3 # 48 of Paul Miller Racing triumphed in the famous 12 Hours of Sebring, one of the great classic American endurance races, now in its 66th edition, valid for the IMSA W...

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  4. Girls on track with us

    As part of its new “European Young Girls Programme”, the FIA has set up the first “Girls on track karting challenge”, to help promote motorsport among girls between the ages of 13 & 18. The program will run over the course of the next two years. Over the course of its first year, karting events will be set up in urban locations around Europe with eight nati...

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  5. How underwear saves lives

    How underwear saves lives

    Safety from fire is often related to homologated suits, but maybe not enough attention has been devoted to the work of underwear in the task of saving drivers’ lifes.   Long johns and top are fundamental. They are, in fact, an integral part of the suit. Fire tests such as the ones executed with Dupont ThermoManTM testify that: the suit’s layers retard the transmission of he...

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