Italian team to test its LMP3 Ligier for the first time in Le Castellet with 22 year old rookie driver from Milan alongside Lacorte and Sernagiotto, who had already confirmed their “Road to Le Mans” project.

Scuderia Villorba Corse gets back in action for the first time in 2016 at the European Le Mans Series official test on March 22/23 at Le Castellet. Italian team will test the new Ligier JS P3 powered by Nissan adding Niccolò Schirò to its regular driver line-up formed by Roberto Lacorte and Giorgio Sernagiotto, who had already confirmed their “Road to Le Mans” racing project. The 22 year old driver from Milan will make his debut on a LMP3 class prototype after two brilliant GT seasons with the team led by Raimondo Amadio.
Team principal Amadio says; “We are expecting two very demanding days in Le Castellet. Approaching the start of the season with Schirò is a reinforcement for our entire racing program. For him this will be the third season with us. He is perfectly integrated within the team. I believe that with Lacorte and Sernagiotto as teammates he will be at ease and will be able to make the most of his undoubted potential”.

European Le Mans Series calendar: 16 apr. Silverstone (GBR); 15 may Imola (ITA); 17 july Spielberg (AUT); 28 aug. Le Castellet (FRA); 25 sept. Spa (BEL); 23 oct. Estoril (POR).

21 Mar 2016


Lacorte / Sernagiotto to continue their "Road to Le Mans" project with the new LMP3 prototype.

Scuderia Villorba Corse will take part in the European Le Mans Series also in 2016. Italian team is confirming its LMP3 class commitments in the ACO Le Mans sanctioned international championship but it will line up a different prototype; the new Ligier JS P3. Villorba Corse is already working on this new challenge, also confirming the V8 Nissan engine and their enterly Italian driver line-up formed by Roberto Lacorte and Giorgio Sernagiotto, who finished second in two occasions out of four races last season. The squad led by Raimondo Amadio will inaugurate the second year of their "Road to Le Mans" project at Silverstone, ELMS season opener over the weekend of April 17th.

Alongside their GT programmes, this new endurance challenge and this technical change, which gives Villorba Corse the opportunity to join forces with another international excellence, are strengthening team's ambitions to be among the major contenders in the Le Mans Prototype world, as Team Principal Amadio confirms; “Switching to Ligier is a reinforcement of our firm belief in the LMP3 class effectiveness. As planned, 2015 was a formative year, now we aim to take advantage of that experience and with Roberto and Giorgio we can do a very good job. We mutually learned to work together on the same project and thanks to the development we are putting in practice inside our structure the team will be very well prepared for an exciting season”.

Lacorte says; “It will be a very stimulating year for our way towards the Le Mans 24 Hours. By switching to Ligier, with a new and specialized engineer at our side and with a new organization, Villorba Corse is doing a lot to begin the season in the best possible way. I look forward to lower the visor and take on this new challenge with the right determination and concentration”.
Sernagiotto adds; “After a training year, very difficult but also very important, we are ready for a new challenge with a new chassis. The team with Roberto Lacorte and Villorba Corse is very close-knit and we are excited to start up again for a great 2016!”.

European Le Mans Series calendar: 16 apr. Silverstone (GBR); 15 may Imola (ITA); 17 july Spielberg (AUT); 28 aug. Le Castellet (FRA); 25 sept. Spa (BEL); 23 oct. Estoril (POR).

25 Jan 2016


Under the aegis of the House of the Trident, the Italian team will line up four GranTurismo MC in the international championship promoted by SRO Motorsports Group.

Scuderia Villorba Corse officially announces their first racing program for the 2016 season. Italian team will take part in the Competition102 GT4 European Series with four Maserati GranTurismo MC in GT4-specs. For the championship, Villorba Corse becomes partner and reference team of the House of the Trident. Under the aegis of Maserati the squad led by Raimondo Amadio will debut in this new adventure that, as a sort of a "racing with Maserati" programme, will join their several activities. Moreover, this GT commitment expansion allows the team to stay in the same automotive group and "sports family", for which, under the brand "racing with Ferrari", Villorba Corse has contributed to many national and international successes over the years.

Just this week the team is in Abu Dhabi for the final round of the Maserati Trofeo World Series, where it technically manages the Redragon Motorsport car, and simultaneously is working for the challenge of the 2016 GT4 European Series, a competitive, multi-brand championship for professional and amateur drivers. SRO Motorsports Group announced that it has taken back responsibility in the series promotion. That will enable the championship to grow and to join spectacular events at premier European racetracks, starting from Monza on April 24.

Team Principal Amadio says: “We have looked at the development of the GT4 category very closely. We
believe that our decision will prove right in bringing a future of good achievements. This championship is part of Stéphane Ratel's SRO family, ensuring professionalism and competitiveness, and Villorba Corse is proud to represent such a prestigious and full of sporting history brand as Maserati. More details will follow in the coming weeks but we are already excited by this new challenge”.

10 Dec 2015


Saturday, May 3rd
at 4 p.m. Race 1, live on RaiSport 2 or live streaming on (WEB TV)

Sunday, May 4th
at 1 p.m. Race 2, live on RaiSport 2 or live streaming on (WEB TV)

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