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2015 Ferrari Challenge Europe Championship: Podium for Gautam Singhania at Budapest

29 Jun 2015 / 0

Budapest saw Gautam Singhania grab his second podium finish at the Ferrari Challenge Europe Championship this year. The Kessel Racing driver who’s debuting in the Coppa Shell Category of the championship, finished second in his class in Race 1.

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The Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI) endorsed championship comprises 15 races that are held across Italy, France, Spain andHungary. Singhania had also bagged a podium finish at a round held previously, in Monza, Italy.

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“It is a proud moment for me to secure a podium finish at the third round of this prestigious Ferrari event. It has been a great start for me this weekend and have set my sights on the Championship and World Finals 2015,” Gautam Singhania said after his win in Budapest.

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The World Final for the Ferrari Challenge Europe Championship will be held in December 2015, along side championships for North America and Asia. The competition trickles down to 40-50 cars on the grid by the end of the season.

Gautam Hari Singhania gets another podium finish in the Ferrari Challenge Europe Championship 2015

Finishes 2nd in his Category with Kessel Racing Team in Budapest leg of Ferrari Challenge
Budapest, HUNGARY / Mumbai, 27th June, 20155: - Gautam Hari Singhania, Chairman and Managing Director, Raymond Limited and Founder Chairman, Super Car Club, secured a historic podium finish at the prestigious Ferrari event – Ferrari Challenge Europe Championship 2015 at Budapest, Hungary. He finished 2nd in his category – Coppa Shell in Race 1 and had also qualified 2nd earlier in the day. The Ferrari Challenge Europe Championship 2015 started in April 2015 at Monza, Italy where Singhania secured a double podium finish and is also endorsed by the Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI).

Commenting on his historic win, Gautam Hari Singhania said “It is a proud moment for me to secure a podium finish at the third round of this prestigious Ferrari event. It has been a great start for me this weekend and have set my sights on the Championship and World Finals 2015.”

The entire season comprises in total of 15 races with two races a weekend, spread over six weekends mainly at Monza (ITALY), Imola (ITALY), Mugello (ITALY), Le Castellet (FRANCE), Valencia (SPAIN) and Budapest (HUNGARY). This culminates into to the world finals, consisting of three races in December 2015, where one race is together with the other two regions of Asia and North America. The gird will consist of about 40-50 cars like last year and there's sure to be some competitive racing that promises to be a great experience.

Gautam Hari Singhania raced with the renowned Swiss Team named Kessel Racing that has registered numerous wins and an exhaustive experience under its belt. Former F1 driver and current GT driver Andrea Motermini is his coach for the entire season.

2014 has been a great year for Gautam Singhania as he participated in various prestigious racing tournaments across the world, most recently being the Ferrari Finali Mondiali in Abu Dhabi where he secured a podium finish in the Coppa Shell EU Race 2 category and NGK Racing Series at the Yas Marina Circuit wherein he bagged a double win.


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