Wolf Racing Cars introduces the Hill Climb division

Wolf Racing Cars introduces the Hill Climb division2019-06-25T11:58:04+02:00
09/01/2014

Wolf Racing Cars introduces the Hill Climb division

09/01/2014 – Four years after the comeback to racing of Wolf Racing Cars – happened in 2010 with the victorious debut of the Wolf GB08 at the Misano World Circuit – the historic firm widened its activity in the world of racing setting up a specially devised department, the “Wolf Racing Cars Hill Climb division”, that will enrich an ever expanding technical and logistic structure.

The impressive prize list of Wolf GB08 comprises 41 wins, 36 Pole positions, 34 fastest laps, 2 European titles and 1 Italian title, which is a very good starting point for the new division that will initially develop four different models for hill climb races.

The partnership with Racing Experience, the team led by Christian Hauser located in Wormeldange (Luxembourg) will be crucial in providing technical support to customers that will take advantage of the strong experience of Hauser, who in 25 years as a driver collected a long streak of wins and titles both at a national and international level in several categories.

Giovanni Bellarosa (Wolf Racing Cars, General Manager):
“We received a lot of requests to get officially involved with a top team in hill climb races and after finding the ideal partners in Christian Hauser and Racing Experience we decided to start the whole operation.
Currently, four models of cars specially devised for hill climb races are in an advanced stage of development and we aim to repeat with them the ever growing success obtained in Sport cars since the debut”.

Christian Hauser (Racing Experience):
“Working with a top class constructor like Wolf Racing Cars is a great result for Racing Experience and we cannot wait to contribute to the success of customers with the experience we built especially in Hill Climb races. Wolf Racing Cars Hill Climb division’s products will stand out not only in terms of performance but also in terms of the very high level of safety as they will meet the very stringent requirements needed for homologations up to Formula 1 levels. Our programme will feature initially some rounds of the FIA Hill Climb European Championship and then we will also compete in other international races”.