Pole position number 100 for Wolf Racing Cars in the 6 Hours of Rome
11/11/2017 – Another important page in the successful history of Wolf Racing Cars has been written today. Ivan Bellarosa secured the 100th pole position of the company on a Wolf GB08 T in qualifying for the 6 Hours of Rome, race underway at the “Piero Taruffi” circuit in Vallelunga. The Italian driver posted the quickest time in 1’28.762s. This very good result highlighted once more the very high competitiveness shown by Wolf Cars in the past few years.
Bellarosa had the upper hand on the Ligier JSP3 driven by Perazzini-Cioci-Jensen run by AF Corse (1’28.870), which was followed by the other Ligier JSP3 driven by Dracone-Baratto-Lancieri (1’30.822).
The traditional 6H long race, will start tomorrow at local 09.45
Giovanni Bellarosa (Wolf Racing Cars, General Manager):
“100 pole positions is a very important result and we are really proud of it. We have always designed our cars with the ambition to be innovative and very competitive; the results scored over the years rewarded our commitment and daily push us towards new achievements”.