FFF Esports has announced the Assetto Corsa Competizione racers who have earned a real-world test outing for their efforts during this year's SRO E-Sport GT Series.
The Chinese squad was a major presence throughout the five-round virtual championship, with its distinctively liveried Lamborghini Huracan GT3 competing in the Pro, Silver and Am Series.
The FFF Award winners are drawn from the latter two classes, with the top-three Silver and top-two Am drivers set to test a Huracan EVO ST with FFF Racing during the coming winter. Kamil Franczak, Giovanni De Salvo and Kamil Pawłowski emerged from the Silver category, while Jonathan Boivin and Ahmed Abdalla are the successful Am drivers.
The squad's biggest success during the SRO E-Sport GT Series came in the Silver class, where Franczak scored pole for the season-closing Kyalami event and ultimately finished second after a challenging rain-soaked race. Coupled with several other strong finishes, the Polish ace scored 40 points – enough to earn a spot in the upcoming Grand Finale.
A variety of leading competitors represented the Lamborghini outfit in the Pro Series, including FFF Racing team principal Andrea Caldarelli and his fellow factory driver Dennis Lind. AC Milan football ace Alessio Romagnoli and former F1 racer Vitantonio Liuzzi also turned out in the FFF colours.
FFF Racing is now preparing to return to real-world competition with the GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS opener at Imola on 25/26 July. The squad will retain its crew of Caldarelli, Lind and Marco Mapelli as it defends the Endurance Cup title.