Orange 1 FFF Racing Team
Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo
FFF Racing Team by ACM was born in 2014 as an explosive mix between Mr Fu Songyang’s FFF Automobile China and Andrea Caldarelli’s ACM. A striking partnership, victorious since their maiden appearance in Asia.
One of the greatest success was the 2016 campaign, when Lamborghini included FFF Racing in the Squadra Corse official program, thanks also to a prestige partnership with Swiss watchmaker Roger Dubuis, both in Europe, in the GT Open and the GT3 Le Mans Cup, and in Asia, as the reference team in the series.
Hence, the team received full-fledged support from Lamborghini Squadra Corse in the GT World Challenge at Macau. More commitments followed, as FFF Racing became in 2017 a front-runner in the Super Trofeo Middle East, raced in the Blancpain GT Asia, and conquered third place in both Pro-Am class and Overall in the Super Trofeo Asia.
Meanwhile, in Europe, the magic duo Hiroshi Hamaguchi and Vitantonio Liuzzi, who had scored the team's maiden victory in Asia in its debut season, contested the GT Open. FFF Racing by ACM got known for its familiar atmosphere, with typical Italian hospitality mixed with Chinese accuracy and efficiency.
2018 was more exciting than ever, as in the early days, the Middle East title in the Super Trofeo resulted in a fzmily, close battle between FFF Racing cars, and more success came later in the Blancpain GT Asia, in both Overall and Pro-Am class.
Now, a new chapter is about to start and many other important pages are ready to be written. The game gets harder, but the best is yet to come.
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|Barcelona, Spain||Race:Main Race||35th|
|Nürburgring, Germany||Race:Main Race||20|
|TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa, Belgium||Race:Main Race||NC|
|Circuit Paul Ricard, France||Race:Main Race||22nd|
|Monza, Italy||Race:Main Race||16th|
|Barcelona, Spain||Race:Main Race||4th|
|Nürburgring, Germany||Race:Main Race||1st|
|TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa, Belgium||Race:Main Race||8th|
|Circuit Paul Ricard, France||Race:Main Race||3rd|
|Monza, Italy||Race:Main Race||24th|