Mik’s seasonal debut next weekend will be at a hihgh level. On his home track, Monza, at the wheel of the Iron Lynx’s Lamborghini GT Michele will be among the 55 crews protagonists of the 3 Hours Endurance which opens the season of the GT World Challenge Europe Endurance.
The first round of the GT World Challenge, one of the most important GT car championships in the world, is scheduled for the 22nd and 23rd of April at the Monza National Circuit, the track where many friends and supporters will come to cheer Michele, directly from the edge of the track.
The seasonal debut that will see Michele wear the Iron Lynx’s colors for the first time in the race, at the wheel of the Lamborghini with the aggressive yellow livery with black and red friezes.

Alongside Michele, as already announced, on the Lamborghini Huracan GT3 EVO2 #19 there will be Rolf Ineichen (CHE) and Leonardo Pulcini (ITA), enrolled in the Gold category.

“I am very pleased to start the season with the home-race. At Monza I will have many friends who will come and follow me directly into the paddock.
From a competitive point of view, we just have to wait for the first responses from the track, as there are news concerning the definition of the categories, Pro, Gold, Bronze, etc… these have been slightly redefined compared to the past seasons”.
You will have a Lamborghini that has been handled for over the winter with interesting updates.
“The Lambo has been the subject of technical interventions which have involved engine management and braking, improving the overall handling. As always happens, compared to the good things done by the technicians, we will have to check how the Balance of Performance will penalize us. The new factors, both technical and sporting, are such that they don’t allow me to say too much. To all this we could add the variable of the weather, the weather forecast stable for the weekend aren’t settled”.
The rounds of the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS Endurance are great sports and entertainment events, that can draw attention of a large number of spectators to the racetracks and catalyse a large audience during the live treaming on social networks and TV .
There are many ways available to follow the awaited round of Monza. Starting from Saturday’s free practice, the GT World YouTube channel will broadcast live every session that will take place on the track. More live information will be available on the other GT World Challenge social channels (Facebook and Instagram) and on the SRO Twitch channel.
Each streaming will be available for free and will be supported by comment in Italian, English, French and German.