On the eve of the first round of the International GT Open Michele is looking forward to tackling this new engagement at the wheel of the Lamborghini. With Frederik Schandorff and the Vincenzo Sospiri Racing alongside him, he has what it takes to aim for the top of the championship.
The International GT Open will take place on the French Paul Ricard track, championship where Michele will go back to the wheel of the Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo flanked by the Danish driver Frederik Schandorff.
The first round of the 2021 GT Open was preceded by the Winter Testing session (19 and 20 April) carried out at the Montmelò circuit in Barcelona where Mike immediately did a fantastic job, showing that he did not lose the feeling with the Lambo staying always in the top five on both days.

The French event is the first out of seven rounds that will take place on the most important European circuits, which format includes two races per weekend, one hour each, both preceded by a qualifying session. The season debut in the GT International Open comes just few days later Michele took the podium at the ADAC Qualifying 24H Race at Nurburgring.

The 2020 European Le Mans Series champion is preparing to face this new challenge with the utmost concentration and awareness of the high level of his rivals.
“To understand where we are, we have to wait for the first free practices and qualifying and only then we will know the quality. Certainly the competition is at a high level and we aim to reach the top, but we have everything to do well, team, car and crew.”

The GT Open enjoys a significant following, runs on some of the most beautiful European tracks, sees eight different manufactures on the track and has media coverage that guarantees live streaming in 72 countries and 113 on a delayed basis. The races will be broadcast livestream on the official YouTube.