It’s being an intense winter break for Team Mulsanne and Romeo Ferraris. The Italian squad, which returned to racing in 2018 after a sabbatical year, and led the Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCR by Romeo Ferraris to success in the FIA WTCR and a memorable win in the Suzuka round with Kevin Ceccon at the wheel, has decided to pursue its participation in the world’s top series for touring car racing. Romeo Ferraris is working hard to further develop a car that proved very competitive in the second half of the season, in order to provide Team Mulsanne with a machine that will be in position to fight against a competition expected to be even fiercer this year. Team Mulsanne will again enter two Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCR by Romeo Ferraris, with the names of the drivers to be disclosed at a later stage.
Michela Cerruti, Romeo Ferraris Operations Manager
“Season 2018 has been busy and intense, but also rich in satisfactions. We should have taken a moment to rest, but we have opted for continuing the work and present ourselves perfectly ready for the FIA WTCR 2019 challenge. Last winter, the priority was to prepare the customer cars that went to race and to win in America and China. This winter, on top of responding to the orders arrived from Japan and Australia, we have continued focusing on the FIA WTCR. We will shortly announce the drivers that Team Mulsanne will enter in the FIA WTCR and are anxious to see who our rivals will be this year. Interest for our Alfa Romeo Giulietta is raising also within the TCR Europe, and we hope to define soon our program also for the continental series”.