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 Target Racing enters 24H Dubai with a top line-up

Target Racing enters 24H Dubai with a top line-up

Following a superlative year in the International GT Open - including the class podium achieved at the last 24 Hours of Spa - the 2019 season of Target Racing kicks off next weekend with the 24H Dubai. The Italian team faces the Emirates' race entering a Lamborghini Huracán GT3 car in the OPPO livery for a top lineup.

One of the drivers is the "Gold" Dennis Lind, at his very first appearance as a Sant'Agata Bolognese Factory Driver. The 25-year-old Dane makes his return to the team led by Roberto Venieri, with which he already claimed the 2016 Pro title of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe under the Raton Racing flag, as well as won the World Final in Valencia. The 2018 reigning Blancpain GT Series Asia Champion is set to make his debut in the Creventic's series.

To join him will be the 18-year-old talended "Silver" driver Giacomo Altoè, last year crowned as the youngest Champion in the Italian GT history piloting a Lamborghini and winner of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe Pro title and of the World Final race. The Italian driver knows well the track, having entered last year two of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Middle East rounds, although he makes his 24H Dubai debut.

Another "Silver" driver to share the wheel of the Target Racing car is Russian Timur Boguslavskiy - same age of Altoè - who entered the 2018 Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe with the same Target Racing team claiming a couple of podium finishes. Last but not least there are two "Bronze" drivers. Stefano Costantini returns to Target Racing after he took part last year in the International GT Open, claiming the second class position in the 24 Hours of Spa. Newcomer Alex Autumn joins him.

Although competing in the Am category, Target Racing aims to the first overall places, having the honour to include in its lineup a Lamborghini Squadra Corse driver like Lind.

The 24H Dubai gets underway from January 10th to 12nd. The race starts on Friday at 3pm with almost 80 cars to finish the day after. Free practice and qualifying are scheduled for Thursday.


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