Dino Zamparelli became the first double winner of the 2018 Porsche Carrera Cup GB season, taking victory at the theatre of speed, Autodromo di Monza in Italy. The Bristolian then went on to maintain his 100% podium run at Monza by taking second place in race 2, having almost won from 6th place on the grid.
Nationwide Accident Repairs Services continued their incredible run as the most successful sponsor in Porsche Carrera Cup GB history with their 56th win, as Dino Zamparelli started his season off with victory from pole position at Brands Hatch and followed up with a podium in race two.
Nationwide Accident Repair Services is delighted to return to the Porsche Carrera Cup GB with Redline Racing. It will partner title challenger Dino Zamparelli for 2018, having supported both Tim Harvey and Daniel Cammish during their title-winning campaigns in 2008 and 2010, and 2015 and 2016 respectively.
January is usually an exciting month for a racing driver. New deals on the table, new sponsors to talk to, new ideas and plans and so on. 2017 is officially done and dusted, and we can look forward to another year of driving around in circles in 2018!
Dino Zamparelli endured a frustrating end to his race season, cutting the 4 point gap to no points after 15 races, but with Eastwood claiming one more win over the season, the Champion was decided on who had more wins on countback.
Dino Zamparelli drove two faultless races to claim both victories during the penultimate round of the Porsche Carrera Cup 2017. Starting the weekend 14 points behind championship leader Charlie Eastwood, Zamparelli moved to within just 4 points with one round remaining at Brands Hatch on the 1st of October.
Dino Zamparelli produced another solid display at the Knockhill circuit on the weekend to finish 2nd place in both encounters, to not only move up to 2nd in the championship standings, but also confirm his title aspirations with two rounds to go...