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...
When you’ve driven at Le Mans and Goodwood in the same month, you know you’ve had a potentially fun period. The Le Mans circuit played host to Round 7 of the Porsche Carrera Cup championship, as a support act to the main 24-hour race. I’d never even been to Le Mans before, and had heard great things. So, to have gone there for my first time and raced on the iconic circuit, was a cool experience
Dino Zamparelli produced an outstanding performance to claim 2nd overall at the Carrera Cup support race at the Le Mans circuit in France. Arguably the biggest race of the year, with over 61 cars gridded up at Le Mans to support the main race on Saturday, this was definitely a race the 24 year old Bristol driver was aiming to impress at.
Dino Zamparelli produced his best weekend of the year to take two 2nd place finishes during rounds 5 & 6 of the Porsche Carrera Cup Championship, to bounce back from the disappointment at Donington Park in April.